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Clinical Values: Emotions That Guide Psychoanalytic Treatment

by Sandra Buechler

In this refreshingly honest and open book, Sandra Buechler looks at therapeutic process issues from the standpoint of the human qualities and human resourcefulness that the therapist brings to each clinical...


Notes from the Margins: The Gay Analyst's Subjectivity in the Treatment Setting

by Eric Sherman

Much has been written about the impact of gender and sexual orientation on the intersubjective field. Yet remarkably little has been written about the unique dilemmas faced by gay clinicians who treat patients...


The Power of Countertransference: Innovations in Analytic Technique

by Karen J. Maroda

A signpost of the relational turn in contemporary psychoanalysis, Karen Maroda's The Power of Countertransference, published in 1991, is perhaps the first systematic effort to integrate the need for mutual emotional...


The Theory and Treatment of Depression: Towards a Dynamic Interactionism Model

by Jozef Corveleyn, Patrick Luyten & Sidney J. Blatt

Recent research indicates that depression, once believed to be relatively benign, is highly recurrent and does not respond well to treatment. The goal of this book is to facilitate the development of more encompassing...


Child Therapy in the Great Outdoors: A Relational View

by Sebastiano Santostefano

Building on relational conceptualizations of enactment and on developmental research that attests to the role of embodied, nonverbal language in the meanings children impute to their experiences, Sebastiano...


Creating Bodies: Eating Disorders as Self-Destructive Survival

by Katie Gentile

Amid the welter of clinical studies, memoirs, and other death-defying tales of eating disorders, we remain unclear about the relationships among trauma, anorexia, and bulimia, and about the psychological pathways...


Infant Research and Adult Treatment: Co-Constructing Interactions

by Beatrice Beebe & Frank M. Lachmann

Infant Research and Adult Treatment is the first synoptic rendering of Beatrice Beebe's and Frank Lachmann's impressive body of work.  Therapists unfamiliar with current research findings will find here a comprehensive...


Prelogical Experience: An Inquiry Into Dreams and Other Creative Processes

by Edward S. Tauber & Maurice R. Green

One of the foundational texts of interpersonal psychoanalysis, Prelogical Experience (1959) is a pioneering attempt to elaborate an interpersonal theory of personality that encompasses the nonpropositional,...


Relational Psychoanalysis, Volume 3: New Voices

by Melanie Suchet, Adrienne Harris & Lewis Aron

Relational psychoanalysis has revivified psychoanalytic discourse by attesting to the analyst's multidimensional subjectivity and then showing how this subjectivity opens to deeper insights about the experience...


Conceptual Issues in Psychological Medicine

by the late Michael Shepherd

Conceptual Issues in Psychological Medicine is a collection of papers written by the celebrated psychiatrist, Michael Shepherd, who was one of the originators of psychiatric epidemiology in the UK and a leading...


The Psychology of the Transference

by C.G. Jung

An account of Jung's handling of the transference between psychologist and patient in the light of his conception of the archetypes. Based on the symbolic illustrations in a sixteenth century alchemical text....


Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle

by C. G. Jung

Introduces Jung's exciting concept of synchronicity - those meaningful coincidences that happen to all of us and which, Jung claimed, transcend time and space.


Being a Character: Psychoanalysis and Self Experience

by Christopher Bollas

Each person invests many of the objects in his life with his or her own unconscious meaning, each person subsequently voyages through an environment that constantly evokes the self's psychic history. Taking...


Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approach

by Petruska Clarkson

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approach is the first advanced clinical textbook for many years, written for psychotherapists and counsellors who use the theory and techniques of Transactional...


Discover Your Subpersonalities: Our Inner World and the People in It

by John Rowan

Have you ever felt there is more than one you? That sometimes you are one type of person, sometimes another? Do you ever find yourself saying `yes' when you meant to say `no'? Or deciding to do one thing, then...


Individuation and Narcissism: The Psychology of Self in Jung and Kohut

by Mario Jacoby

Recent developments in Freudian psychoanalysis, particularly the work of Kohut and Winnicott, have led to a convergence with the Jungian position. In Individuation and Narcissism leading Jungian analyst Mario...


The Multiprofessional Handbook of Child Sexual Abuse: Integrated Management, Therapy, and Legal Intervention

by Tilman Furniss

Child sex abuse is a minefield of complexity and confusion for all involved. A genuinely multidisciplinary problem, it requires the close co-operation of a wide range of people with different tasks, from the...


Intelligence: The Psychometric View

by Paul Kline

Paul Kline's latest book provides a readable modern account of the psychometric view of intelligence. It explains factor analysis and the construction of intelligence tests, and shows how the resulting factors...


Bodily Communication

by Michael Argyle

Non-verbal communication - the eye movements, facial expressions, tone of voice, postures and gestures that we all use more or less consciously and more or less effectively - can enhance or diminish every form...


Communication Under the Microscope: The Theory and Practice of Microanalysis

by Peter Bull

Social interaction in recent years has become the focus of systematic scientific research in a wide variety of academic disciplines. In Communication under the Microscope, Peter Bull shows how communication...