Chiaia, Maria Ellen. MEETING AND CREATIVE EMERGENCE: THE SILENT INTERPENETRATING MIX OF THERAPIST AND PATIENT

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Chiaia, Maria Ellen
MEETING AND CREATIVE EMERGENCE: THE SILENT INTERPENETRATING MIX OF THERAPIST AND PATIENT

Volume 10, Number 2, 2001

KEY WORDS: trauma, interpenetrating, mix, mix-up, Jungian, analytic, psychoanalytic, meeting, co-transference, transference, countertransference, creative emergence, unio mystica, mysterium coinunctionis, sandplay therapy, interpersonal, inter subjective, early wounding, depression, clinical example.

ABSTRACT: The author focuses on early trauma and in the importance of silence when working with preverbal wounding. She synthesizes a number of theoretical perspectives including sandplay theory & practice and Jungian analytic and psychoanalytic theories. Clinical examples are included. (This article is based on a presentation given at the 2001 Psychoanalytic Division 39 of the APA in Santa Fe, NM).