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Complexes; diagnosis and therapy in analytical psychology

By: Dieckmann, Hans
Material type: TextTextWilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1999Description: xii, 127p.; illus.; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 1-888602-09-0Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Complex, Autonomous | Psychotherapy--Technique | Psychotherapy--MethodologyLOC classification: RC 569.5.C68 D5413 1999
Contents:
1 The complex structure of the psyche. 2 the structure of complexes. 3 The relationships of the ego-complex to the individual complexes. 4 The shell of the complex and the trigger situation. 5 The core of the complex. 6 Diagnosing positive and negative parental complexes. 7 The pathology of the positive mother complex. 8 The formation of and dealing with symbols in the complex core, exemplified in two borderline cases. 9 The Oedipus complex in analytical psychology
Abstract: '...develops a general theory of the complexes that gives both the student and the practicing analyst an overview of this concept for the purposes of diagnosis and therapy....a complete and differentiated treatment of the myriad possibilities of complex theory.'
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Orig. pub. as Komplexe; diagnostik und therapie in der analytischen psychologie, Berlin, Springer-Verlag, c1991. Trans. by Boris Matthews, c1996.

1 The complex structure of the psyche. 2 the structure of complexes. 3 The relationships of the ego-complex to the individual complexes. 4 The shell of the complex and the trigger situation. 5 The core of the complex. 6 Diagnosing positive and negative parental complexes. 7 The pathology of the positive mother complex. 8 The formation of and dealing with symbols in the complex core, exemplified in two borderline cases. 9 The Oedipus complex in analytical psychology

'...develops a general theory of the complexes that gives both the student and the practicing analyst an overview of this concept for the purposes of diagnosis and therapy....a complete and differentiated treatment of the myriad possibilities of complex theory.'

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