Invisible guests : the development of imaginal dialogues

by Mary M. Watkins

Book, 1990

Status

Available

Call number

D

Tags

Call number

D

Publication

Boston, Mass. : Sigo Press, c1990.

Physical description

207 p.; 23 cm

Local notes

An eloquent critique of developmental and clinical psychologies and their insistence on listening to only one voice per person. Dr. Mary Watkins is the only person now writing on imagination who knows the field completely, thinks beautifully, and can teach just how to proceed with interior dialogues with imaginal personages.
The author is one of the original group who founded archetypal psychology in the 1970's, and this book is one of her most creative expressions.

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