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The Variety of Dream Experience: Expanding Our Ways of Working With Dreams

Ullman, Montague, & Limmer, Claire (Eds.)

 The focal point of this book, as psychiatrist and dream group pioneer Montague Ullman points out in the Introduction, is that "dream work can . . . provide the basis for a healing experience outside the consulting room without the formal trappings of a therapeutic arrangement. It can be therapeutic without being therapy" (pp. viii-ix). Dream work can transform all aspects of human life. The editors have attempted to "pull together a number of threads to weave a pattern that reflects not only the growing interest in dreams but also the seminal effect that dream work can have in diverse fields. The contributors . .. [have tried] to extend dream work in their own way into their specialized fields of interest" (p. xii). There are 14 chapters, all written specifically for the book and arranged in three sections following a chapter by Ullman entitled "The Experiential Dream Group." Section I, "Aspects of Group Dream Work," contains two chapters. Section II, "The Spread to Other Disciplines," contains seven chapters. Section III, "Applications in Psychology and Psychiatry," has four chapters. Ullman provides introductions for each section.
Publisher Information:New York: Continuum, 1987. 302p. Chap bibls
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