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  1. The Narration of Desire

    Erotic Transferences and Countertransferences

    By Harriet K. Wrye, Judith K. Welles

    In this richly woven study of preoedipal erotic experience, Harriet Kimble Wrye and Judith Welles focus on patients for whom early mothering did not sustain the flowering and subsequent transformation of early erotic desire. Such patients remain under the sway of a primitive eroticism that is often...

    Published March 31st 1998 by Routledge

  2. How the Brain Talks to Itself

    A Clinical Primer of Psychotherapeutic Neuroscience

    By Jay E Harris

    Now you can more fully understand and help your clients with this description of the development of the consciousness of identity as it occurs in well-defined stages. How the Brain Talks to Itself synthesizes recent discoveries in cognitive neuroscience with a psychoanalytic understanding of human...

    Published March 23rd 1998 by Routledge

  3. Adolescence

    Psychotherapy and the Emergent Self

    By Mark McConville

    Many therapists can attest to the fact that adolescents can be difficult and frustating clients-problems are seldom well defined, clearly delineated symptoms are more exception than the rule, and troubling situations often involve the entire family. Gestalt therapist Mark...

    Published January 31st 1998 by Gestalt Press

  4. Teenage Pregnancy

    The Interaction of Psyche and Culture

    By Anne L Dean

    Unwed teenage pregnancy is a national problem - and a puzzle for clinicians and social psychologists. For how are we to understand a pattern of behavior that is strongly motivated and yet likely to end in unfortunate outcomes? Moreover, why does the pattern of unwed teenage pregnancy repeat in...

    Published December 31st 1997 by Routledge

  5. The Widening Scope of Shame

    Edited by Melvin R. Lansky, Andrew P. Morrison

    The Widening Scope of Shame is the first collection of papers on shame to appear in a decade and contains contributions from most of the major authors currently writing on this topic. It is not a sourcebook, but a comprehensive introduction to clinical and theoretical perspectives on shame that is...

    Published December 21st 1997 by Routledge

  6. A History of Child Psychoanalysis

    By the late Pierre Geissmann, Claudine Geissmann

    Series: The New Library of Psychoanalysis

    Child analysis has occupied a special place in the history of psychoanalysis because of the challenges it poses to practitioners and the clashes it has provoked among its advocates. Since the early days in Vienna under Sigmund Freud child psychoanalysts have tried to comprehend and make...

    Published December 17th 1997 by Routledge

  7. Sexual Subjects

    Lesbians, Gender and Psychoanalysis

    By Adria E. Schwartz

    Sexual Subjects, a psychoanalytic book informed by gender theory, queer theory and feminism, addresses the tensions inherent in writing about lesbians and sexuality in the postmodern age. Adria Schwartz masterfully intertwines clinical anecdotes with engaging theoretical questions that examine the...

    Published December 9th 1997 by Routledge

  8. Shadow of the Other

    Intersubjectivity and Gender in Psychoanalysis

    By Jessica Benjamin

    Shadow of the Other is a discussion of how the individual has two sorts of relationships with an "other"--other beings, other individuals. The first regards the other as an entirely different being from oneself, but one which is still recognizable. The second understands and recognizes this other...

    Published December 2nd 1997 by Routledge

  9. Emotional Vertigo

    Between Anxiety and Pleasure

    By Danielle Quinodoz

    Series: The New Library of Psychoanalysis

    In this unique, prize-winning study Danielle Quinodoz unravels the unconscious significance of the feelings of vertigo which arise in situations where there is no immediate physical danger of falling and no organic cause. She traces the origins of such emotional vertigo to inner anxieties around...

    Published November 12th 1997 by Routledge

  10. Subject Relations

    Unconscious Experience and Relational Psychoanalysis

    By Naomi G . Rucker, Karen L. Lombardi

    Traditional psychoanalysis views relationships as forged through individual drives--a satisfaction and fulfillment of needs and desires. Rucker and Lombardi contend, however, that all relationships cannot be explained so simply; rather, they argue that human relationships carry meanings which...

    Published November 12th 1997 by Routledge