Twenty-four papers on or relating to schizophrenia, written between 1951 and 1963.
'This collection of Dr. Searle's papers on schizophrenia is unquestionably the finest book on the subject yet published. Robert P. Knight, in his fine preface, notes that among Searle's attributes is a 'High degree of candor and personal humility.' This is an essential trait for anyone who, successful in treating schizophrenics, decides to write in order to help others make their way through the maze. The papers all feature a wealth of exactly appropriate clinical material.'- International Journal of Group Psychotherapy'These collected papers may be used as a textbook which delineates advanced techniques in the intensive psychotherapy of the schizophrenic patient. Experienced therapists will find that Searle's thoughtful discussions will deepen their understandings of their daily encounters with psychotic patients. Searle's research has fashioned new and useful forms for the data he has been able to uncover in his relationship with schizophrenic patients'.- Archives of General Psychiatry
Series: Maresfield Library
Number Of Pages: 800
Published: 31st December 1986
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 14.7 x 3.9