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What is Depth Psychology? ~Craig Chalquist PhD

What is Depth Psychology? ~Craig Chalquist PhD | Contemporary | Scoop.it

Historically, depth psychology, from a German term (Tiefenpsychologie), was coined by Eugen Bleuler to refer to psychoanalytic approaches to therapy and research that take the unconscious into account. The term has come to refer to the ongoing development of theories and therapies pioneered by Pierre Janet, William James, Sigmund Freud, and C. G. Jung. Depth psychology explores the relationship between the conscious and the unconscious and includes both psychoanalysis and Jungian psychology.

 

"Depth" refers to what's below the surface of psychic manifestations like behaviors, conflicts, relationships, family dynamics, dreams, even social and political events. The "what" is some deep fantasy or image system inaccessible to purely literal-minded approaches. For example, the...(Click title to continue)

 


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Mark Winborn's curator insight, November 16, 2014 1:08 PM

Interesting analysis of what we mean by "depth psychology" by Craig Chalquist.

Rescooped by Carol Rizzolo from Depth Psych
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What is Depth Psychology? ~Craig Chalquist PhD

What is Depth Psychology? ~Craig Chalquist PhD | Contemporary | Scoop.it

Historically, depth psychology, from a German term (Tiefenpsychologie), was coined by Eugen Bleuler to refer to psychoanalytic approaches to therapy and research that take the unconscious into account. The term has come to refer to the ongoing development of theories and therapies pioneered by Pierre Janet, William James, Sigmund Freud, and C. G. Jung. Depth psychology explores the relationship between the conscious and the unconscious and includes both psychoanalysis and Jungian psychology.

 

"Depth" refers to what's below the surface of psychic manifestations like behaviors, conflicts, relationships, family dynamics, dreams, even social and political events. The "what" is some deep fantasy or image system inaccessible to purely literal-minded approaches. For example, the...(Click title to continue)

 


Via Bonnie Bright
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Mark Winborn's curator insight, November 16, 2014 1:08 PM

Interesting analysis of what we mean by "depth psychology" by Craig Chalquist.