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The LIBRARY OF OBJECT RELATIONS AT JASON ARONSON
Series Editors: David E. Scharff, Jill Savege Scharff


  The Scharff Collection:
      A Primer of Object Relations Therapy (formerly Scharff Notes); Refinding the Object and Reclaiming the Self; Projective and Introjective Identification and the Use of the Therapist's Self; Object Relations Couple Therapy; Object Relations Family Therapy; Foundations of Object Relations Family Therapy; Object Relations Therapy of Physical and Sexual Trauma; Object Relations Theory and Practice: An Introduction, Object Relations Individual Therapy; and Tuning the Therapeutic Instrument: Affective Learning of Psychotherapy.
 
  By various authors:
 
      From Inner Sources, N. G. Hamilton, Ed. Repairing Intimacy, J. Siegel. How to Survive as a Psychotherapist, N. Coltart. Close Encounters, R. Winer. Crisis at Adolescence, S. Box et al. The Autonomous Self: The Work of John D. Sutherland, J. Scharff, Ed. Personal Relations Therapy: Collected Papers of H. J. S. Guntrip, J. Hazell, Ed. Psychoanalytic Group Therapy, K. Konig and W. V. Lindner. From Instinct to Self: Selected papers of W. R. D. Fairbairn, Vols. 1 and 2, D. Scharff and E. Birtles, Eds. Object Relations Brief Therapy, M. Stadter. A Prophetic Analyst: Erich Fromms Contribution to Psychoanalysis , M. Cortina and M. Maccoby. A Primer of Kleinian Therapy, I. Solomon. Countertransference, K. Konig. Containing Rage, Terror, and Despair, J. Seinfeld. Love and Hate in the Analytic Setting, G. Gabbard. Intricate Engagements, S. Frankel. Freuds Cases, Imre Szecs÷dy, Ed.
 
  IIORT announces the publication of
Tuning the Therapeutic Instrument: The Affective Learning of Psychotherapy
By Jill and David Scharff written together with IIORT students and faculty
Published by Jason Aronson, April 2000 
 
      This is the first publication of the IIORT teaching and learning method, a model that offers a radical revision of training for dynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. The book is the result of contributions from 18 IIORT students and faculty, and gives firsthand reports of their learning and teaching experiences interspersed with the theory that forms the foundation of our teaching. The book offers an in-depth introduction to our way of working and a moving description of the process of learning and teaching object relations. Become a "Friend of IIORT" (see registration form) and receive a personalized complimentary copy, or order now from Politics and Prose Books, 1-800-722-0790 -- mention IIORT for a 10% discount on the book.

Link to Jason Aronson Inc.

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