Junguianos en otros idiomas

Bibliografía de Autores Junguianos en portugués e inglés

(Actualizado a mayo de 2020)

EN PORTUGUÉS

        • Alvarenga, Ma Zelia de (2007). Mitologia Simbólica. São Paulo: Casa do Psicólogo.

        • Ammann, Ruth (2002). A terapia do Jogo de Areia: Imagens que curam a alma e desenvolvem a personalidade. Sao Paulo: Paulus.

        • Argollo, Djalma (2004). Jung e a Mediunidade. Salvador: Fundacao Lar Harmonia.

        • Bair Deirdre (2006). Jung: Uma biografia. Volume 1 e 2. São Paulo. Editora Globo.

        • Berry, Patricia (2008). Echo’s Subtle Body: Contributions to an Archetypal Psychology. Putnam: Spring Publications.

        • Baptista, Silvia (2008). O arquétipo do Caminho: Guilgamesh e Parsifal de maos dadas. Sao Paulo: Casa do Psicólogo.

        • Barcelos Gustavo (2012). Psique e imagem. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Barcelos Gustavo (2010). O Irmão: Psicologia do arquétipo fraterno. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Boechat, Walter (2008). A Mitopoese da Psique: Mito e individuação. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Borten, George (2001). O Caminho de Jung. (S. e.)

        • Bosnak, Robert (2006). Breve curso sobre Sonhos: Técnica junguiana para trabalhar com os sonhos. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Butler, Jason A. (S. f.). Psicologia Arquetípica: O legado clinico de James Hillman. (S. e.)

        • Clarke, J.J. (1992). Em Busca de Jung: Indagacoes Históricas e Filosóficas. Río de Janeiro: Eidouro S.A.

        • Congreso Brasileiro de Psicologia Junguiana (III). Anales do Congreso: Fenomeno da Violencia e Saúde Mental. 2008.

        • Da Silveira, Nise (2001). O mundo das Imagens. Sao Paulo: Editora Atica.

        • Da Silveira, Nise (1995). Jung: Vida e obra. Río de Janeiro: Paz e Terra.

        • Da Silveira, Nise (1998). Gatos: a emoçao de lidar. Río de Janeiro: Léo Christiano Editorial.

        • Dieckmann, Hans (1986). Contos de fada vividos. Sao Paulo: Paulinas. 

        • Dehlke, Rüdger (1992). A Doença como Linguagem da Alma: Os sintomas como oportunidades de desenvolvimento. Sao Paulo: Editora Cultrix. 

        • Edinger, Edward (1982). Ego e Arquétipo. Sao Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Edinger, Edward (1985). Anatomia da Psique: O Simbolismo Alquímico na Psicoterapia. Sao Paulo.

        • Edinger, Edward (2006). Anatomia da Psique: O simbolismo Alquímico da  Psicoterapia. São Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Edinger, Edward (2008). O mistério da Coniunctio: Imagem alquímica da Individuação. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Edinger, Edward (2008). Ciencia da Alma: uma perspectiva junguiana. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Edinger, Edward (S.f.). A Criação da Consciência: O mito de Jung para o homen moderno. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Edinger, Edward (1986). O encontro com o Self: Um comentario junguiano sobre as «ilustracoes do Libro de Jó» de William Blake. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Eliade, Mircea (1980). A prova do Labirinto. Madrid: Edicoes Cristandade, S. L.

        • Eliade, Mircea (1978). História das Crenças e das Idéias Religiosas. Tomo 1. Río de Janeiro: Zahar Editores.

        • Eliade, Mircea (S.f.). Ocultismo, bruxaria e correntes culturais (S.e.)

        • Estes, Clarissa P (1993). O Dom da História: Uma fábula sobre o que é suficiente. (S.e.).

        • Estes, Clarissa P (2007). A Ciranda das Mulheres Sábias: Ser jovem enquanto velha, velha en quanto jove. (S.e.)

        • Fierz, H. Karl (2007). Psiquiatria Junguiana. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Fordham, Michael (1994). A Criança Como Indívíduo. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Gambini, Roberto (). O espelho indio: Os jesuitas e a destruiçao da alma indígena. Río de Janeiro: Editora Espaço e Tempo.

        • Gimenes, Patrícia D. (2009). Adolescência e escolha: um espaço ritual para a escolha profissional através do Sandplay e dos sonhos. São Paulo: Casa do Psicólogo.

        • Gimenes, Patrícia (2009). Adolescência e escolha: um espaço ritual para a escolha profissional através do Sandplay e dos sonhos. São Paulo: Casa do Psicólogo.

        • Jacobi, Mario (2007). Saudades do Paraíso: Perspectivas Psicológicas de um arquétipo. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Gomes, Anderson D (2015). Sombra e contratransferencia na relacao terapeutica. Monografía. Sao Paulo Facis.

        • Greene, Liz & Sharman Juliet (2001). Uma viagem através dos mitos: O significado dos mitos como uma guia para a vida. Rio de Janeiro: Jorge Zahar Ed.

        • Green, Liz e Arroyo, Stephen (S.f.). Júpiter e Saturno. Ed. Pensamento.

        • Grinberg, Luiz Paulo (S.f.). Jung: O homen criativo. Ed FTD.

        • Hall, Calvin & Nordby, Vernon (S.f.). Introducao á Psicologia Junguiana. Sao Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Hall, James A. (2007). Jung e a Interpretação dos Sohnos: Manual de teoria e Prática. São Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Hannah, Barbara (2003). Jung: Vida e Obra: Uma memória biográfica. Porto Alegre: Artmed Editora.

        • Hillman, James (2011). Psicologia Alquímica. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Hillman, James (1993). Suicídio e Alma. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Hillman, James (1993). Paranoia. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Hillman, James (1981). Estudos de Psicologia Arquetípica. Río de Janeiro: Achiamé.

        • Hillman, James (1985). Anima: Anatomia de uma Nocao Personificada. São Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Hillman, James (1989). Entre Vistas. São Paulo: Summus.

        • Hillman, James (S.f.). Ficcoes que curam: Psicoterapía e imaginacao em Freud, Jung e Adler. Campinas: Verus.

        • Hillman, James (2010). O pensamento do coracao e a alma do mundo. Campinas: Verus.

        • Hillman, James (1984). Uma busca interior em Psicologia e religiao. Sao Paulo: Paulus.

        • Hillman, James (1993). Cidade & Alma. Sao Paulo: Studio Nobel. 

        • Hillman, J. y Ventura, M. (1995 ). Cem anos de psicoterapia… e o munda está cada vez pior. São Paulo: Summus.

        • Hoffman, Edward (2005). A sabedoria de Carl Jung. Sao Paulo: Palas Athena

        • Hollis, James (1995). Rastreando os deuses: O lugar do mito na vida moderna. Sao Paulo: Paulus.

        • Hopcke, Robert H. (2012). Guia para a Obra Completa de C.G. Jung. Petrópolis, RJ: Vozes.

        • Hopcke, Robert H. (1993). Jung, Junguianos e a Homossexualidade. Petrópolis, RJ: Vozes.

        • Jacobi, Mario (2010). Psicoterapia Junguiana e a Pesquisa Contemporânea com Criancas: Padroes básicos de intercâmbio emocional. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Jacobi, Mario (2007). Saudades do paraíso: Perspectivas psicológicas de um arquétipo. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Jaffe, A., Frey, L., y Von Franz, M-L. (1980). A morte á luz da psicologia. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Jellouschek, Hans (2013). Espelho, espelho nosso: Encontros e desencontros refletidos em contos de fadas e mitos. Campinas, SP: Verus Editora. 

        • Johnson, Robert A. (1989). Inner Work: A Chave do Reino Interior. Sao Paulo: Mercuryo.

        • Jung, Carl G. (1985). Suicídio e Alma. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Jung, Carl G. (2011). Seminários sobre Sonhos de crianças: Sobre o método de interpretação dos sonhos. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Jung, Carl G. (1991). Un mito moderno sobre coisas vistas no céu. Petrólopolis: Ed. Vozes.

        • Jung, Carl G. y Wilhelm, Richard (1991). El secreto de la Flor de Oro. Buenos Aires: Editorial Paidós.

        • Jung, Emma (1967). Anima e Animus. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Kast, Verena (2010). Sohnos: A Linguagem Enigmática do Inconsiente. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Kast, Verena (S.f.). A ansiedades e formas de lidar com ela nos contos de fadas. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Kimbles, S. (2014). Narrativas fantasmas: As contribuições invisíveis da cultura à psique. Cap. 1, 4, 5, 6, 8. (pp. 1-14). London Rowman
          & Littlefield.

        • Kluger, Rivkah S. (1999). O significado arquetípico de Gilgamesh, um moderno herói antigo. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Maxence Jean-Luc (2004). Jung é a Aurora da Maconaria. O pensamento junguiano na Ordem Maconica. Brasil: Madras.

        • Nagy, Marilyn (2003). Questoes filosóficas na psicologia de C.G. Jung. Petrópolis: Vozes.

        • Neuman, Erich (1968). História da Origem da Consciéncia. São Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Neumann, Erich (1980). A crianca. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Neumann, Erich (S.f.). Amor e Psiquê: Uma contribucao para o desenvolvimento de psiquê Feminina. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Neumann, Erich (2011). O Medo do Feminino. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Patai, Raphael (1972). O mito e o homem moderno. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Penna Lucy (1989). Corpo sofrido e mal amado: As experiências da mulher com própio corpo. Sao Paulo: Summus.

        • Perera, Sylvia B. (1985). Caminho para a iniciacao feminina. Sao Paulo: Ed. Paulinas.

        • Portela M, Mayra (2014). Interpretacao Simbólica do Tratado Alquímico «Splendor Solis»: A relevancia da Prima Materia no Proceso de Individuacao. Sao Pablo: Pontificia Universidades Católica de Sao Paulo.

        • Ramalho, Cybele M. (Org.) (2010). Psicodrama e Psicologia Analítica – construindo pontes. Sao Paulo: Iglu Ed.

        • Ramos, Denise G. (1994). A psique do corpo: uma compreensão simbólica da doença. São Paulo: Summus.

        • Rodriguez de Sá, José F. (). «Sonhos» de Akira Kurosawa: Uma leitura Junguiana. Saarbrücken: Novas Edicoes Acadêmicas.

        • Saiani, Claudio (2000). Jung e a Educação: Uma análise da relação professor/aluno. São Paulo: Escrituras Editora.

        • Samuels, Andrew (1992). A Psique Plural: Pesonalidade, Moralidade e o Pai. Río de Janeiro: Imago Editora.

        • Samuels, Andrew (1986). Dicionário crítico de análise Junguiana. Río de Janeiro: Rubedo.

        • Samuels, Andrew (1989). Jung e os Pós-junguianos. Río de Janeiro: Imago Editora.

        • Samuels, Andrew (2002). A política no Diva: Cidadania e vida interior. Sao Paulo: Summus.

        • Sandford, John A. (2007). Os Sonhos e a Cura da Alma. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Sandford, John A. (2007). Mal: O lado sombrio da Realidade. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Schwartz-Salant, Nathan (1982). Narcisismo e transformacao do carácter. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Schwartz-Salant, Nathan (1989). A personalidade limítrofe: Visao e cura. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Shamdasani, Sonu (2006). Jung Stripped Bare by His Biographers, Even. London: Karnac Books Ltd.

        • Shamdasani, Sonu (2011). Jung e a construcao da psicologia moderna: O Sonho de uma Ciencia. Sao Paulo: Ideias & Letras.

        • Stein, Robert (1978). Incesto e amor humano: a traicao da alma na psicoterapia. Sao Paulo: Ed Simbolo.

        • Stevens, Anthony (S.f.). Jung, vida e pensamento (S.e.)

        • Sicuteri, Roberto (1978). Astrologia e Mito: Símbolos e mitos do Zodiaco na psicologia profunda. Sao Paulo: Editora Pensamento.

        • Stein, Murray e Schwartz Nathan (1992). Transferência – Contratransferência. São Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Ulson, Glauco (1988). O método junguiano. Sao Paulo: Ed. Ática.

        • Vitale, Neumann, Stein, Hillman, Von der Heydt (1977). Paes e Maes (S.e.)

        • Von Franz, Marie-Louise (2002). A Sombra e O Mal nos Contos de Fada. São Paulo: Paulus.

        • Von Franz, Marie-Louise (1988). Reflexos da alma: Projecao e recolhimento interior na Psicologia de C.G. Jung. Sao Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Von Franz, Marie-Louise (2011). Sohnos: Um estudo dos sonhos de Jung, Descartes, Sócrates e Outras Figuras Históricas. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Von Franz, M-L e Hillman, J. (1971). A Tipologia de Jung. São Paulo: Cultrix. Von Franz: “A Função Inferior”.

        • Von Franz, Marie-Louise (1979). A Alquimia e a Imaginacao Ativa. Sao Paulo: Editora Cultrix.

        • Von Franz, Marie-Louise (2010). O Feminino nos Contos de Fadas. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.

        • Whitmont Edward C (1969). A Busca do Símbolo: Conceitos Básicos de Psicologia Analítica. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

        • Woodman, Marion (1999). A virgem grávida: Um processo de transformacao psicológica. Sao Paulo: Paulus.
        •  
        • Woodman, Marion (2003). A feminilidade consciente: entrevistas com Marion Woodman. Sao Paulo: Paulus.
        •  
        • Woodman, Marion (1980). A coruja era filha do padeiro: Obesidade, anorexia nervosa e o feminino reprimido. Sao Paulo: Cultrix.

 

EN INGLÉS

        • Adams Michael V. (2014). For love of the Imagination: Interdisciplinary Applications of Jungian Psychoanalysis. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Alschuler, Lawrence R. (2006). The Psychopolitics of Liberation: Political Consciousness from a Jungian Perséctive. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

        • Astor James (1995). Michael Fordham: Innovations in Analytical Psychology. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Austin Sue (2005). Women’s Aggressive Fantasies: A Post-Jungian Exploration of Self-Hatred, Love and Agency. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Beebe, John (1992). Integrity in Depth. Texas: Texas A&M University Press.

        • Bendayán Gertrudis de (2007). Ecce Mullier. Nietzsche and the eternal feminine: an Analytical Psychological Perspective. Illinois: Chiron Publications.

        • Berg, Astrid (2012). Connecting with South Africa: Cultural Communication & Understanding. Texas: Texas A&M University Press.

        • Bertine, Eleanor (1992). Close Relationships: Family, Friendship, Marriage. Toronto: Inner City Books

        • Bertoia Judi (1993). Drawings from a Dying Child: Insights into Death from a Jungian Perspective. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Bishop Paul (Ed)(1999). Jung in contexts: A reader. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Bishop, Paul (1995). The Dionysian Self: C.G. Jung’s Reception of Friedrich Nietzsche. Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruter.

        • Bly Robert (1988). A little Book on the Human Shadow. Ed. By William Booth. San Francisco: Harper Collins Publishers.

        • Boyd Robert D. (2005). Personal Transformations in Small Groups.: A Jungian Perspective. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Bradway Katherine & McCoard Barbara (2010). Sandplay – Silent Workshop of the Psyche. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Bradway Katherine et al. (1988). Sandplay Studies: Origins, theory and Practice. San Francisco: Sigo Press.

        • Bradway K, Chambers L and Chiaia M.E. (2005). Sandplay in Three Voices. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Broadribb Donald (1990). The Dream Story Studies in Jungian Psychology. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Broadribb Donald (1995). The Mystical Chorus: Jung and the Religious Dimension. New Century Schoolbook.

        • Brooke Roger (Ed.) (2000). Pathways into the Jungian World: Phenomenology and Analytical Psychology. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Cambray Joseph and Carter Linda (Ed.) (2004). Analytical Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Analysis. New York: Brunner-Routledge.

        • Cambray Joseph (2012). Synchronicity: Nature & Psyche in an Interconnected Universe. Texas A&M University Press.

        • Campbell Joseph (1971). The Portable Jung, New York: Penguin Books

        • Carotenuto Aldo (1985). The Vertical Labyrinth: Individuation in Jungian Psychology. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Casement Ann (2001). Carl Gustav Jung. London: Sage Publications.

        • Casement Ann (Ed.) (2007). Who Owns Jung?. London: Karnac.

        • Casement Ann (Ed.)(1998). Post-Jungians Today: Key Papers in Contemporary Analytical Psychology. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Chodorow Joan (1999). Dance Therapy & Psychology: The Moving Imagination. London and New York: Routledge.

        • Chistopher, Elphis & Solomon, Hester (2003). Contemporary Jungian Clinical Practice. London New York: Karnac.

        • Clark-Stern Elizabeth (2010). Out of the Shadows: A Story of Tony Wolff and Emma Jung. Camel: Genoa House.

        • Corbett Lionel (1996). The Religious Function of the Psyche. New York: Routledge.

        • Convington C. & Wharton, B. (2003). Sabina Spielrein: Forgotten Pionner of Psychoanalysis. Routledge.

        • Corbin, Eliade, Jung, Knoll, Van der Leeuw, Masignon, Neumann, Plessner, Puech, Quispel, Wilhelm (1958). Man and Time: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

        • Damery Patricia (2010). Farming Soul: A Tale of Initiation. USA & Canada: Fisher King Press.

        • Dieckmann, Hans (1991). Methods in Analytical Psychology: An Introduction. Illinois: Chiron Publication.

        • Dieckmann, Hans (1986). Twice-Told Tales: The Psychological Use of Fairy Tales. Illinois: Chiron Publication.

        • Dieckmann, Hans (1999). Complexes: Diagnosis and Therapy in Analytical Psychology, Illinois: Chiron Publications

        • Douglas Claire (2006). The Old Woman’s Daughter: Transformative Wisdom for Men and Women. Texas: Texas A&M University Press.

        • Dourley John P (2008). Paul Tillich, Carl Jung and the Recovery of Religion.London and New York: Routledge.

        • Dunne Claire (2000). Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul: An Illustrated Biography. London: The Tower Building.

        • Edinger, Edward (1972). Ego and Archetype. Boston & London: Shambhala.

        • Edinger Edward (1987). The Christian Archetype: A Jungian Commentary on the Life of Christ. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (2000). Ego and Self: The Old Testament Prophets, from Isaiah to Malachi. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (1986). Encounter with the Self: A Jungian Commentary on William Blake’s Illustrations of the Book of Job. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (1995). Meville’s Moby-Dick: An American Nekia. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (1996). The Aion Lectures: Exploring the Self in C.G. Jung’s Aion. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (1986). The Bible and the Psyche: Individuation Symbolism in the Old Testament. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (1984). The Cration of Consciousness: Jung’s Myth for Modern Man. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (1999). The Psyche in Antiquity. Book One, Early Greek Philosophy from Thales to Plotinus. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger Edward (s.f.). Transformation of the God-Image: An Elucidation of Jung’s Answer to Job. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Edinger E. and Blackmer J. (1995). Mysterium Lectures: A Journey Through C.G. Jung’s Mysterium Comiunctionis. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Ellwood Robert (1999). The Politics of Myth: A Study of C.G. Jung, Mircea Eliade and Joseph Campbell. Albany: State University of New York Press.

        • Fierz, Heinrich K. (1991). Jungian Psychiatry. Suiza: Daimon Verlag.

        • Fike, Matthew (2009). A Jungian Study of Shakespeare: The Visionary Mode. N.Y.: Palgrave MacMillan.

        • Fordham, Michael (2002). Explorations into the Self. London New York: Karnac.

        • Fordham, Michael (1990 ). Jungian Psychotherapy: A Study in Analytical Psychology. London: Maresfield Library.

        • Fordham, Michael et al. (2002). Technique in Junguian Analysis. London New York: Karnac.

        • Fordham, Michael et al (1973). Analytical Psychology: A modern Science. London: Heinemann Medical Books Ltd.

        • Fordham Michael et al (1976 ). The Self and Autism. London: Heinemann Medical Books Ltd.

        • Fordham, Michael (1998), Freud, Jung, Klein: The Fenseless Field: Essays on Psychoanalysis and Analytical Psychology. London and New York: Routledge

        • Fordham, Michael (2005), Analyst – Patient Interaction: Collected Papers on Technique. London and New York: Routledge

        • Fierz Heinrich Karl (1991). Jungian Psychiatry. Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

        • Forest, Kai Charles (2007). From Harvard to Homelessness… and Beyond: Jungian / Archetypal Understanding. (S.e.).Gendlin Eugene (1986). Let your body interpret your dreams. Illinois: Chiron Publications.

        • Gabbard Glen O. and Lester Eva P. (2003). Boundaries and Boundary Violations in Psychoanalysis. London: American Psychiatric Publishing. Inc.

        • Gambini (2003). Soul & Culture. Texas: Texas A&M University Press.

        • Garden, Anna-María (s.f.). Burnout: The Effect of Jungian Type. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

        • Garry, Jane and & El-Shamy, Hasan (Ed.) (2005). Archetypes and Motifs in Folklore and Literature: A Hnadbook. London: M.E. Sharpe.

        • Gordon Rosemary (2000). Dying and Creating: A Search for Meaning. London: Karnac.

        • Goss, Phil (2011). Men, Women and Relationships: A post-Jungian Approach. Gender Electrics and Magic Beans. London: Routledge.

        • Gray, Frances (2008). Jung, Irigaray and Individuation: Philosophy, Analytical Psychology, and the Question of the Femenine. London: Routledge.

        • Gray, Richard M. (1996). Archetypal Explorations: An Integrative Approach to Human Behavior. Londos: Routledge.

        • Guggenbühl Craig Adolf (1986). Eros on crutches: On the Nature of the Psychopath. Dallas: Spring Publications.

        • Guggenbühl Craig Adolf (2008). Marriage is dead – Long live marriage! Putnam: Spring Publications.

        • Guggenbühl Craig, Adolf (1995). From the Wrong Side: A Paradoxical Approach to Psychology. Dallas: Spring Publications.

        • Guggenbühl Craig Adolf (1980). The empty Soul. Woodstock: Spring Publications.

        • Gustavson, John Richard (2004). Wolfgang Pauli 1900 to 1930: His Early Physics in Jungian Perspective. Mineapolis: University of Minnesota.

        • Haisig James (1979). Imago Dei: A study of CG Jung’s Psychology of Religion. London: Associated University Presses.

        • Hall, James A. (1983). Jungian Dream Interpretation: A Hnadbook of Theory and Practice. Canada: Inner City Books.

        • Hannah, Barbara (2000). The Inner Journey: Lectures and Essays on Jungian Psychology. Canada: Inner City Books.

        • Hannah, Barbara (2006). The Archetypal Symbolism of Animals: Lectures given al the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich 1954-1958. Illinois: Chiron Publications.

        • Harris, Judith (2003). Signifying Pain: Constructing and Healing the Self through Writing. N. Y.: State University of New York.

        • Henderson, Joseph (1990). Shadow and Self: Select papers in Analytical Psychology. Illinois: Chiron Publications.

        • Henderson, Joseph (1984). Cultural Attittudes in Psychologycal Perspective. Toronto: Inner City Books.

        • Henderson, Joseph and Sherwood Dyane (2003). Transformation of the Psyche: The Symbolic Alchemy of the Splendor Solis. New York: Brunner Routledge.

        • Heuer, Gottfried (Ed.) (2011). Sexual Revolutions: Psychoanalysis, History and the Father. London: Routledge.

        • Hill, John. At home in the World: Sounds and Symmetries of belonging. Louisiana: Spring Journal Books.

        • Hillman, James (1976). Suicide and the Soul. Zurich: Spring Publications.

        • Hillman, James (1992). Emotion: A comprehensive Phenomenology of Theories and their Meanings for Therapy. Illinois: NNorthwestern University Press.
        • Hockley Luke and Gardner Lslie (2011). House: The Wounded Healer on Television. London: Routledge.

        • Hockley, Lucke (2007). Frames of Mind: A Post-Jungian Look at Cinema, Television and Technology. Chicago: Intellect Bristol.

        • Hollis, James (2000). The Archetypal Imagination. Texas: Texas A&M University Press.

        • Hotson, Gary V (2000). An Empirical Investigation of Jung’s Dream Theory: a Test of Compensatory vs Papallel Dreaming. Winnipec: University of Manitoba.

        • Hull, R.F.C. (Trad.). C. G. Jung: The Undiscovered Self. New York: Penguin.

        • Huskinson, Lucy (2004). Nietzsche and Jung: The Whole Self in the Union of Opposites. London: Routledge.

        • Huskinson, Lucy (Ed) (2008). Dreaming the Myth Onwards: New Directions in Jungian Therapy and Thought. London: Routledge.

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        • Iaccino, James F. (1998). Jungian Reflections within the Cinema: A Psychological Analysis of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Archetypes.

        • Izod, John (2001). Myth, Mimd and the Screen: Understanding the heroes of our Time. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.

        • Izod, John and Dovalis, Joanna (2015). Cinema as Therapy: Grief and Transformational Film. London: Rutledge.

        • Izod, John et al. (2012). Lindsay Anderson: Cinema Authorship. New York: Manchester University Press.

        • Jacoby, Mario (1991). Shame and the Origins of Self-Esteem: A Jungian Approach. London: Routledge.

        • Jacoby, Mario (1985). Longing for Paradise: Psychological Perspectives on an Archetype. Canada: Inner City Books.

        • Jacoby, Mario (2004). Jungian Psychotherapy & Contemporary Infant Research: Basic Patterns of Emotional Exchange. London: Routledge. 

        • Johnson, Robert A. (1989). Inner Work: Using Dreams & Active Imagination for Personal Growth. San Francisco: Harper.

        • Jung, Carl G. (1976). The Visions Seminars. Book 1 and 2. Zurich: Spring Publications.

        • Hill John (2010). At Home in the World. Sounds and Symmetries of Belonging. New Orleans, Louisiana: Spring Journal Books.

        • Hillman James (1973). Suicide and the Soul. Zurich: Spring Publication.

        • Hillman James (1997). Emotion: A Comprehensive Phenomenology of Theories and their Meaning for Therapy. Illinois: Northwestern University Press.

        • Hillman James (1991). A Blue Fire: Select Writings. N.Y.: Spring Publication.

        • Hillman James et al. (1994). Puer Papers. Zurich: Spring Publication.

        • Heisig, James W. (1983). Imago Dei: A study of C.G. Jung’s Psychology of Religion. London: Associated University Press.

        • Jaffé Aniela (1979). CG Jung: Word and Image. Bollingen: Princeton University Press.

        • Johnson Robert A. (1986). Inner Work: Using Dreams & Active Imagination for Personal Growth. San Francisco: Harper Collins Publishers.

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