pronunciation | \ka-‘lop-sE-a\neologisms | New words can come into being by using old rules of language to create new language. Kalopsia is one of these words. It’s a neologism, so it may not be in any dictionaries, but it has been used before.
This word is used to describe Carl Jung's theory of psyche spontaneously breaking down as a form of self-healing in order to rebuild in a more adaptive form. Explains the phenomenon of nervous breakdowns (or existential crises) as an adaptive strategy.