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By Verena Kast

Verena Kast schildert, wie im Rahmen der Psychotherapie mind's eye im Zusammenhang mit Albträumen als Emotionsregulierung wirken und kreative Fantasien wecken kann. Das Arbeiten mit der mind's eye ist hierbei durchsetzt von therapeutischen Interventionen, mit dem Blick darauf, Imaginationen der Angst in Imaginationen überzuführen, die Zukunft ermöglichen, kreativ und oft mit Ansätzen von Freude verbunden sind. Ein klinisches Beispiel zeigt, wie eine Analytikerin mit den Albträumen der Analysandin auch die kreativen Aspekte der mind's eye bearbeitet und so einen Zugang zu ihrer Ressource herstellt.

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If you grew up and stayed in your community, and especially if your community is a rural one, you are much more likely to have deep, long-lasting friendships, to have married your high school sweetheart, and to feel a great love for your community. But this style of life is quickly becoming an anachronism. Erikson calls the maladaptive form promiscuity, refering particularly to the tendency to become intimate too freely, too easily, and without any depth to your intimacy. This can be true of your relationships with friends and neighbors and your whole community as well as with lovers.

They went on the have three children, one of whom became a sociologist himself. With the Nazis coming into power, they left Vienna, first for Copenhagen, then to Boston. Erikson was offered a position at the Harvard Medical School and practiced child psychoanalysis privately. During this time, he met psychologists like Henry Murray and Kurt Lewin, and anthropologists like Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead, and Gregory Bateson. I think it can be safely said that these anthropologists had nearly as great an effect on Erikson as Sigmund and Anna Freud!

At boarding schools they learned many things that contradicted what they learned at home: They were taught white standards of cleanliness and beauty, some of which contradicted Lakota standards of modesty. They were taught to compete, which contradicted Lakota traditions of egalitarianism. They were told to speak up, when their upbringing told them to be still. In other words, their white teachers found them quite impossible to work with, and their parents found them quite corrupted by an alien culture.

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