Neville, Bernard

Bernard Neville

Bernard Neville, Ph.D., is Adjunct Professor of Education at La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia. He uses Jungian theory in both education and organizational consulting and has wide experience in both areas. His 2003 essay, "Taking Care of Business in the Age of Hermes," anticipated the 2008 economic collapse, Trickster’s Way Journal, 2:1.

He is the author of two books, Educating Psyche: Emotion, Imagination and the Unconscious in Learning, 1989, and Olympus Inc.: Intervening for Cultural Change in Organizations, 2008, co-authored with Tim Dalmau. The latter book gives a fuller discussion of the gods introduced here and their relation to Jungian archetypes in organizational settings.

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Bernard Neville

Personality Type in Depth was created in 2010 by Carol Shumate and Mark Hunziker to publish scholarship that bridges the gap between psychological type and depth psychology. In 2017, Hunziker introduced the term depth typology for this field of study, which explores the interaction of the conscious and unconscious aspects of psychological type, as conceived of by C. G. Jung. Articles undergo rigorous review and are edited by professional editors and writers. In keeping with its educational mission, subscription is free, and all issues are accessible to the public online.

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