Jung called the process of individuation the central concept of my psychology. He wrote I use the term individuation, to denote the process by which a person becomes a psychological in-dividual, that is, a separate, indivisible unity or whole. The process involves the integration of the conscious and unconscious elements of the personality, leading to individual wholeness and self-realization. In this draft, Frances Wickes (18751967), a Jung student who became an analyst in New York City, termed individuation the goal of Jungian analysis. The true self having been discovered, the chief aim of the individual, Wickes wrote, becomes the creation out of himself of the most significant product of which he is capable.