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Psyche and Family

Jungian Applications to Family Therapy

Edited by Laura Dodsen and Terrill Gibson

126 pp.  

Chiron Publications




This new combination of Jungian analysis and family therapy gives both systems the opportunity to further their combined mission toward health and wholeness. For Jungian analysts, their analytic container can expand to let in more of the world of marriage, family, and relationships. Likewise, family therapists can encounter the psyche wherever it appears—in a dream as well as the family. Included are two major essays by the editors on intergenerational family crisis and helping families through individuation in relationship.

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Psychology ; Chiron: Jungian Studies and Psychology: Jungian Studies