How Does Analysis Cure?
An important work for working psychoanalysts, this book is important not only for psychologists, but also for anyone interested in the complex inner workings of the human psyche.
Introduction by Arnold Goldberg, M.D.
Part One: The Restoration of the Self—Responses and Afterthoughts
1. Analyzability in the Light of Self Psychology
2. A Reexamination of Castration Anxiety
3. The Problem of Scientific Objectivity and the Theory of the Psychoanalytic Cure
Part Two: The Nature of the Psychoanalytic Cure
4. Self-Selfobject Relationships Reconsidered
5. The Curative Effect of Analysis: A Preliminary Statement Based on the Findings of Self Psychology
6. The Curative Effect of Analysis: The Self Psychological Reassessment of the Therapeutic Process
7. The Self Psychological Approach to Defense and Resistance
8. Reflections on the Self-analytic Function
9. The Role of Empathy in Psychoanalytic Cure
10. The Selfobject Transferences and Interpretation