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Bacelle, L. (1991). Bisagni, Francisco (Ed.) Analysis: An International Review of Clinical Psychotherapy 1 (pp. 1-112) and 2 (pp. 113-235). Rome. Edizioni Borla. 1990.. J. Anal. Psychol., 36(2):256-257.

(1991). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 36(2):256-257

Bisagni, Francisco (Ed.) Analysis: An International Review of Clinical Psychotherapy 1 (pp. 1-112) and 2 (pp. 113-235). Rome. Edizioni Borla. 1990.

Review by:
Lorenzo Bacelle

I am pleased to review the first two numbers of this new Italian journal of clinical psychotherapy, to be published at four-monthly intervals. The editorial policy is to include original papers in Italian, not previously published in other Italian journals, and papers previously published in foreign journals and now translated into Italian. The journal may also include papers delivered at conferences. Each volume has a general section on adult psychotherapy (six papers), followed by a section on child and adolescent psychotherapy (two papers). The journal will republish earlier articles on Jungian psychotherapy which have remained of seminal importance over the years. The Italian text of each paper published is followed by the title and a summary in English. The cost of a subscription abroad is around £40 for a public institution and around £50 for private subscribers.

The editor, Francesco Bisagni, explains the main aim of Analysis is to serve as a means of research into the clinical applications of analytical psychology. He stresses that papers submitted should focus on clinical work, and the encounter between analyst and analysand, from which theoretical ideas can be developed—rather than on cultural reflections not based on clinical material. The journal will accept papers from Jungian and non-Jungian authors—mainly psychoanalysts—foreign and Italian.


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