Healing fiction

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Station Hill Press, 1983 - Literary Criticism - 145 pages
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Examining the three great originators of depth psychology - Freud, Jung, and Adler - these chapters look again at what is really meant by "case history", "active imagination" and "inferiority feelings".

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User Review  - Lynda - Goodreads

I looked this book up because I want to re-read it - loved it in my twenties and am curious to see what I think twenty some years later. Read full review

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User Review  - Gregory Boyce - Goodreads

If your work, or play, involves any degree of depth psychology (and you CBTers would probably enjoy this too) I highly recommend this book. We humans are meaning-making beings. We make meaning out of ... Read full review

Contents

A Round with Freud
3
Theory and Plot
9
The Empirical Fiction
12
Copyright

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