Dallas, Tex. : Spring Publications, Inc., , c1976.
xii, 174 p.; 22 cm
Mary Watkins, an imaginal psychologist, recovers the immeasurable riches of fantasy life, waking dreams, active imagination, and imaginal others, showing with lucid clarity and remarkable care the relevance of fantasy to the practice of psychotherapy, education, and the drama of individual lives. At once historical, critical, and clinical, this book describes American and European approaches to the image, finally delivering readers to their own relation to the imaginal world.
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