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Cambray, J. (2002). Who's Really There? Dreams and the Analytic Third. Psychoanal. Psychol., 19(4):772-776.

(2002). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 19(4):772-776

Who's Really There? Dreams and the Analytic Third

Joseph Cambray, Ph.D.

Analysts from different theoretical orientations met to discuss dreams. A major focus was how unconscious processes symbolized in dreams impact the interactive field as viewed through the agency of the analytic third in conjunction with the quality of otherness that attends such experiences. Among the diverse offerings: exploring dreams through an ecopsychological lens, the clinical utility of a dream series in a post-Jungian analysis of a traumatized woman, and a Lacanian view on core elements of desire as used to reclaim the mysterious quality of dreams in showing forth the psyche together with clinical and cultural application of such ideas. A brief comparative analysis highlighting the role of the numinous in encounters with radical otherness is also offered.

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