Working at Relational Depth in Counselling and Psychotherapy


Dave Mearns - 2005
    Focusing on the concept of 'relational depth', authors Dave Mearns and Mick Cooper describe a form of encounter in which therapist and client experience profound feelings of contact and engagement with each other and in which the client has an opportunity to explore whatever is experienced as most fundamental to her or his existence.

Handbook of Hypnotic Suggestions and Metaphors


D. Corydon Hammond - 1990
    A book to be savored and referred to time and again, this handbook will become a dog-eared resource for the clinician using hypnosis.

Thought: A Very Short Introduction


Tim Bayne - 2013
    But what are thoughts? How does the brain--billions of tiny neurons and synapses--accomplish thought? In this compelling Very Short Introduction, Tim Bayne offers a compact but wide-ranging account of the nature of thought, drawing upon philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and anthropology. Bayne touches on a stimulating array of topics. Does thinking occur in public or is it a purely private affair? Do young children and non-human animals think? Is human thought the same everywhere, or are there culturally specific modes of thought? What is the relationship between thought and language? What kind of responsibility do we have for our thoughts? In what ways can the process of thinking go wrong? Beginning with questions about what thought is and what distinguishes it from other kinds of mental states, he explores the logical structures of thought as well as the mechanisms that make thought possible. In sum, this book provides an engaging survey of what we know--and what we don't know--about one of the most central of human capacities. About the Series: Oxford's Very Short Introductions series offers concise and original introductions to a wide range of subjects--from Islam to Sociology, Politics to Classics, Literary Theory to History, and Archaeology to the Bible. Not simply a textbook of definitions, each volume in this series provides trenchant and provocative--yet always balanced and complete--discussions of the central issues in a given discipline or field. Every Very Short Introduction gives a readable evolution of the subject in question, demonstrating how the subject has developed and how it has influenced society. Eventually, the series will encompass every major academic discipline, offering all students an accessible and abundant reference library. Whatever the area of study that one deems important or appealing, whatever the topic that fascinates the general reader, the Very Short Introductions series has a handy and affordable guide that will likely prove indispensable.

A Primer of Freudian Psychology


Calvin Springer Hall - 1954
    A Primer of Freudian Psychology

Analytical Psychology


C.G. Jung - 1935
    G. Jung, The Journal of analytical Psychology is the leading international Jungian journal. The ^Journal explores the practice as well as the theory of Jung's ideas and is dedicated to the comprehensive and in-depth presentation of current thinking among Jungian analysts. As well as important contributions to clinical practice, the Journal includes explorations of the arts, philosophy, theology and religion; trends in psychoanalysis; and the relationship between analytical psychology and social sciences.

The Science of Living


Alfred Adler - 1927
    This book includes sections on the inferiority complex, the superiority complex, and other related aspects like love, marriage, sex and sexuality, and the education of children. A seminal text in the history of psychoanalysis, this is a text that will appeal to those with a keen interest in psychology and Adlerian therapy, and it is not to be missed by the discerning collector. Many antiquarian books such as this are increasingly hard-to-come-by and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.

Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.


John Grinder - 1996
    Erickson's skills of hypnotism to the readers, identifying the elements of his skill by using refined patterning and modelling techniques. Erickson also describes his methods in his own words.

I Know You Are Lying


Mark McClish - 2001
    There are usually several ways you can phrase a statement. People will word their statement based on all their knowledge. Therefore, their statement may include information they did not intend to share.聽I Know You Are Lying聽will show you what to look for in a verbal and written statement to determine if a person is telling the truth. The Statement Analysis techniques聽will also聽show you聽how to obtain additional information from a statement. Also included is an analysis of eight high profile cases. An examination of these cases will help you review the Statement Analysis techniques, and it will show you who is being truthful and who is being deceptive in the following cases: - The Oklahoma City Bombing- The O.J. Simpson Murder Trial- Sexual Molestation Allegations Against Michael Jackson- The Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.- The Lindbergh Kidnapping and the Trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann- President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky Scandal- The Murder of Marylin Sheppard - The JonBenet Ramsey Murder Whether you are conducting an interview or listening to a conversation, when you use聽the Statement Analysis techniques you will be able to determine who is being truthful and who is being deceptive.

Introducing The Freud Wars


Stephen Wilson - 2002
    This book addresses the chief accusations leveled against Freud and the oppositions to his discoveries.

Your Conscious Mind: Unravelling the greatest mystery of the human brain (New Scientist Instant Expert)


New Scientist - 2017
    It makes us aware of the world around us and our own self. How all this emerges from a kilogram of brain cells is one of the greatest unanswered questions. In Your Conscious Mind leading brain scientists and New Scientist take you on a journey through the mind to discover what consciousness really is, and what we can learn when it goes awry. Find out if we will ever build conscious machines, what animal consciousness can tell us about being human and explore the enigma of free will. ABOUT THE SERIESNew Scientist Instant Expert books are definitive and accessible entry points to the most important subjects in science; subjects that challenge, attract debate, invite controversy and engage the most enquiring minds. Designed for curious readers who want to know how things work and why, the Instant Expert series explores the topics that really matter and their impact on individuals, society, and the planet, translating the scientific complexities around us into language that's open to everyone, and putting new ideas and discoveries into perspective and context.

The Way of the Dream (Shambhala Pocket Classics)


Marie-Louise von Franz - 1988
    He then asked the eminent psychoanalyst Marie-Louise von Franz to interpret these dreams on film, just as she would in a private analytical session. The resulting test is a primer explaining and demonstrating the art and science of dream analysis for the general public. The material covered includes dreams of men, dreams of women, what dreams tell us about ourselves and our relationships, the historical significance of dreams, and dreams about death and dying. Dr. von Franz concludes that one of the healthiest things people can do is to pay attention to their dreams: "Dreams show us how to find meaning in our lives, how to fulfill our own destiny, how to realize the greater potential of life within us."

Lament of the Dead: Psychology After Jung's Red Book


James Hillman - 2013
    Hillman, the founder of Archetypal Psychology, was one of the most prominent psychologists in America and is widely acknowledged as the most original figure to emerge from Jung’s school. Shamdasani, editor and cotranslator of Jung’s Red Book, is regarded as the leading Jung historian. Hillman and Shamdasani explore a number of the issues in the Red Book—such as our relation with the dead, the figures of our dreams and fantasies, the nature of creative expression, the relation of psychology to art, narrative and storytelling, the significance of depth psychology as a cultural form, the legacy of Christianity, and our relation to the past—and examine the implications these have for our thinking today.

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: A Therapist's Guide (Practical Therapist)


Albert Ellis - 1998
    Modern cognitive-behavioral therapy has its roots in the rational approach created by Ellis in the 1950s. Now known as Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Ellis’s systematic integrative approach has grown and matured into a powerful mainstream psychotherapy. Hundreds of thousands of patients have benefited from the active interventions of therapists using REBT. Includes a thorough description of REBT theory and procedures, case examples, exercises. Major themes include: The Theory of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy; The Practice of REBT; The Main Cognitive Techniques of REBT; The Main Emotive and Experiential Techniques of REBT; The Main Behavioral Techniques of REBT; The Integration of REBT with Other Psychotherapies; Summary and Conclusions.

Revolution in Mind: The Creation of Psychoanalysis


George Makari - 2008
    In a sweeping narrative, George Makari demonstrates how a new way of thinking about inner life coalesced and won followers who spread this body of thought throughout the West. Along the way he introduces the reader to a fascinating array of characters, many of whom have been long ignored or forgotten.Amid great ferment, Sigmund Freud emerged as a creative, interdisciplinary thinker who devised a riveting new theory of the mind that attracted acolytes from the very fields the Viennese doctor had mined for his synthesis. These allies included Eugen Bleuler, Carl Jung, and Alfred Adler, all of whom eventually broke away and accused the Freudian community of being unscientific. Makari reveals how in the wake of these crises, innovators like Sándor Ferenczi, Wilhelm Reich, Melanie Klein, and others reformed psychoanalysis, which began to gain wide acceptance only to be banished from the continent and sent into exile due to the rise of fascism.Groundbreaking, insightful, and compulsively readable, Revolution in Mind goes beyond myth and polemic to give us the story of one of the most controversial intellectual endeavors of the twentieth century.

The Behavior of Organisms


B.F. Skinner - 1938