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Inspector, Y. (2011). Bogart, Greg. Dreamwork and Self-Healing: Unfolding the Symbols of the Unconscious. London: Karnac Books, 2009. Pp. xix + 304. Pbk. £21.99.. J. Anal. Psychol., 56(2):272-274.

(2011). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 56(2):272-274

Bogart, Greg. Dreamwork and Self-Healing: Unfolding the Symbols of the Unconscious. London: Karnac Books, 2009. Pp. xix + 304. Pbk. £21.99.

Review by:
Yoram Inspector

This is a rich and enthusiastic book about dreams in clinical practice. Greg Bogart states on his website that his work combines psychoanalytic, existential, Jungian, Buddhist and transpersonal approaches to psychotherapy. It appears, however, that his approach to dreams is inspired mainly by the classical and archetypal Jungian traditions.

Through the many detailed accounts of his patients’ dreams (and some of his own) he explores how relationships, archetypal themes, complexes, persona and shadow, anima and animus, individuation, synchronicity, spirit and body are expressed in dream work.

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