Suggested Reading

Suggested Reading

CSTA Professional Papers

The following papers were written by Colorado Sandplay Therapists. Some are about specific symbols, some about Jungian psychology, some about Buddhism. If you would like to read any of these papers please email us .  We will do our best to put you in touch with the authors.

Gayle Bodine, ATR, Thornton.
– Artemis
– The Alter

Nancy Burnett, PhD, ISST Candidate, Denver.
– Red Riding Hood A View in the Looking Glass…the heart…

Laurel Howe, MA, Jungian Analyst, Denver
– Holding Ground: Job as a model for the experience of the autonomous psyche
– Listening to Schizophrenia: A review of The Far Side of Madness by John Weir Perry
– Necessary Evil: What Divine Providence according to Luzzatto, the Jungian individuation process, and Christ as a symbol of the Self have in common.
– A Larger Sense of Self: Shifting identity through Zen meditation and Jungian psychotherapy. A review of Gathering the Light by Walter Odajnik.
– Seeing Invisible Faces: Common threads in mindfulness-awareness meditation and Jungian analysis (2pp.)
– Regard all dreams as Dharma (1p)
– Introduction to Sandplay Therapy for Children

Sandra Montgomery, LCSW, ISST Candidat, Colorado Springs
– The Snake

Marlene Moody, MA, Westminster
& Grace Foster Pollard, MA, LPC, ISST (Teaching Member), Boulder
– Five Buddha Energies

Jeane Rhodes, Ph.D, LPC
– Birth Imagery in Sandplay


 

Many of the following titles can be ordered from the Los Angeles Jung Institute BookstoreBookFinderalso carries used and out of print books.


Sandplay Therapy

Ammann, R. (1991). Healing and transformation in sandplay: Creative processes become visible. (W.P. Ranier, trans.) LaSalle, Il: Open Court

Armatruda, K. and Simpson, P.H. (1998). Sandplay, the sacred healing: A guide to the symbolic process

Bradway, K. (2002). Sandplay bridges and transcendent function. San Francisco: C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco

Bradway, K. (2000). Sandplay: Silent workshop of the psyche. New York: Routledge

Bradway, K., et al. (1981). Sandplay studies. San Francisco, CA: C.G. Jung Institute.

Kalff, D.M. (1979) Sandplay. Boston: Beacon

Lowenfeld, M. (1979). The world technique. London: George, Allen & Unwin.

Mitchell, R.R. and Friedman, H. (1998). Sandplay: Past, present and future. New York: Routledge.

Morena, G. (1999). The wisdom of Oz: Reflections of a Jungian sandplay therapist. San Diego, CA: Frog.

Weinrib, E. (1983). Images of the self. Boston: Sigo.

Jungian Psychology

Chodorow, J. (Ed.), (1997). Jung on active imagination. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Edinger, E. (1985). Anatomy of the psyche: Alchemical symbolism in psychotherapy. La Salle,Il: Open Court.

Jacobi, J. (1973). The psychology of C.G. Jung. New York: Yale University Press.

Jacobi, J. (1969). Complex, archetype, symbol: In the psychology of C.G. Jung. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Jacobi, M. (1985). Narcissism & individuation. London: Routledge.

Jung, C.G., et al, (1972). Man and his symbols. New York: Dell.

Jung, C.G. (1965). Memories, dreams & reflections. New York: Random House

Jung, C.G. (1969). The structure and dynamics of the psyche (2nd ed.). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Buddhist Concepts

Nepal Hayward, J. (1995). Sacred world. New York: Bantam.

Kawai, H. (1996). Buddhism and the art of psychotherapy. College Station, TX: Texas, A&M University Press.

Pollard, G. F. (1997). Five Buddhist energies. Unpublished paper.

Pollard, G.F. (1980). Notes on remarks by Chogyam Trungpa Rimpoche at Buddhist Seminary, Lake Louise, Canada.

Rabin, B. and Walker, R. (1987). A contemporary approach to clinical supervision. Journal of Contemplative Psychotherapy, Vol. IV. Boulder, CO: Naropa Institute.

Trungpa, C. (1991). The heart of the Buddha. Boston: Shambhala.

Trungpa, C. (1973). Cutting through spiritual materialism. Boston: Shambhala.


The Child

Child Fordham, M. (1994). Children as individuals. London: Free Association Books.

Gauvain, M., and Cole, M. (Eds.). (1993). Readings on the development of children. NewYork: W.H. Freeman.

Hunter, L.B. (1998). Images of Resiliance. New York: Behavioral Communications Institute:

Kalff, D. (1980). Sandplay. Boston: Beacon.

Neumann, E. (1973). The child. New York: Putnam. Cave Door

The Feminine

Baring, A., and Cashman, J. (1991). The myth of the goddess: Evolution of an image. London: Arkana/Penguin.

Bolen, J.S. (1995). Crossing to Avalon. New York: Philosophical Library.

Downing, C. (1992). Women’s mysteries: Toward a poetics of gender. New York: Crossroads.

Estes, C.P. (1992). Women who run with the wolves. New York: Ballantine.

Gadon, E.W. (1989). The once and future goddess. New York: Harper & Row.

Mascetti, M.D. (1990) The songs of Eve. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Muten, B. (Ed.), (1994). Return of the great goddess. Boston: Shambhala.

Neumann, E. (1994). The fear of the feminine, and other essays on feminine psychology. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Perera, S.B. (1981). Descent to the goddess: a way of initiation for women. Toronto: Inner City.

Woolger, J. (1987). The goddess within. New York: Fawcett Columbine.

The Masculine

Bolen, J.S. (1989). Gods in everyman: A new psychology of men’s lives & loves. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Bly, R. (1997). Iron John: A book about men. New York: Addison Wesley.

Campbell, J., and Oakes, M. (1969). Where the two came to their father: A Navaho war ceremonial. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Chinen, A.B. (1993). Beyond the hero: Classic stories of men in search of soul. New York: Putnam.

Doty, W.G. (1993). Myths of masculinity. New York: Crossroads.

Levinson, D. (1978). The seasons of a man’s life. New York: Ballantine.

Meade, M. (1993). Men and the water of life: Initiation and the tempering of men. New York: HarperSan Francisco.

Monick, Eugene (1991). Castration and male rage: The phallic wound. Toronto: Inner City.

Monick, Eugene (1987). Phallos: Sacred image of the masculine. Toronto: Inner City.

Samuels, A. (Ed.), (1985). The father: Contemporary Jungian perspectives. New York: New York University Press.

Wily, J. (1989). The phallic quest: Priapus and masculine inflation. Toronto: Inner City.

Sexuality

Fish Fountain Downing, C. (1996). Myths and mysteries of same-sex love. New York: Continuum.

Hopcke, R.H., Carrington, K.L. and Wirth, S. (Eds.). (1993). Same-sex love and the path to wholeness.Boston: Shambhala.

Hopcke, R.H. (1989). Jung, Jungians and homosexuality. Boston: Shambhala.

Kipnis, A., and Herron, E. (1994). Gender war, gender peace: The quest for love and justice between women and men. New York: William Morrow.

Layard, J. (1975). A Celtic quest: The search for sexuality and soul in individuation. New York: Putnam.

Play Studies

Huizinga, J. (1950). Homo ludens: A study of the play element in culture. Boston: Beacon.

Winnicott, W.D. (1971). Playing & reality. London: Tavistock.

Fairy Tales

Bettleheim, B. (1976). The uses of enchantment: The meaning and importance of fairytales. New York: Vintage.

Grimm, J., and Grimm, N. (1944). The complete Grimm’s fairytales. New York: Pantheon.

von Franz, M. (1997). Archetypal patterns in fairy tales. Toronto: Inner City Books.

von Franz, M. (1987). Shadow and evil in fairy tales. Dallas: Spring.

von Franz, M. (1980). Redemption motifs in fairy tales. Toronto: Inner City Books.

von Franz, M. (1977). Individuation in fairy tales. Zurich: Spring.

von Franz, M. (1976). The feminine in fairy tales, New York: Spring.

von Franz, M. (1973. Interpretation of fairytales.

Zurich: Spring. Schectman, J. (1993). The stepmother in fairytales. Boston: Sigo Rose.

Symbol Dictionaries

Bradway, K. (Ed.), (2001). Symbol dictionary: Symbolic meanings of sandplay images. In Journal of Sandplay Therapy, Vol. X (1).

Chetwynd, T. (1982). Dictionary of symbols. New York: Philosophical Library.

Cooper, J.C. (1992). Dictionary of symbolic & mythological animals. London: Thorsons.

Herder, F. (1986).The Herder Symbol Dictionary: Symbols from art, archaeology, mythology, literature, and religion. Wilmette, IL: Chiron.

Walker, B. (1988). The women’s dictionary of symbols and sacred objects. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

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