The aim of the The International Psychoanalytical Association Psychoanalytic Ideas and Applications Series is to focus on the scientific production of significant authors whose works are outstanding contributions to the development of the psychoanalytic field and to set out relevant ideas and themes, generated during the history of psychoanalysis, that deserve to be discussed by present psychoanalysts.
Primitive Agony and Symbolization
The Analytical Process Journeys and Pathways
The Art of Interpretation Deconstruction and New Beginnning in the Psychoanalytic Process
The Conscious in Psychoanalysis
By Wilma Bucci
July 05, 2019
From Impression to Inquiry is a tribute to the work of Robert Wallerstein and is a homage to his exceptional attitude regarding the problem of agreements, divergences, and uncertainties in psychoanalysis....
By Juan Eduardo Tesone
December 31, 2011
This book emphasizes the influence of the name given at birth in terms of the construction of subjectivity. It offers the reader a fascinating journey through the meanders of culture, literary quotations, stories heard, and a difficult journey through the pain and horror of certain realities....
Edited By Nellie L. Thompson
April 01, 2015
Eleanor Galenson had a remarkable career whose singular focus was her life-long interest in the maturational and psychosexual vicissitudes of infancy and early childhood. The selection of her writings in this volume highlight her approach to the study of the early years of life and, in particular, ...
By Rene Roussillon
December 31, 2011
The fundamental outlook of this book is clinical. It attempts to establish a unitary model of the processes at work in different forms of narcissistic pathology, and to offer a model that is both an alternative to, and complementary to, Freud's model of what are usually considered to be neurotic ...
By Marion Michel Oliner
December 31, 2012
This book skillfully combines autobiographical stories with clear psychoanalytical theories. During her childhood, the author experienced the Holocaust and was left understandly traumatised by it. It was her desire to confront this trauma that led her to psychoanalysis. For decades, the coherence ...
Edited By Marilia Aisenstein, Elsa Rappoport de Aisemberg
December 31, 2010
Psychosomatics have classically been of peripheral importance within our wellknown theoretical models, despite the fact that they do have a history in the field of psychoanalysis. This might be owing to the fact that Freud did not explicitly approach psychosomatics and, in consequence, did not put ...
By Carlos Guillermo Bigliani
July 31, 2013
This book is organised in a way of listening to a dialogue between theoretical approaches. It represents an effort to build bridges between the different ways, both psychoanalytical and systemic, of thinking about the shame and humiliation and its context, which can cross-fertilise each other....
By Laura E. Rubinstein
December 31, 2007
This book offers us the wisdom of a distinguished group of international psychoanalysts about supervision and other aspects of the psychoanalytic training experience. It serves as a stimulus to our thinking about the most important aspect of psychoanalytic education....
By Thierry Bokanowski
February 13, 2017
The term 'psychoanalytical process', though occurring but rarely in Freud's works, has become firmly established nowadays despite being hard to define, explain, or pin down in conceptual or meta-psychological terms. Although it is often employed as equivalent to 'psychoanalytic work', currents of ...
By Wolfgang Loch
December 31, 2006
This book examines Freud's use and definition of interpretation as a therapeutic tool as well as views it from the philosophical perspective of meaning and its definition. In addition, it examines the later developments made by Klein and Bion....
By Antonio A. Semi
December 31, 2007
This book focuses on consciousness in psychoanalysis. It deals with judgement, the psychic activity that Sigmund Freud already called primary judgement in his "Project for a Scientific Psychology", and then with secondary judgement....
By Viviane Chetrit-Vatine
February 25, 2014
According to Jacques Andre, "the patient's encounter with the analyst is a scene of seduction, the seductive statement being that of the fundamental rule or the invitation to address that which is most intimate or personal to a complete stranger." But the practice of psychoanalysis can only unfold ...