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Hags and heroes; a feminist approach to Jungian psychotherapy with couples

By: Young-Eisendrath, Polly
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts: 18)Toronto Inner City Books c1984Description: 184p; bibliog. refs.; bibliog.; appendixes; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-919123-17-1Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Marriage | Psychotherapy | Relationship, Psychological | Feminine Principle | Gawain (Legendary character) | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Sullivan, Harry Stack, 1892-1949 | Complex, Autonomous | Middle Age | Mother Archetype | Power | Masculine Principle | Trust (Psychology) | Witch ArchetypeLOC classification: RC488.5.Y68 1984
Contents:
1. The use of stories in psychotherapy. 2. Feminism and the psychology of C.G. Jung. 3. C.G. Jung and Harry Stack Sullivan. 4. Enacting the complex: hag, hero and bully. 5. Embracing the hag in middle life. 6. Methodology in couple therapy. 7. Identification with a complex versus enactment. 8. Conclusion: vitality through connection. App. A: Cawain and the Lady Ragnell. App. B: Psychosexual assessment. App. C: Developmental assessment in context. Bibliogs: Select reading for Jung and Sullivan; Recommended biographies of Jung and Sullivan; Select reading for psychodrama techniques; General references
Abstract: ...a highly original approach to couple therapy and marriage counseling, integrating feminist views with the depth psychology of C.G. Jung and developmental theories of Harry Stack Sullivan....The focus...is on understanding how individual complexes interfere with harmonious relationships.
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Index by Daryl Sharp.

Marriage : Marriage in middle age.. Gauvain : See index under Gawain.. Anima : See index.. Animus : p31-40passim.. Sullivan, Harry Stack : p47-64.. Complex, Autonomous : ``Enacting the complex; hag, hero, bully.'' ``Identification with the complex versus enactment.'', See index.. Mother Archetype : See index.. Power : See index under ``authority, female.''. Masculine Principle : See index.. Trust (Psychology) : See index.. Witch Archetype : See index under ``hag'' and ``terrible mother.''

1. The use of stories in psychotherapy. 2. Feminism and the psychology of C.G. Jung. 3. C.G. Jung and Harry Stack Sullivan. 4. Enacting the complex: hag, hero and bully. 5. Embracing the hag in middle life. 6. Methodology in couple therapy. 7. Identification with a complex versus enactment. 8. Conclusion: vitality through connection. App. A: Cawain and the Lady Ragnell. App. B: Psychosexual assessment. App. C: Developmental assessment in context. Bibliogs: Select reading for Jung and Sullivan; Recommended biographies of Jung and Sullivan; Select reading for psychodrama techniques; General references

...a highly original approach to couple therapy and marriage counseling, integrating feminist views with the depth psychology of C.G. Jung and developmental theories of Harry Stack Sullivan....The focus...is on understanding how individual complexes interfere with harmonious relationships.

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