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Hidden Conversations: An Introduction to Communicative Psychoanalysis

by David L. Smith

Hidden Conversations introduces Robert Langs radical reinterpretation of psychoanalysis by presenting and expanding his ideas in new and accessible ways. It is the first clear account of the theories underlying...

Boundary and Space: An Introduction to the Work of D.W. Winnicott

by Madeleine Davis & David Wallbridge

D.W. Winnicott - one of this centuries most important theorists - is the focus of the new edition of this extraordinary volume. Drawing extensively upon Winnicott's own papers and lectures, the main themes of...

Technique in Jungian Analysis

by Michael Fordham, Rosemary Gordon & Judith Hubback

This volume will be of enormous interest and value to the growing number of people qualified both in the established and the new training societies for analysts and therapists, or studying to enter them. Within...

Dream Analysis: A Practical Handbook of Psychoanalysis

by Ella F. Sharpe

Written originally as a practical handbook on dream analysis, this book has established itself as a work of lasting value not only to psychoanalysts engaged in therapy, for whom it is primarily intended, but...

The Child: Structure and Dynamics of the Nascent Personality

by Erich Neumann

The Child is an examination of the structure and dynamics of the earliest developments of ego and individuality. In it we progress from the primal relationship of a child and mother through to the emergence...

Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought

by John D. Sutherland

A volume of six public lectures given in 1956 as part of the celebrations of the centenary of Freud's birth, organised by the British Psycho-Analytical Society.

Autistic Barriers in Neurotic Patients

by Frances Tustin

"[Tustin] deals very sensitively and sensibly with the knotty problem of parents' contribution to autistic development, providing a balanced interactive view which does not allocate blame. Her discussion of...

Sexual Excitement: Dynamics of Erotic Life

by Robert J. Stoller

'This is a study of sexual excitement. It is the fifth book - perhaps more accurately, the fifth chapter in one work - on masculinity and femininity (gender identity), carrying forward ideas examined in my last...

The Origins and History of Consciousness

by Erich Neumann

The Origins and History of Consciousness is an important and wide-ranging interpretation of the relations between psychology and mythology. Erich Neumann undertakes to show that the individual consciousness...

Explorations into the Self

by Michael Fordham

This rewarding work is the product of sustained observation of and reflection on phenomena arising out of three broad topics in the field of analytical psychology. Firstly it analyses and evaluates the ambiguity...

Learning from Experience

by Wilfred R. Bion

'As the problems raised in this book are fundamental to learning they have a long history of investigation and discussion. In phsycho-analytical practice, particularly with patients displaying symptoms of disorders...

Second Thoughts: Selected Papers on Psychoanalysis

by Wilfred R. Bion

Second Thoughts is a collection of papers on Schizophrenia, Linking and Thinking, and his commentary upon them in the light of later work. Originally composed between 1950 and 1962, it derives its title from...

Phantasy in Everyday Life: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Understanding Ourselves

by Julia Segal

Over the past fifty years dramatic ideas and discoveries have arisen out of the work of analysts. In Phantasy in Everyday Life Julia Segal is mainly concerned with Melanie Klein's contribution to the field and...

The Long Week-End 1897-1919: Part of a Life

by Wilfred R. Bion

The Long Week-End is a reminiscence of the first twenty-one years of Wilfred Bion's life: eight years of childhood in India, ten years at public school in England, and three years in the army.INDIA: 'Intense...

The Unconscious as Infinite Sets: An Essay in Bi-logic

by Ignacio Matte Blanco

A systematic effort to rethink Freud's theory of the unconscious, aiming to separate out the different forms of unconsciousness. The logico-mathematical treatment of the subject is made easy because every concept...

Envy is Not Innate: A New Model of Thinking

by Patricia Polledri

This book is a comprehensive revision of the notion of envy, suggesting that envy is not innate and proposing some fresh ideas about its relation to psychopathology. Its argument is that envy is not simply attributable...

Theory and Practice of Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy

by Ferruccio Osimo & Mark J. Stein

The book opens with an introduction to and history of the experiential dynamic therapies (EDT) including the groundbreaking Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) of Habib Davanloo and its subsequent...

Coaching in Education: Getting Better Results for Students, Educators, and Parents

by Christian van Nieuwerburgh

Coaching in Education: Getting better Results for Students, Educators and Parents will support educational organisations to learn more about the current interest in coaching approaches within schools, colleges...

The Spirit of Sanity

by Neville Symington

A rare and unusual consideration of the spiritual dimensions of sanity from a psychoanalytic perspective, this transcription of a series of seven lectures delivered at the Tavistock Clinic capture the spontaneity...

Pregnancy: The Inside Story

by Joan Raphael-Leff

Utilising her wealth of material and experience, Raphael-Leff explores various aspects of 'the inside story' of pregnancy. She answers such questions as: What meanings does childbearing have in the internal...