Wilmette, Ill. : Chiron Publications, c1989.
x, 242 p.; 24 cm
An in-depth study that stresses the importance of the imagination in the psychotherapy of borderline conditions. Psychoanalytic theory, object relations, and developmental approaches are combined with a Jungian archetypal orientation to delve into deep structures within the borderline sector and the analytic encounter
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