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Hypnosis; a Jungian perspective

By: Hall, James Albert (1934- )
Material type: TextTextSeries: (The Guilford clinical and experimental hypnosis series)New York The Guilford Press c1989Description: xii, 179p.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-89862-382-0Subject(s): Hypnotism | Psychotherapy--Technique | Jungian psychology | Psychotherapy--Methodology
Contents:
1 Introduction. 2 Jung and hypnosis. 3 Complex psychology and dissociation. 4 The place of theory in hypnosis. 5 Jungian theory, hypnosis, and the psychostructural emphasis. 6 The transcendent function. 7 Dreams. 8 Active imagination. 9 Transference/countertransference in hypnotherapy. 10 Suggestions on suggestion. 11 Clinical integration: applications of hypnotherapy within a Jungian model
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1 Introduction. 2 Jung and hypnosis. 3 Complex psychology and dissociation. 4 The place of theory in hypnosis. 5 Jungian theory, hypnosis, and the psychostructural emphasis. 6 The transcendent function. 7 Dreams. 8 Active imagination. 9 Transference/countertransference in hypnotherapy. 10 Suggestions on suggestion. 11 Clinical integration: applications of hypnotherapy within a Jungian model

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