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In this book, Dr. Henry Kellerman presents a set of principles (psychological/psychoanalytic axioms) which underpin the curing of psychological/emotional symptoms through the use of four terms that comprise a psychological equation. Each of these terms is spelled-out, and then throughout the book, specific symptoms are identified, and in a step-by-step display, the reader can follow the cure of the symptom through the use of this new... more...

We strive to be psychologically healthy―happy, productive, balanced, calm. But nearly every one of us has suffered from some kind of psychological problem―depression, anxiety, fear of heights or crowds, obsessions, compulsions, and dozens of other troubles. In this book, richly experienced psychoanalyst Dr. Henry Kellerman explains the four things we need to do to solve many of the psychological problems that come up in life. He then shows how his... more...

For all our knowledge of psychopathology and sociopathology--and despite endless examinations of abuse and torture, mass murder and genocide--we still don't have a real handle on why evil exists, where it derives from, or why it is so ubiquitous. A compelling synthesis of diverse schools of thought, Psychoanalysis of Evil identifies the mental infrastructure of evil and deciphers its path from vile intent to malignant deeds. Evil is... more...

The debate between theist and atheist is an old one and has recently become a highly publicized one. There are some well known proponents of arguments on both sides. To provide a different perspective this book takes a psychoanalytically based evolutionary view, presenting an entirely original theoretical concept. It introduces an epigenetic component to the discussion of God/no God within the context of evolutionary processes at the point where a... more...

The Handbook of Psychodiagnostic Testing is an invaluable aid to students and professionals performing psychological assessments. It takes the reader from client referral to finished report, demonstrating how to synthesize details of personality and pathology into a document that is focused, coherent, and clinically meaningful. This new edition covers emerging areas in borderline and narcissistic pathologies, psychological testing of preschool... more...

Love is Not Enough: What It Takes to Make it Work explores why couples fall into the same types of relationship traps time and again and offers sound advice, based on extensive research and real case stories, for recognizing and combating the forces that can sink a promising relationship.While it is true that opposites can attract, irrevocably opposed personalities and habits cannot sustain a relationship. How can you foresee one partner being the... more...