%{search_type} search results

8 catalog results

RSS feed for this result
xvii, [5] p. of plates, 339 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • Trauma and life-saving encounters with the numinous
  • Loss and recovery of the soul-child
  • Dissociation and the dark side of the defensive system : Dante's encounter with "Dis" in the inferno
  • Trauma, transformation, and transcendence : the case of Mike
  • Wholeness and anti-wholeness defenses
  • Psychoanalytic approaches to the inner world : applying theory to the cases so far
  • Innocence, its loss, and recovery : reflections on St. Exupéry's The little prince
  • C.G. Jung's divided self : learning to live "between the worlds"
  • Dis-memberment and re-memberment : reflections on a case of embodied dream work in light of Grimm's fairytale, The woman without hands.
In Trauma and the Soul, Donald Kalsched continues the exploration he began in his first book, The Inner World of Trauma (1996)-this time going further into the mystical or spiritual moments that often occur around the intimacies of psychoanalytic work. Through extended clinical vignettes, including therapeutic dialogue and dreams, he shows how depth psychotherapy with trauma's survivors can open both analytic partners to "another world" of non-ordinary reality in which daimonic powers reside, both light and dark. This mytho-poetic world, he suggests, is not simply a defensive product of our struggle with the harsh realities of living as Freud suggested, but is an everlasting fact of human experience-a mystery that is often at the very center of the healing process, and yet at other times, strangely resists it. With these "two worlds" in focus, Kalsched explores a variety of themes as he builds, chapter by chapter, an integrated psycho-spiritual approach to trauma and its treatment including: * images of the lost soul-child in dreams and how this "child" represents an essential core of aliveness that is both protected and persecuted by the psyche's defenses; * Dante's guided descent into the Inferno of Hell as a paradigm for the psychotherapy process and its inevitable struggle with self-destructive energies; * childhood innocence and its central role in a person's spiritual life seen through the story of St. Exupery's The Little Prince; * how clinical attention to implicit processes in the relational field, as well as discoveries in body-based affective neuroscience are making trauma treatment more effective; * the life of C.G. Jung as it portrays his early trauma, his soul's retreat into an inner sanctuary, and his gradual recovery of wholeness through the integration of his divided self. This is a book that restores the mystery to psychoanalytic work. It tells stories of ordinary patients and ordinary psychotherapists who, through working together, glimpse the reality of the human soul and the depth of the spirit, and are changed by the experience. Trauma and the Soul will be of particular interest to practicing psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, analytical psychologists, and expressive arts therapists, including those with a "spiritual" orientation. Donald Kalsched is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and a training analyst with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He is the author of numerous articles in analytical psychology, and lectures widely on the subject of early trauma and its treatment. His books include The Inner World of Trauma (1996).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415681469 20160612
Law Library (Crown)
xiv, 370 p., [1] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm
  • Roots : a foundation to dance on
  • The power of an unspoken voice
  • Touched by discovery
  • The changing face of trauma
  • Lessons learned from animals
  • From paralysis to transformation : basic building blocks
  • A map for therapy
  • Mapping the body, mending the mind : SIBAM
  • The body as storyteller : below your mind
  • In the consulting room: case examples
  • Annotation of Peter's accident
  • Instinct in the age of reason
  • We're just a bunch of animals
  • Bottoms up: three brains, one mind
  • Body, emotion and spirituality: restoring goodness
  • Awareness and embodiment
  • Emotions
  • Trauma and spirituality.
"Based on findings from biology, neuroscience, and the emerging field of body-oriented psychotherapy, In an Unspoken Voice explains that trauma is not a disease or a disorder, but an injury caused by fright, helplessness, and loss and that this wound can be healed only if we attend to the wisdom of the living, knowing body"--Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
vi, 133 p. ; 22 cm.
  • The drama of the gifted child and how we became psychotherapists
  • Depression and grandiosity : two related forms of denial
  • The vicious circle of contempt.
Miller's wide and profound book about childhood trauma has provided thousands of readers with guidance and hope, and is essential reading for those interested in psychology, psychotherapy, and more.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780465012619 20160605
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-3510-01, LAWGEN-103Q-01
xv, 277 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Bad boys
  • Living in a house on fire
  • Slipping through the cracks at school
  • Mean streets
  • Juvenile injustice
  • Drugs and criminalization
  • Youth corrections and gangs
  • The American gulag
  • From bad boys to good men
  • Honoring the spirit of young men.
Writing from personal and professional experience, Aaron Kipnis shares both the riveting story of his own troubled youth and how he turned himself around and the successful approaches he has used to help "bad boys" become good men. "Angry Young Men" offers specific, practical advice for parents, teachers, counselors, community leaders, and justice professionals everyone who wants to help at risk boys become strong, productive, caring, and compassionate men.""Angry Young Men" is an extremely important book that is especially timely now during our current epidemic of violence by and against boys and young men ...Aaron Kipnis has seen deeply, not only into the souls of troubled boys and adolescents, but also into those aspects of the spirit of our culture and our epoch that have turned an unprecedentedly large portion of our boys and young men into the perpetrators and victims of violence." - From the Foreword by James Gilligan, M.D., Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780787960438 20160607
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-3510-01, LAWGEN-103Q-01
viii, 274 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  • The heart's castle : science joins the search for love
  • Kits, cats, sacks, and uncertainty : how the brain's basic structure poses problems for love
  • Archimedes' principle : how we sense the inner world of other hearts
  • A fiercer sea : how relationships permeate the human body, mind, and soul
  • Gravity's incarnation : how memory stores and shapes love
  • A bend in the road : how love changes who we are and who we can become
  • The book of life : how love forms, guides, and alters a child's emotional mind
  • Between stone and sky : what can be done to heal hearts gone astray
  • A walk in the shadows : how culture blinds us to the ways of love
  • The open door : what the future holds for the mysteries of love.
A study of the psychobiology of love, discussing what scientists have learned about the nature of love, its origins in the brain, and its impact on the minds and bodies of human beings.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-3510-01, LAWGEN-103Q-01
xvi, 243 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • Psychoanalytic approaches
  • Developmental analytical psychology
  • The archetype of initiation
  • Life and death imagery in adolescence
  • Bodily, idealistic, and ideational awakening
  • The individuation tasks of adolescence
  • Persona and shadow in adolescence
  • The development of conscience
  • Countertransferance in the treatment of adolescence
  • Prohibition and inhibition : clinical considerations
  • Prohibition and inhibition : clinical dimensions
  • Epilogue.
Adolescence is recognised as a turbulent period of human development. Along with the physical changes of puberty, adolescents undergo significant transformations in the way they think, act, feel and perceive the world. The disruption that is manifest in their behaviour is upsetting and often incomprehensible to the adults surrounding them. In The Adolescent Psyche Richard Frankel shows how this unique stage of human development expresses through its traumas and fantasies the adolescent's urge towards self-realization. The impact of contemporary culture on the lives of young people has resulted in an increasing number of adolescents being referred for psychotherapy and psychiatric treatment. Successful outcomes are often difficult to achieve in clinical work with clients of this age-group. The advice and guidelines which Frankel provides will be welcomed by psychotherapists, parents, educators and anyone working with adolescents.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415167994 20160612
Law Library (Crown)
xx, 310 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Honoring symptoms as a voice of the soul
  • The myth of family and childhood
  • Self-love and its myth : narcissus and narcissism
  • Love's initiations
  • Jealousy and envy : healing poisons
  • The soul and power
  • Gifts of depression
  • The body's poetics of illness
  • The economics of soul : work, money, failure, and creativity
  • The need for myth, ritual, and a spiritual life
  • Wedding spirituality and soul
  • Beauty and the reanimation of things
  • The sacred arts of life.
A therapist draws on the world's religions, music, art, and his own experiences with patients to examine the connections between spirituality and the problems of individuals and society.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-560-01, LAWGEN-103Q-01
xxiii, 266 p. ; 21 cm.
  • Personifying or imagining things
  • Pathologizing or falling apart
  • Psychologizing or seeing through
  • Dehumanizing or soul-making.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-560-01, LAWGEN-103Q-01