Against Therapy: Emotional Tyranny and the Myth of Psychological Healing

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Atheneum, Jan 1, 1988 - Psychology - 279 pages
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The author criticizes the practice of psychotherapy, contending that it is by nature abusive, and offering a history of the practice, an examination of the work of Freud and Jung, and a discussion of physical abuse by therapists

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In Assault on Truth ( LJ 2/15/84), Masson cast doubt on the foundation of psychoanalysis and Freud's seduction theory. In this book, Masson continues the precedent he set by offering well-documented ... Read full review

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Hersilie Rouy
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Dora and Freud
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Ferenczis Secret Diary and the Experiment
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