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A Memoir of Toni Wolff

By: Irene Champernowne

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A Memoir of Toni Wolff by English psychological counselor Irene Champernowne, a book originally published by the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco in 1983, describes the analysis of a series of dreams that its author brought in the early 1950s to Antonia “Toni” Wolff, one of the original Jungian analysts in Zurich.

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A Memoir of Toni Wolff by English psychological counselor Irene Champernowne, a book originally published by the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco in 1983, describes the analysis of a series of dreams that its author brought in the early 1950s to Antonia “Toni” Wolff, one of the original Jungian analysts in Zurich. Both women were used to being pioneers. Champernowne had inaugurated art therapy in England, and Wolff had been extremely close to Jung throughout the initial development of analytical psychology. Champernowne’s account of their discussions is a tremendously engaging work throughout which, as Joseph Henderson says in his foreword, “the personal connection between the two women is vividly described.” (C G Jung Inst of San Francisco)

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Publisher:C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco
Edition:1st Edition
Binding:Paperback
Volume(s):1
About the Author:Irene Champernowne was an English woman who founded and directed a unique treatment center for emotionally disturbed people at a country house. She also was the patient of Toni Wolff, patient, student, analyst, and mistress of C.G. Jung.
Product Dimensions:6.8 x 4.2 x 1 inches
Pages:56
Publication Date:1980