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Transforming depression: egocide, symbolic death, and new life; a Jungian approach using the creative arts

By: Rosen, David H. 1945-
Material type: TextTextSeries: (A Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam book)New York Putnam c1993Description: xxxii, 263pContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-87477-675-9Subject(s): Depression, Mental | Suicide | Active Imagination | Change (Psychology) | Psychotherapy--Case studies | Psychotherapy--Methods | Psychotherapy--Technique | Jungian psychology | Psychotherapy--Methodology | Art Therapy | Neumann, Erich. 1905-1960LOC classification: RC537 .R6394 1994Abstract: '...applies Carl Jung's method of active imagination to treating depressed and suicidal individuals....shows that when people learn to confront the rich images and symbols that emerge from their struggles, they can turn their despair into a fountain of creative energy. He details the paths of four patients whose work in painting, pottery, and dance--in conjunction with psychotherapy--led them from sorrow to a more meaningful life....a lifesaving course in healing the sould through creativity.'
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Illus. Includes bibliographical references, p227-54, and index.

Neumann, Erich. 1905-1960 : see index.

'...applies Carl Jung's method of active imagination to treating depressed and suicidal individuals....shows that when people learn to confront the rich images and symbols that emerge from their struggles, they can turn their despair into a fountain of creative energy. He details the paths of four patients whose work in painting, pottery, and dance--in conjunction with psychotherapy--led them from sorrow to a more meaningful life....a lifesaving course in healing the sould through creativity.'

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