Thomas Singer M.D. Discusses Psyche and…

September 2010:

An important member of the Jungian community discusses “Psyche in the City: A Souls guide to the Modern Metropolis” in The Huffington Post.

A recent posting in the Huffington Post
featured the rapid growth of global urbanization with images from
eleven of the world’s largest “megacities.” Coupled with Arianna
Huffington’s focus on Third World America and devolving
conditions in many parts of the country, the deep fear is emerging that
the pressures of exponential growth in urban areas, stagnating economic
development and dwindling natural resources will result in inadequate
housing, vanishing water and energy supplies, and limited access to
health care.  More…


Thomas Singer, M.D. is a psychiatrist and Jungian psychoanalyst with particular interests in contemporary political and social movements. He has written and/or edited several books including the newly published Psyche and the City: A Soul’s Guide to the Modern Metropolis (editor) which has been published by Spring Book Publications, The Cultural Complex (co-edited with Sam Kimbles), The Vision Thing,Who’s the Patient Here? (with Stu Copans, M.D.), A Fan’s Guide to Baseball Fever: The Official Medical Reference (with Stu Copans, M.D.), Placing Psyche: Exploring Cultural Complexes in Australia, and Listening to Latin America: Exploring Cultural Complexes in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 

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