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Published April, 2016
By Kate Rothwell
Publisher: Free Association Books
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The field of forensic arts therapies is dynamic and diverse, and so this unique volume covers a fascinating range of work. It brings together a collection of presentations given at FATAG conferences, case studies, research, new developments in theory, and explorations in the peculiarities of forensic arts therapies: art, music, drama, and dance.

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Published September, 2015
By Gill Gregory
Publisher: Free Association Books
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The Studio is a unique and exciting work, referencing Freud and other psychoanalytic heavy-weights to examine a difficult past - loss, trauma and the complexities of life are addressed and explored. Each chapter takes a painting as its focus, the author engages with each work and psychoanalytic processes while reflecting on her own life.

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Published June, 2010
By Thierry Janssen and Hellmut W. A. Karle
Publisher: Free Association Books
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Examines the daunting task of reconnecting: reconnecting our mind to our body, in order to gain a true sense of well-being, and reconnecting our body to our inner resources, in order to prevent or to heal illness. This title explores Western and Eastern techniques, and invites the reader to discover the astounding capacities of human beings.

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Published May, 2010
By Hellmut W. A. Karle and Jennifer H. Boy
Publisher: Free Association Books
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This second edition of the continues to meets both the needs of beginners, and serves as a reference source for the more experienced. All the treatment programmes have been used and are fully illustrated with case studies.

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Published April, 2010
By Valerie Sinason
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Published May, 2008
By Isobel Hunter-Brown and R. D. Hinshelwood
Publisher: Free Association Books
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R D Laing, from a contemporary perspective, is admired as a pioneer of ideas and a charismatic and prominent anti-psychiatrist. This book reveals, however, that Laing's view of sanity and insanity as a continuum and his opposition to high-dosage anti-psychotic medication already formed part of the Scottish psychiatric tradition.

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Published May, 2006
By Denys Ribas
Publisher: Free Association Books
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Reviews childhood autism, focusing on the work of Hans Asperger. This book examines the theories under discussion, including developments in genetics, access to symbolisation and, in a constant concern with clinical practice, instigates a constructive debate between the traditionally conflicting views of psychoanalysis and the cognitive sciences.

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Published March, 2006
By Patrizia Brunori, Gianna Candolo, Maddalena Dona Delle Rose and Maria Chiara Risoldi
Publisher: Free Association Books
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Account of how psychotherapists, from Bosnia and Italy, struggled with the psychological trauma in women who had suffered rape; torture; loss of husbands, children, and cultural identity. This book describes clinical work and training by a small innovative group of psychotherapists who worked through cases of individual and collective suffering.

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Published February, 2006
By Sami Timimi and Begum Maitra
Publisher: Free Association Books
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Bringing together knowledgeable specialists across the spectrum of child and adolescent psychiatry, this text questions many of psychiatry's cherished assumptions, and offers different ways of thinking about theory and practice. It also explores the influence of drug companies, the impact of trauma, the crisis in academic medicine, and more.

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