Individuation and Narcissism: The Psychology of the Self in Jung and Kohut
Recent developments in Freudian psychoanalysis, particularly the work of Kohut and Winnicott, have led to a convergence with the Jungian position. In Individuation and Narcissism leading Jungian analyst Mario Jacoby attempts to overcome the doctrinal differences between the different schools of depth psychology, while taking into account the characteristic approaches of each. Through a close examination of the actual experience of self, the process of individuation, narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder, the author demonstrates the benefits of a cross-fertilization of ideas and techniques for the professional analyst.
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THE MYTH OF NARCISSUS
EGO AND SELF IN ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY
ASPECTS OF THE CONCEPT OF NARCISSISM
INDIVIDUATION PROCESS AND MATURATION
SOME GOALS OF NARCISSISTIC
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