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If it were possible to rob the patient of a truly neurotic symptom, then, according to
theory, he should be hurt in one way or another, i.e., thrown into anxiety or
acutely disturbed in some other way. A fair analogy would be ripping away the ...
The therapist in all the cases cited was interested in the patient, concerned about
him, was trying to help him, thereby proving to the patient that he had worth in the
eyes of at least one person. Since the therapist was in all cases someone who ...
While it follows from what has been presented above that the average patient
would thrive best in a warm, friendly, democratic partnership relation, there are
too many for whom it will not be the best atmosphere to allow us to make it into a
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jmcdbooks - LibraryThing
Rated: C+ This book is one of his classics. Not a primer for beginners but an advanced work for his colleagues. Good to ready directly about his understanding of the hierarchy of needs and self ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - drbubbles - LibraryThing
Better than every self-help book at which I've ever looked, but, after the first Part, still not great. To warrant its thesis it relies upon claims developed less than rigorously, where it doesn't ... Read full review