Topsy The Story of a Golden-haired Chow
The Psychotherapy of Everyday Life
Helene Deutsch A Psychoanalyst's Life
By Marie Bonaparte
February 28, 1994
Topsy is a psychoanalytic tale of the effects of a dog on its owner; the analyst is the great Marie Bonaparte. Only after being told that her dog had cancer did she realize the attachment she developed to Topsy. She describes the emotions she experienced during the time of Topsy's illness and ...
By Peter Lomas
January 31, 1993
The place of the psychotherapist within the hierarchy of the medical profession and his status in the public opinion are ambiguous: many myths and ill-informed fears cloud the practice of psychotherapy—not the least of which is the thorny issue of doctor-patient relationships. In this finely etched...
By Paul Roazen
November 30, 1991
Student and protege of Sigmund Freud, Helene Deutsch was one of the most influential psychoanalysts of her time. An early woman analyst, Deutsch was an ardent feminist and a leading proponent of Freud's controversial theories about the psychology of women. Deutsch was also one of the first ...
By Victor Tausk
March 31, 1991
Tausk was a major figure among pre-World War I psychoanalysts and a prominent pupil of Freud. Twelve of his papers are collected here and introduced by Pa Roazen (social and political science, York U.). Indexed by name only. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or....