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The New Analyst's Guide to the Galaxy
A Web of Sorrow
The Fictions of Dreams
Otto M. Rheinschmiedt
The Essential Being
Anamilagros Perez Morazzani
Rafael E. Lopez-Corvo
The Linked Self in Psychoanalysis
Lea S. de Setton
David E. Scharff
Engaging Primitive Anxieties of the Emerging Self
Howard B. Levine
Learning About Human Nature and Analytic Technique From Mothers and Babies
Nara Amelia Caron
Rita Sobreira Lopes
Acerca de "Lo Inconsciente" de Freud
Mary Kay O'Neil
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Karnac is one of the few remaining independent publishers in the U.K. Having begun publishing psychoanalytic texts in the 1970s, they continue to be the leading psychoanalytic publisher in Britain, dedicated to psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and related subjects such as organizations, family, child, and adolescent studies.
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The Art of Inspired Living
"This is a highly recommended and valuable resource both for those seeking support for their self-coaching journey as well as professional and experienced coaches who will find in its pages much-needed inspiration and ideas to further develop their capacity to beneficially impact their clients’ lives."
- Dr Michael Worrell, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Programme Director Post-Graduate Diploma in CBT
Royal Holloway University of London Central and North West London Foundation Trust
Key Concepts of Lacanian Psychoanalysis
"Dany Nobus has not only assembled an outstanding collection of essays which clarify and expand upon crucial elements in Lacan’s teaching, but perhaps more impressively, he has also constructed an introduction to Lacanian theory and practice that is both clear and sophisticated, and by all means definitive."
- Kenneth Reinhard, Associate Professor of English, University of California, Los Angeles
The Tavistock Learning Group
"This book is a must-read for group and organizational scholars and researchers, for organizational consultants whose thinking is informed by psychodynamic and socio-technical ideas, and for even very experienced Tavistock Group Relations Learning Conference consultants and staff members. There is much
to be learned from this very sophisticated scholarly text by these and related audiences. Using core Tavistock Group Relations concepts, Hazell and Kiel creatively and brilliantly demonstrate how these ideas push the boundaries on these topics in a manner that can enhance our understanding of a subset of non-Tavistock dynamic and non-dynamic psychological and social sciences theories and research findings. They go on to present a series of unique and remarkably thoughtful and creative explorations of Tavistock Group Relations ideas and several surprising more traditional topics."
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- Solomon Cytrynbaum, PhD, Professor Emeritus, School of Education and Social Policy and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Who's Behind the Couch?
Kerry L. Malawista
"Years ago, the analyst’s anonymity was key, with the analyst sitting behind the couch in order not to reveal himself. This book turns everything upside down: analysts lie on the couch, and with complete self-disclosure seem to take their clothes off. There is no other book that better exemplifies the
changes occurring in our way of conceiving psychoanalytic theory and practice. This book is really worth reading, it has a lot to teach: to therapists, to patients, and also to non-professional readers."
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- Paolo Migone, editor of the journal Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane
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