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The Girl on Paper
Author: Guillaume Musso
Publisher: Gallic Books
ISBN: 1906040885
Pages: 437
Year: 2012
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A story of friendship, love and the special place that books have in our lives from the number-one bestselling author.
Practice and Theory of Psychoanalysis
Author: Herman Nunberg
Year: 1948
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Unraveling the ADD/ADHD Fiasco
Author: David B. Stein
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 0740718592
Pages: 272
Year: 2001-08-15
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A parent's guide to raising a child suffering from ADD/ADHD explains how to treat problem behavior without Ritalin or other powerful drugs and how to teach children appropriate behavioral and cognitive skills, without drug therapy. Original.
MacMillan Dictionary of Anthropology
Author: Charlotte Seymour-Smith
Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA
Pages: 305
Year: 1986
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Mr. Chartwell
Author: Rebecca Hunt
Publisher: Dial Press
ISBN: 0679604340
Pages: 256
Year: 2011-02-08
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July 1964. Chartwell House, Kent: Winston Churchill wakes at dawn. There’s a dark, mute “presence” in the room that focuses on him with rapt concentration. It’s Mr. Chartwell. Soon after, in London, Esther Hammerhans, a librarian at the House of Commons, goes to answer the door to her new lodger. Through the glass she sees a vast silhouette the size of a mattress. It’s Mr. Chartwell. Charismatic, dangerously seductive, Mr. Chartwell unites the eminent statesman at the end of his career and the vulnerable young woman. But can they withstand Mr. Chartwell’s strange, powerful charms and his stranglehold on their lives? Can they even explain who or what he is and why he has come to visit? In this utterly original, moving, funny, and exuberant novel, Rebecca Hunt explores how two unlikely lives collide as Mr. Chartwell’s motives are revealed to be far darker and deeper than they at first seem. From the Hardcover edition.
The Adventure of Self-Discovery
Author: Stanislav Grof
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0887065414
Pages: 321
Year: 1988-01-31
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Here Grof presents a useful model of the psyche—a model extended by his thirty years of studying non-ordinary states of consciousness. It is useful for understanding such phenomena as shamanism, mysticism, psychedelic states, spontaneous visionary experiences, and psychotic episodes. The model is also useful in explaining the dynamics of experiential psychotherapies and a variety of sociopolitical manifestations such as war and revolution. This book might have been entitled Beyond Drugs. The second part describes the principles and process of the non-pharmacological technique developed by the author and his wife, Christina, for self-exploration and for psychotherapy. Grof explores in detail the components of this technique. He describes its method, its effective mechanisms, as well as its goals and potential. Its practice is simple, since it utilizes the natural healing capacity of the psyche.
The Unconscious Before Freud
Author: Lancelot Law Whyte
Pages: 219
Year: 1978
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Hypnotisme, Suggestion, Psychotherapie
Author: Hippolyte Bernheim
Publisher: Sagwan Press
ISBN: 1376471272
Pages: 706
Year: 2018-02-02
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Conversations with Professor Y
Author: Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Stanford Luce
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press
ISBN: 1564784495
Pages: 153
Year: 1986
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So begins the imaginary interview that comprises this novel. Professor Y, the interviewing academic, asks questions that allow Céline, a character in his own book, the chance to rail against convention and defend his idiosyncratic methods. In the course of their outrageous interplay, Céline comes closer to defining and justifying his poetics than in any of his other novels. But this is more than just an interview. As the book moves forward, Professor Y reveals his real identity and the characters travel through the streets of Paris toward a bizarre climax that parodies the author, the critic, and, most of all, the establishment.
Our adult world and its roots in infancy
Author: Melanie Klein
Pages: 15
Year: 1962
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Author: Norman Kreitman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Pages: 193
Year: 1977
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Le transfert négatif
Publisher: La Cause Freudienne
ISBN: 2905040505
Pages: 147
Year: 2005
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Le concept de transfert négatif n'est guère prisé par les élèves de Jacques Lacan. Pourtant en 1998 des psychanalystes d'orientation lacanienne se sont réunis autour de Jacques-Alain Miller à Madrid en 1998 pour converser ensemble sur ce thème. Ce séminaire organisé par nos collègues de la toute jeune Ecole Lacanienne de Psychanalyse du champ freudien, à Madrid, traite d'un sujet qui sied bien à un temps où faire confiance à un Autre a priori de bonne foi relève de l'audace. " Avoir quelqu'un à l'œil ", telle est la définition que donnait Lacan du transfert négatif pour qualifier son rapport à Freud, saisissant ainsi la portée féconde de cette position ombrageuse. Ce mot de Jacques Lacan met en évidence en quelque sorte une positivité du transfert négatif par laquelle la pulsion de mort se met au service du savoir. Rapporté à la structure qui le sous-tend, le transfert négatif se découvre une autre pertinence. Extrait du pur registre de l'affect, il devient un instrument de lecture efficace ; resitué dans l'histoire du mouvement psychanalytique il se fait l'interprète de la position du psychanalyste. Par son originalité et sa richesse, ce séminaire sur le transfert négatif est une date pour tous ceux qui se réclament de l'enseignement de Jacques Lacan et se réfèrent à l'orientation lacanienne. Jean Luc Monnier

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