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The Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Casebook

by Arthur Becker-Weidman, Mary-Jo Land, Craig W. Clark & Kim Golding et al.

This book contains a detailed presentation and analysis of verbatim transcripts of actual Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy sessions and describes a comprehensive approach to treatment, Dyadic Developmental...

Behavioral Addiction: Screening, Assessment, and Treatment

by An-Pyng Sun, Larry Ashley & Lesley Dickson

A reference manual that examines, defines, and presents behavioral addiction in a compelling discussion to practitioners, students, and general public.

The Therapist's Guide to Addiction Medicine: A Handbook for Addiction Counselors and Therapists

by Barry Solof

A comprehensive volume on addiction medicine designed for therapists and counselors practicing in or entering the field of addiction treatment.

Quest for Answers: A Primer of Understanding and Treating Severe Personality Disorders

by Salman Akhtar

Q & A format/discusses the 'as-if' personality/malignant narcissism/projective identification/cumulative trauma/etc.

Raising Biracial Children

by Kerry Ann Rockquemore & Tracey A. Laszloffy

As the multiracial population in the United States continues to rise, new models for our understanding of mixed-race children and their conception of racial identity must be developed. Raising Biracial Children...

The Road to Unity in Psychoanalytic Theory

by M. D. Rangell

This book notes the rise and fall of psychoanalysis within the intellectual sciences, and attributes the decline to the fragmentation of its basic theory. Following an analysis of the course of development of...

Group Psychotherapy with Children

by Haim G. Ginott

A practical guide to play therapy with children. This book covers aspects of treatment including the selection of appropriate patients, choice of toys, setting limits, and working with parents. The capabilities...

About Grief: Insights, Setbacks, Grace Notes, Taboos

by Ron Marasco & Brian Shuff

About Grief is a refreshingly down-to-earth book about an issue that blindsides many people. Written in a warm and conversational way that is, at times, deeply moving, at times, surprisingly amusing, and always...

Stop Caretaking the Borderline or Narcissist: How to End the Drama and Get on with Life

by Margalis Fjelstad

People with Borderline or Narcissistic Personality Disorders are master manipulators; Caretakers fall for them every time. This book helps Caretakers break the cycle and puts them on a new path of personal freedom,...

How to Read Human Nature

by William Walker Atkinson

Human Nature is a term most frequently used and yet but little understood. The average person knows in a general way what he and others mean when this term is employed, but very few are able to give an off-hand...


by William Walker Atkinson

It needs very little argument to convince the average thinking person of the great importance of memory, although even then very few begin to realize just how important is the function of the mind that has to...

The Art of Logical Thinking

by William Walker Atkinson

In inviting you to consider the processes of reasoning, we are irresistibly reminded of the old story of one of Moliere's plays in which one of the characters expresses surprise on[Pg 11] learning that he "had...

Your Mind and How to Use It

by William Walker Atkinson

Psychology is generally considered to be the science of mind, although more properly it is the science of mental states—thoughts, feelings, and acts of volition. It was formerly the custom of writers on the...

Self and Others: Object Relations Theory in Practice

by N. Gregory Hamilton, M.D.

A handbook of this new development in psychoanalysis.

Child Mental Status Examination

by Jerome D. Goodman

The authors incorporate the neurologic examination into a play framework, wherein they can analyze a child's personality and development, searching for 'soft' signs of postural or motor incoordination, and for...

Totem and Taboo

by Sigmund Freud

In this book the attempt is ventured to find the original meaning of totemism through its infantile traces, that is, through the indications in which it reappears in the development of our own children. The...

Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality

by Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, was a physiologist, medical doctor, psychologist and influential thinker of the early twentieth century. He articulated and refined the concepts of the unconscious...

Leonardo da Vinci

by Freud

When Sigmund Freud examined Leonardo da Vinci.

Sigmund Freud was the first to apply psychoanalysis to art. He choose for his subject the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci. Making bold claims about Leonardo's...

Dream Psychology

by Sigmund Freud

Since the downfall of the mythological hypothesis an interpretation of the dream has been wanting. The conditions of its origin; its relationship to our psychical life when we are awake; its independence of...

A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis

by Sigmund Freud

Freud's Major Theories have given the world a new conception of both infancy and adolescence, and shed much new light upon characterology; given us a new and clearer view of sleep, dreams, reveries, and revealed...