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Re: Jungian Psychology roxy27

Posted by DAisym on August 31, 2007, at 12:34:47

In reply to Jungian Psychology, posted by roxy27 on August 30, 2007, at 21:28:01

I think therapists who "practice" Jungian psychology do dream work and think in terms of archetypol psychological constructs. My therapist leans more towards self-psychology but he is a big fan of James Hillerman, who writes about classic architypes and the soul's code. I've read his books, they are dense but interesting.

If you are at the beginning of therapy, now is a good time to ask all these questions. I think I'd like to know why she chooses Jung and how she applies his theories. It is likely to tell you a lot about her.

And it has been my experience that most therapists have an eclectic approach, no matter what their major influence is.




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