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The Voice of Shame: Silence and Connection in Psychotherapy

by Robert G. Lee & Gordon Wheeler

Shame and shame reactions are two of the most delicate and difficult issues of psychotherapy and are among the most likely to defy our usual dynamic, systemic, and behavioral theories. In this groundbreaking...


Impossible Training: A Relational View of Psychoanalytic Education

by Emanuel Berman

Over the past century psychoanalysis has gone on to establish training institutes, professional societies, accreditation procedures, and models of education, thus bringing into uneasy alliance all three impossible...


The Narration of Desire: Erotic Transferences and Countertransferences

by Harriet K. Wrye & Judith K. Welles

In this richly woven study of preoedipal erotic experience, Harriet Kimble Wrye and Judith Welles focus on patients for whom early mothering did not sustain the flowering and subsequent transformation of early...


In Search of Good Form: Gestalt Therapy with Couples and Families

by Joseph C. Zinker

With In Search of Good Form, Joseph Zinker emphasizes seeing and being with as keys to a phenomenological approach in which therapist and patient co-create and mutually articulate their own experiences and meanings....


A Well-Lived Life: Essays in Gestalt Therapy

by Sylvia F. Crocker

Sylvia Crocker's A Well-Lived Life is a work of a daring and creative thinker, offering a bold reconceptualization of Gestalt therapy that extends all the way from its philosophical foundation to the nuances...


From the Radical Center: The Heart of Gestalt Therapy

by Erving Polster & Miriam Polster

This remarkable collection traces central themes in the work of Erving and Miriam Polster, two of the best-known and best loved Gestalt therapists in the world. The writings herein span 4 decades in the history...


Psychoanalysis in Transition: A Personal View

by Merton M. Gill

This work addresses the major features of the psychoanalytic situation.


Beyond Individualism: Toward a New Understanding of Self, Relationship, and Experience

by Gordon Wheeler

In this pathbreaking and provocative new treatment of some of the oldest dilemmas of psychology and relationship, Gordon Wheeler challenges the most basic tenet of the West cultural tradition: the individualist...


Body of Awareness: A Somatic and Developmental Approach to Psychotherapy

by Ruella Frank

Merging scientific theory with a practical, clinical approach, Body of Awareness explores the formation of infant movement experience and its manifest influence upon the later adult. Most significantly, it shows...


Sketches: An Anthology of Essays

by Joseph C. Zinker

To all of those familiar with the Gestalt model and its many creative extensions and applications, the name Joseph Zinker needs no introduction. A master Gestalt therapist and a cofounder of the Gestalt Institute...


Infecting the Treatment: Being an HIV-Positive Analyst

by Gilbert Cole

The revelation of being HIV positive continues to be a discourse fraught with meaning.  In Infecting the Treatment: Being an HIV-Positive Analyst, Gilbert Cole offers an intimate and deeply insightful examination...


Heart of Development, V. 2: Adolescence

by Mark McConville & Gordon Wheeler

In these groundbreaking new collections, the reader will find an exciting, boad-ranging selection of work showing an array of applications of the Gestalt model to working with children, adolescents, and their...


Experiential Foundations of Rorschach's Test

by Ernest G. Schachtel

Schachtel shared with his great contemporary David Rapaport the goal of scientifically reframing the psychoanalytic understanding of personality. Experiential Foundations of Rorschach's Test, first published...


Metamorphosis: On the Conflict of Human Development and the Development of Creativity

by Ernest G. Schachtel

First published in 1959, Metamorphosis remains one of the great works of developmental psychology of the past century. From his thoughtful meditation on the assumptions of classical Freudian psychoanalysis,...


The Thaw: Reclaiming the Person for Psychiatry

by Paul Genova

Paul Genova's finely crafted essays, which proffer a humanistic and humanizing vision of psychiatry in the face of his profession's preoccupation with target symptoms, "correct" thinking, and medication, have...


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...


Linking Emotional Intelligence and Performance at Work: Current Research Evidence With Individuals and Groups

by Vanessa Urch Druskat, Gerald Mount & Fabio Sala

In this edited volume, leading edge researchers discuss the link between Emotional Intelligence (EI) and workplace performance. Contributors from many areas such as social science, management (including organizational...