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The History of psychotherapy

Author: Jan Ehrenwald
Publisher: Northvale, N.J. : J. Aronson, ©1991.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jan Ehrenwald
ISBN: 0876682808 9780876682807
OCLC Number: 29909619
Description: 589 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Healing magic, ancient oriental version. Assyrian and Babylonian tablets ; The papyrus ebers --
Healing magic, western style: the Lorica of Gildas the Briton ; Saint Francis heals the leper ; The laying on of hands and the royal touch ; James Graham's celestial bed ; Sir Kenelm Digby's powder of sympathy --
Healing magic in sleep and dream. The tablets of Epidaurus ; Artemidorus of Daldis ; The Navaho medicine man's interpretation of dreams --
Healing magic: survival and revival in modern times. Magic and the art of healing / James Frazer ; Magic and the profile of a magician / Bronislaw Malinowski ; Revival of black magic in Africa / Albert Schweitzer ; A passage from "totem and taboo" / Sigmund Freud --
Salvation through renunciation. Selections from the sacred books of the east: the Upanishads; the Bhagavad Gita; Buddha's fire sermon ; "The yellow emperor's classic on internal medicine" ; Saint Francis de Sales --
Scriptural demonology and the healing miracles of the bible. The old and new testaments --
The bonfires of the inquisition or the witches' hammer versus mental disease. Kramer and Strenger's "malleus maleficarum" --
Modern miracles. Lourdes, as believers and skeptics have seen it: Dr. Boissarie, Emile Zola, Alexis Carrel --
Mary Baker Eddy's Christian Science. Sibyl Wilbur; Mark Twain; Stefan Zweig --
Prelude to psychotherapy. Dialogues / Plato ; Prescription for the good life / Epicurus --
Hippocrates and the not-so-sacred disease --
Light in the dark ages. Selections from Bartholomaeus Angelicus, Avicenna, and Moses Maimonides --
Pracelsus, the magician turned scientist --
Johan Weyer, or the twilight of the witches --
Philippe Pinel, who took the chains off the insane --
Anton Mesmer: the healing power that was only in the patient's imagination --
Hypnotism, suggestion, and the power of ideas. Selections from Braid, Liebeault, Bernheim, Charcot, and Janet --
Freud and the advent of the scientific method in psychotherapy --
Adler's individual psychology --
Focus on culture and interpersonal relationships / H. S. Sullican, E. Fromm, K. Horney, and H. Kelman --
Transactional analysis: therapy without tears / Eric Berne and T.A. Harris --
Jung in search of the soul. Freud or Jung? / Glover ; Freud versus Jung: the mythophobic versus the mythophilic temper / Ehrenwald --
Existential therapies: the quest for transcendence. Selections from L. Binswanger, M. Boss, R. May ; R.D. Laing's Kingsley Hall --
Parapsycholgy: magic lost and regained?: Freud, Servadio, Ehrenwald, Eisenbud ; Ullman's REM experiements --
Behavior modification: psychotherapy with a psyche?: H.J. Eysenck, J. Wolpe, T. Kraft, T. Szasz, I. Bieber, J. Marmor ; J. Masserman ; Samples of a controversy --
Psychoanalysts rediscover the body. Selections from W. Reich and F. Perls --
Group therapies: mental health for the small consumer. Selections from A. Wolf, S.H. Foulkes, J.L. Moreno --
Encounter and intamacy versus alienation and detachment. Selections from C. Rogers, M.A. Lieberman, M.B. Miles, and I.B. Yalom, with a note of caution by K.W. Bak.
Responsibility: edited by Jan Ehrenwald.

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