Wilmette, Ill. : Chiron Publications, c1997.
ix, 206 p.; 23 cm
Jungian analyst and Clinical Psychologist Stanton Marlan has brought together essays by leading Jungian analysts which reflect on a broad range of contemporary psychological and cultural issues. These essays have important implications for our understanding of childhood seduction, trauma, false memory syndrome, victimization, racism, feminism, the issues of conflict and mutuality in the sexes, and the goal of analysis. These themes are treated with wide-ranging philosophical and clinical concern, reflecting both classical and postmodern sensibilities.