RE: Analytical Psych

Chris Stevens (
20 Feb 1995 13:55:43 +1100

If it is Freudian theory and PCP you are interested in, Bill Warren of the
University of Newcastle (Australia) has written on this... International
Journal of PCP... not sure the year etc.

Chris Stevens
University of Wollongong

David Remmert wrote:

> My name is David S. Remmert and I'm in Chicago at the Chicago School of
> Professional Psychology. I am extremely interested in Kelly and PCP and
> have elected to write a theory competency paper on PCP and Analytical
> attempting to build a bridge between the two. I hope that this list can
> give me some good ideas and some direction :-|.
> One last thing. You really should include an adress in the introduction I
> received when I joined specifying where to send postings. Just a

Hi, David:

Welcome to the pcp mailbase. Stephen Soldz has done work comparing PCP
and psychodynamic approaches to psychotherapy. A reference that comes to
mind is an article by him in the _International Journal of Personal
Construct Psychology_ (either vol 1 or 2 c. 1989).

When you say "Analytical Psych" do you mean Carl Jung's work? To view
personal constructs as related to collective archetypes (i.e., bipolar
idealizations) would be fascinating. Is this your line of research?

Hemant Desai