Introduction by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
100 illustrations (74 in colour)
The Secret World of Drawings is a book so helpful and practical that a wide variety of psychotherapists, health care practitioners, educators and artists continue to replace their much-beloved, dog-eared copies every few years.
The author's clarity of vision and deep compassion for those in need--whether adult or child, counselor or client--has led him to offer this succinct explication of Jung's ideas as applied to the symbolism of imagery from the unconscious. Both the text and the many illustrations allow us to see how a healing path may be found through the expression of self in drawings and paintings.
A rich reference section invites the reader to an in-depth voyage through other readings in art therapy, Jungian psychology, mythology and symbolism.-from the publisher
Gregg M. Furth, Ph.D., has a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. He has served on the faculty of California State University and John F. Kennedy University. He is a contributing author of Living with Death and Dying by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, and is widely known for lectures and workshops. He lives and practices in New York City.
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