Loving Psychoanalysis: Technique and Theory in the Therapeutic Relationship

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Loving Psychoanalysis: Technique and Theory in the Therapeutic Relationship, Susan S. Levine, Jason Aronson, Inc., ISBN-10: 0765706245, ISBN-13: 978-0765706249

Playful, yet profound, Susan Levine's book, Loving Psychoanalysis, makes the too-often forbidding world of psychoanalysis accessible to everyone by her unique writing style. She writes evocatively and artistically on topics ranging from My Fair Lady and leopards to courage and fractals. As she candidly describes her own experiences with her analysands, she conveys the essence of the analytic relationship. In her writing the reader feels the personal touch of Montaigne blending with the bright colors of Chagall. Levine's insightful and original view of analysis leaps from the pages—a view embodying an experience which is authentic, aesthetic, loving, and deeply helpful. Her enthusiasm is contagious. This alone recommends this book for her analytic colleagues as well as for all potential analysands who will appreciate Levine's insights into the essential humanity of today's analysts. (Axel Hoffer, M.D.)

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