Psychotherapy All books
Didier Pleux, Camille Cellier
We're both fighting A Diary of Anorexia
How can anorexia be overcome? A young anorexic reveals the diary of her therapy and cure
The Psychology of Cancer A New Approach
Finally, a unique, rigorous analysis of the links between cancer and the psyche
Martin Desseilles, Moïra Mikolajczak
Living better With Your Emotions
Learning to master your emotions will make you stronger to overcome life’s difficulties
Nothing Is Going My Way or How Panic Attacks Descend on Me, Out of the Blue
A comic book, in the popular “girly” style, which gives an alternative slant to psychiatric disorders and CBT.
Tobie Nathan, Nathalie Zajde
Psychotherapy is gripped by an intense paradox. It is being attacked (apparently justifiably) on all sides....
The End of Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy is becoming extinct. This book warns us of a process that threatens society.
Christophe André, François Lelord
Self Esteem Liking Yourself in Order to Live Better With Others
Self-belief, self-love, self-confidence... These are all facets of self-esteem, a basic aspect of the human personality, which results from our self-image and how we judge ourselves...
In Support of a New Wisdom Third Generation Psychotherapies
Using meditation and mindfulness to adapt to our changing society
Telling and Dying of Shame
It is shame’s “intimate theatre” that Cyrulnik explores here, in his new book
Marie-Frédérique Bacqué, François Baillet
Coping With Cancer
This book will help readers understand cancer's dual physical and psychological impact.