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Jungian psychoanalysis : working in the spirit of C.G. Jung

By: Stein, Murray, ed 1943-
Material type: TextTextChicago/La Salle Open Court c2010Description: xix,410p.; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9780812696684Subject(s): Psychotherapy--Methodology | Jungian psychology | Psychotherapy--Study and teaching | Jungian analysis
Contents:
Foreword - Thomas B. Kirsch. Part 1 - Goals. 1 Facing the shadow - Stanton Marlan. 2 Getting on top of thought and behavior patterns - Patricia Vesey-McGrew. 3 Cultural complexes in analysis - Thomas Singer with Catherine Kaplinsky. 4 Initiating a psychological education - Josephine Evetts-Secker. 5 Instigating transformation - Diane Cousineau Brutsche. 6 Emergence and the self - Joseph Cambray. Part 2 - Methods. 7 The recognition of psychological type - John Beebe. 8 Working in and with transference - Jan Wiener. 9 Dream interpretation and the creation of symbolic meaning - Warren Colman. 10 Amplification: unveiling the emergence of meaning - John Hill. 11 Peregrinations of active imagination - Sherry Salman. 12 On making and making use of images in analysis - Mary Dougherty. 13 Sandplay - Eva Pattis Zoja. 14 The body and movement in analysis - Cedras Monte. Part 3 - The analytic process. 15 Beginnings and endings - Paul W. Ashton. 16 From frame through holding to container - August J. Cwik. 17 Dialogue - Claus Braun and Lilian Otscheret. 18 The analytic relationship - Jean Knox. 19 Countertransference and intersubjectivity - Linda Carter. 20 Analyzing projections, fantasies, and defenses - Angela M. Connolly. 21 Gender and sexuality: imaginal, erotic encounters - Joy Schaverien. 22 The experience of the numinous in the consulting room - Birgit Heuer. 23 Jungian psychoanalysis in the context of Japanese culture - Kazuhiko Higuchi. Part 4 - Special topics. 24 The child's side: genealogy of the self - Brigitte Allain-Dupre. 25 Adolescence--a developmental perspective - Gustav Bovensiepen. 26 Working with trauma in analysis - Donald E. Kalsched. 27 Psychotherapy and congenital physical disability - Kathrin Asper. 28 Psyche and brain - Margaret Wilkinson. 29 The passions: tactics of the soul - Axel Capriles. 30 The ethical attitude in analytical practice - Hester McFarland Solomon. 31 Religion and Jungian psychoanalysis - John Dourley. 32 Research - Verena Kast. 33 The social dreaming matrix - Helen Morgan. Part 5 - Training. 34 - Training programs. 35 Training analysis - Dyane N. Sherwood. 36 Supervision of the apprentice - Catherine Crowther
Abstract: '...Jungian analysts from six continents present a contemporary review of post-Jungian goals, methods, analytic process, and training. Their essays provide compelling accounts of the revelations and insights encountered by those who experience what it means to be human through a twenty-first-century Jungian lens.' --Beverley Zabriskie
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Foreword - Thomas B. Kirsch. Part 1 - Goals. 1 Facing the shadow - Stanton Marlan. 2 Getting on top of thought and behavior patterns - Patricia Vesey-McGrew. 3 Cultural complexes in analysis - Thomas Singer with Catherine Kaplinsky. 4 Initiating a psychological education - Josephine Evetts-Secker. 5 Instigating transformation - Diane Cousineau Brutsche. 6 Emergence and the self - Joseph Cambray. Part 2 - Methods. 7 The recognition of psychological type - John Beebe. 8 Working in and with transference - Jan Wiener. 9 Dream interpretation and the creation of symbolic meaning - Warren Colman. 10 Amplification: unveiling the emergence of meaning - John Hill. 11 Peregrinations of active imagination - Sherry Salman. 12 On making and making use of images in analysis - Mary Dougherty. 13 Sandplay - Eva Pattis Zoja. 14 The body and movement in analysis - Cedras Monte. Part 3 - The analytic process. 15 Beginnings and endings - Paul W. Ashton. 16 From frame through holding to container - August J. Cwik. 17 Dialogue - Claus Braun and Lilian Otscheret. 18 The analytic relationship - Jean Knox. 19 Countertransference and intersubjectivity - Linda Carter. 20 Analyzing projections, fantasies, and defenses - Angela M. Connolly. 21 Gender and sexuality: imaginal, erotic encounters - Joy Schaverien. 22 The experience of the numinous in the consulting room - Birgit Heuer. 23 Jungian psychoanalysis in the context of Japanese culture - Kazuhiko Higuchi. Part 4 - Special topics. 24 The child's side: genealogy of the self - Brigitte Allain-Dupre. 25 Adolescence--a developmental perspective - Gustav Bovensiepen. 26 Working with trauma in analysis - Donald E. Kalsched. 27 Psychotherapy and congenital physical disability - Kathrin Asper. 28 Psyche and brain - Margaret Wilkinson. 29 The passions: tactics of the soul - Axel Capriles. 30 The ethical attitude in analytical practice - Hester McFarland Solomon. 31 Religion and Jungian psychoanalysis - John Dourley. 32 Research - Verena Kast. 33 The social dreaming matrix - Helen Morgan. Part 5 - Training. 34 - Training programs. 35 Training analysis - Dyane N. Sherwood. 36 Supervision of the apprentice - Catherine Crowther

'...Jungian analysts from six continents present a contemporary review of post-Jungian goals, methods, analytic process, and training. Their essays provide compelling accounts of the revelations and insights encountered by those who experience what it means to be human through a twenty-first-century Jungian lens.' --Beverley Zabriskie

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