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Table of Contents
Part I Science, Morals, and Psychotherapy; Chapter 1 The Morals of Psychotherapy; Chapter 2 The Blurred Boundaries of Psychotherapy; Chapter 3 The Modes of Psychotherapy; Chapter 4 Ferment and Inflation; Part II The Healing Modes: Insight Therapy; Chapter 5 Speaking and Knowing; Chapter 6 The Uses of Consciousness; Part III The Healing Modes: Action Therapy; Chapter 7 An Epitaph for Insight; Chapter 8 Antidotes for Anxiety; Chapter 9 Shaping New Behavior; Chapter 10 The Uses of Specificity; Part IV Human Complexity and Integrative Therapy; Chapter 11 Orthodoxy, Novelty, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy; Chapter 12 The Price of Personal Integrity; Part V The Saving Guild; Chapter 13 Psychotherapy as Service Guild; Chapter 14 Scientific Priesthood and Secular Salvation;
Perry London, Harvard University Graduate School of Education.