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  1. When the Body Speaks

    The Archetypes in the Body

    By Mara Sidoli

    Edited by Phyllis Blakemore

    When the Body Speaks applies Jungian concepts and and theories to infant development to demonstrate how archetypal imagery formed in early life can permanently affect a person's psychology.Drawing from Mara Sidoli's rich clinical observations, the book shows how psychosomatic disturbances originate...

    Published August 24th 2000 by Routledge

  2. The Shadow and the Counsellor

    Working with the Darker Aspects of the Person, the Role and the Profession

    By Steve Page

    The Shadow and the Counsellor introduces the concept of shadow, the darker side to ourselves that we do not wish to acknowledge, or do not even recognise. It examines how it comes into being and explores its impact within counselling. The Shadow and the Counsellor is structured around a six stage...

    Published May 13th 1999 by Routledge

  3. Lesbians and Lesbianisms

    A Post-Jungian Perspective

    By Claudette Kulkarni

    Claudette Kulkarni explores lesbian experience from a Jungian and feminist perspective, through interviews with women who see themselves as lesbians or who are in a lesbian relationship. Although a feminist treatment of the subject challenges the heterosexism of Jungian theory, the author presents...

    Published September 18th 1997 by Routledge

  4. The Inner World of Trauma

    Archetypal Defences of the Personal Spirit

    By Donald Kalsched

    Donald Kalsched explores the interior world of dream and fantasy images encountered in therapy with people who have suffered unbearable life experiences. He shows how, in an ironical twist of psychical life, the very images which are generated to defend the self can become malevolent and...

    Published November 7th 1996 by Routledge

  5. The Religious Function of the Psyche

    By Lionel Corbett

    Traditional concepts of God are no longer tenable for many people who nevertheless experience a strong sense of the sacred in their lives. The Religious Function of the Psyche offers a psychological model for the understanding of such experience, using the language and interpretive methods of depth...

    Published October 17th 1996 by Routledge

  6. Shame and the Origins of Self-Esteem

    A Jungian Approach

    By Mario Jacoby

    Shame is one of our most central feelings and a universal human characteristic. Why do we experience it? For what purpose? How can we cope with excessive feelings of shame?In an elegant exposition informed by many years of helping people to understand feelings of shame, leading Jungian analyst...

    Published September 5th 1996 by Routledge

  7. Desire and the Female Therapist

    Engendered Gazes in Psychotherapy and Art Therapy

    By Joy Schaverien

    Desire and the Female Therapist is one of the first full-length explorations of erotic transference and countertransference from the point of view of the female therapist. Particular attention is given to the female therapist/male client relationship and to the effects of desire made visible in...

    Published August 24th 1995 by Routledge

  8. The Wounded Healer

    Counter-Transference from a Jungian Perspective

    By David Sedgwick

    Series: Routledge Mental Health Classic Editions

    Countertransference is an important part of the analytical process. It is concerned with the analyst's emotional response to the patient. As such, it can be a particularly difficult aspect of the analytical setting and especially so because of the threat of possible sexual involvement with the...

    Published October 27th 1994 by Routledge

  9. Sandplay

    Past, Present and Future

    By Harriet S. Friedman, Rie Rogers Mitchell

    Sandplay is one of the fastest growing therapies. What are its origins, who were it pioneers, and how have they influenced the current practice of sandplay? What does the future hold? Rie Rogers Mitchell and Harriet S. Friedman have written a unique book that answers all these questions and many...

    Published February 10th 1994 by Routledge

  10. Jungian Sandplay

    The Wonderful Therapy

    By Joel Ryce-Menuhin

    Sandplay is an increasingly popular Jungian therapy. Developed in England by Margaret Lowenfeld and in Switzerland by Dora Kalff, it knows no barriers of age, gender of language, and by allowing non-verbal articulation it adds considerably to the material available to the analyst.Joel Ryce-Menuhin,...

    Published October 3rd 1991 by Routledge