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The World's Worst Club

James Hollis reviews books by Charlotte Mathes and Mary Jane Hurley Brant, which address the difficult task of moving forward after the death of a child.  

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This Talk of Soul: What Does It Mean?

In a review originally published in Round Table Review, Mary Stamper considers the impact of The Logos of the Soul, a little-known work by the late Jungian analyst Evangelos Christou (our thanks to Dolores Brien for her editorial - and detective - work on this essay).

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The Shadow and the Groundhog

Italian psychiatrist Massimo Lanzaro explores the concept of the shadow -- that part of us we fail to see or know -- in this review of Harold Ramis' film Groundhog Day

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Supervision's Difficulty with Itself: A Supervisee's View of the Process

Jungian analyst Gretchen Heyer explores the unique power dynamics of the supervisory relationship and suggests that subversion is an essential element in the success of supervision.

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