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    Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity by Gregory Bateson

    1980-07-02. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!


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    The Questions They Ask About Hypnosis. by Martin M. Segall

    Orange, NJ Power Publishers, Inc. , 1975. Paperback Second Ed; First printing. Very Good+ in Wraps: shows only the most minute indications of use: Just a hint of wear to extremities; mild rubbing; faint soiling; covers toned a little; binding secure; text clean. Close to 'As New'. NOT a Remainder. NOT a Book-Club Edition. NOT an Ex-Library copy. 8vo. 70pp. Second Ed; First printing thus. Paperback: Staple-bound Wraps


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    Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity (Advances in Systems Theory, Complexity, and the Human Sciences) by Gregory Bateson

    2002-09-02. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!


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    Freud, Dora and Vienna, 1900. by Hannah S. Decker

    New York, NY Macmillan: The Free Press, 1992. Paperback First Ed thus; First Printing indicated. First Ed thus; First Printing indicated. Fine in Wraps: binding square and secure; text clean. Virtually 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 320pp. Trade Paperback. Decker explores the psychoanalytic encounter between Freud and the 18-year-old girl he called "Dora" against the backdrop of fin-de- siecle Vienna and against the backdrop, too, of the virulent anti- semitism that characterized the period and pervaded the lives of Viennese Jews.


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    The Freud/Jung Letters: The Correspondence Between Sigmund Freud and C. G. Jung (Bollingen Series: No. 94) by Sigmund Freud & C.G. Jung (edited by William McGuire translated by Ralph Manheim and R.F.C. Hull)

    Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1975. William McGuire . Trade paperback. GOOD. 8vo. Bottom corners are creased. Spine creased. Bollingen Series XCIV. Includes b&w photos, a foldout photo of attendees of the Weimar Congress, appendices, bibliography, addenda, index. 650 pages. In April 1906, Sigmund Freud wrote a brief note to C. G. Jung, initiating a correspondence that was to record the rise and fall of the close relationship between the founder of psychoanalysis and his chosen heir. -- US orders ship USPS from Niagara Falls, NY. Canadian orders ship from Ontario. ***Large/heavy book: additional shipping charges will be necessary for shipment outside North America.****


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    The Warrior Within, Part 2. by Eagle Bear" D.J. Vanas

    Colorado Springs, CO Native Discovery, 2004. Audio Book: CD. Audio Book: CD. One Audio CD, in Fine condition, housed in a colorful plastic clamshell case, which shows just a hint of rubbing [about Near Fine]; if there was any booklet or printed material included, it is no longer present. Overall, just short of "As New". Renew your sense of purpose, passion a and improve your performance in your own life and career. Learn what the term "warrior" means in Native American traditions and how to harness the power of your warrior spirit.


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    You Really Don't Have To! (Natural Therapy Updated). by Herald Maleske

    Irvine, CA, The Natural Therapy Foundation Press, 1980. Hardcover First Edition, so stated. First Edition [1980], so stated. Very Near Fine in Near Fine DJ: Book shows minimal wear to extremities. Binding square and secure; text clean. DJ shows two short, closed tears at top edge; price intact; mylar-protected. Very close to 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 174pp. Hardback with DJ.


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    Applied Psychology: Processes and Personality by Warren Hilton

    Pale green boards with thin cream-colored cloth strip around spine. Decorated with a round cream-colored seal of the Society of Applied Psychology, featuring gallant horsemen in some great battle. 1920 on title page and 1914 on copyright page. Seal, covers and spine are in fine condition. Text and interior are very good as well. No dustjacket if there ever was one. This volume is one from a larger set. Decorations and red initial letter on each chapter give it the look of an earlier century.


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    Incest and Human Love by Robert Stein

    New York: The Third Press/Joseph Okpaku Publishing, 1973. First Edition. Hardcover. VERY GOOD/VERY GOOD. 8vo. Dust jacket has minor edge wear to top of spine. Not price clipped. Pages are beginning to tan. No writing/markings. Binding is sound. Dust jacket is protected in archival mylar. 200 pages. Includes appendix, references, index. -- US orders ship USPS from Niagara Falls, NY. Canadian orders ship from Ontario.


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    Freud's Vienna & Other Essays. by Bruno Bettelheim

    New York, NY Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1991. Paperback First Edition thus [1991]; First Printing indicated. First Ed thus; First Printing indicated. Near Fine in Wraps: shows only the most minute indications of use: former owner's name twice at front free end paper; the pages have tanned somewhat, due to aging. The binding is square and secure; the text is clean. Very close to 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 282pp. Trade Paperback. Rather than produce the proverbial autobiography or memoir - there are already more than enough of those out there - acclaimed psychiatrist Bruno Bettelheim summed up much of his values in an anthology of essays on topics ranging from Freud and psychoanalysis in turn-of-the-century Vienna to the role of television in modern American society. Although nearly all of these essays have appeared elsewhere, they have been assembled in a handy little book for the first time, with many updates and amendments. Overall, the writing is clear and easy to read, something I cannot say for many (if not most) other books by psychiatrists and psychologists I have read; that fact alone, along with the interest Dr. Bettelheim shows for his subject matter, makes the book well worth reading. The book is divided into three parts: On Freud and Psychoanalysis, Children and Myself, and On Jews and the Camps. The first part discusses the formation and growth of the movement in Vienna and how the author came to learn about this revolutionary mode of thinking. Some essays were more interesting than others; for example, I found myself wondering why Dr. Bettlheim chose to include "Two Voices of Freud" and "A Secret Asymmetry" in this collection. They are somewhat academic; as such, they will probably appeal to students of early psychology but may seem a little dry to the general reader. On the other hand, I did find myself pleasantly surprised by "How I Learned About Psychoanalysis" and "Lionel Trilling on Literature and Psychoanalysis," even though I am not a student of psychology in any way. Both essays managed to capture and hold my interest as a general reader. Part II, On Children and Myself, contained much material of interest to me as a parent and teacher; I was especially interested in learning from Dr. Bettelheim's work with children with special needs. Most intersting was the first, "Essential Books of One's Life," which predated Dr. Robert Coles's writing on a similar theme, the importance of certain books - and the characters of novels, myths, and nonfiction works - for one's own development and the intellectual, emotional, and ethical development of the children in our care. Readers interested in exploring this topic further would do well to read Bettelheim's "The Uses of Enchantment," a book I recommend highly for anyone interested in exploring folklore, mythology, and fairy tales. The final part deals with Jews and the Holocaust, particularly noteworthy as Bettelheim himself survived Dachau and Buchenwald. The first essay is another of Bettelheim's treasures, "Janusz Korczak: A Tale for Our Time," a priceless essay on the man who in recent years has become my hero. Bettelheim originally wrote the essay an an introduction for the first edition of the first full (unabridged and unadapted) translation of Korczak's beloved children's classic, "King Matt the First" by Richard Lourie. Indeed, Bettelheim cites an ancient Jewish myth that on Earth, there must live any any one time at least thirty-six rightous people, people of such high ethical standing as to justify humanity in the eyes of the Lord; in doing so, he conjectures that Korczak was one of these rare people. Sadly, most of Korczak's writings still remain unaccessible to English-speaking readers, though his works have been widely disseminated in the original Polish, Hebrew, German, Dutch, and French, as well as new translation of his selected works into Arabic. Here was a man who put his revolutionary philosophy of educating and raising children into practice in running an orphanage in Warsaw, Poland, a pracice he continued with selfless devotion when he and his charges were incarcerated in the Ghetto during the Nazi occupation, eventually accompanying his children on the death trains to Treblinka, a scene that cannot fail to bring tears to one's eyes. Bettelheim goes into considerable detail about some of what we can learn from this remarkable man; readers can find more from Betty Jean Lifton's remarkable biography. As a symbol of the Rightous Among Nations, he discusses the role of Miep Gies in "Hope for Humanity," - that the only hope for all of us is to stand up to evil and take the responsibility to do something to make the world a better place, a theme so eloquently discussed in Rabbi Jonathan Sachs's "Healing a Fractured World." Both essays are very inspiring, leaving the reader shocked with the third essay, "Children of the Holocuast," discussing how people are able and unable to fully recover from server trauma. This, too, is a remarkable piece of writing and an important contribution to Holocuast study. "Returning to Dachau" left Bruno Bettelheim cold, it does the same for the reader; it is worth reading, but it is not nearly as memorable as the three pieces that preceeded it. The final essay, "Freedom from Ghetto Thinking,"is the most controversial; indeed it has earned Bettelheim not a little criticism. Most people will disagree with its premise that many Jews did not do enough to prevent their own persecution (and in many cases aided and abetted it); indeed, more and more books and exhibitions on the Holocuast are refuting this premise. Read the essay for the points it makes; the reader is left to form his or own opinion as to the extent one should agree or disagree. Bruno Bettelheim was a very interesting and erudite man, whose writings deserve to be read.


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    Applied Psychology ...: Power of Mental Imagery by Hilton, Warren

    Bibliobazaar, 2009. paperback. gebraucht, sehr gut leichte Lagerspuren / minor shelfwear. 19,81 x 12,60 x 0,79.


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    Fritz: An Intimate Portrait of Fritz Perls and Gestalt Therapy by Martin Shepard

    New York: Saturday Review Press, 1975. Trade paperback. VERY GOOD. 8vo. Page edges are tanning. Spine is a bit sun-faded. 235 pages. Includes reading list, index. -- US orders ship USPS from Niagara Falls, NY. Canadian orders ship from Ontario.


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    Applied Psychology: Driving Power of Thought by Warren Hilton

    2005-12-01. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!


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    Religions, Values and Peak Experiences by Abraham H. Maslow

    Penguin, 1976. Reprint. Mass Market Paperback. VERY GOOD. Pages are age-tanned. Spine is faded. Old remainder mark to top edge of text block. No writing or highlighting. Spine is not creased. 123 pages. -- US orders ship USPS from Niagara Falls, NY. Canadian orders ship from Ontario.


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    Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity by Gregory Bateson

    Dutton, 1979. 1st Edition 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Good/Good. Usual library discard pouch, markings and stickers; soiled page edges; taped in brodart.


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    Teaching Thinking by Edward de Bono

    London: Penguin, 1987. Trade paperback. GOOD. Covers are lightly creased with some general wear. Pages are tanned. Spine is not creased. No writing/highlighting. 268 pages. Is thinking a matter of intelligence or a skill that can be taught deliberately? Can thinking be taught directly as a curriculum subject in schools? -- US orders ship USPS from Niagara Falls, NY. Canadian orders ship from Ontario.


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    EMDRIA 2003.

    Houston, TX Sound on Tape, 2003. Audio Book: Cassette Tapes. Thirty-two Audio Cassette Tapes, in Like New condition, apparently a fairly random selection from the 2003 EMDR International Conference, housed in two sturdy White Plastic Clamshell cases, which show mainly minor wear with some cracks at one corner of one of the cases. Overall, Near Fine. Each Cassette appears to be able to stand alone, as there is no apparent continuity between and among the tapes. There is a two-tape series on EMDR and Ego State Therapy by Sandra Inobe; Family Unification with Reactive Attachment Disorder Children by Raymond Taylor; Connecting Ego States Through Time and EMDR & Lifespan Integration; Personality Disorders as Variants of Dissociative Phenomena; etc.


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    Brain Magic. by Neil Slade

    Denver, CO Neil Slade Music & Books, 1999. Paperback First Ed, unstated. SIGNED BY AUTHOR. First Edition, unstated. Very Good+ in Wraps: shows indications of very light use: just a touch of wear to extremities; mild rubbing and faint soiling, mainly at the front panel, to wrapper covers; a faint wave in the text block near the front hinge; binding square and secure. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 4to. 124pp. Paperback. Brain Magic gives you simple one-a-day step by step daily activating lessons that will release the amazing natural magic waiting inside your brain. SIGNED BY AUTHOR.


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    Impressions of European Psychiatry by Walter E. Barton, Malcolm J. Rarrell, Frances T. Lenehan, William F. McLaughlin

    Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association, 1961. Hardcover. VERY GOOD. 8vo. Date (Mar 20 '61) stamped on the front free endpaper in red ink. Binding is sound and tight. Corners of spine are a bit crumpled. Lower front corner is slightly bumped. Brown cloth with gilt titles. Includes appendix, bibliography. 129 pages. Barton secured a grant from the Commonwealth Fund (Massachusetts) which enabled a small group to visit psychiatric facilities in Western Europe to study programs for chronic psychiatric patients. -- US orders ship USPS from Niagara Falls, NY. Canadian orders ship from Ontario.


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    Mind and Nature (Flamingo S.) by Bateson, Gregory

    Paperback. Very Good.


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    Integration of Religion and Psychiatry by William Earl Biddle

    New York: Collier, 1962. Mass Market Paperback. VERY GOOD. Sticker removal damage to upper corner of front cover. Old bookstore stamp inside front cover. Binding is sound. Spine is not creased. 188 pages. -- US orders ship USPS from Niagara Falls, NY. Canadian orders ship from Ontario.


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