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A Clinical Introduction to Lacanian Psychoanalysis: Theory and Technique
Harvard University Press
"The goal of my teaching has always been, and remains, to train analysts." --Jacques Lacan, Seminar XI, 209 Arguably the most profound psychoanalytic thinker since Freud, and deeply influential in many fields, Jacques Lacan often seems opaque to those he most wanted to reach. These are the readers Bruce Fink addresses in this clear and practical account of Lacan's highly original approach to therapy. Written by a clinician for clinicians, ...
Psychoanalytic Diagnosis, Second Edition: Understanding Personality Structure in the Clinical Process
The Guilford Press
This acclaimed clinical guide and widely adopted text has filled a key need in the field since its original publication. Nancy McWilliams makes psychoanalytic personality theory and its implications for practice accessible to practitioners of all levels of experience. She explains major character types and demonstrates specific ways that understanding the patient's individual personality structure can influence the therapist's focus and style of ...
When Love Meets Fear: Becoming Defense-Less and Resource-Full
Examines the deepest roots of fear and how it limits our ability to act and fulfill our greatest potential.
Man Against Himself
In this landmark book, the impulse toward self-destructiveness is examined as a misdirection of the instinct for survival, a turning inward of the aggressive behavior developed for self-preservation. "One of the most absorbing books I have read in recent years" (Joseph Wood Krutch, The Nation). Index.
The User's Guide to the Human Mind: Why Our Brains Make Us Unhappy, Anxious, and Neurotic and What We Can Do ...
New Harbinger Publications, 2011
Your mind is not built to make you happy; it’s built to help you survive. So far, it’s done a great job! But in the process, it may have developed some bad habits, like avoiding new experiences or scrounging around for problems where none exist. Is it any wonder that worry, bad moods, and self-critical thoughts so often get in the way of enjoying life? Based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), The User’s Guide to the Human Mind ...
Further Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman
Take three wacky aunts, two talking animals, one nervous bride, and an upcoming hit, and you've got the follow-up to JB Lynn's wickedly funny Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman Knocking off a drug kingpin was the last thing on Maggie Lee's to-do list, but when a tragic accident leaves her beloved niece orphaned and in the hospital, Maggie will go to desperate lengths to land the money needed for her care. But the drug kingpin is ...
Psychoanalytic Diagnosis: Understanding Personality Structure in the Clinical Process
Nancy McWilliams PhD
The Guilford Press
This is the first text to come along in many years that makes psychoanalytic personality theory and its implications for practice accessible to beginning practitioners. The last book of its kind, which was published more than 20 years ago, predated the development of such significant concepts as borderline syndromes, narcissistic pathology, dissociative disorders and self-defeating personality. Contemporary students often react with bewilderment ...
Embracing Fear: and Finding the Courage to Live Your Life
A psychotherapist combines anecdotes from his practice, discussions about his own struggles with addiction and depression, and exercises on how to face fears and anxieties as part of a program to move beyond difficult personal fear-related obstacles.
Another Bad-Dog Book: Tales of Life, Love, and Neurotic Human Behavior
PublishingWorks, Inc., 2012
In this collection of 28 "riotously funny and outrageously honest" true-life tales, author Joni B. Cole manage to mingle low moments with high comedy; and social awkwardness with social observation. The title essay was inspired when the author went to the bookstore and noticed all the best sellers about adorably naughty dogs. At first resentful of these other writers' successes ("Unfortunately, my own career as an author had not been going so ...
Fear of Life
Alexander Lowen M.D., world famous psychiatrist and creator of Bioenergetic Analysis shows you how to resolve your fears and allow yourself to: • Surrender to love • Let go rather than control • Be rather than do • Flow rather than push
W. W. Norton & Company
In this book, Dr. Horney discusses the possibilities of self-analysis—to what extent individuals can use the techniques of psychoanalysis on their own to solve problems. She discusses the driving forces in the neuroses, the different stages of psychoanalytic understanding, the patient's and the analyst's share in the psychoanalytic process, occasional and systematic self-analysis, and the realistic expectations of undertaking self-analysis.
Millard Fillmore, Mon Amour: A Novel
St. Martin's Griffin
A hysterical new novel from the author of What's Wrong with Dorfman? Once a gangly teenager in oversized clothes, Plato G. Fussell is now handsome and independently wealthy. But inside he's still a bundle of neuroses and anxieties, with a tendency to engage in moronic word games in the presence of beautiful women. In the midst of working on his definitive ten-volume biography of Millard Fillmore, Plato finds himself dodging his vile ex-wife, ...
The Slavery of Death
According to Hebrews, the Son of God appeared to "break the power of him who holds the power of death-that is, the devil-and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death" What does it mean to be enslaved, all our lives, to the fear of death? And why is this fear described as "the power of the devil"? And most importantly, how are we-as individuals and as faith communities-to be set free from this slavery to death? ...
Basic Types of Pastoral Care & Counseling Revised: Resources for the Ministry of Healing & Growth
This standard text in the field of pastoral care and counseling has been updated to include changes that have occurred in the field, including crisis intervention, the emergence of lay caring groups, the feminist movement, and numerous others.
Knock Knock Inner Truth Journal, It's Gonna Be Okay
Science has proven that optimism is actually good for your heart, and this amusing writer’s journal affirms the notion that it’s also good for your brain. With playful prompts and witty quotations, It’s Gonna Be Okay is smart yet comforting like a pair of horn-rimmed rose-colored glasses. At Knock Knock our sensibility is proudly distinct, in contrast to the overwhelming homogenization that characterize committee-created corporate product. ...
Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of Neurosis
W. W. Norton & Company
Here Karen Horney develops a dynamic theory of neurosis centered on the basic conflict among attitudes of "moving forward" "moving against," and "moving away from" people. Unlike Freud, Horney does not regard neurosis as rooted in instinct. In her words, her theory is constructive because "it allows us for the first time to tackle and resolve neurotic hopelessness. . . . Neurotic conflicts cannot be resolved by rational decision. . . . But ...
The Neurotic Parent's Guide to College Admissions: Strategies for Helicoptering, Hot-housing & Micromanaging
Prospect Park Books
Feeling & Healing Your Emotions
M.D. Conrad W. Barrs
Feeling and healing Your Emotions offers guidelines for emotional and spiritual wholeness. In simple question-and-answer format, readers learn that all emotions are positive aspects of our nature and that a fully developed emotional life can strengthen one's spiritual life.
The Rest Of Your Life: Building A House Of Sobriety
Allen Reid McGinnis
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
A Workshop on Alcoholism and one man's opinion of how he learned to be happy, joyous and free. "Nobody speaks officially for the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous, not even the founders." Allen Reid McGinnis began his seminars with this disclaimer and repeated a version of it during each "workshop" he conducted. He was a teacher and understood his imperfections and honestly attempted to confront them during his life. He ...
Man for Himself: An Inquiry Into the Psychology of Ethics
In Man for Himself , Erich Fromm examines the confusion of modern women and men who, because they lack faith in any principle by which life ought to be guided, become the helpless prey forces both within and without. From the broad, interdisciplinary perspective that marks Fromm’s distinguished oeuvre, he shows that psychology cannot divorce itself from the problems of philosophy and ethics, and that human nature cannot be understood without ...
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