You can’t really know what it is like to be in psychoanalysis--unless you actually are in psychoanalysis—until now. Through his fascinating new book, Psychotherapy: Lives Intersecting, retired psychoanalyst Louis Breger and his former patients tell it like it really is.
Louis Breger is professor emeritus of psychoanalytic studies at the California Institute of Technology. He is also a practicing psychoanalyst, having trained in Los Angeles in the classical tradition of Freud. He became critical of traditional psychoanalysis and, together with a group of other free thinkers, established the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles and was one of its founding presidents.
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