The Inner World of Childhood: A Study in Analytical Psychology
1927. Wickes writes in the Preface: ...we must take with us two things if we would enter into the inner world of childhood: love, and an understanding which includes both intuitive perception and deep technical knowledge of those forces which rule our conscious and unconscious life. Contents: The Scope and Methods of Analytical Psychology; Influence of Parental Difficulties Upon the Unconscious of the Child; Early Relationships; Adolescence; The Acceptance of Consciousness; Psychology Types; Imaginary Companions; Fear; Sex; Dreams; and A Correlation of Dream and Fantasy Material.
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