Jung Love: Sabina Spielrein, a forgotten pioneer of psychoanalysis - Telegraph

Jung Love: Sabina Spielrein, a forgotten pioneer of psychoanalysis

A new film starring Keira Knightley documents the torrid and ultimately tragic life of Sabina Spielrein, patient, pupil, rumoured lover of Carl Jung, and one of the forgotten pioneers of psychoanalysis.

Sabina Spielrein (1885-1942)Sabina Spielrein was born the eldest of four children in Rostov on Don. Her father, Nikolai Spielrein was a wealthy Russian-Jewish businessman and her mother Eva Luyblin…

Sabina Spielrein Spielrein was born the eldest of four children in Rostov on Don. Her father, Nikolai Spielrein was a wealthy Russian-Jewish businessman and her mother Eva Luyblin…

Sabina Spielrein - Dr. Spielrein contributed far more to the field of psychology than her early relationship with Jung — she brought psychoanalysis to Russia, she greatly influenced Jean Piaget and Melanie Klein.

Sabina Naftulovna Spielrein was a Russian physician and one of the first female psychoanalysts. She was in succession an analysand, then student, then colleague of Carl Gustav Jung, a man with whom she also had a romantic relationship.

My Name Was Sabina Spielrein [DVD] [German] [2003]

My Name Was Sabina Spielrein [DVD] [German] [2003]

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Sabina Spielrein  Sabina Spielrein, patient, pupil, rumoured lover of Carl Jung

Jung Love: Sabina Spielrein, a forgotten pioneer of psychoanalysis

A new film starring Keira Knightley documents the torrid and ultimately tragic life of Sabina Spielrein, patient, pupil, rumoured lover of Carl Jung, and one of the forgotten pioneers of psychoanalysis.

Sabina Spielrein

Sabina Spielrein, 1885 – First female psychoanalyst.

a dangerous method (david cronenberg, 2011)

a dangerous method (david cronenberg, 2011)

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Haven't heard of Sabin Spielrein? Anyone with an interest in psychoanalysis should.

Sex versus survival : the life and ideas of Sabina Spielrein

The history of psychoanalysis is littered with the discarded psyches of the women whose diagnoses were key to the fame of the great masters. One such woman was Sabina Spielrein. Unlike the rest, she didn't vanish forever from history. Elisabeth Márton's film relates, restages and remembers the tragic story of Spielrein's life as gleaned from a box of her papers discovered in 1977 in the ...

Ich hiess Sabina Spielrein (2002)

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