Transforming depression: egocide, symbolic death, and new life : a Jungian approach using the creative arts
To those who are depressed, have depressed family members, or treat depressed patients, this book offers a radical approach to recovery--a healing process through deep working with the creative arts. Full-color photos. Illus. throughout.
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Understanding Depression and the Quest
Knowing Suicide and Its Creative Potential
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