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The Free Association Narrative Interview Method

The Free Association Narrative Interview Method

Dec 26th, 2013No Comments

“In approaching our defended subject, we were assisted by two concepts: gestalt and free association.”

Company Man

Company Man

Jun 7th, 2013No Comments

“Taking a cue from La Barre and Devereux, I have had a longstanding interest in the role of the conscious and unconscious personhood of the observer, researcher, and scholar (countertransference) in all facets of anthropological work. Most recently, as organizational consultant and clinical teacher, I have come to compose and use my own poetry as tools of insight, imagination, collaboration, and intervention.” –Howard F Stein

Vamik Volkan Releases New Book

Vamik Volkan Releases New Book

May 24th, 2013No Comments

“This book is very different from my other books, since it is about my journey into political psychology.”

Second Edition of ‘Developmental Time, Cultural Space’ Released

Second Edition of ‘Developmental Time, Cultural Space’ Released

Apr 26th, 2013No Comments

“In this ground-breaking book, Developmental Time, Cultural Space, Howard Stein presents the concept of psychogeography: How the experience and perception of our bodies generates experiences and perceptions in the political and social world.”

New Book by David Levine

New Book by David Levine

Jan 11th, 2013No Comments

“David Levine discusses how ethical conduct is a special way of relating to others, one that secures respect for their integrity by assuring that what they do can express who they are.”

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