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  1. Psychoanalysis, Literature and War

    Papers 1972-1995

    By Hanna Segal

    Series: The New Library of Psychoanalysis

    Many of the themes which were elaborated in Hanna Segal's earlier work return in this volume of her most recent papers. Two act as connecting strands and give the book its unity: the clinical usefulness of the concept of the death instinct and the relationship between fantasy and reality. A past...

    Published January 1st 1997 by Routledge

  2. Returns of the French Freud:

    Freud, Lacan, and Beyond

    Edited by Todd Dufresne

    Creating a snapshot of current thinking about psychoanalysis, this lively collection examines the legacy of Freud and Lacan. Through provocative and penetrating arguments, the contributors take psychoanalysis to task for 0ts dark view of human nature, theoretical sorcery, devaluation of femininity,...

    Published January 1st 1997 by Routledge

  3. On Intimate Ground

    A Gestalt Approach to Working with Couples

    Edited by Gordon Wheeler, Stephanie Backman

    Couples therapy has long been regarded as one of the most demanding forms of psychotherapy because of the way it challenges therapists to combine the insights of dynamic psychology with the power and clarity of systems dynamics. In this exciting new volume, Gordon Wheeler and Stephanie...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  4. Crazy Hope and Finite Experience

    Final Essays of Paul Goodman

    Edited by Taylor Stoehr

    From the publication of Growing Up Absurd in 1960 until his death in 1972, Paul Goodman had the ear of the young radicals of the New Left, pouring forth books and articles on education, technology, decentralization, and of course, the war in Vietnam. Yet Goodman saw himself primarily as an...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  5. Here Now Next

    Paul Goodman and the Origins of Gestalt Therapy

    By Taylor Stoehr

    Paul Goodman left his mark in a number of fields: he went from being known as a social critic and philosopher of the New Left to poet and literary critic to author of influential works on education (Compulsory Mis-education) and community planning (Communitas). Perhaps his most significant...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  6. The Collective Silence

    German Identity and the Legacy of Shame

    Edited by Barbara Heimannsberg, Christoph J Schmidt

    The silence surrounding the Holocaust continues to prevent healing - whether of the victims, Nazis, or the generations that followed them. The telling of the stories surrounding the Holocaust - all the stories - is essential if we are to understand what happened, recognize the part of human...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  7. Organizational Consulting

    A Gestalt Approach

    By Edwin C. Nevis

    In this classic text, pioneering organizational consultant Edwin C. Nevis presents an approach to organizational consulting which is grounded in Gestalt theory. Nevis brings his well-known insight, conceptual clarity and decades of experience to bear on the entire spectrum of concerns facing...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  8. Everyday Mysteries

    Existential Dimensions of Psychotherapy

    By Emmy van Deurzen

    Everyday Mysteries provides an in-depth introduction to existential psychotherapy. Presenting a philosophical alternative to established forms of psychological treatment, it emphasizes the problems of living and the human dilemmas which are often neglected by practitioners who focus on personal...

    Published December 25th 1996 by Routledge

  9. Hope

    A Shield in the Economy of Borderline States

    By Anna Potamianou

    Series: The New Library of Psychoanalysis

    In the well known myth of Pandora, hope was the last and most need gift at the bottom of a box of myriad misfortunes let loose on an unsuspecting world. For most human beings hope is a positive benefit. Anna Potamianou shows how in the 'borderline' patient hope can become a perverted and omnipotent...

    Published December 4th 1996 by Routledge

  10. Cultural Pluralism and Psychoanalysis

    The Asian and North American Experience

    By Alan Roland

    Cultural Pluralism and Psychoanalysis explores the creative dialogue that the major psychoanalysts since Freud have had with the modern Northern European/North American culture of individualism and tries to resolve major problems that occur when psychoanalysis, with its cultural legacy of...

    Published December 3rd 1996 by Routledge