Jungian Dream Interpretation:
A Handbook of Theory and Practice
This course is approved for 7 hours of continuing education
Dreams (called God's forgotten language by some and messages from the devil by others) have long been seen as portents of the future. But the modern belief that dreams are intimately related to the personal psychology, attitudes and behavior patterns of the dreamer owes much to the pioneering work of the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, who should that in dreams the unconscious comes vividly to life. Here is a comprehensive and practical guide to an understanding of dreams in light of the basic principles of Jung's Analytical Psychology. Jung's model of the psyche is concisely described and discussed, with many clinical examples of dreams and how they may be interpreted in context. Particular attention is given to common and recurrent dream motifs, traumatic dreams, compensatory/purposive dream functions, prognostic dreams, and more!
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A. Hall, MD, is
a psychiatrist and Jungian analyst. Prior to his retirement in 1991, due
to a disabling pontine stroke, he was a Senior Training Analyst of the
Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts of which he was a Founding
Member. Among his many appointments, across his thirty year psychiatric
and psychoanalytic career, were Clinical Assistant and later Associate
Professorships in the Department of Psychiatry at UT-SW Med School (1969-1991)
and Faculty of the Dallas Group Psychotherapy Society Training Institute
Dr. Hall is the author and co-author of seven major books in Jungian Psychology and related fields. He has also authored over twenty articles and chapters in Jungian psychology on such subjects as dreams, transference/countertransference, transformation, and the Jungian perspective on parapsychology. He has published poetry. Despite his current disabilities, he carries on an active career as a writer and editor.
A distinguished Jungian psychoanalyst and hypnotherapist, James A. Hall also served as Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Southwestern Medical School. An internationally respected researcher in clinical hypnosis, he is a prolific contributor to the literature on both Jungian theory and hypnosis, having written several books as well as frequent articles and chapters. Founding President of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the C. G. Jung Institute of Dallas, Dr. Hall is a Fellow of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and the American Academy of Psychoanalysis.
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