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The Transpersonal Relationship in Psychotherapy

  • ID: 2247621
  • Book
  • February 2002
  • 356 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book is written with the sap of three disciplines– philosophy, psychology and physical science: the study of thinking, the study of the psyche and the study of nature. It comes from a lifelong engagement with the meaning of life, death and transformation for the author and for others, which has included a dedication to the mystic traditions in several religions. Professor Clarkson examines the transpersonal relationship, which permeates the work of creativity, healing, growth and dying – particularly in all the healing relationships of psychotherapy. This book is for psychotherapists and all others involved in the healing professions.
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Preface Acknowledgements.

1 What is Transpersonal?.

2 Overview of The transpersonal Relationship Dimension in all Psychotherapies.

3 Transpersonal psychotherapy.

4 Prima Materia– The Opening of Work.

5 Nigredo– Disillusionment in The Theraputic Relationship and in Life.

6 Albedo– Getting Better– The reparative or Developmentally Needed Relationship.

7 Citrinitas– The Existensial person–to–person Relationship.

8 Rubedo– Death and Rebirth, The Transpersonal relationship.

9 The Continuation of The Work– Eternal Return.

10 Transpersonal training, Supervision and Continuing Education.




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Petruska Clarkson
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