A Book Review on Robert A. Johnson’s book, Inner Work


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Included is a link to my review of a wonderful book on a tool I use with a lot with my clients, Active Imagination.  Active Imagination is a technique developed by Carl Jung (a disciple of Freud) for accessing and interacting with underlying feelings and perceptions, both comfortable and uncomfortable.


It’s a wonderful process that is truly integrating to one’s experience of life, and should be practiced by anyone who has troubling feelings that they are running from.


And, it’s trippy.


Public Copy of Exploring the Unconscious by Going Within-A Book Review of Inner Work by Robert A. Johnson




About Nate Prentice, MSW, LCSW, CAS-PC

Nate Prentice, MSW, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Pastoral Counselor who maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Drexel Hill, PA.
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