Understanding Dreams in Clinical Practice (The Society of Analytical Psychology Monograph Series) Paperback – 31 Dec 2011
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About the Author
Marcus West Marcus West is a Jungian analyst and professional member of the Society of Analytical Psychology; he works in private practice in Sussex, England. He has published papers, taught and given talks on a range of subjects including attachment theory, narcissism, envy, identity and dreams. He was joint winner of the Michael Fordham Prize (2004) for his paper 'Identity, narcissism and the emotional core' and gave the Society of Analytical Psychology Annual Lecture in 2008. He has been Book Reviews Editor and is now a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.
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An excellent book on how to work with dreams
26 June 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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An excellent book on how to work with dreams. The author leans towards the Jungian method, but also gives credit to the Freudian approach. It's an easy read, very clear and with depth.
19 December 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
Fascinating clinical look at dreams. I am very curious about the vivid dreams and wonder if they have significance in my conscious life. While there is no definitive answer to the question, the study of dreams has explored the subject and provided deeply provocative theories for me.
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Nice Survey, But Limited In Scope
10 February 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
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As a professional dream worker & writer about dreams & dream work for many decades, I enjoyed the somewhat narrow survey of schools of thought & professional clinical practices, but many of the more innovative, exploratory, attitudes, theories, and clinical strategies that in my experience are immensely valuable are, alas, missing from the otherwise interesting and reasonable well-written articles and essays.