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ISSN (printed): 1828-5147. ISSN (electronic): 1971-8411.
Biannual magazine of the Italian Association for Analytical Psychology. Founded officially in 1995, Studi Junghiani aims to promote the in-depth study and comparative analysis of the various trends and clinical and theoretical themes present in the Association, and, in more general terms, in the Italian and international analytical psychology community. It is also open to contributions from a wider audience of psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and researchers interested in depth psychology and in C.G. Jung’s thought. More specifically, the journal's aim is to lead the way in the diffusion of Jungian thought, both at a cultural and applied level, and to publish research in fields that contribute to a deeper understanding of specific areas of Jung’s theory: the "epistemological and historical" sphere, involving a comparison of analytical psychology with psychiatry, philosophy and the history of ideas; the archetypal area with its references to anthropology, mythology and the various forms of religious experience; the clinical-institutional area, concerning both individual and group therapy, psychopathology, psychotherapy in institutions, and the techniques of active imagination and sandplay therapy.
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