Anthony Stevens, a psychiatrist and a Jungian analyst unites his two passions in a unique way by proposing that evolutionary "programs" in the brain are simply analogues of Jungian archetypes. Using numerous examples of psychological disorders and conditions, Stevens and Price describe how evolution can give us clues as to their biological (or neurological) basis as well as their role in normal development. After seeing Stevens lecture recently, I was taken aback by how he seemed to effortlessly unite the mental healt professions using Jung's archetypes, not in a classically Jungian way, but rather by using them as templates upon which other strategies can be built. Stevens is a clear and concise writer (as well as a charismatic speaker!).