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Published by Daimon Verlag in Einsiedeln .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Jung, C. G. -- 1875-1961.,
  • Psychotherapy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

StatementHeinrich Karl Fierz.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC480 .F54 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination424 p. :
Number of Pages424
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20352221M
ISBN 103856305211

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Jungian therapy is an analytical form of talking therapy used to help people feel more balanced and whole. Originating in the early 20th century when it was coined by Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung, the Jungian model focuses more on the source of the problem than on its symptoms. Jungian therapy, sometimes known as Jungian analysis, is an in-depth, analytical form of talk therapy designed to bring together the conscious and unconscious parts of the mind to help a person. Browse a range of Jungian books, audio, and other items for purchase through The Jung Center's Bookstore. Learn about graduate education in Jungian studies through Saybrook University. Need a concept defined? The Jung Lexicon, by Daryl Sharp, is available here to search for free. › ‹ Sneak Peek - The Fay Lectures, with Ann Casement. His sensitive and innovative contributions to the realm of psychiatry are well known in the German-speaking world; Jungian Psychiatry is the first major publication of his work in English.1/5(1).

Lectures & Seminars by C.G. Jung. Analytical Psychology Notes of the Seminar Given in Analytical Psychology: Its Theory & Practice The Tavistock Lectures, Children’s Dreams Notes from the Seminar Given in {}. Dream Analysis, Volume 1 Notes of the Seminar Given in Dream Analysis, Volume 2 Notes of the Seminars in Analytical Psychology Given by C.G. Jung .   The Red Book — which on one hand described Jung’s self-analysis and became the genesis for the Jungian method and on the other was just strange enough to . Jung on Schizophrenia It has been said that the book of Bleuler of would be unthinkable without The Psychology of the Dementia Praecox (Castilla del Pino, , p). These are the years in which Jung moved away from academic psychiatry and decided to promote with all his interest the development of the psychoanalyt ic movement.   Now the psychiatric-analytic observations of a highly respected Jungian, the Swiss Heinrich Fierz, who devoted his life to psychiatry, are available in English at last. Jungian Psychiatry is rich with the insights of a rare therapist and teacher in the world of the psychiatric 5/5(2).