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Volume 65 (2020)

Issue 1
Editorial  3
 
Articles
Deifying the Soul - from Ibn Arabi to C.G. Jung  8
Navid Kermani
Apocalyptic Themes in Times of Trouble: When Young Men are Deeply Alienated  27
Robert Tyminski
Jungian Theory of Dreaming and Contemporary Dream Research - Findings from the Research Project ‘Structural Dream Analysis’  44
Dr. Christian Roesler, Dipl.-Psych.
On the Relationship between the Sense of Self and the Structure of Dreams Examined through Questionnaire Research for Japanese University Students  63
Yasuhiro Tanaka, Ph.D.
Dreaming under Fire: The Psyche in Times of Continuous Stress  75
Tamar Kron, Ph.D.
Integration versus Conflict between Schools of Dream Theory and Dreamwork: Integrating the Psychological Core Qualities of Dreams with the Contemporary Knowledge of the Dreaming Brain  88
Ole Vedfelt
Freud and Jung on Freud and Jung  116
Ernst Falzeder, Ph.D., Psychology
Opening the Closed Heart: Affect-Focused Clinical Work with the Victims of Early Trauma  136
Donald E. Kalsched, Ph.D.
The Other between Fear and Desire - Countertransference Fantasy as a Bridge between Me and the Other  153
Daniela Eulert-Fuchs, M.D., GP
Self, other and Individuation: Resolving Narcissism through the Lunar and Solar Paths of the Rosarium  171
Marcus West
Encountering the Other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa  198
 
Encountering the other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa Part I: The History  206
Peter Ammann, Ph.D.
Encountering the other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa Part II: The Context  209
Fred Borchardt, M.A.
Encountering the other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa Part III: The Traditional Health Practitioner's Stance and the World View  212
Nomfundo Lily-Rose Mlisa
Encountering the Other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa Part IV: Conclusion  216
Renee Ramsden
From Horror to Ethical Responsibility: Carl Gustav Jung and Stephen King Encounter the Dark Half within Us, between Us and in the World  219
Chiara Tozzi
Book Reviews
Healy, Nan Savage. Toni Wolff & C.G. Jung: A Collaboration. Los Angles: Tiberius. 2017. Pp. xi + 402. Pbk. n.p.  235
Carolyn H. Bray
Lord, Susan (ed.). Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis. London & New York: Routledge. 2018. Pp. 336. Hbk. £88. Pbk. £24.79.  238
Warren Colman
Abel-Hirsch, Nicola. Bion. 365 Quotes. Abingdon & New York: Routledge. 2019. Pp. 602. Pbk. £24.99.  241
Maggie Mcalister
Goldstein, Ann (ed.). The Complete Works of Primo Levi. London & New York: Liveright/Penguin Classics. 2015. Pp. 3008. Hbk. £120.  243
Angela Connolly
Contributors to the Issue  248
 
Corrigendum  252
 
Corrigendum  253
 
Issue 3
Editorial  473
Tom Kelly
Articles
Regression II. Development through Regression  476
Yuri I. Alexandrov, Ph.D., Olga Svarnik, Ph.D., Irina Znamenskaya, Marina Kolbeneva, Ph.D., Karina R. Arutyunova, Ph.D., Andrey Krylov, Ph.D., Alexandra I. Bulava and Brian Feldman, Ph.D.
Changes in Verbalizations during Sandplay: An Empirical Study  497
Audrey Punnett, Ph.D. and Merle Canfield, Ph.D.
The Theory of the ‘Mana Personality’ in Jung's Works: A Historic-Hermeneutic Perspective. Part II  519
Giovanni V.R. Sorge, Ph.D.
Analytic Attitude - Focus or Embodiment? Subtle Communications in the Transference/Countertransference Relationship  538
Susanna Wright
The Symbol in the Body: The Un-Doing of a Dissociation through Embodied Active Imagination in Jungian Analysis  558
Karin Fleischer
The Agony of Integration and the Blessings of Finitude - Facing ‘Extinction Points’ and Moments of Madness  584
Ann Belford Ulanov, M.Div., Ph.D., L.H.D
Book Reviews
Stein, Murray & Arzt, Thomas (eds.). Jung's Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul in Postmodern Conditions. Volumes 1 (2017, pp. 418); 2 (2018, pp. 415) & 3 (2019, pp. 410). Asheville, NC: Chiron Publications. Pbk. $37 each volume, or $111 for the series.  600
Guy Albert
de Moura, Vicente L. Two Cases from Jung's Clinical Practice: The Story of Two Sisters and the Evolution of Jungian Analysis. London & New York: Routledge. 2019. pp. xvii + pp. 189. Hbk. £120. Pbk. £34.99. Kindle £33.24.  606
George Bright
Obituary: Giles Clark  609
Warren Colman, Sue Austin and Leon Petchkovsky
List of Contributors  615
 
Issue 4
Editorial  621
Marcus West
Articles
Psychotherapy as a Skilled Practice  624
Warren Colman
Response to Warren Colman's ‘Psychotherapy as a Skilled Practice’  645
Jan Wiener
Jung and the Spirit: A Review of Jung's Discussions of the Phenomenon of Spirit  653
Thomas Gitz-Johansen, Ph.D.
Is the Self other to the Self? Why Does the Numinosum Feel like Another? The Relevance of Matte Blanco to Our Understanding of the Unconscious  672
Lionel Corbett
Margarita Von Lüttichau: Intermediary between Jung and Bill Wilson  685
Ian McCabe, Christine Boyd and Pádraig Carroll
Being White, Being Jungian: Implications of Jung's Encounter with the ‘Non-European’ other  707
Jane Johnson, M.Sc.
Healing Cultural Trauma and its Application to the Router Programme  719
John Merchant, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Kroeker, Joel. Jungian Music Psychotherapy: When Psyche Sings. London & New York: Routledge. 2019. Pp. xiv + 187. Hbk. $140. Pbk. $40.95.  740
Donald Grasing
Book Review Essay
Neumann, Erich. The Roots of Jewish Consciousness, ed. Ann Conrad Lammers. London: Routledge. 2019. Volume 1: Revelation and Apocalypse. Pp. xli + 201. Pbk. $40. Hbk. $155. Volume 2: Hasidism. Pp. xxx + 304. Pbk. $36. Hbk. $102.  743
Steven Eliezer Zemmelman, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Journal Reviews
Knox, Jean. (2019). ‘The Harmful Effects of Psychotherapy: When the Therapeutic Alliance Fails’. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 35, 2, 245-63.  754
Steven Flower
Black, Alistair. (2018). ‘Happiness and the End of Psychoanalysis’. Journal of the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research (JCFAR), 28, 15-37.  756
David Henderson, Ph.D.
Birksted-Breen, Dana. ‘Pathways of the Unconscious: When the Body is the Receiver/Instrument’. The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 100, 6, 1117-33.  759
Suzanne R. Hyde
Sletvold, Jon. (2019). ‘Neuroscience and the Embodiment of Psychoanalysis - with an Appreciation of Damasio's Contribution’. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 39, 8, 545-56.  762
Deborah Bryon
Ogden, Thomas. (2019). ‘Ontological Psychoanalysis or “What do You Want to Be when You Grow up?”’ Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 88, 4, 661-84.  765
Mark Winborn
Browning, Margaret. (2019). ‘Our Symbolic Minds: What are They Really?’ Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 88, 1, 25-52.  768
John White
Obituary: Angela Mary Connolly Dragosei  772
Joe Cambray
List of contributors  776
 
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