Lee Kassan

Lee Kassan is a psychoanalyst based in New York City. He is a Life Fellow of AGPA.

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Second Opinions: Sixty Psychotherapy Patients Evaluate their Therapists

Second Opinions: Sixty Psychotherapy Patients Evaluate their Therapists

by Lee Kassan

  • Paperback £52.00

This text arose out of interviews between Lee Kassan and 60 patients, who discussed with him their experiences in psychotherapy. The book covers the decision to enter treatment, the selection of a... (more)

Peer Supervision Groups: How They Work and Why You Need One

Peer Supervision Groups: How They Work and Why You Need One

by Lee Kassan

  • Hardback £78.00

Peer supervision is an important component of many psychotherapists professional lives, particularly those in private practice. This first and only book on peer supervision groups describes in detail... (more)

Shrink Rap: Sixty Psychotherapists Discuss Their Work, Their Lives, and the State of Their Field

Shrink Rap: Sixty Psychotherapists Discuss Their Work, Their Lives, and the State of Their Field

Edited by Lee Kassan

  • Hardback £137.00

Therapists are always willing to write and talk about cases, but somewhat reluctant to expose themselves and their experiences. In this book, however, sixty psychotherapists of various backgrounds,... (more)

Advances in Group Psychotherapy: Living in the Passionate Bad Fit

Advances in Group Psychotherapy: Living in the Passionate Bad Fit

by Stewart L. Aledort

  • Print £28.79 (RRP : £31.99 save £3.20)

Advances in Group Psychotherapy presents an exploration of the work of Stewart Aledort in group psychotherapy.

The book covers key areas of Aledort’s work in group psychotherapy, including... (more)

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