Designed for both the beginner and the experienced clinician, this book serves as a reference for the basic methodological problems encountered in the practice of Jungian psychology. It covers areas such as initial interviews, scheduling of sessions and fees, methods of working with various age groups, and dream interpretation.
Hans Dieckmann, M.D., was president of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. He founded the C. G. Jung Institute of Berlin, where he taught for a number of years. A patron of the Cape of Good Hope Center in South Africa and the C. G. Jung Institute of Perth, Dieckmann is the author of many articles and books, among them Twice-Told Tales: The Psychological Use of Fairy Tales.