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Healing and transformation in sandplay; creative processes made visible

By: Ammann, Ruth
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Reality of the Psyche Series)LaSalle, IL Open Court c1991Edition: 1st printingDescription: xix, 140p.; illus.; bibliog. notes; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-8126-9137-7Subject(s): Sandplay--Case Studies | Sandplay | Psychoanalysts | Analysands | Psychotherapist and patient | Archetype (Psychology) | Child psychology | Earth (Planet) | Vitality | Mother Archetype | Art Therapy | Women--Psychology | Psychotherapy--Case studies | Art therapy for children | Space and TimeAbstract: 'Healing and Transformation in Sandplay contains an eloquent plea to therapists to make greater use of sandplay, alongside classical dream analysis.'
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Sandplay - Case Studies : p51-119.. Analyst and Analysand : see index under analyst.. Archetype (Psychology) : see index.. Child Study : Maria: the healing process in a child, p83-98, p83-98; see also index.. Earth : see index.. Vitality : see index under energy.. Mother Archetype : see index under mother.. Women - Psychology : Elizabeth: a process of feminine transformation, p99-119.. Analytical Psychology - Case Studies : Discusses 3 cases: a depressed woman, a child, a process of feminine transformation, p51-119.. Space and Time : 'The symbolic interpretation of spatial phenomena', p47-49.

Trans. of Heilende Bilder der Seele by Wolf-Dieter Peter Rainer. Foreword by Donald Sandner. Book jacket title reads Healing and Transformation in Sandplay: Creative Processes Become Visible.

'Healing and Transformation in Sandplay contains an eloquent plea to therapists to make greater use of sandplay, alongside classical dream analysis.'

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