In the Analytical Psychotherapy of C. G. Jung, the development and design of the therapeutic relationship is of greatest importance: The resulting connection is as crucial to outcome and success. In addition to the psychoanalytic work with and within the transfer relationship to the patient, the countertransference of the analyst and the inter-subjective real relationship of psychotherapeutic pair are observed in particular. The book concerns the central concepts of Analytical Psychology and especially the Jungian technique of amplification on the conscious and unconscious relationship aspects during the course of treatment and gives a detailed insight into the dynamics of relations of analytical psychotherapy.
Dr. Claus Brown is a Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer at the C.G. Jung Institute for Psychotherapy.