By Roger Horrocks
This e-book comprehensively and obviously surveys the most important theoretical colleges of psychotherapy--including Freudian, Jungian, humanistic, and cognitive. Horrocks considers the impression of recent discoveries in neuroscience upon psychotherapy. The ebook presents a hands-on creation to operating with consumers, with many vibrant and worthy vignettes from real periods. Many functional matters are coated, together with the atmosphere for treatment; the therapist/client courting; shopper negativity; and the tough or disturbed consumer.
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Creed, The Monstrous-Feminine: Film, Feminism and Psychoanalysis (London: Routledge, 1993). 12 S. Ferenczi, Further Contributions to the Theory and Technique of Psychoanalysis (London: Karnac, 1994). 13 For an example see Marika Henriques, ‘“The lions are coming”– the healing image in Jungian dreamwork’, in British Journal of Psychotherapy, (2004) 20:4. 14 See E. F. Edinger, Ego and Archetype (Boston: Shambala, 1992). 15 C. G. Jung, Two Essays on Analytical Psychology in Collected Works Vol. 7.
Jung’s psychology also shows its anti-materialistic quality in its notion of the Self. This is conceived as the organizing principle of the psyche, the superordinate force which overlooks it. In fact, the ways in which Jung talks about the Self reminds us of our images of God, and Jung argued that human ideas about God are reﬂections of the Self. But crucially here Jung has brought into human psychology the idea of transcendence, something which to Freud is anathema, or which can explained by infantile experiences.
Thus Jung was profoundly interested in mythology, mysticism, alchemy, and other collective expressions of inner truths, or in Jung’s terms, expressions of the collective archetypes. So there is a kind of inversion of Freud in Jung. Where Freud saw infantile sexuality as highly determining of later mental structures, Jung saw it as the outcrop of deep symbolic pre-existing structures. The Self Jung’s notion of the Self is one of the most extraordinary ideas developed in human psychology, not least since it connects with many religious and spiritual ideas.
Foundations of Psychotherapy: An Introduction to Individual Therapy by Roger Horrocks