This fascinating book features the writings from therapists'children--ranging in age from seven to over eighty--as they explore how they feel about their parents and themselves. Observe the emotional health of analysts'children, whether they are more mature than children whose parents are in other professions, what their unique difficulties and strengths are, and how they relate to the people around them.
Life With Father: Franz Alexander, MD
About King Laius and Oedipus: Reminiscences From a Childhood Under the Spell of Freud
A Letter From Dr. Alfred Adler's Granddaughter
I Look at Life From Both Sides Now
Confessions of a Freudian's Offspring
Life With "Maman"
Reflections on Being a Son of a Psychoanalyst
What It's Like Having a Shrink for a Mother
My Mother Always Questions
Both My Parents are Analysts
Breast-Fed on Psychoanalysis
Feel Scared and Do It Anyway!
Mom and Dad Are Psychoanalysts
A Psychotherapist's Discussion With Her Daughter
Son of Analyst Leads "Fairly Normal Life"
The Analyst as Parent
The Children of Psychoanalysts: An Informal Survey
Psychotherapy With Children of Psychotherapists
Series: Current Issues in Psychoanalytic Practice Ser.
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 102
Published: January 1986
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 14.61
Weight (kg): 0.27
Edition Number: 1