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The Little Book of Demons: The Positive Advantages of the Personification of Life's Problems

by Ramsey Dukes

In his own inimitable style Ramsey Dukes takes us through the advantages and dangers of hobnobbing with Demons. However for him Demons are very much our own creations; lifes problems and challenges personified...

Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha: An Unusually Hardcore Dharma Book

by Daniel Ingram

The very idea that the teachings can be mastered will arouse controversy within Buddhist circles. Even so, Ingram insists that enlightenment is an attainable goal, once our fanciful notions of it are stripped...

Advanced Magick for Beginners

by Alan Chapman

A new paradigm that delivers a genuine transformation of occultism. The author assumes no previous knowledge, only a willingness to explore what magick offers, yet its apparent to anyone with a background in...

Beyond the Celtic Cross: Secret Techniques for Taking Tarot to an Exciting New Level

by Catherine Chapman & Paul Hughes-Barlow

Have you ever wondered how you can bring greater depth and clarity to your Tarot readings? Have you struggled to understand just what exactly is going on in your card readings, and how the cards relate to the...

Stairway to the Stars: Sufism, Gurdjieff and the Inner Tradition of Mankind

by Max Gorman

The book provides an introduction to mystical philosophy and the concept of inner development by looking at a number of its great schools. Mystics concur in saying that we are in some way "asleep" and must recognise...

Ritual Abuse and Mind Control: The Manipulation of Attachment Needs

by Badouk Orit, Joseph Schwartz & Wingfield Rachel

People who have survived ritual abuse or mind control experiments have often been silenced, accused of lying, mocked and disbelieved. Clinicians working with survivors often find themselves isolated, facing...

The Injured Self: The Psychopathology and Psychotherapy of Developmental Deviations

by Dov Aleksandrowicz & Malca Aleksandrowicz

The book examines the clinical implications of innate developmental individuality. The authors present a model of what they call "developmentally informed" therapy, based on the assumption that biologically...

The Reflective Citizen: Organizational and Social Dynamics

by Laurence Gould, Aideen Lucey & Lionel Stapley

This is the first in a "Reflective Citizen" series, the intention being to develop volumes from the various OPUS (An Organisation for Promoting Understanding of Society) activities which include Scientific Meetings,...

Freud's Schreber Between Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis: On Subjective Disposition to Psychosis

by Thomas Dalzell

This book investigates what was distinctive about the predisposition to psychosis Freud posited in Daniel Paul Schreber, a presiding judge in Saxony's highest court. It argues that Freud's 1911 Schreber text...

At Midnight in a Flaming Town

by Lorraine Bateman & Paul Cole

It is 1914 and life has changed dramatically for the people of Belgium. The advancing German military, delayed by a valiant Belgian Army, take out their frustrations on innocent civilians. Shockwaves reverberate...

Her Hour Come Round at Last: A Garland for Nina Coltart

by Gillian Preston & Peter Rudnytsky

This title is a celebration of the life of Nina Coltart, who had a career in medicine and psychoanalysis and was author of bestselling titles in psychotherapy The Baby and the Bathwater and How to Survive as...

Mapping Psychic Reality: Triangulation, Communication, and Insight

by James Rose

This book is about how we can deepen our understanding of subjectivity through the use of the concept of triangulation. Fundamentally, this book seeks to address the question of how we can be objective about...

Spilt Milk: Perinatal Loss & Breakdown

by Joan Raphael-Leff

A collection of lectures by eminent members of the British Psycho-analytical Society. Includes papers on the experience of having a baby, pregnancy and the internal world, pregnancy after stillbirth or neonatal...

Understanding Trauma: A Psychoanalytical Approach

by Caroline Garland

Revised edition with additional chapter. This book, from the Tavistock Clinic Series, is about what follows the breakdown in functioning, either short or longer-term, provoked by a traumatic event. The authors...

Therapy Beyond Modernity: Deconstructing and Transcending Profession-Centred Therapy

by Richard House

This radical and provocative book challenges the very foundations of therapy itself. In examining the hidden assumptions of therapy, the author poses the question 'Is therapy more concerned with preserving its...

Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy: Theory and Technique

by Della C.

This book is an accessible and comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of short-term treatment. It opens with a chapter on the theoretical foundations of the method before leading to its practical applications...

Fifty Years of Attachment Theory: The Donald Winnicott Memorial Lecture

by Sir Bowlby & Pearl King

Also includes Recollections of Donald Winnicott and John Bowlby by Pearl King. This is the second volume in the series based on the annual Donald Winnicott Memorial Lecture. Sir Richard Bowlby looks at the personal...

Becoming a Person Through Psychoanalysis

by Neville Symington

In this book Neville Symington brings together a wide range of lectures and previously published papers along with fresh commentary, providing the reader with a veritable feast of his ideas and further thinking...

The Personal Development Group: The Student's Guide

by Chris Rose

The personal development group is a feature of many counselling and psychotherapy trainings. How does it facilitate personal development? Could it be more effective? Looking from the perspective of the student,...

Practitioner-Based Research: Power, Discourse and Transformation

by Dawn Freshwater & John Lees

This book will help academic researchers to broaden the limited ontological and epistemological perspectives of their research. It will also encourage healthcare practitioners who have not been trained academically...