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Practical Jung: Nuts and Bolts of Jungian Psychotherapy epub ebook

by Harry A. Wilmer

Practical Jung: Nuts and Bolts of Jungian Psychotherapy epub ebook

Author: Harry A. Wilmer
Category: Psychology
Language: English
Publisher: Chiron Pubns; First Edition; First Printing edition (December 1, 1987)
Pages: 292 pages
ISBN: 0933029241
ISBN13: 978-0933029248
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 139
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Practical Jung: Nuts and. has been added to your Cart. Hey! No one mentioned anywhere that this book is not so much a practical application book, but is a collection of poetry and drawings around the topic of Jungian Psychology

Practical Jung: Nuts and. Hey! No one mentioned anywhere that this book is not so much a practical application book, but is a collection of poetry and drawings around the topic of Jungian Psychology. It was a fun read, and I did learn a lot, I was surprised by the format and wish someone had mentioned it somewhere.

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Home, Jung and Analytical Psychology. Practical Jung: Nuts & Bolts of Jungian Psychotherapy. Also by Harry A. Author(s) : Harry A. Category : Jung and Analytical Psychology. Catalogue No : 13861. ISBN 13 : 9780933029163. ISBN 10 : 0933029160.

book by Harry A. Dr. Wilmer explores the Jungian approach in a deceptively light style, bringing not only his years of experience but his special wit, wisdom, and skill as an illustrator.

Harry Wilmer's Practical Jung puts you on the couch for greater perception, occasional laughter, and in-depth self-study. Liz Carpenter, Former White House Executive Assistant and First Lady's Staff Director and Press Secretary; Wilmer has outdone himself-which is not easy

Harry Wilmer's Practical Jung puts you on the couch for greater perception, occasional laughter, and in-depth self-study. Liz Carpenter, Former White House Executive Assistant and First Lady's Staff Director and Press Secretary; Wilmer has outdone himself-which is not easy. There is no taint of cultism in this unique book. Best of all he demonstrates the value of subjectivity. What he is shines through-not just what he knows, though he is very scholarly. His drawings, as of yore, are out of this world-sometimes literally.

The 'Nuts and Bolts' are something Henry Ford would be proud of, and his Thumb work is not to be sneezed at. Wilmer lets Jung speak for himself, and Wilmer speaks for himself, including Jung's effect on him. - Joseph B. Wheelwright, . Former President, International Association for Analytical Psychology, Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Francisco. I am deeply impressed by Wilmer's enormous creativity.

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Nuts and Bolts of Jungian Psychology. He explores complex subjects and deep theories in a deceptively light style, employing his special wit and skill as a cartoonist. Anyone interested in the process of psychotherapy will gain a new understanding and new insights, enjoying many a chuckle along the way. Psychotherapy opens up wounds that, if mishandled, may become worse or may not heal. It almost goes without saying that any method of treatment can be misused.

Harry Aron Wilmer, American psychiatrist. Served to captain Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve, 1955-1957. Guggenheim fellow, Zurich, 1969-1970; Fellow American Psychiatric Association (life, emeritus), American College Psychiatrists, American Academy Psychoanalysis; member American Association for the Advancement of Science, International Association Analytical Psychology. src "/web/img/loading. gif" data-src "/web/show-photo. jpg?id 682441&cache false" alt "Other photo of Harry Aron Wilmer" class "gallery img" height "167". Other photo of Harry Aron Wilmer.

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Discusses Jung's teachings about transference, archetypes, outer manifestations, psychotherapy, dreams, symbolism, and creativity and shows how to apply Jung's theories to psychotherapy
Reviews (7)
Landarn
This isn't a standard psychology textbook. It's full of cartoons & diagrams by the author. The text is somewhere between poetry and prose. But there's no mistaking the deep insight possessed by the author. Useful both for therapists and patients.

Nidora
During the late 1970's and early 80's I was privileged to be one of Dr. Wilmer's psychiatric residents at the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio. His third-year seminar on Analytical Psychology was one of the most popular of the training program seminars. This volume includes much of the material that he presented there...useful chapters on such topics as the therapeutic relationship, transference and countertransference, dream interpretation. Dr. Wilmer also "demystifies" Jungian psychology and explains such concepts as archetypes, psychological types, and individuation. I highly recommend this book to psychotherapists (social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists) who may not have had much exposure to the work of CG Jung in their own training programs. The book reflects Dr. Wilmer's wisdom, humor, and his empathy for his patients.

Thetalas
Hey! No one mentioned anywhere that this book is not so much a practical application book, but is a collection of poetry and drawings around the topic of Jungian Psychology. It was a fun read, and I did learn a lot, I was surprised by the format and wish someone had mentioned it somewhere. Indeed, in order to really appreciate the book, you have to have a previous grasp of Jungs ideas and knowledge of psychological terms. Still, it is an interesting "right brained" approach to the topic!

Hugifyn
This book has basic concepts os Jungian analysis presented in a very clear way, with lots of clinical examples from the author’s long experience. There are some drawings very illustrative and humorous.
It is very interesting that he talks about some issues that people almost don’t talk, like the use of the analytic couch, the telephone calls, the love's transference, etc…
I recommend!

Arcanefist
It a good book and has the advantag that is writen so you can ask your self how are you dealing wirh your patient....and what are your mistakes

Delalbine
Great book; shipped as ordered. Thank you.

Wizer
I bought this as a suggested reading for Sandplay therapy. Jung is deep, so it is sometimes difficult to get into.

Harry is the one who has put the pieces of the puzzle of psychology together with good clarity and understanding. Practical Jung is an apt title. Harry has managed to see through Carl, The Buddha and Lao Tzu. A lot of practical advice here for a otherwise theoretical subject. A Must Read for the serious student of Psychology, Zen and Tao !

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