A book about the mind. It calls on what we have learned from thinkers and writers such as Jung, Freud, Rogers, Erickson and Whitehead to tell us how we might go about creating a fully human education.
‘One of my favourite books on education. Ideas on teaching, learning, philosophy, consciousness and what it is to be human. Neville has the rare gift of being able to combine ideas from many perspectives and relate them to our everyday lives.’
~ Dr Peta Heywood, La Trobe University
'Brings together multiple perspectives in understanding the importance of authentic holistic practices in the teaching and learning of children. Neville deepens our awareness of the significance of the soul in education, the natural rhythms of growth, and spirituality in our interconnectedness with children.’
~ Dr Marni Binder
228 x 152 mm 464 pp
Educating Psyche: Imagination, Emotion and the Unconscious in Learning
Dr Ber nie Ne ville is Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Higher Education at Swinburne University of Technology. He has researched and written extensively on the interpersonal aspects of teaching and learning and the application of counselling theory to the teaching-learning process and
has always had a keen interest in applying the thought of Carl Rogers and Carl Jung to the practicalities of teaching and counselling. He is also the
author of The Life of Things: Therapy and the Soul of the World (2013) and Olympus Inc: Intervening for Cultural Change in Organizations (2004, 2011).