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Talking cure : mind and method of the Tavistock Clinic / edited by David Taylor.

Title
Talking cure : mind and method of the Tavistock Clinic / edited by David Taylor.
Publication
London : Duckworth, 1999.

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Additional Authors
Taylor, David
Description
xii, 203 p. : ill.; 24 cm.
Summary
"It has long been known that having someone listening carefully to what we say, can help us make sense of life and cope better with its difficulties. In a unique synthesis of modern human relations, psychology and science, experienced psychotherapists from the renowned Tavistock Clinic explore the power of the mind and the importance of therapy."--Jacket.
Subjects
Note
  • "This book was written to accompany a BBC 2 TV series about the Tavistock Clinic"--P. [ix].
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
Contents
1. Beginning of the Mind -- 2. Play -- 3. Are Children Innocent? -- 4. How Does Growing up Happen? -- 5. What Causes the Mind -- 6. Love -- 7. Dreaming -- 8. What is a Family? -- 9. Groups -- 10. Work -- 11. Food for the Mind -- 12. Attitudes to Normality and Psychiatric Illness -- 13. Mental Distress and Mental Illness -- 14. Therapy -- 15. Registering Time -- 16. Age -- 17. The Future.
ISBN
0715629247
OCLC
  • 42273647
  • SCSB-12055999
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library