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  1. Commentaries

    Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 16.4

    Edited by Melvin Bornstein

    First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published November 1st 1996 by Routledge

  2. The Patient's Impact on the Analyst

    By Judy L. Kantrowitz

    The question of how psychoanalysts are affected by their patients is of perennial interest. Edward Glover posed the question in an informal survey in 1940, but little came of his efforts. Now, more than half a century later, Judy Kantrowitz rigorously explores this issue on the basis of a unique...

    Published November 1st 1996 by Routledge

  3. Breakdown and Breakthrough

    Psychotherapy in a New Dimension

    By Nathan Field

    Breakdown and Breakthrough examines the essential role of regression in the patient's recovery from mental illness. In light of this Nathan Field reassesses the role of the therapist tracing psychotherapy back to its earliest spiritual roots and comparing modern analytic methods with ancient...

    Published October 17th 1996 by Routledge

  4. Progress in Self Psychology, V. 12

    Basic Ideas Reconsidered

    Edited by Arnold I. Goldberg

    Volume 12 of the Progress in Self Psychology series begins with reassessments of frustration and responsiveness, optimal and otherwise, by MacIsaac, Bacal and Thomson, the Shanes, and Doctors. The philosophical dimension of self psychology is addressed by Riker, who looks at Kohut's bipolar theory...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Routledge

  5. Community and Confluence

    Undoing the Clinch of Oppression

    By Philip Lichtenberg

    Bridging the gap between psychology and politics, Lichtenberg presents a powerful argument for applying the methods and insights of the Gestalt perspective to social and political problems. Focusing on the inner dynamics of power and abuse relationships, this thoughtful treatment of victim/...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  6. Gestalt Reconsidered

    A New Approach to Contact and Resistance

    By Gordon Wheeler

    In this original and penetrating work, the origins of the Gestalt psychotherapy model are traced back to its roots in psychoanalysis and Gestalt cognitive and perceptual psychology. Drawing new implications for both Gestalt and psychotherapy in general from these origins - and with special...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  7. Shame in Context

    By Susan Miller

    In this enlightening and gracefully written study, Susan Miller examines shame in a variety of clinical contexts en route to a richer understanding of shame dynamics. Miller attends especially to the role of shame in creating and maintaining character pathology and devotes separate sections...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Routledge

  8. Gestalt Therapy

    Perspectives and Applications

    Edited by Edwin C. Nevis

    Gestalt Therapy: Perspectives and Applications is a classic text which, when it was first released in 1992, signaled a renaissance of Gestalt scholarship throughout the world. In this volume, Edwin Nevis, one of the foremost Gestalt writers, thinkers, and practitioners of the last 40 years,...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  9. Remembering Anna O.

    A Century of Mystification

    By Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen, Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen

    Remembering Anna O. offers a devastating examination of the very foundations of psychoanalytic theory and practice, which was born with the publication of Breuer and Freud's Studies on Hysteria in 1895. Breuer described the case of Anna O., a young woman afflicted with a severe hysteria whom he...

    Published September 10th 1996 by Routledge

  10. The Analyst's Preconscious

    By Victoria Hamilton

    How do the analyst's consciously held theoretical commitments intersect with the actual conduct of analysis? Do commitments to notions like "psychic truth" or "analytic neutrality" affect interpretive style, the willingness to acknowledge treatment mistakes, and other pragmatic preferences? Does...

    Published September 1st 1996 by Routledge