Barbara Helen Miller
Languages: English and Dutch
Geographic region of practice: Hilversum
T: 035 6421286 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
M.A. in Psychology and Religion; Ph.D. in Anthropology; Graduate of the C G Jung Institute, Zürich; member of IAAP, AGAP, NAAP
Long term therapy for adults seeking development and creativity, and with whom longstanding conflicts, impasses and pain have played a role.
The work is an invitation to share life’s experiences; the dream is often the vehicle, for which the therapist is witness and empathic participant. The ensuing dialogue is seen as developing the interpersonal as well as the intrapersonal relationship. The therapist’s on-going focus is on the process of individuation.
2007, Connecting and Correcting, A Case Study of Sami Healers in Porsanger. Leiden: CNWS Publications.
2009, Establishing the Coastal Sami healer. In J. Jansen, S. Luning, E. de Maaker (Eds.) Traditions on the Move, Essays in Honor of Jarich Oosten. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers.
2010, Traditional Coastal Sami healers in transition. In M. Stein + R. Jones (Eds.) Cultures and Identities in Transition. London: Routledge.
2011, A Sami healer’s diagnosis: a case of embodied countertransference? In R. Jones (Ed.) Body, Mind and Healing after Jung, A Space of Questions. London: Routledge.
2014, The loss and gain of timing: Active imagination in performance. In C. E. Stephenson (Ed.) Jung and Moreno, Essays on the theatre of human nature. London: Routledge.
2015, Idioms of Sami Health and Healing. Edmonton: The University of Alberta Press
2018, Traditions, Traps and Trends: Transfer of Knowledge in Arctic Regions. Edmonton: The University of Alberta Press
2018, Symbolic Healing – C.G. Jung. In Masaeli & Sneller (Eds), Cosmic Consciousness and Human Excellence, Implications for Global Ethics. Cambridge: Scholars Publishing.