Freud’s theory of the human psyche and the psychoanalytic method are rooted in his concepts of repression in our unconscious mind, and expression in our conscious mind.

His model of the interaction between the conscious and the unconscious was based on the notion that much of our conscious behavior is driven by repressed memories and ideas emanating from the deep well of our unconscious.

In this video, presenter Frederick Tamagi explores what ultimately created a wedge between prolific collaborators, Jung and Freud.