|Deifying the Soul - from Ibn Arabi to C.G. Jung
|Apocalyptic Themes in Times of Trouble: When Young Men are Deeply Alienated
|Jungian Theory of Dreaming and Contemporary Dream Research - Findings from the Research Project ‘Structural Dream Analysis’
|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
| Yasuhiro Tanaka, Ph.D.|
|Dreaming under Fire: The Psyche in Times of Continuous Stress
|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
|Freud and Jung on Freud and Jung
|Ernst Falzeder, Ph.D., Psychology|
|Opening the Closed Heart: Affect-Focused Clinical Work with the Victims of Early Trauma
|Donald E. Kalsched, Ph.D.|
|The Other between Fear and Desire - Countertransference Fantasy as a Bridge between Me and the Other
|Daniela Eulert-Fuchs, M.D., GP|
|Self, other and Individuation: Resolving Narcissism through the Lunar and Solar Paths of the Rosarium
|Encountering the Other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa
|Encountering the other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa Part I: The History
|Peter Ammann, Ph.D.|
|Encountering the other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa Part II: The Context
|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
|Nomfundo Lily-Rose Mlisa|
|Encountering the Other: Jungian Analysts and Traditional Healers in South Africa Part IV: Conclusion
|From Horror to Ethical Responsibility: Carl Gustav Jung and Stephen King Encounter the Dark Half within Us, between Us and in the World
|Healy, Nan Savage. Toni Wolff & C.G. Jung: A Collaboration. Los Angles: Tiberius. 2017. Pp. xi + 402. Pbk. n.p.
|Carolyn H. Bray|
|Lord, Susan (ed.). Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis. London & New York: Routledge. 2018. Pp. 336. Hbk. £88. Pbk. £24.79.
|Abel-Hirsch, Nicola. Bion. 365 Quotes. Abingdon & New York: Routledge. 2019. Pp. 602. Pbk. £24.99.
|Goldstein, Ann (ed.). The Complete Works of Primo Levi. London & New York: Liveright/Penguin Classics. 2015. Pp. 3008. Hbk. £120.
|Contributors to the Issue
|Regression II. Development through Regression
|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
|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
|Giovanni V.R. Sorge, Ph.D.|
|Analytic Attitude - Focus or Embodiment? Subtle Communications in the Transference/Countertransference Relationship
|The Symbol in the Body: The Un-Doing of a Dissociation through Embodied Active Imagination in Jungian Analysis
|The Agony of Integration and the Blessings of Finitude - Facing ‘Extinction Points’ and Moments of Madness
|Ann Belford Ulanov, M.Div., Ph.D., L.H.D|
|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.
|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.
|Obituary: Giles Clark
|Warren Colman, Sue Austin and Leon Petchkovsky|
|List of Contributors