Joy Schaverien | Articles
Joy Schaverien PhD is a Jungian analyst, psychotherapist and supervisor with a private practice in Rutland in the East Midlands, UK. Joy writes and lectures extensively on a varied group of topics including psychoanalysis, gender in psychotherapy, art and psychoanalysis and the psychological effects of boarding school. Boarding School Syndrome describes common symptoms suffered by those affected by early boarding. Originator of the term her new book is to be published by Routledge in June 2015. Based on extensive research with ex-boarders, in psychotherapy and in semi-structured interviews, it depicts the enduring psychological effects of this trauma.
Joy Schaverien, Jungian analyst, Boarding School Syndrome, Boarding, School, Syndrome, Psychotherapist, supervisor, Private, Practice, Private Practice, Rutland, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Author, gender in psychotherapy, consultations, East Midlands
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Articles

ARTICLES (Peer Reviewed Journals)

 

2016 ‘Boarding School Syndrome: Exiled School Girl Boarders’
in Therapy Today / (November)


2016 Review of  ‘Reflections on the Aesthetic Experience: Psychoanalysis and  the Uncanny’
by Gregorio Kohon Journal of Analytical Psychology Vol  61,  4,  p518 – 522


2011 ‘Lost for Words’
in Therapy Today Vol 22/ Issue 3 (April) pp.18 -21


2011 ‘Boarding School Syndrome: Broken Attachments a Hidden Trauma’
in British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol. 27, No2. (May)


2011 ‘Gifts, Talismans and tokens: Symbolic enactments or sinister acts?’
in Journal of analytical Psychology Vol. 56, No.2 pp. 160 -183 (April)


2007 ‘Countertransference as Active Imagination: Imaginative Experiences of the Analyst’
in Journal of Analytical Psychology Vol. 52. pp. 413-431


2005 ‘Art and Active Imagination: further Reflections on Transference and the Image’
London: The International Journal of Art Therapy: Inscape


2005 ‘Does communication technology have a place in analysis?’
(with James Hall),
Harvest International Journal for Jungian Studies Vol.51, No.1, pp 102 -115


2005 ‘Art Dreams and Active Imagination: A Post-Jungian Approach to transference and the Image’
Journal of Analytical Psychology 50, No.2, pp.127-153. (April)


2004 ‘Boarding school: The Trauma of the “Privileged” Child’
Journal of Analytical Psychology Vol. 49, No.5, pp. 683-705, November


1999 ‘The death of an analysand: transference, countertransference and desire’
in Journal of Analytical Psychology (ISSN 0021-8774) Vol. 44 No.1 January pp.3-28


1998 ‘Art within analysis: scapegoat, transference and transformation’
Oxford Blackwell, & Malden USA: Journal of Analytical Psychology Vol 44 No. 4, October pp. 478 -510


1998 ‘Individuation, countertransference and the death of a client’
London: Inscape (ISSN 0264-7141),Vol.3 No.2 pp.55-63


1998 ‘The embodiment of desire: art gender and analysis’
in Harvest Vol. 44, No.1


1998 ‘Inheritance: Jewish Identity and the legacy of the Holocaust mediated through Art Psychotherapy groups’
in British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol. 15, No.1


1998 ‘Alchemy and the erotic transference: a Jungian approach’
in Psychodynamic Counselling Vol 4, No.2


1997 ‘Men who leave too soon: reflections on the erotic transference and countertransference’
in British Journal of Psychotherapy (ISSN 0265-9883) Vol. 14, No.1. Autumn pp. 3-16.


1996 ‘Desire and the female analyst’
in Journal of Analytical Psychology Vol. 41, No.2, pp. 262-287


1996 ‘The scapegoat transference: the Holocaust and the collective unconscious: themes and images revealed in art therapy’
in European Judaism Vol., 29 No. 1 (Spring) pp 64-74


1994 ‘Analytical art psychotherapy: further reflections on theory and practice’
Inscape Vol., 2


1994 ‘The transactional object: art psychotherapy in the treatment of anorexia’
in British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol., 11 No.1 Autumn.


1989 ‘Desire, alchemy and the picture: Transference and countertransference in art therapy’
Inscape (Winter)


1989 ‘Transference and the picture: art therapy for the treatment of anorexia’
Inscape (Spring)


1985 ‘Creativity and the institution’
London: Inscape (Spring – Issue no 1)


1982 ‘Transference as an aspect of art therapy’
Inscape, (September)

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