James Hillman studied with the great Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung in the 1950s and later became the first director of studies at the Jung Institute in Zurich. After returning to the United States in 1980, he taught at Yale, Syracuse and the universities of Chicago and Dallas.
They come from the environment, the cities, the economy, the racism. They come from architecture, school systems, capitalism, exploitation. They come from many places that psychotherapy does not address. Psychotherapy theory turns it all on you: you are the one who is wrong. What if the problem is not inside the person, but inside the society? This lecture and discussion examines the uses of psychotherapy and what the future may hold for psychology.
Total run time: 1 hour 11 minutes
this is a welcome effort to preserve the legacy of a great author that survives mostly in out-of-print tapes. I learn from these old records (this is mid-1990s) and I hope many more can be republished soon
One of the best talks I've heard.