We may consider that Carl Jung talked of ‘individuation’ as the highest attainment of an individual, at least in psychological terms. He distinguished this concept from ‘Individualism’ and ‘Individuality’.
The following articles discuss some of the distinctions between these ideas and concepts, and some related parts of the process.
Individualism and Individuality
The Development of Personality and its Challenges
Understanding The Puer / Puella Syndrome
The Pros and Cons of Group Work
Carl Jung On Becoming Conscious
The Art of Working on Yourself
Active Imagination – Bringing Fantasies into Life
The Call of a Personal Vocation – Hearing the Inner Voice
A Jungian Understanding of Neurosis and its Implications
Self-regulation of the Psyche