Classics in Psychoanalytic Technique

Classics in Psychoanalytic Technique
Author : Robert J. Langs
Publisher : Jason Aronson, Incorporated
Total Pages : 512
Release : 1977-07-07
ISBN 10 : 9781461627807
ISBN 13 : 146162780X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Classics in Psychoanalytic Technique Book Description:

Dr. Robert Langs collects the most important and creative work ever published on how to do psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in Classics in Psychoanalytic Technique. Practioners should base their studies upon. This revised edition builds upon his previous volume of works, The Therapeutic Interaction, as well as extended the critiques that were included in the earlier book. The book is grouped into subject matters, and then arranged chronologically within each category, so as to provide a sense of growth in psychoanalytic thinking. Beginning with Freud's intrapsychic foundation and oedipal emphasis and spanning all the way to recent contributions. Included are the works of Winncott, the Kleinians, and Greenson, just to name a few. Dr. Langs concludes the volume with a paper of his own addressing the question of the whether the writings constitute a solid foundation or a façade. In any field growth and change are important, yet one can never forget their humble beginnings. Which is why Classics in Psychoanalytic Technique is a tribute to those who struggled to advance the field of psychoanalysis.


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