AJA Library Catalogue

Below is a straightforward catalogue of the books in our library.  We hope you find the present catalogue of use. Please be patient, it is still an early draft of an ongoing project.  Ultimately we hope to create a web-based library system. You will understand that the whole task is hugely time consuming.  

The list comprises almost a thousand books and is thus rather bulky. You can search through this list by using the search function in the web browser – simply press the key “Ctrl” and “F” together.

References

Abbott Pratt, J. (1967). New York: The analytical Psychology Club, p.991.

Abram, D. (1997). The spell of the sensuous: Perception and language in a more-than-human world. New York: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, p.1.

Abstracts of the collected works of C.G. Jung. (1978). Rockville, Maryland: National Institute of Mental Health, p.572.

ABUNDANT DELICIOUS. (2016). [S.l.]: EDWARD GASKELL PUBLISHERS.

Achterberg, J. (1991). Woman as healer. Boston: Shambhala Publications, p.4.

Adams, M. (1996). The multicultural imagination: Race, color, and the unconscious. New York: Taylor & Francis, p.5.

Adams, M. (2001). The mythological unconscious. New York: Karnac Books, p.6.

Adler, G. (1961). Current trends in analytical psychology. London: Tavistock publications, pp.12b and 12a.

Adler, G. (1961). The living symbol. 63rd ed. USA: Bollingen , New York, p.13.

Adler, G. (1961). The Living Symbol. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, p.1311.

Adler, G. (1967). Methods of treatment in analytical psychology. p.11.

Adler, G. (1975). Aspects of Jung’s personality and work. p.10.

Adler, G. (1989). Dynamics of the self. London: Coventure, p.1184.

Adler, G. (2018). Remembering and forgetting (1904-1976). Pans room foundation, USA, p.13.

Adler, G. (2018). Remembering and forgetting (1904-1979). Panarion foundation, USA, pp.9a and 9b.

Aite, P. (2007). Landscapes of the Psyche Sandplay in Jun. Milan: IPOC Press, p.14.

Alister, I. and Hauke, C. (1998). Contemporary Jungian analysis: Post-jungian perspectives from the society of analytical psychology. London: Routledge, p.16.

Altman, N. (1995). The analyst in the inner city: Race, class, and culture through a psychoanalytic lens: Vol 3. United States: Analytic Press,U.S., p.17.

Andbacher, H. (1964). The individual psychology of Alfred Adler. USA: Harper torchbooks, p.18.

Anecket-hustache, J. (1957). Master Eckhart and the Rhineland Mystics. ed. London: Longmans.

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Anthony, M. (1990). The Valkyries, the: Women around Jung. London, United Kingdom: Element Books, p.19.

Anzieu , F. (1990). A Skin for Thought. Interviews with Gilbert Tarrab. London and New York: Karnac.

Anzieu, D. (1984). The Group and the Unconscious. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Armstrong, J. (2002). The conditions of love: The philosophy of intimacy. London: Allen Lane, p.25.

Aronson, J. (2001). The use of the telephone in psychotherapy. New Brunswick, NJ, United States: Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers, p.26.

Arraj, T. (1988). Tracking the Elusive Human – a practical guide to c g jungs psychological types. W H Sheldon’s body and temperament types and their integration.. USA: Inner Growth Books, p.27.

Astor, J. (1995). Michael Fordham. London: Routledge, p.345.

Attwood, T. (1997). Asperger’s syndrome: A guide for parents and professionals. 9th ed. Philadelphia: Kingsley, Jessica Publishers, p.29.

Avens, R. (1980). Imagination is reality – western nirvana in Jung, hillman, Barfield & Cassirer. USA: Spring, p.30.

Aziz, R. (1990). C G Jung’s Psychology of Religion and Synchronicity. USA: State University of New York Press, p.31.

Bachofen, J. (1967). Myth, religion and Mother Right. New York: Bollingen  Foundation, Princeton University, p.39.

Baggott, J., Di Chiara, G., Italian, t., Chasseguet-Smirgel, J. and de Simone, G. (1997). Ending analysis: Theory and technique. London: Karnac Books, p.224.

Bair, D. (2004). Jung: A biography. London: Little, Brown & Company, p.40.

Balint, M. (1957). Problems of Human Pleasure and Behaviour. ed. London: A. Wheaton & co, p.34.

Balint, M. (1978). Thrills and Regressions. ed. New York: International universities Press, inc., p.35.

Balint, M. (1984). The basic fault: Therapeutic aspects of regression. London: Routledge, p.42.

Balint, M. (1986). The doctor, his patient and the illness. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, p.33.

Barber, P. and Barber, P. (1990). Vampires, burial and death: Folklore and reality. New Haven: Yale University Press, p.36.

Baring, A. (2018). The dream of the cosmos: A quest for the soul. p.44.

Baring, A. and Cashford, J. (1991). The myth of the goddess: The evolution of an image. 2nd ed. London: Viking Arkana, pp.38 And 37.

Baring, A. and Harvey, A. (1996). The divine feminine: Reclaiming the feminine aspect of god throughout the world. United Kingdom: Godsfield Press, pp.38 – ?45.

Barnes, F. (1998). Complaints and grievances in psychotherapy. London: Routledge, p.931.

Barrows, P., Lasch, C. and Chasseguet-Smirgel, J. (1985). The ego ideal: A psychoanalytic essay on the malady of the ideal. London: Free Association Books.

Barthal, L., Ne’eman, N., Shapira, A., Chaiklin, H., Neʼeman, N. and Bartal, L. (1992). The metaphoric body: Guide to expressive therapy through images and archetypes. Bristol, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, p.43.

Basoglu, M., Basoglu, M. and Başoǧlu, M. (1992). Torture and its consequences: Current treatment approaches. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.54.

Bauer, J. (1985). Alcoholism and women: The background and the psychology. Toronto, Canada: Inner City Books, p.49.

Bauer, J. (1993). Impossible love, or, why the heart must go wrong. Dallas: Spring Publications,U.S., p.50.

Baynes, H. (1950). Analytical Psychology and the English Mind – and other Papers. Great Britain: Methylene & co, p.53.

Baynes, H. (1969). Mythology of the Soul – a research into the unconscious from schizophrenic dreams and drawings. London: Rider and company, p.55.

Beebe, J. (2017). Energies and patterns in psychological type. Abingdon: Routledge, p.1179.

Begg, E. (1984). Myth and today’s Consciousness. p.64.

Begg, E. (1985). The cult of the black virgin. London: Law Book Co of Australasia, p.63.

Bell, D. (1999). Psychoanalysis and culture: A Kleinian perspective. London: Karnac Books, p.65.

Bemporad, J. and Aristide, S. (1980). Severe and Mild Depression – the therapeutic approach. London: Tavistock Publications.

Benjamin, J. (1988). The Bonds of Love – psychoanalysis, feminism and the problem of domination. New York: Pantheon Books, p.56.

Bennet, E. (1961). CG Jung. Great Britain: Barrie & Rockliffe (Barry Books Ltd), p.66.

Bennet, E. (1982). Meetings with Jung. England: Anchor press Ltd, p.59.

Bennet, E. (1985). Meetings with Jung: Conversations recorded during the years 1946-1961. Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, p.58.

Bergman, M., Jucovy, M. and Bergmann, M. (1991). Generations of the holocaust. New York: Columbia University Press, [1990], p.61.

Bermont, H. (1964). Psychoanalysis is a Great Big Help. GB: Frederick Muller limited, p.69.

Bernstein, J. and Bernstein, J. (2005). Living in the borderland: The evolution of consciousness and the challenge of healing trauma. London: Taylor & Francis, p.68.

Berry, P. (1982). Echo’s subtle Body. 3rd ed. Switzerland: Spring Publications, p.70.

Berry, P. (1982). Echo’s subtle body: Contributions to an archetypal psychology. 3rd ed. Dallas, TX: Spring Publications,U.S., p.62.

Bertie – the collected papers, E. (1967). Jung’s Contribution to our Time. New York: The c g Jung foundation for Analytical Psychology inc, p.67.

Bettelheim, B. (1972). The Empty Fortresses – infantile autism and the birth of the self. ed. New York: Macmillan publishing, p.71.

Bettelheim, B. (1978). The Uses of Enchantment – the meaning and importance of fairy tales. Great Britain: Peregrine Books, p.73.

Bettelheim, B. (1987). A Good Enough Parent – the guide to bringing up your child. London: Thames and Hudson ltd, p.72.

Bion, F. and Bion, W. (1991). All my sins remembered: Another part of a life ; and, the other side of genius: Family letters. United Kingdom: Karnac Books, p.83.

Bion, F. and Bion, W. (1994). Clinical seminars and other works. London: Karnac Books, p.75.

Bion, F. and Bion, W. (1997). Taming wild thoughts. London: Karnac Books, p.76.

Bion, W. (1984). Attention and interpretation. 2nd ed. London: Maresfield Reprints, p.74.

Bion, W. (1984). Second thoughts: Selected papers on psycho-analysis. London: Maresfield Reprints.

Bion, W. (1987). Second Thoughts – selected papers on psychoanalysis. 1987th ed. London: Maresfield library, p.80.

Bion, W. (1989). The Grid and the Caesura. London: Karnac Books, p.77.

Bion, W. (1994). Clinical seminars and other works. London: H. Karnac books Ltd, p.82.

Bion, W. (1997). War memoirs 1917 — 1919. London: Karnac Books.

Birkhauser, P., Birkhauser, P. and Reh, A. (1991). Light from the darkness / Licht aus dem Dunkel: The paintings of Peter Birkhauser / die Malerei von Peter Birkhauser. 3rd ed. Basel: Birkhauser Verlag AG, p.85.

Bishop, P. (1989). The myth of Shangri-La: Tibet, travel writing and the western creation of sacred landscape. London: Continuum International Publishing Group, p.88.

Black, D. (2007). Psychoanalysis and religion in the 21st century. London [u.a.]: Routledge, pp.1199 And 1201.

Blackledge, C. (2004). The story of V: Opening Pandora’s box. London: Phoenix (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ), p.89.

Blackmer, J. (1989). Acrobats of the gods: Dance and transformation. Toronto, Canada: Inner City Books, p.90.

Blackmer, J. and Edinger, E. (1995). The Mysterium lectures: A journey through C.G.Jung’s Mysterium Coniunctionis. Canada: Inner City Books.

Blackmer, J. and Edinger, E. (2004). The sacred psyche: A psychological commentary on the Psalms. Canada: Inner City Books.

Bleandonu, G. and Bléandonu, G. (1994). Wilfred Bion: His life and works, 1897-1979. London: Free Association Books, p.79.

Bloch, D. (1978). So the Witch won’t Kill Me. ed. New York: Grove Press inc, p.94.

Bloch, D. (1979). ‘So the witch won’t eat me’: Fantasy and the child’s fear of infanticide. London, United Kingdom: HarperCollins Distribution Services, p.91.

Bloom, W. (1995). Money, heart and mind: Financial well-being for people and planet. London: Viking, p.92.

Blos, P. (1985). Son and father: Before and beyond the Oedipus complex. New York, NY, United States: The Free Press, p.93.

Bly, R. (1920). The sibling society. New York: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, p.96.

Bly, R. (1992). Iron john: A book about men. 2nd ed. United Kingdom: Element Books, p.95.

Bly, R. and Woodman, M. (1999). The maiden king: The reunion of masculine and feminine. London, United Kingdom: Thorsons, p.97.

Boadella, D. (1976). In the Wake of the Third Reich. 2nd ed. London: Coventure Ltd, p.98.

Boadella, D. (1985). Wilhelm Reich: The evolution of his work. 2nd ed. London: Law Book Co of Australasia, p.99.

Boer, C. (1983). The Homeric hymns. 2nd ed. Dallas, TX: Spring Publications,U.S., p.100.

Bogart, G. (2017). Dreamwork in holistic psychotherapy of depression. London: Karnac, p.481.

Bolen, J. (1984). Goddesses in Every Woman. 1985th ed. USA: Harper Colophon, p.102.

Bolen, J. (1992). Ring of power: The abandoned child, the authoritarian father, and the disimpowered feminine ; a Jungian understanding of Wagner’s ring cycle. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, p.103.

Bollas, C. (1995). Cracking up: The work of unconscious experience. London: Routledge, p.104.

Bollas, C. (1996). Forces of destiny: Psychoanalysis and the human idiom. 4th ed. London: Columbia University Press, p.107.

Bollas, C. (2002). Free association: Ideas in psychoanalysis. Cambridge: Totem Books.

Bollas, C. and Bollas, C. (1999). Hysteria. New York: Taylor & Francis, p.106.

Bollas, C. and Bollas, C. (1999). The mystery of things. Hove: Taylor & Francis, p.105.

Bosnak, R. (1996). Tracks in the wilderness of Dr: Exploring interior landscape through practical Dreamwork / Robert Bosnak. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, p.115.

Bosnak, R., Miller, D., Goodwin, K., Andrews, V. and Miller, D. (1987). Facing apocalypse. Dallas, TX: Spring Publications.

Bowlby, J. (1971). Attachment and Loss Vol 1. ATTACHMENT. Pelican 1972, p.109.

Bowlby, J. (1973). Attachment and Loss. Vol 2. SEPARATION anxiety and anger. Great Britain: Penguin Books Ltd, p.108.

Bowlby, J. (1991). Attachment and loss: V. 3: Loss – sadness and depression. 3rd ed. London: Penguin Books.

Boyers, R. and Orrill (eds), R. (1973). Laing and anti-Psychiatry. Harmondsworth: Penguin, p.740.

Branston, B. (1980). Gods of the north. New York: Thames and Hudson, p.118.

Breakwell, G. (1989). Facing physical violence. United Kingdom: Routledge, p.119.

Brewster, F. (n.d.). African Americans and Jungian psychology. p.699.

Brothers, B. (1990). Couples on coupling. New York: Haworth Press, p.120.

Brothers, B. (1993). Peace, war, and mental health: Couples therapists look at the dynamics. New York: Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group, p.121.

Brown, J. (1961). Freud and the Post-Freudians. 1976th ed. England: Penguin, p.124.

Brown, J. (2007). Trapped. United Kingdom: Jennifer Brown, p.112.

Brown, L. and Ballou, M. (1994). Personality and psychopathology: Feminist reappraisals. New York: Guilford Publications, p.125.

Bstan-‘dzin-rgya-mtsho, Hayward, J. and Varela, F. (2001). Gentle bridges. Boston: Shambhala.

Bstan-‘dzin-rgya-mtsho, Hayward, J. and Varela, F. (2001). Gentle bridges. Boston: Shambhala.

Buckley, P. (1986). Essential papers on object relations. New York: New York University Press, p.128.

Buhrmann, V., Buhrmann, M. and Bührmann, V. (1986). Living in two worlds: Communication between a white healer and her black counterparts. United States: Chiron Publications, p.129.

Bunting, M. (2004). Willing slaves: How the overwork culture is ruling our lives. London: HarperCollins Publishers, p.130.

Burleson, B. (2005). Jung in Africa. New York: Continuum International Publishing Group, p.131.

Burman, E. (1994). Deconstructing developmental psychology. New York: Routledge, p.132.

Cabot, C. and Reid, J. (2001). Jung, my mother and I. Einsiedeln: Daimon, p.1015.

Caldwell, L. (2000). Art, creativity, living. London: Karnac Books for the Squiggle Foundation, p.136.

Calvino, I. and Martin, G. (1980). Italian folk tales. New York: Harcourt Publishers Group (Australia) Pty., p.139.

Campbell, B. (1997). Unofficial secrets: Child sexual abuse, the Cleveland case. London: Virago Press, p.134.

Campbell, J. (1970). Masks of god primitive mythology. New York: Penguin (Non-Classics), p.143.

Campbell, J. (1972). Hero with a Thousand faces (Bollingen series). 2nd ed. United States: Princeton University Press, p.147.

Campbell, J. (1979). The masks of god: V. 1: Primitive mythology. New York: Penguin Books.

Campbell, J. (1993). The inner reaches of outer space: Metaphor as myth and as religion. New York: HarperPerennial, p.142.

Campbell, J. and Baum, J. (1955). The mysteries: Papers from the Eranos yearbooks. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, pp.145 and 148.

Campbell, J., Hull, R. and Manheim, R. (1979). The papers from the Eranos yearbooks: Eranos 2: Mysteries. Princeton, NJ, United States: Princeton University Press.

Campbell, J., Hull, R., Manheim, R. and Buonaiuti, E. (1982). Papers from the Eranos yearbooks: Eranos 1: Spirit and nature. United States: Princeton University Press.

Capra, E. and Emmanuelle, C. (1975). The Tao of physics. New York, NY, United States: Shambhala Publications, p.150.

Carlisle, D. (1998). Human Sex Change and Sex Reversal – transvestism and Transexualism. U.K.: Edwin Mellen Press Ltd, p.156.

Carlson, K. (1991). In her image: The unhealed daughter’s search for her mother. Boston: Shambhala Publications, p.152.

Carotenuto, A. (1985). The vertical Labyrinth. Inner city Books Canada, p.140.

Carroll, M. (1996). Counselling supervision: Theory, skills and practice. London: Continuum International Publishing Group, p.141.

Casement, A. (1998). Post-Jungians today: Key papers in contemporary analytical psychology. London: Routledge, p.157.

Casement, A. (2001). Carl Gustav Jung. London: Sage publications, pp.158 And 159 And 160.

Casement, P. (1986). On learning from the patient. London: Tavistock, p.1012.

Casey, E. (1991). Spirit and soul. Dallas, TX: Spring Publications, p.161.

Cashford, J. (1993). The myth of Isis and Osiris. United Kingdom: Barefoot Books, p.163.

Cashford, J. (2000). King Lear. p.168.

Cashford, J. (2004). The Moon – myth and transformation. Kingfisher, London, p.166.

Cashford, J. (2010). Joseph Campbell and the Grail Myth. p.146.

Cashford, J. (2010). Joseph Conrad – Homo Duplex. pp.169 and 170.

Cashford, J. (2011). Poetry and the Dimension of Myth. p.167.

Cashford, J. (2013). Catharsis and Transformation. Ilminster: Kingfisher, p.1185.

Cashford, J. (2013). Reflecting Mirrors. Ilminster: Kingfisher, p.1187.

Cashford, J. (2015). Exploring Cultural Complexes. Ilminster: Kingfisher, p.1186.

Cashford, J. (2015). Gaia and the Soul of the World. Ilminster: Kingfisher, p.1189.

Cashford, J. (2015). The souls of the world and- the Story of Parsifal. Ilminster: Kingfisher Art Productions, p.1194.

Cashford, J. and Baring, A. (1993). The myth of the goddess: Evolution of an image. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Penguin Group (USA), pp.138 or 139 …..

Cashford, J. (n.d.). The Moon. The Greystone Press, p.1225.

Champernowne, I. (1980). A Memoir of Toni Wolff. California: C g Jung Inst, San Francisco, p.172.

Charon, J. (1993). The unknown spirit. London: Coventure, p.179.

Chasseguet-Smirgel, J. (1986). Sexuality and mind: The role of the father and mother in the psyche. London: Karnac Books, p.176.

Chernin, K. (2000). The hungry self: Women, eating, and identity. London: Virago Press.

Chisholm, D. (1992). H.D.’S freudian poetics: Psychoanalysis in translation. Baltimore, MD, United States: Cornell University Press, p.181.

Chodorow, J. and Jung, C. (1997). Jung on active imagination. Princeton, NJ, United States: Princeton University Press, p.183.

Chodron, P. (1997). When things fall apart: Heart advice for difficult times. United States: Shambhala Publications, p.182.

Christopher, E., Solomon, H. and Elphis, C. (1999). Jungian thought in the modern world. London: Free Association Books, p.185.

Christopher, E., Solomon, H. and McFarl, H. (2002). Contemporary Jungian clinical practice. London: Karnac Books, p.184.

Civin, M. (2000). Male, female, e-mail: The struggle for relatedness in a paranoid society. New York: Other Press, p.188.

Clarke, J. (1993). Nature in question: An anthology of ideas and arguments. London: Earthscan.

Clark-Stern, E. (2010). Out of the shadows: A story of Toni Wolff and Emma Jung. Hamilton, Ont.: Fisher King Press, p.190.

Clay, C. (n.d.). Labyrinths. p.673.

Clay, J. (1996). R. D. Laing. London: Hodder & Stoughton, p.736.

Cleary, T. (1991). The Tao of politics: Lessons of the masters of Huainan: Translations from the Taoist classics Huainanzi. Boston: Shambhala Publications, p.192.

Clipstone, A. (1987). Archetypes in action. New York: Vantage Press, p.193.

Coles, P. (2011). The uninvited guest from the unremembered past: An exploration of the unconscious transmission of trauma across the generations. London: Karnac Books, p.195.

Collins, A. (1994). Fatherson: A self psychology of the archetypal masculine. United States: Chiron Publications, p.198.

Colman, L. and Colman, A. (1993). The father: Mythology and changing roles. United States: Chiron Publications, p.196.

Coltart, N. (1993). Slouching towards Bethlehem…: And further psychoanalytic explorations. London: Free Association Books, p.197.

Conger, J. (1989). Jung and Reich: The body in shadow. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books,U.S., p.199.

Cornett, C. (1993). Affirmative dynamic psychotherapy with gay men. New York, NY, United States: Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers, p.202.

Costello, M. (2006). Imagination, illness, and injury. London: Routledge, p.1010.

Covitz, J. (1986). Emotional child abuse: The family curse. Boston: Sigo Press,U.S., p.208.

Covitz, J. (1990). Visions of the night: A study of Jewish dream interpretation. Boston: Shambhala Publications, p.209.

Cowan, L. (1982). Masochism. Dallas, Tex.: Spring Publ., p.491.

Crews, F. (1999). Unauthorized Freud: Doubters confront a legend. New York: Allen Lane, p.211.

Crews, F. and al, e. (1997). The memory wars: Freud’s legacy in dispute. London: Granta Books.

Crinnell, I., Micklem, H. and Baker, I. (1980). Methods of treatment in analytical psychology. Fellbach: Bonz.

Crossen, K. and Edinger, E. (1991). Ego and archetype: Individuation and the religious function of the psyche. Boston: Shambhala Publications.

Crowley, V. (1999). Jung. New Alresford: Godsfield, p.589.

Crowther, C. and Wiener, J. (2015). From tradition to innovation: Jungian analysts working in different cultural settings. United States: Spring Journal.

Cumont, F. (1912). Astrology and religion among the Greeks and Romans. New York: Dover Publications, p.212.

Cumont, F. (1956). The Mysteries of Mithra. USA: Dover, p.213.

Cumont, F. (1956). The Mysteries of Mithra. USA: Dover.

Dahlke, R. and Dethlefsen, T. (2002). The healing power of illness: Understanding what your symptoms are telling you. London, United Kingdom: Vega Books, p.227.

Dallet, J. and Dallett, J. (1991). Saturday’s child: Encounters with the dark gods. Toronto: Inner City Books, p.218.

Daniels, M. (1991). Self-discovery the Jungian way: The watchword technique. London: Routledge, p.217.

D’Ardenne, P., Mahtani, A. and Patricia, A. (1999). Transcultural counselling in action. London: SAGE Publications.

De Becker, G. (1997). The gift of fear. London: Bloomsbury, p.1198.

De Vos, E. (1988). The analytic life. Boston: Sigo Pr., p.443.

De’Angeli, D. and Cashford, J. (1995). Theseus and the Minotaur. Bath: Barefoot Books, p.164.

Dennis, r. and Dennis, S. (2001). Embrace of the daimon: Sensuality and the integration of forbidden imagery in depth psychology. Rochester, VT, United States: Hays (Nicolas) Ltd ,U.S., p.222.

Depeyrot, M. (2010). Healing processes driven by our unconscious in “free wakeful dreaming”: A translation of Georges Romey’s work enriched by a practitioner. United States: Bascom Hill Pub Group, p.223.

Derrida, J., Sellers, S. and Cixous, H. (1994). The Hélène Cixous reader. New York, NY: Routledge, p.187.

Desteian, J. (1990). Coming together–coming apart. Sigo Press, p.225.

Dirkx, J. and Boyd, R. (1990). Personal transformations in small groups: A Jungian perspective. London: Tavistock/Routledge.

Doctor, R. and Ronald (2003). Dangerous patients: A psychodynamic approach to risk assessment and management. London: Karnac Books, p.231.

Domhoff, W. (1990). The mystique of dreams: A search for utopia through Senoi dream theory. Berkeley: University of California Press, p.232.

Douglas, C. (1990). The woman in the mirror: Analytical psychology and the feminine. Boston: Sigo Press,U.S.

Douglas, C. (1993). Translate this darkness. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Douglas, P. and Douglas, M. (1984). Purity and danger: An analysis of the concepts of pollution and taboo. London: Ark Paperbacks.

Dourley, J. (1982). The psyche as sacrament: A comparative study of C.G. Jung and Paul Tillich. Toronto, Ont.: Inner City Books.

Dourley, J. (1984). The illness that we are: Jungian critique of Christianity. Toronto, Canada: Inner City Books.

Dourley, J. (1987). Love, celibacy, and the inner marriage. Toronto, Canada: Inner City Books.

Dourley, J. (1990). Goddess, mother of the Trinity: A Jungian implication. United States: Edwin Mellen Press.

Downing, C. (1993). Myths and mysteries of same-sex love. New York: Continuum.

Downing, C. (1994). The Long Journey home: Re-visioning the myth of Demeter and Persephone for our time. Iowa City, IA, United States: Shambhala Publications.

Doyle, C. (2004). Work and organizational psychology. Hove: Psychology Press.

Dozier, R. (2000). Fear itself: The origin and nature of the powerful emotion that shapes our lives and our world. New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Griffin.

Dreifuss, G. (2018). Studies in jung Ian psychology. Work and Reflections Life Long. Publications 1965-2002. SPublication. Self publication.

Duncan, A. and Adams, T. (2003). The feminine case: Jung, aesthetics and creative process. London: Karnac Books.

Duncan, R. (1996). Spring 59. Woodstock, ct.: Spring Publications.

Duncan, R. and Hillman, J. (1996). Spring 59. Woodstock, ct.: Spring Publications, p.503.

Dunlap, P. (2008). Awakening our faith in the future: The advent of psychological liberalism. London, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis.

Dunne, C. (2001). Carl Jung. New York: Continuum, p.587.

Dychtwald, K. (1978). Bodymind. United States: Jove Publications.

Dyer, D. (1999). Cross-currents of Jungian thought. Boston: Shambhala Publications.

Early, E. (1993). The Raven’s return: The influence of psychological trauma on individuals and culture. United States: Chiron Publications.

Echtegoyen, R. (1991). The Fundamentals if Psychodynamic Technique. London: Karnac, p.300.

Edelman, G. (1993). Bright air, brilliant fire: On the matter of the mind. 12th ed. New York, NY: Basic Books.

Edelman, r. and Edelman, S. (1996). Turning the Gorgon: A meditation on shame. United States: Spring Publications,U.S.

Edinger, E. (1972). Ego and Archetype. USA: Penguin.

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