Notes on the Management of a Spoiled Identity
Analyzes the feelings of the physically deformed and other social outcasts toward themselves and others
The nineteenth-century French master combined personal comment and detached analysis in this exploration of the aspects, stages, and varieties of love, particularly passionate, romantic, unrequited love, and the imagination's power to transfigure love's object and energies.
The Psychiatric Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.
Case histories are presented to illustrate the use of hypnosis in psychiatric therapy by Dr. Milton H. Erickson
A Guide to Rational Living
Two psychotherapists describe the nature and success of their rational-emotive approach to solving mental and emotional problems and present actual case histories
Eros and Pathos
Shades of Love and Suffering
A Guide for Adult Children of Alcoholics
Designed to help adult children of alcoholics face life-long problems
A translation of Freud's 1900 statement concerning his theory of the nature and mechanism of dreams
Question of Lay Analysis
Freud believed that a medical education was not necessarily useful to, and might even impede, the psychoanalyst, but he met strenuous resistance among his followers, particularly in the United States. In The Question of Lay Analysis he set forth his views on the issue. The book makes its point energetically and in addition serves as an informal popularization of psychoanalytic ideas.
A Blue Fire
Gathers the influential psychologist's writings on imaginal psychology, betrayal, suicide, parenthood, perception and consciousness
Trances People Live
Healing Approaches in Quantum Psychology