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Collected Works of Charles Baudouin
Charles Baudouin (1893-1963) was a French psychoanalyst, and a contemporary of Freud, Jung and Adler. Now largely forgotten, Baudouin’s work warrants renewed attention from both psychoanalysts and historians. The Collected Works of Charles Baudouin is an opportunity to revisit some of his finest works.
Group Therapy: A 9-volume set
This set consists of titles originally published between 1972 and 1994. It brings together authors from Europe, the UK and the US, and includes a selected bibliography of group psychotherapy for students and teachers.
Basic Psychoanalytic Concepts: A 4-volume set
This set traces the psychoanalytic concepts evolved by Freud. Each volume takes a single theme in Freud’s thought and gives a concise but exhaustive account of the historical development of the concepts relating to it.
Jung: An 8-volume set
This set demonstrates how Jung’s theories can be applied to many aspects of human experience, as well as assessing the place of Jung in modern thought.
Freud: A 7-volume set
This set takes a multidisciplinary approach to Freud, reflecting an abiding interest in Freud’s theories, and in Freud the man.
Lacan: A 6-volume set
A major influence on French intellectuals in the twentieth century, Jacques Lacan has been referred to as ‘the most controversial psychoanalyst since Freud’. Routledge Library Editions: Lacan examines the influence of Lacan’s theories in a number of disciplines and includes a two-volume annotated bibliography of his works.