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Finding Your Way with Your Baby: The Emotional Life of Parents and Babies

1. Finding Your Way with Your Baby: The Emotional Life of Parents and Babies

by Dilys Daws, Alexandra de Rementeria

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Finding Your Way with Your Baby explores the emotional experience of the baby in the first year and that of the mother, father and other significant adults.

This updated edition is informed by... (more)

The Surviving Object: Psychoanalytic clinical essays on psychic survival-of-the-object

2. The Surviving Object: Psychoanalytic clinical essays on psychic survival-of-the-object

by Jan Abram

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In this book, Abram proposes and elaborates the dual concept of an intrapsychic surviving and non surviving object and examines how psychic survival-of-the-object places the early m/Other at the... (more)

Three Characters: Narcissist, Borderline, Manic Depressive

3. Three Characters: Narcissist, Borderline, Manic Depressive

by Christopher Bollas

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It is important to point out that these essays are about character types; it is not to suggest that all borderlines, narcissists or manic depressives are the same. Everyone is an individual and are... (more)

Life after a partner's suicide attempt

4. Life after a partner's suicide attempt

by Dr Francis McGivern

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Life After a Partner's Suicide Attempt is the first publication to document in depth the lived experiences of the partners of individuals who have attempted to take their own lives. Although no one... (more)

Body as Psychoanalytic Object: Clinical Applications from Winnicott to Bion and Beyond

5. Body as Psychoanalytic Object: Clinical Applications from Winnicott to Bion and Beyond

Edited by Caron Harrang, Drew Tillotson

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This book explores the role of bodily phenomena in mental life and in the psychoanalytic encounter, encouraging further dialog within psychoanalysis, philosophy, and the humanities, and contributing... (more)

Freud's Pandemics: Surviving Global War, Spanish Flu and the Nazis

6. Freud's Pandemics: Surviving Global War, Spanish Flu and the Nazis

by Brett Kahr

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In this compelling book, the first in the new Freud Museum London series, Professor Brett Kahr describes how Sigmund Freud endured innumerable emotional pandemics during his eighty-three years of... (more)

The Unanswered Self: The Masterson Approach to the Healing of Personality Disorders

7. The Unanswered Self: The Masterson Approach to the Healing of Personality Disorders

by Candace Orcutt

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James F. Masterson pioneered an innovative clinical approach to the dynamic psychotherapy of personality disorder, based on a steadily evolving synthesis of his own theory and interchange with other... (more)

Finding the Piggle: Reconsidering D. W. Winnicott's Most Famous Child Case

8. Finding the Piggle: Reconsidering D. W. Winnicott's Most Famous Child Case

Edited by Corinne Masur

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The Piggle is one of the most famous and beloved child cases in the history of psychoanalysis. A two-year-old girl suffering from terrible nightmares, depression, and self-harming behaviours, the... (more)

The Absent Father Effect on Daughters: Father Desire, Father Wounds

9. The Absent Father Effect on Daughters: Father Desire, Father Wounds

by Susan E. Schwartz

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The Absent Father Effect on Daughters investigates the impact of absent - physically or emotionally - and inadequate fathers on the lives and psyches of their daughters through the perspective of... (more)

Dangerous Lunatics: Trauma, Criminality and Forensic Psychotherapy

10. Dangerous Lunatics: Trauma, Criminality and Forensic Psychotherapy

by Brett Kahr

  • Paperback £12.99

In the pre-modern era, those who committed serious crimes would invariably be treated with extreme cruelty - often punished, tortured, eviscerated, and executed in the most grisly, sadistic fashion. ... (more)

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