The Self In Psychotic Process

ebook Its Symbolization In Schizophrenia

By John Weir Perry

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C.G. Jung started as a psychiatric learning from schizophrenic patients. Among the Jungian school, only John Weir Perry has continued this line of Jung's work with such depth of understanding, clinical acumen, and the ability to write beautifully.
Perry's therapy in the California Bay Area with acute episodes in young psychotic patients brought him national and international renown. The case of the young housewife diagnosed catatonic schizophrenic demonstrates the interpenetration of collective symbols and individual processes as they come to light in 'breakdown' (Part One), and extends knowledge of the psyche by elucidating symbols of the Self (Part Two).-Print ed.
The Self In Psychotic Process