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Melanie Klein and Beyond: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Sources

by Harry Karnac

'Did Melanie Klein ever think that 50 years after her death her ideas would be spreading world-wide in such a fruitful and productive way? In one sense she would be surprised, but in another, I think she might...

Childhood, Well-Being and a Therapeutic Ethos

by Richard House & Del Loewenthal

A key theme of this book is that we urgently need a therapeutic ethos in order to bring both educational and therapeutic sensibilities to bear on the issue of children's wellbeing, if truly effective and appropriate...

Supervisor Training: Issues and Approaches: Guide to Supervision

by Penny Henderson

Considering how much experience there now is in providing supervisor training in the UK, relatively little has been written about it. This book aims to create a lively and readable resource that will be informative...

A Different Wisdom: Reflections on Supervision Practice: Guide to Supervision

by Penny Henderson

Britain has a fine tradition of writing about supervision practice. This book connects to this by organising reflection around the practice taken from the author's sixteen years experience as a practitioner....

Life and Art: The Creative Synthesis in Literature

by James Hamilton

In this volume an inquiry into the nature of the creative process is attempted by paying close attention to the lives of various artists, poets, novelists and playwrights, and selected works of each in order...

Theory and Practice in Child Psychoanalysis: An Introduction to the Work of Francoise Dolto

by Guy Hall, Francoise Hivernel & Sian Morgan

During her lifetime Francoise Dolto revolutionized the psychoanalytic understanding of childhood. As an early pioneer, she emphasized that the child is to be recognized from birth as a person. As a gifted and...

But at the Same Time and on Another Level: Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode

by James Grotstein

'This work is organized as a primer and handbook, a "beginning", to elucidate general principles on how the psychoanalyst or psychoanalytically informed psychotherapist may optimally provide and maintain the...

Intimate Warfare: Regarding the Fragility of Family Relations

by Martine Groen & Van Justine

The community in which children are nursed; the family, should by all means be a safe haven. However, it is not. People in family relations are more likely to be threatened, hit, kicked, raped or beaten up....

Resonance of Suffering: Countertransference in Non-Neurotic Structures

by Andre Green

Some sixty years after the "Controversial Discussions" in the early 40s, this passionate book resurrects their spirit on a global scale. Under Andre Green's generous, tactful yet strong leadership, a small discussion...

Susan Isaacs: A Life Freeing the Minds of Children

by Philip Graham

This biography provides a critical account of the life and work of Susan Isaacs (1885-1948). This educationist, a pioneer of child-centred education in Britain was also an early and historically important child...

On Freud's "Mourning and Melancholia"

by Thierry Bokanowski, Glocer Leticia & Sergio Lewkowicz

Both melancholia and mourning are triggered by the same thing, that is, by loss. The distinction often made is that mourning occurs after the death of a loved one while in melancholia the object of love does...

The Experience of Time: Psychoanalytic Perspectives

by Jorge Canestri & Glocer Leticia

This book's hypothesis is that psychoanalysis revolutionizes the common conception of time, similar to the revolution in physics. While it does not ignore the 'psychological time arrow' no doubt distinguishing...

Unbearable Affect: A Guide to the Psychotherapy of Psychosis

by David Garfield

In this cohesive, dramatic, and highly readable book, David Garfield establishes a roadmap for the diagnosis and psychotherapeutic treatment of psychotic disorders based on finding, understanding and reordering...

Systems and Psychoanalysis: Contemporary Integrations in Family Therapy

by Carmel Flaskas & David Pocock

'This intellectually rigorous and generative collection of papers, positioned at the intersection of systemic and psychoanalytic therapy, captures the potential synergy of bringing these two honoured traditions...

The Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships

by Joyce Catlett & Robert Firestone

'Our inspiration for writing this book springs from a deep feeling for people and a grave concern that without a proper understanding of the reasons for their inhumanity in relation to one another and the development...

The Analytic Field: A Clinical Concept

by Roberto Basile & Antonino Ferro

'Until now no book has ever attempted to compare and contrast contributions on analytic field theory and at the same time to explore its clinical and technical implications. This volume is intended for the first...

Coping Better With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for CFS/ME

by Bruce Fernie & Gabrielle Murphy

CFS/ME is a debilitating disorder which affects both physical and psychological functioning. It is also a poorly understood condition which was not widely accepted as a specific disorder until only a few years...

Managing Work and Relationships at 35,000 Feet: A Practical Guide for Making Personal Life Fit Aircrew Shift Work, Jetlag, and Absence from Home

by Carina Eriksen

Aircrew are in many ways a unique occupational group. Their frequent travels across the world often result in long periods away from partners, family, and friends at home. When this is compounded by irregular...

Sweet Sorrow: Love, Loss and Attachment in Human Life

by Alan Eppel

This book defines the centrality of love and loss in human life and in human meaning. Bowlby's Attachment theory forms the basis for understanding our selves and our relationships. Alan Eppel proposes that love...

Flames from the Unconscious: Trauma, Madness, and Faith

by Michael Eigen

'To feel like an impostor is a recurrent theme among artists and to feel false as a person is a crucial theme in psychoanalysis. The sense that one is living a lie is important to many and often goes with a...