Tarot books that take a psychological approach to Tarot through Jungian or other methods.
Discovering Your Self Through the Tarot is a Jungian guide to archetypes and personality, and uses Qabalah, Tarot and Jungian psychology to aid in the process of personal and spiritual growth.
A helpful text for learning the Gestalt method of Tarot reading, which emphasises eliciting insights from the querent themselves rather than memorising meanings.
Light-Of-Day is a small 45-page book, designed to be a tool for working with the symbols in both Tarot and dream intepretations.
Messages From the Archetypes: Using Tarot for Healing and Spiritual Growth blends nursing and the intuitive arts, presenting Tarot as a tool for therapeutic means using the principles of transpersonal psychology.
A reference book with tips, spreads and card interpretations designed for exploring the relationship between your dreams and Tarot symbolism.
Tarot and Psychology: Spectrums of Possibility is written by a licensed Jungian-focused clinical psychologist, and integrates the images from the archetypal world of Tarot into the scientific field of psychology.
Tarot for the Healing Heart: Using Inner Wisdom to Heal Body and Mind presents Tarot as a tool for healing through card meditations, visualisations and psychological techniques.
Tarot Insights takes a psychological, therapeutic and problem-solving approach to using the Rider-Waite Tarot cards. While intended for beginners, it has much to offer even more experienced readers.
Tarot Shadow Work presents Tarot as a tool for dealing with the shadow, or unconscious, sides of the psyche.
The Game of Life is centered around Leary's idea that the tarot trumps represent the stages of growth that humanity is going to experience not just individually, but as a species. It's an unconventional and quirky, but thought-provoking, book on tarot.
The Recovery Spiral: A Pagan Path to Healing is not written for Tarot readers, but is of interest to those who take the psychological approach to interpretation.