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369 Days

by Michael Levitt

I wrote 369 Days to share my story of losing everything that people fear to lose, in a year’s time. This book will walk the reader through the losses, and how I came out of each challenge better and stronger...

Overtones and Undercurrents: Spirituality, Reincarnation, and Ancestor Influence in Entheogenic Psychotherapy

by Ralph Metzner

Stories and practices from the casebook of pioneering transpersonal psychotherapist Ralph Metzner

• Shows how psychological problems often derive from factors not considered in conventional psychotherapy,...

Excessive Subjectivity

by Dominik Finkelde

How are we to conceive of acts that suddenly expose the injustice of the prevailing order? These acts challenge long-standing hidden or silently tolerated injustices, but as they are unsupported by existing...

The Arabic Freud

by Omnia El Shakry

The first in-depth look at how postwar thinkers in Egypt mapped the intersections between Islamic discourses and psychoanalytic thought

In 1945, psychologist Yusuf Murad introduced an Arabic term borrowed from...

The Sungod's Journey through the Netherworld

by Andreas Schweizer & David Lorton

"The ancient Egyptian sources come alive, speaking to us without seeming alien to our modern ways of thinking. Andreas Schweizer invites us to join the nocturnal voyage of the solar barque and to immerse ourselves,...

Totem and Taboo

by Sigmund Freud

Widely acknowledged to be one of Freud’s greatest works, when first published in 1913, this book caused outrage. It remains the fullest exploration of Freud’s most famous themes. Family, society, religion...

Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality

by Sigmund Freud

The traditional story about the historical origins of Freudian psychoanalysis implies that the Oedipus complex was part of Freudian theory from the very beginning. However, in this first edition of Three Essays...

Leonardo da Vinci

by Sigmund Freud

Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) was admired even by his contemporaries as one of the greatest men of the Italian Renaissance, still even then he appeared as mysterious to them as he now appears to us. An all–sided...

A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis

by Sigmund Freud

Freud's timeless lectures on psychoanalytic thought, dream interpretation, and his theory of the neuroses are presented here in their authoritative translation to English by G. Stanley Hall.

First delivered and...

Ana-María Rizzuto and the Psychoanalysis of Religion

by David M. Goodman, Martha J. Reineke, Jacob Waldenmaier & Leif Gunnar Engedal et al.

The Birth of the Living God, contributors to this international collection of essays confirm the significance of Rizzuto’s contributions to psychoanalytic theories of religious experience. They also underscore...

How Culture Runs the Brain

by Jay Evans Harris

Freud was right: mind and brain evolved together, adapting progressively to cultural change; responding regressively to wars, genocides, and forced migrations. Freud traced innate conflicts between pleasure...

Dream Psychology

by Sigmund Freud & André Tridon (Translator)

Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) was an Austrian neurologist and the father of psychoanalysis, a clinical method for treating psychopathology through dialogue between a patient and a psychoanalyst.

THE MEDICAL profession...

The Insurrection in Dublin

by James Stephens

"The Insurrection In Dublin" is account of the Easter Rising by the poet and novelist James Stephens, first published in 1916. The event was an attempt by Irish nationalists to insight a full-blown rebellion...

The Red Book: Reflections on C.G. Jung's Liber Novus

by Thomas Kirsch & George Hogenson

In 2009, WW Norton published 'The Red Book', a book written by Jung in 1913-1914 but not previously published. Snippets of information about the likely contents of the Red Book had been in circulation for years,...

Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Defining terms and building bridges

by Marilyn Charles

This book provides a clear introduction to the main contemporary psychoanalytic theoretical perspectives.? Psychoanalysis is often thought of as an obscure and outdated method, and yet those familiar with it...

Learning Theory and Behaviour Modification

by Stephen Walker

The ability to learn is of crucial importance in human life, but understanding this ability has proved to be difficult. There have been many attempts to formulate scientific theories based on both animal experiments...

Susan Isaacs: The First Biography

by D.E.M. Gardner

Originally published in 1969, this is the first biography of Susan Isaacs, the first attempt to estimate her incalculable contribution to the theory and practice of the education of young children.

As a pioneer...

The Psychology of Educational Technology and Instructional Media

by Ken Spencer

What can research in cognitive psychology offer the growth of educational technology and instructional media? Originally published in 1988, this book argues that, for much of its history, educational technology...

Re-Encountering Jung: Analytical psychology and contemporary psychoanalysis

by Robin S. Brown

Since the split between Freud and Jung, psychoanalysis and analytical psychology have largely developed in an atmosphere of mutual disregard. Only in recent years have both discourses shown signs of an increasing...

Trauma, Shame, and Secret Making: Being a Family Without a Narrative

by Francis Joseph Harrington

Trauma, Shame, and Secret Making provides a descriptive, qualitative inquiry into a family's unsuccessful attempts across generations to repress the memories of an early life trauma. Broad in its scope, Trauma,...