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Songs for a Mockingbird

by Bonnie Compton Hanson

All they wanted was a peaceful, simple life away from the troubles of the world, where they could worship God freely. That's why they moved to a quaint farm in Iowa. But that was before the guards, the guns...


Heaven Is A Deal

by Michael Gerber

An uproarious, irreverent, unauthorized parody of the Christian bestseller, Heaven Is A Deal tells the story of an unscrupulous Iowa couple's bungling attempts to send a preschooler to Heaven to meet Jesus—then...


The Future of the Internet--And How to Stop It

by Jonathan Zittrain

This extraordinary book explains the engine that has catapulted the Internet from backwater to ubiquity—and reveals that it is sputtering precisely because of its runaway success. With the unwitting help of...


Nobility of Spirit: A Forgotten Ideal

by Rob Riemen

In the pages of this slim, powerful book Rob Riemen argues with passion that ?nobility of spirit? is the quintessence of a civilized world. It is, as Thomas Mann believed, the sole corrective for human history....


The Psychology of Aristotle, The Philosopher: A Psychoanalytic Therapist's Perspective

by Charalambos Ierodiakonou

In this book, the author collects and discusses views and ideas of the ancient philosopher Aristotle which have psychological interest and compares them with today's theories. First, the soul-body problem is...


Containment in the Community: Supportive Frameworks for Thinking about Antisocial Behaviour and Mental Health

by David Reiss & Alla Rubitel

The primary focus of this volume is to support practice by individuals and teams that deal directly either with individuals diagnosed with mental disorder or with those whose presentation causes the same dilemmas...


Relocation, Gender and Emotion: A Psycho-Social Perspective on the Experiences of Military Wives

by Sue Jervis

This book has two main aims: firstly, to provide a rare, detailed description of the use of a psychoanalytically informed, reflexive research method to achieve an in-depth understanding of social phenomena;...


The How-To Book for Students of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

by Sheldon Bach

This is a book that grew out of the many practical "how-to" questions that the author's psychotherapy students have asked him over the years. It is neither an evidence-based compendium nor an attempt to summarize...


Executive Coaching: Systems-Psychodynamic Perspective

by Halina Brunning

A collection of papers by well-known contemporary writers that describe their own models of coaching and their thoughts on the theoretical roots that underpin their thinking and coaching practice.


A Beam of Intense Darkness: Wilfred Bion's Legacy to Psychoanalysis

by James Grotstein

The author surveys Bion's publications and elaborates on his key contributions in depth while also critiquing them. The scope of this work is to synopsize, synthesize, and extend Bion's works in a reader-friendly...


Beyond Happiness: Deepening the Dialogue between Buddhism, Psychotherapy and the Mind Sciences

by Gay Watson

Contemporary mind sciences are revealing facts about the brain and its development that have much to teach us about health and happiness. For a greater part of the twentieth century, psychology and psychotherapy...


Mentalizing in Child Therapy: Guidelines for Clinical Practitioners

by Schmeets Schmeets, Annelies Verheugt-Pleiter & Jolien Zevalkink

Mentalization-based child therapy, previously known as developmental therapy, is the latest branch on the psychoanalytic tree of knowledge. It comprises a number of techniques that address deficiencies in specific...


On Being Normal and Other Disorders: A Manual for Clinical Psychodiagnostics

by Paul Verhaeghe

The central argument of On Being Normal and Other Disorders is that psychic identity is acquired through one's primary intersubjective relationships. Thus, the diagnosis of potential pathologies must also be...


Standing on their Own Feet: You and Your Younger Adolescent

by Judith Trowell

Young children are cute and delightful or are having temper tantrums. Primary school children are eager and enthusiastic; gaining mastery of their world; defiant and difficult at times, but still mainly wanting...


Entropy of Mind and Negative Entropy: A Cognitive and Complex Approach to Schizophrenia and its Therapy

by Tullio Scrimali

Schizophrenia is the central problem in the sciences of the mind, not only for its etiological, psychopathological and clinical aspects, but also because of its implications for therapy and rehabilitation. In...


Work Discussion: Learning from Reflective Practice in Work with Children and Families

by Jonathan Bradley & Margaret Rustin

'Work Discussion brings together a combination of close observation of, and personal and interpersonal responses to, the minutiae of the work setting and its dynamics, both internal and external. Such a model...


Envy and Gratitude Revisited

by Alessandra Lemma & Priscilla Roth

These stimulating essays are evidence that 50 years after its publication Melanie Klein's Envy and Gratitude is still a rich source of psychoanalytic inspiration. Sixteen highly regarded analysts, representing...


When Work Takes Control: The Psychology and Effects of Work Addiction

by Pernille Rasmussen

The purpose of this book is to explain, first, what happens when we become too involved in our work, and, second, how we avoid being controlled by our work and how we prevent family members, friends, colleagues,...


Dialogue and Desire: Mikhail Bakhtin and the Linguistic Turn in Psychotherapy

by Rachel Pollard

Mikhail Bakhtin, the Russian philosopher and cultural critic, was one of the pioneers of the 'linguistic turn' in philosophy and is now widely associated with the concept of the dialogical self and dialogical...


Passion for the Human Subject: A Psychoanalytical Approach Between Drives and Signifiers

by Bernard Penot & Elizabeth Kelly-Penot

Each one of us has to be born "inter urinas et faeces", as St. Augustine so strikingly put it. More recently, Freud's 1915 discovery of 'instincts' - that is, 'drives' - and their 'viscitudes' leads us further...