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1st Edition

Contemporary Jungian Clinical Practice

ISBN 9781855759756
Published November 22, 2002 by Routledge
374 Pages

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Book Description

This book on clinical practice gives information on actual clinical work, bearing witness to a way of working and being trained to work that is ethically healing of the psyches of suffering people and presenting the patients' material, unencumbered by excessive theorizing or technical language.

Table of Contents

Permissions -- Editors’ Note -- Foreword -- Contemporary Jungian Clinical Practice -- Introduction -- Qualifying Papers for Associate Membership -- An oedipal struggle towards individuation -- The deer behind the glass wall: on becoming human -- The search for emotional truth in a perverse scenario dominated by the trickster -- The processes of restoration in a deprived self -- In the Maelstrom and in the Doldrums: Intensive Work in the Analytic Consulting Room -- Unlocking the Uroborus -- The elusive elixir: aspects of the feminine in a male patient -- Excretions and interpretations: some thoughts on the contamination of psychological space and its effect upon psychological capacity -- Psychotherapy as a two-way process -- Life gives and life takes—therapy in the waiting room of birth and death -- The difficulties inherent in having your own mind -- Reflections: Perspectives on Analytic Practice -- Analytic dependency -- Between fear and blindness: the white therapist and the black patient -- Reflections on retirement: questions raised -- Some thoughts on supervision -- The ethics of supervision: developmental and archetypal perspectives -- Reflections on the process of seeking to obtain permission to publish clinical material -- Clinical paradigm as analytic third. Reflections on a century of analysis and an emergent paradigm for the millennium

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