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ANTHONY STEVENS
JUNGIAN ANALYST, EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHIATRIST, AUTHOR
Dr. Anthony Stevens is an internationally respected analyst, psychiatrist and author.

A graduate of Oxford University, he has a Doctorate in Medicine and two degrees in psychology. He is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and a senior member of the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists.

Anthony Stevens is the author of numerous books and papers on psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychiatry and the contribution of analytical psychology to healing and the enhancement of life.

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Anthony Stevens' publications include:
THE TALKING CURE in 3 volumes: Psychotherapy, Past, Present and Future (Inner City Books, 2013)
"Examines how the major schools of psychodynamic theory grew out of the psychology of their charismatic founders and have subsequently turned into rival “sects”. How may the differences between them be transcended?"
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The Roots of War and Terror (Continuum, 2004)

"Provides profound insights into the nature and origins of armed conflict, locating the problem primarily in the psychology and anatomy of the human male."
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Archetype Revisited: An Updated Natural History of the Self (Routledge, 2002; Inner City Books, 2003)
This classic text is a ground-breaking revelation of the links between Jungís archetypes of the collective unconscious and evolutionary disciplines such as animal ecology and evolutionary psychology. A far-ranging introduction to archetypes in theory and practice.
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Prophets, Cults, and Madness written in collaboration with John Price (Duckworth, 2000)
Cult leaders inspire intense loyalty among their followers, yet they strike outsiders as half mad. Why are there so many of them? And why do they and their crazy ideas proliferate?
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Evolutionary Psychiatry: A New Beginning written in collaboration with John Price (Routledge, 2000)
"When the first edition of this book appeared (1996), I rated it among the top 25 books of the decade." Hagop S. Akiskal, M.D., Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Affective Disorders.
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Ariadneís Clue: A Guide to the Symbols of Humankind (Allen Lane, Penguin, 1998; The Princeton University Press, 1999)
"Stevens has a unique capacity for relating myths and symbols to the way our minds function today." -Anthony Storr. "Stevens presents vast learning easily and precisely in prose that is at once calm and exciting." -E. James Lieberman.
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An Intelligent Personís Guide to Psychotherapy (Duckworth, 1998)
"Do you know the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist, a Freudian analyst and a Jungian one - and how they might fit into our lives? Nor did I. Analyst and writer Anthony Stevens explains all this in his excellent book." - Hilary Boyd, The Express
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Private Myths: Dreams and Dreaming (Hamish Hamilton, 1996; Harvard University Press, 1997)
"Bravely direct, cogent and fascinating, half handbook, half history, of significance to anyone interested in the life of the mind." -Andrew Motion, The Observer
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JUNG: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, 1994; Republished as an illustrated edition, 2001; issued as an audio book by Naxos, 2003, read by Tim Pigott-Smith)
"A new volume in the acclaimed Past Masters series, this is the most lucid and up-to-date introduction to the thought of Carl Gustav Jung." Editorial Reviews
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The Two Million-Year-Old Self (Texas A & M University Press, 1993)
"Those who wish to get the latest synopsis of the way our evolution has shaped our mentality can do no better than read Anthony Stevensís book." M.R.A. Chance, Editor of Social Fabrics of the Mind.
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On Jung (Penguin, 1991; Princeton University Press, 1991)
"The reader is treated to both a concise statement of Carl Gustav Jungís theories of life-stage development and a parallel narrative of Jungís experiences as he moved through each of these stages." LogosWord Webstore Reviews
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Withymead (Coventure/Element Books, 1986)
An intimate and dramatic account of a residential therapeutic community which pioneered the use of art therapy and Jungian analysis in a family setting.
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