A SAFE PLACE

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Harvard University Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Psychology - 174 pages
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Drawing on his rich experience within psychiatry, Leston Havens takes the reader on an extraordinary journey through the vast and changing landscape of psychotherapy and psychiatry today. Closely examining the dynamics of the doctor–patient exchange, he seeks to locate and describe the elusive therapeutic environment within which psychological healing most effectively takes place.

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A safe place: laying the groundwork of psychotherapy

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Havens (psychiatry, Harvard Medical Sch.) offers an updated perspective on the patient-therapist alliance (i.e., safe-place making) and a review of the professional need for constant awareness of the ... Read full review

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I was always curious about exactly how Isreal came to be. This book offers an excellent, fairly independent perspective on how it all began and how we got into the middle eastern mess we are now in ... Read full review

Contents

Making a Safe Place 1 MY DOCTOR
3
FREUDS INVENTION
18
WORDS AS DEEDS
32
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