Chapter One: Introduction to Clinical Dream Interpretation Chpater Two: Working With The Dream In Clinical Practice Chapter Three: The Situation As It Is Chapter Four: The Language Of Dreams Chapter Five: Association, Explanation, Amplification: The Dream Field Chapter Six: Compensation and Complementation: Object and Subject Levels Chapter Seven: The Dramatic Structure of the Dream Chapter Eight: Mythological Motifs Chapter Nine: Technical Points Chapter Ten: Prognosis For Dreams Chapter Eleven: Body Imagery
"With the publication of "Dreams, A Portal to the Source we have at
last a manual of Jungian dream analysis that is presented with
depth and clarity and that remains true to Jung and to the psyche.
This book is balanced, judicious, comprehensive, and yet concise.
It transcends all factions with a largeness of view that contains
them all. All the well-known approaches to dream analysis are given
their due. . .."
-"Psychological Perspectives, 1991
""Dreams, A Portal to the Source represents a thoughtful, critical examination of dream interpretation from multiple perspectives without premature closure or adherence to dogma. It is a treasure trove of thoughtful ideas in which exposition, exploration, and critical thinking are harmoniously interwoven with the wisdom accumulated in years of clinical practice . . . the volume [is] successful, rewarding, and important."
"The book . . . is a clinical guide for therapists of all persuasions and an accessible resource for all of us who delight in the richness of our dreams."
-"New Mexican, 1990
"It's a wonderful work. At last we have a really adequate manual on Jungian dream interpretation. What pleases me most is the reverent attitude to the dream that [the authors] convey."
-Edward F. Edinger
"It soon becomes clear that the authors are drawing from the rich storehouse of their years of thoughtful clinical work with dreams. Their labor and generosity in sharing the fruits of this experience with the reader are to be applauded and enjoyed. . . . this book's clear explication of both the basics and the subtleties of the clinical approach to the dream make it accessible to clinicians at alllevels."
-"Psychoanalytic Books, 1992