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Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books

Posted by Dinah on May 16, 2008, at 19:47:51

In reply to Useful psychology and psychotherapy books, posted by Dinah on September 22, 2004, at 20:15:16

Whoops. I haven't been at all good about keeping this thread current.

But I really do have a question. I've devoured all my psychology books of the type I like best. Interesting case studies. Things like:

"The Mummy at the Dining Room Table"

"The Love Bug and Other Tales of Psychotherapy"

"The Man with the Beautiful Voice"

"The Taboo Scarf and Other Tales of Therapy"

"Schopenhauer's Porcupines"

"The Fifty-Minute Hour"

"Moments of Engagement"

"The Luckiest Girl in the World"

and of course

"Every Day Gets a Little Closer"

"Love's Executioner"

"Momma and the Meaning of Life"

I've just finished "Delivering Doctor Amelia" which wasn't a collection so much as an entire book about one case. I didn't have strong feelings about it one way or another.




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