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Relevance of Jungian Clinical Thought. Why I define myself a Jungian?...
Author/s: Concetto Gullotta 
Year:  2011 Issue: 33 Language: Italian 
Pages:  12 Pg. 55-66 FullText PDF:  307 KB
DOI:  10.3280/JUN2011-033005
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The Jungian identity is proposed by the Author as a propensity towards a continuous pursuit suspended between questions and answers with the talent to stand the consequent affective vibrations. Therefore the constitution of identity as analysts has not to be thought in a narrow sense relative to the acquisition of an introspective knowledge of theoretic and technical devices. On the contrary, it has to represent the becoming of an analytical and transformative self-knowledge. In such a view, the therapist identity is grounded on a central core of uncertainty and explorative attitude instead of on a theoretical adhesion. The same psychic dynamism produces this relativistic and perspective method showed by Jung in the organization of his own model as a theory in a continuous transformation following psychic unfolding.
Keywords: Affect, Complex, Archetype, Theory, Theorising

Concetto Gullotta, Relevance of Jungian Clinical Thought. Why I define myself a Jungian?... in "STUDI JUNGHIANI" 33/2011, pp. 55-66, DOI:10.3280/JUN2011-033005


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