The Library of Analytical Psychology, Volume 3: The Self and Autism discusses the relationship between the concept of self and autism. The book primarily revolves around the work of Carl Jung. The first part of the book covers the theoretical aspects of analytical psychology; this part covers the concept of archetypes, self, and symbols. The importance of child experiences is also dealt with in the first chapter. The next part discusses the clinical techniques in treating children with autism. The last part presents case studies of infantile autism. The text will be of great use to psychologists, therapists, and councilors who are dealing with clients who have autism. The book will also be of great interest to readers who are concerned with autism.
Editorial Introduction Preface Part One Chapter One The Theory of the Archetypes and the Self Chapter Two Symbolization Chapter Three Religious Experiences Chapter Four Individuation Chapter Five Primary Self, Primary Narcissism and Related Consepts Chapter Six Maturation in the First Two Years: Freudian and Jungian Concepts Compared Appendix Chapter Seven Infantile Autism: A Disorder of the Self Part Two Chapter Eight Reflections on Child Analysis and Therapy Chapter Nine Family Interviews Chapter Ten Child Analytical Psychotherapy Chapter Eleven Notes on the Psychotherapy of Infantile Autism Part Three Case Studies In Autism Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1976
- 1st January 1976
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