The Muse as Therapist

The Muse as Therapist

A New Poetic Paradigm for Psychotherapy

eBook - 2009
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In recent years there has been a cautious movement towards seeing psychotherapy and counselling as arts not as sciences. In this rich, yet rigorous, multidisciplinary text, this movement is explored in terms of poetry; therapy; dreams; literary texts; Heideggerian, Kantian, and post-modern philosophy; the modern developmental theorising of Daniel Stern; and the politics of psychotherapy regulation. This path-breaking book offers a grounded challenge to reductive visions of the therapy process.
Publisher: London : 2009. Karnac,
ISBN: 9781849407052
1849407053
1855755955
9781855755956
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxxii, 258 p.) : ill

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