The Hero’s Journey as a Developmental Metaphor in Counseling

From Wiley Online Library

“The Hero’s Journey as a Developmental Metaphor in Counseling”

“It has been argued that the goal of counseling is development. Through the use of J. Campbell’s (1949) treatment of the hero’s journey as a conceptual metaphor, this article describes development as a journey and illustrates how the counselor’s understanding of the journey can assist the client’s development.”

(This article may be purchased at the Wiley Online Library site or accessed through interlibrary loan.)

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