Cat.No: 295252 Contributions of Jungian Psychotherapy Toward Understanding the Creative Process; [number 4 of a series of articles]. Robert S. McCully, Ph D.

Contributions of Jungian Psychotherapy Toward Understanding the Creative Process; [number 4 of a series of articles]

Ardsley NY: Geigy Pharmaceuticals, 1975 and 1976. Pamphlet. 24p., illustrated with collaged period imagery by Anita Siegal, and softbound in 10.5x6.5 inch matte grey wraps decorated with portrait of CG; a dust jacket encloses, this printed in glossy white cardstock with same portrait but with color framing. Dj printing is dated 1976 while booklet presswork is dated 1975, perhaps the sober grey booklet was deemed drab. Upper corners are bumped (affecting all of the text-leaves), lower corner-tips turned, otherwise sound, and quite clean and unmarked. Creative Psychiatry no. 4.

A caveat emptor applies here, the series was run up to sell drugs: "Creative Psychiatry, developed by The Life Sciences Advisory Group and edited by Frederic F. Flach, M.D. for Geigy Pharmaceuticals, is made available as a professional service to physicians" -text from both booklet itself and from its pamphlet cover. Back cover of dj advertises a depression cure called 'Tofranil-P.M.', and verso of dj catalogues Tofranil's usage and dosages in great detail, printed smallpoint.

Cat.No: 295252

Price: $15.00