Questions of Basic Psychoanalytic Technique. Disillusionment, Neutrality, and Instruction in Psychoanalysis. An Analytic Approach to the Treatment of Massive Developmental Arrest. Idealization, Fantasy, and the Denial of Reality in Analysis. Distortion Versus Subjective Reality: Technical Divergence in the Management of Severe Regression. The Integration of Theory and Technique.
John E. Gedo, M.D., retired in 1990 as Training and Supervising Analyst, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. He is the author of numerous books for Analytic Press, including The Biology of Clinical Encounters (1991) and The Mind in Disorder (1998).
Mark J. Gehrie, Ph.D., trained in both anthropology and psychoanalysis, is a Training and Supervising Analyst, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. A frequent contributor to the literatures of both anthropology and psychoanalysis, Dr. Gehrie maintains a private practice in psychoanalysis in Chicago.
"The cases have been carefully selected, not only with respect to the nature and depth of their psychopathology but also to address such questions as their fundamental analyzability, potential for evoking counterresistance and countertransference, and considerations of analytic technique."- Jerrold Brandell, Ph.D., Readings