New psychoanalysis books from Routledge Mental Health

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Seeing and Being Seen

Seeing and Being Seen Emerging from a Psychic Retreat
By John Steiner
Part of The New Library of Psychoanalysis series
April 2011, 216pp., Paperback: 978-0-415-57506-5, $36.95

John Steiner continues the explorations he began in his excellent Psychic Retreats. In the course of ful!lling his aims, he has also summed up and enriched contemporary insight into many other aspects of the work of psychoanalysis - Roy Schafer, From the Foreword

The Shadow of the Tsunami and the Growth of the Relational Mind

The Shadow of the Tsunami and the Growth of the Relational Mind
By Philip M. Bromberg
August 2011, 256pp, hardback:978-0-415-88694-9, $39.95

The late Stephen A. Mitchell called [Bromberg's] writing 'unique jewels' – how Mitchell would have appreciated this new book! - Lewis Aron, Director, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

The New Dictionary of Kleinian Thought

The New Dictionary of Kleinian Thought
By Elizabeth Bott Spillius, Jane Milton, Penelope Garvey, Cyril Couve and Deborah Steiner
May 2011, 576pp, Paperback: 978-0-415-59259-8, $39.95

This book o!ers a comprehensive and wholly accessible exposition of Kleinian ideas and a thorough update of R.D. Hinshelwood's highly acclaimed original.

With Culture in Mind

With Culture in Mind: Psychoanalytic Stories
Part of the Relational Perspectives book series
Edited by Muriel Dimen
May 2011, 576pp, Paperback: 978-0-415-59259-8, $39.95

... an extraordinary collection. The writing is powerful and each vignette movingly
explores the complex psychosocial interdependence of patient and therapist...this book is a major contribution to a non-normative psychoanalysis.

The Suffering Stranger

The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice
By Donna M. Orange
April 2011, 279pp, paperback: 978-0-415-87404-5, $35.95

To join [Donna Orange's] accessible explication and close reading of a wealth of scholarly writing makes not only for an exciting intellectual adventure but also will touch our humanity at its core. - Frank M. Lachmann, Transforming Narcissism (Routledge, 2008)

The Christopher Bollas Reader

The Christopher Bollas Reader
By Christopher Bollas
July 2011, 312pp, paperback: 978-0-415-66461-5, $29.95

This reader brings together a selection of seminal papers by Christopher Bollas and will appeal to anyone interested in human experience and subjectivity.

World, Affectivity, Trauma

World, Affectivity, Trauma Heidegger and Post-Cartesian Psychoanalysis
Part of the Psychoanalytic Inquiry book series
By Robert D. Stolorow
April 2011, 136pp, paperback: 978-0-415-89344-2, $19.99

The book is a treasure for practicing clinicians of all styles, because it helps us understand some of the most central tenets of human life and the experience of trauma in great vividness and poignancy. - Carlo Strenger, Psychology Today

An Experiment in Leisure

An Experiment in Leisure
By Marion Milner
May 2011, 224pp, paperback: 978-0-415-55067-3, $19.95

What is it that stops people from knowing what they want? How often do we wonder where we are going and what our world is all about? With a new introduction by Maud Ellmann, An Experiment in Leisure remains a great adventure in thinking and living.

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