|aJungian psychoanalysis :|bworking in the spirit of C.G. Jung /|cedited by Murray Stein.
|aChicago :|bOpen Court,|cc2010.
|axix, 410 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|rStanton Marlan --|rPatricia Vesey-McGrew --|rThomas Singer, with Catherine Kaplinsky --|rJosephine Evetts-Secker --|rDiane Cousineau Brutsche --|rJoseph Cambray --|rJohn Beebe --|rJan Wiener --|rWarren Colman --|rJohn Hill --|rSherry Salman --|rMary Dougherty --|rEva Pattis --|rCedrus Monte --|rPaul Ashton --|rAugust Cwik --|rClaus Braun & Lilian Otscheret --|rJean Knox --|rLinda Carter --|rAngela M. Connolly --|rJoy Schaverien --|rBirgit Heuer --|rKazuhiko Higuchi --|rBrigitte Allain-Dupre --|rGustav Bovensiepen --|rDonald E. Kalsched --|rKathrin Asper --|rMargaret Wilkinson --|rAxel Capriles --|rHester MacFarland Solomon --|rJohn Dourley --|rVerena Kast --|rHelen Morgan --|rAnn Casement --|rDyane N. Sherwood --|rCatherine Crowther.|tFacing the shadow /|tGetting on top of thought and behavior patterns /|tCultural complexes in analysis /|tInitiating a psychological education /|tInstigating transformation /|tEmergence and the self /|tThe recognition of psychological type /|tWorking in and with transference /|tDream interpretation and the creation of symbolic meaning /|tAmplification, unveiling the emergence of meaning /|tPeregrinations in active imagination /|tOn making and making use of images in analysis /|tSand play /|tThe body and movement in analysis /|tBeginning and ending /|tFrom frame through holding to container /|tDialogue /|tThe analytic relationship /|tCountertransference and intersubjectivity /|tAnalyzing projections, fantasies, and defenses /|tGender and sexuality : imaginal, erotic encounters /|tThe experience of the numinous in the consulting room /|tJungian psychoanalysis in the context of japanese culture /|tChild analysis /|tAdolescence /|tWorking with trauma in analysis /|tPsychotherapy and congenital physical disability /|tPsyche and brain /|tThe passions /|tThe ethical attitude in analytical practice /|tReligion and jungian psychoanalysis /|tResearch /|tThe social dreaming matrix /|tTraining programs /|tTraining analysis /|tSupervision of the apprentice /
Written by 40 of the most notable Jungian psychoanalysts — spanning 11 countries, and boasting decades of study and expertise — Jungian Psychoanalysis represents the pinnacle of Jungian thought. This handbook brings up to date the perspectives in the field of clinically applied analytical psychology, centering on five areas of interest: the fundamental goals of Jungian psychoanalysis, the methods of treatment used in pursuit of these goals, reflections on the analytic process, the training of future analysts, and special issues, such as working with trauma victims, handicapped patients, or children and adolescents, and emergent religious and spiritual issues. Discussing not only the history of Jungian analysis but its present and future applications, this book marks a major contribution to the worldwide study of psychoanalysis.