A Safe Place
Laying the Groundwork of Psychotherapy
Havens, LestonPublisher: Harvard, USA
Year Published: 1996 First Published: 1989
Pages: 162pp ISBN: 0-674-00086-2
Library of Congress Number: RC437.5.H39 1989 Dewey: 616.89'14"01--dc20
Resource Type: Book
Hawkin examines the practice of psychotherapy and psychiatry and asks what allows psychological healing to take place.
Table of Contents
Making a Safe Place
1. My Doctor
2. Freud's Invention
3. Words as Deeds
Reinventing the Interview
4. Talking to a Stranger
5. Reliable Findings
6. Anatomy of a Suicide
Today and Tomorrow
9. Sullivan and the Heart
10. The Future of Healing
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