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Jungian Child Analysis
Punnett, Audrey (Edt)
Fisher King Press / Softcover / 2018-04-01 / 1771690380
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology / Psychoanalysis with Infants, Children & Adolescent
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250 pages
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Jungian Child Analysis brings together ten certified Child & Adolescent Analysts (IAAP) to discuss how healing with children occurs within the analytical framework. While the majority of Jung’s corpus centered on the collective aspects of the adult psyche, one can find in Jung’s earliest work clinical observations and ideas that reflect an uncanny prescience of the psychological research that would later emerge regarding the self and the mother-infant relationship. This book discusses and illustrates in very practical ways how one uses an analytical attitude and works with the symbolic: this includes illustrations of analytical play therapy, dream analysis, sandplay, work with special populations and work with the parents and families of the child. Not only will the book capture your interest and further your development in working with children and adolescents, but also will enhance your work with adults.

Jungian Child Analysis, edited by Audrey Punnett; foreword by Wanda Grosso; contributors include Margo M. Leahy, Liza J. Ravitz, Brian Feldman, Lauren Cunningham, Patricia L. Speier, Maria Ellen Chiaia, Audrey Punnett, Susan Williams, Robert Tyminski, and Steve Zemmelman.

Contents

Introduction
Audrey Punnett

Chapter 1
Jung and the Post-Jungians on the Theory of Jungian Child Analysis
Margo M. Leahy

Chapter 2
Child Analysis and the Multilayered Psyche
Liza J. Ravitz

Chapter 3
The Aesthetic and Spiritual Life of the Infant: Towards a Jungian
View of Infant Development
Brian Feldman

Chapter 4
Play, Creation and the Numinous
Lauren Cunningham

Chapter 5
The Portal of Play Through a Jungian Frame
Patricia L. Speier

Chapter 6
The Importance of Being: Silence in Child Analysis
Maria Ellen Chiaia

Chapter 7
Children’s Dreams
Audrey Punnett

Chapter 8
Awakening to Inter-subjectivity: Working with Autistic Spectrum
Disorders
Susan Williams

Chapter 9
Males Coming to Terms with Sexuality in Later Adolescence
Robert Tyminski

Chapter 10
Working with Parents in Child Analysis and Psychotherapy:
An Integrated Approach
Steve Zemmelman

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