. . . a welcome addition . . . Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in a College Context is a concise, erudite, and useful introduction to this emerging specialty. Contemporary Psychology An excellent addition to the sparse literature on psychotherapy in college settings. This well-written collection demonstrates the applicability and usefulness of brief psychoanalytic psychotherapy in college settings. It also usefully presents important information about some of the most difficult and demanding disorders treated in academic settings (e.g., eating and narcissistic character disorders). Choice In one of the few professional books to consider psychotherapy with college students as a particular specialty, Robert May invited senior, experienced college psychotherapists to examine the unique and typical characteristics of therapy with young adults in college. From organizational and administrative aspects to specific clinical techniques, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in a College Context offers college counselors, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychoanalysts all the information needed for effective, sound treatment.
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