Methods in analytical psychology; an introduction
- Wilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1991
- xi, 226p.; illus.; bibliog.; index
Analytical Psychology and Dreams : p109-122.. Types, Psychological : p193-208.. Freud, Sigmund. 1856-1939 : see index.. Analytical Psychology - Case Studies : see index under case examples.. Dieckmann, Hans : see index. Orig. pub. as Methoden der Analytische Psychologie: eine Einfuhrung, Olten, Walter Verlag, c1979. Trans. by Boris Matthews.
1 The problem of method and technique in analytical psychology. 2 The initial interview. 3 Frequency of sessions. 4 Couch versus chair. 5 Fee and methods of payment. 6 The analytic ritual. 7 Methods of working with various age groups. 8 On the methodology of dream interpretation. 9 The method of association and amplification. 10 Analytic distance. 11 Transference and countertransference. 12 Problems of interpretation in the analytic process. 13 Active imagination. 14 Psychological tykpes in the methodology of analysis
Active imagination Archetype (Psychology) Ego (Psychology) Individuation (Psychology) Dream interpretation Jungian psychology Jungian psychology Jungian psychology Subconsciousness Typology (Psychology) Psychotherapy--Technique Psychotherapy--Methodology Symbolism of Dog Transference and Countertransference Midlife--Psychological aspects Freud, Sigmund. 1856-1939 Jungian Analysts Fordham, Michael, 1905- Dieckmann, Hans
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