Sunday, April 24, 2016

The Unconscious Reconsidered



The Unconscious Reconsidered


It just doesn't get much better than this. In this work, the editors pull together excellent articles on the nature of cognitive behavior therapy. In contrast the myth, behavior analysts and therapists do not ignore cognitive material, conscious or nonconscious. They merely approach it from a more empirical framework and with more parsimonious concepts. Both adherents of behavior therapy and psychodynamic approaches will get a better understanding ot the two systems with this book. The "unconscious" is not off-limits for either school, and this book shows how to discuss the issue most intelligently.


Dissociative and Conversion Disorders


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