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  • Citizens as Therapists

    Andrew Samuels, Jungian analyst (Society of Analytical Psychology, London)

    Published in Self and Society , Vol. 22, No. 3, July 1994, pp. 25-28.
    Copyright 1994 Andrew Samuels. All rights reserved.

     

    How can we translate our emotional, bodily and imaginative responses to Bosnia. to ecological disaster, to homeless-ness. to poverty worldwide. Read More

  • Jung as a Pioneer of Relational Analysis

    Jung as a Pioneer of Relational Analysis
    David Sedgwick, Ph.D.

    This paper was presented in March, 2012, at the 10th Anniversary Conference of the International Association for Relational Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (IARPP) in New York.  The conference honored the late Stephen Mitchell, the founder of Relational psychoanalysis. The paper was

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  • Keeping Play in Imagination: Some Thoughts on the Microethics of our Professional Rules of Conduct

    Some thoughts on the microethics of our professional rules of conduct: Keeping play in imagination
    by Anna Guerra, JD, MA, LPC

    A client’s ability to play and imagine is essential to their healing and growth and the provision of a “playspace” where this can happen is a central component of

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  • Tolkien: Archetype and Word

    The Lord of the Rings embodies an "inherent morality," [1] as Tolkien calls it, which derives largely from the traditions of Christian and epic poetry. Yet the trilogy is not explicitly religious, and is neither allegorical nor doctrinal. Tolkien well knows that the Dantesque form of Christian epic, wherein history Read More

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