Jung Today

Ces deux ouvrages, traduits et publiés en anglais pour une plus large diffusion, sont à l’initiative de trois analystes jungiens du CIPA de Milan (Centro Italiano di Psicologia Analitica). Ils réunissent les contributions d’analystes jungiens du monde entier et apportent une réflexion contemporaine sur des sujets théoriques et cliniques aussi bien à propos de l’analyse des adultes que celle des enfants.

Jung Today: Volume 1 – Adulthood

Table of Contents


 Section One: Theory

Introduction: Beyond Jung, Within Jung

1. The Paradigm of Modernity. (Enzo Vittorio Trapanese)

2. Models of the Unconscious in Jung. (Luigi Aversa)

3. The Individuating Self. The developmental pathways leading to psychic autonomy and the sense of self (Jean Knox)

4. New Models of Dreams. Theory and Interpretation. (Nadia Fina)

5. Relationship and Complexity: Theory of Complexes and Attachment. (Caterina Vezzoli)

6. Ethics and Analytical Psychology. (Hester Solomon)

7. Bios and Archetype. (Giorgio Cavallari)

8. Archetypes as Action Patterns (George Hogenson)

 Section Two: Clinical issues in Adulthood.


9. Setting and the Subjectivity of the Analyst. (Nadia Fina)

10. The Emergence of the Complex in the Analytic Process (Caterina Vezzoli)

11. Archetypal, primary, early. Considerations regarding the ability to recover from trauma and the recognisability of the “child-in-the-adult”. (Rossella Andreoli, Monica Ceccarelli)

12. Counter-transference- The Evolution of a Paradigm. (Susanna Chiesa)

13. Addiction and the Narcissistic Issue in Analytical Psychology. (Nadia Fina)

14. Psychosis, Hallucination Dissociation. (Carlo Melodia)

15. Schizophrenia: Relevance and Dialectics of a Psychiatric Concept. (Cinzia Bressi)

16. On the Transmission of Analytical Knowledge. (Bianca Gallerano and Lorenzo Zipparri)

Jung Today: Volume 2 – Childhood and Adolescence

Table of Contents


 Section One. On Theory and Theory of Technique

Introduction. Live Paradigms and New Subjectivity

1. Transference and the non-total Situation
(Francesco Bisagni, Milan)

2. Michael Fordham’s Deintegration-Reintegration: a Model for Integrating both the Self and Theories
(Gianni Nagliero, Rome)

3. Transference Unlimited: From Newborn to Grownup
(Brigitte Allain-Dupré, Paris)

4. Drawing, Narration, Play in Child Analysis: Vicissitudes and Paths of Individuation
(Rossella Andreoli, Bologna)

 Section Two. Specific Issues on Infant and Child Observations and their Therapeutic Use.

Introduction. The Meaning of Observing.

5. Becoming Human: Infant Observation of an In-Vitro Baby
(Brian Feldman, Palo Alto)

6. Oedipus and the Good Sister, A “Young Child Observation”
(Francesco Bisagni, Milan)

7. Parent-Child Consultation and the Art of the Miniature.
(Monica Ceccarelli, Milan)

 Section Three. Identity Lost, Identity Found.

Introduction: The Bubble and the Analyst

8. Lost in Speed, Lost in Meaninglessness. Latency Subverted.
(Francesco Bisagni, Milan)

9. Identity Formation in Adolescence
(Gustav Bovensiepen, Cologne)

10. Encountering Strangeness and Becoming Oneself: On the Emergence of Sexual Identity in Adolescence
(Brian Feldman, Palo Alto)

11. Barred Doors, absent Doors. Obsessional Thinking and the Uncanny
(Francesco Bisagni, Milan)

12. Living in a Soap Bubble Developmental Breakdown and Defences of the Self in Late Adolescence
(Gustav Bovensiepen, Cologne)

Vol.1 et 2