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A Study of Storytelling
Story and Fantasy in Psychotherapy
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affirm anomy argue Articulate asserts basic become challenge character Christ past Christian Christology claims Cobb Cobb's communitas concept consciousness context contrast creative transformation critical Crossan culture developed disruptive divine doctrine Dramas Driver dynamic emphasis example expression faith fantasy freedom Freud function gospel healing human Ibid imagery imagination insight interpretation invites Ira Progoff Jesus John Cobb John Dominic Crossan Lady of Guadalupe language liminal live Luther meaning Metaphors moral myth mythic mythoparabolic narrative experience nomic nomos offers parable parables of Jesus patients Paul Tillich pilgrimage potential present present-future Progoff psychological psychotherapy reality recognize rejection relation relationship religion religious role Sallie McFague sense social process social structure society speaks story storytelling structure and anti-structure suggests symbols Testament therapeutic therapist therapy thought Tillich tion tive traditional transactional analysis transcend transmoral conscience transnomic transnomic theology truth Turner unconscious understanding Victor Turner vision