Deep Journeys: Experiential Psychotherapy with Dreams, Personal Archetypal Tales, and Trance States

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North Atlantic Books, 1999 - 294 lappuses
With a strong emphasis on personal transformation as essential to therapy, Deep Journeys explores how experiential therapy can supplement analytic and interpretative therapies. Kenneth Kelzer shows how therapists, using a trance induction process, can work with clients' dreams and personal archetypes to help them understand and heal the causes of their emotional symptoms.
 

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Saturs

The Insight Into Insight
3
To Treat or Not To Treat? After One Hundred
15
The Story of Julia I
51
The Story of Julia II
87
The Story of Jim
105
The Technique and Method
131
The Dream and the Shadow
183
Twelve Stances of Consciousness
213
The Transformation of the Shadow in Practice
237
Footnotes
259
Bibliography
283
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285. lappuse - Scripts People Live: Transactional Analysis of Life Scripts, Grove Press, New York, 1974.

Par autoru (1999)

Kenneth Kelzer, LCSW, is a practicing psychotherapist, author and workshop leader who has worked extensively with dreams for over thirty years. He received his M.S.W. degree in psychiatric social work from the University of California at Berkeley in 1968 and has taught at various social institutions in the San Francisco Bay Aream including the Esalen Institute and U.C. Extension. Mr. Kelzer is the originator of the Deep Journey Method of experiential psychotherapy, a new synthesis of contemporary therapies, which includes Ericksonian hypnotherapy, and Gestalt Therapy. He is the author of The Sun and the Shadow: My Experiment with Lucid Dreaming. He lives with his wife and son in Novato, California.

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