Dreamwork, anthropology and the caring professions: a cultural approach to dreamwork
This book combines recent developments in the study of the understanding of dreams in the fields of social anthropology and psychology to present a novel cultural approach to dreamwork for those in the caring professions.
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The dream in history
C20 psychological approaches to dreamwork
The social anthropological perspective
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