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Description - The Herald Dream by Richard Kradin

This monograph focuses on a systemic approach to dream interpretation and the unique importance of the initial dream. The first dream reported in a psychoanalytic therapy session poignantly encapsulates the major issues that the patient brings to the treatment. These dreams 'herald' the trajectory of the treatment and can be interpreted in the service of psychodynamic diagnosis and prognosis.The book melds aspects of Jungian dream analysis, with neo-Freudian analytic thought, current neurobiological concepts, and Buddhist psychology, to yield a rich and powerful understanding of how dreams symbolize the multifaceted aspects of the psyche. Multiple examples of initial dreams are discussed in detail, with suggestions for how they can inform the analytic stance and serve as objects for analysis over the course of a treatment.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781855754508
ISBN-10: 1855754509
Format: Paperback
(230mm x 147mm x mm)
Pages: 170
Imprint: Karnac Books
Publisher: Karnac Books
Publish Date: 1-Jul-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Richard Kradin

Richard Kradin Ph.D. is Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School and member of the Departments of Medicine and the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies at the Massachusetts General Hospital. A Jungian analyst, he is also trained in neo-Freudian psychoanalytic psychotherapy. He is a supervising analyst and teaches courses on dream interpretation to psychotherapists and candidates in psychoanalysis. His major interests include psychosomatic disorders and he is recipient of the Gradiva Award by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis for best paper in psychoanalysis, 'The Psychosomatic Symptom and the Self' (1997).