Deep Journeys: Experiential Psychotherapy with Dreams, Personal Archetypal Tales, and Trance States
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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The Story of Julia I
The Story of Julia II
The Story of Jim
The Technique and Method
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