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Myths are symbolic stories that have survived a long time, with a fluidity and amenability to cultural variety that allows them to transcend their historical roots. I think those stories that survive are those that convey psychological truth. This paper explores the myth of Tantalus - a crucial story for our time, dealing as it does with excessive consumption, the failure of satisfaction and the resulting agony of perpetually longing for something beyond reach. Drawing on material from clinical practice, I will explore how tantalisation may become established as a core dynamic in the psyche, resulting in tortured states of mind, including those found in eating disorders and extreme anxiety. How might psychotherapy reinforce or relieve this suffering?
Carrie Worrall: is a graduate of the West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy's Jungian Training, now called the Analytical Psychotherapy Training. She has taught on the training and has previously published a paper on the inter-relational development of self-agency, in the International Journal of Infant Observation. She works in private practice in Leamington Spa.
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