Psychology at the Threshold

Psychology at the Threshold

A Volume of Selected Papers Edited by Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D. Lionel Corbett, M.D.

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Psychology at the Threshold, which represents in its 25 offerings only a fraction of the presentations at the International Conference held at The University of California, Santa Barbara in the summer of 2000, nonetheless pulls a diverse range of voices together in order to explore the impulses, desires and motions of archetypal psychology's perspectives. From it new ideas and images are nudged across the Threshold into a fuller consciousness, there to be entertained, challenged and modified by the reader's own sense of psyche's unique possibilities. Drawing from the imaginations of therapists, teachers, social and community action workers, artists, scientists, medical personnel, physicists, artists, this volume's intention is to identify and explore trends for psychology and social action in the 21st. century.

Selected Conference Presentations:
Helene Shulman Lorenz and Mary Watkins
Depth Psychology and Colonialism: Individuation, seeing-through, and liberation. (PDF document) 
Ginette Paris - Giegerich/Hillman: What is Going On? (PDF document) 
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