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Van Gogh Psychological Portrait Of the Creative Genius
A fascinating psychological portrait of a brilliant painter that illuminates the complexity of the creative genius
Untangling Psychic Knots When the Past Acts in Me
This reflection is supported by very rich clinical material: victims of military dictatorships in South America; mothers of jihadists; people suffering from mental disorders, etc…
A great specialist on intimacy examines the question: What are we really looking for in adultery?
Truths or Lie? Why do we believe lies?
This book, which explores the mechanism of a lie, reads like a collection of stories.
Élie Hantouche, Vincent Trybou
Treating Your Cyclothymia Seven Keys of Self-Mastery
This sensible, useful guidebook is illustrated with numerous examples; it includes self-evaluation tests, practical information, and exercises for daily use.
Gilles Teneau, Géraldine Lemoine
Toxic Handlers Generators of Goodwill in Companies
Criteria to enable HR professionals and company managers to recognize, recruit, and support these unique personalities who are so valuable to organizations.
Too Bad – I’m Going For It 50 Stories to Grab onto Life
How can one perceive one’s own freedom? How can one listen to oneself, others, and chance? How can we act so we’re not on automatic pilot? Fifty short essays that focus on that bit of awareness that helps us see life from a positive angle.
To Suffer or to Love
Psychological and spiritual tools to feel better about yourself and with others
Three Seductive Ideas
Do the first two years of a childs life really determine his or her future development? Are human beings, like other primates, solely motivated by the pursuit of pleasure? What can be concluded today about the notion of temperament? Is it stable and unchanging throughout life? This book is the culmination of a lifetime of research. Jerome Kagan, one of the founders of modern development psychology, is known the world over for the precision and originality of his work, as well as for his overall examination of the methods and meaning of psychology. Jerome Kagan teaches at Harvard University. He is the author of several works on psychology that are regarded as classics.
Three Questions On The Family
Aldo Naouri’s complete reference work! The fruit of all his experience related to the fragile and essential parent-child relationship
Think Before Divorcing
How to save a marriage and prevent irreparable damage
The Thetis Complex To enjoy or not to enjoy life; finding the right balance
The Thetis complex, or the increasingly widespread difficulty in finding a good balance between the quite natural desire to enjoy life, and the acceptance that everything cannot be lived according to one’s desires.
Therapy through Rhythmic Dance Healing through dance
Dance: an inner movement that can liberate any person who allows him or herself to be carried away by music.
Therapists' Confidences Learn from therapists’ own lives how to find inner harmony
A book that can be of great help by enabling readers to follow the example of a professional therapist.