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Nov 18, Keith rated it really liked it. This is a book written in the ‘s and is practically a textbook on listening to patients from a pyschiatrist’s point of view.

The job requires creativity, imagination, compassion, empathy and according to the author, some personal experiences and thoughts that match their patients ideas. The book is a case study of situations and problems with working with people and coming to understand their personal psychological issues.

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The book is well-written and very interesting to someone interested i This is a book written in the ‘s and is practically a textbook on listening to patients from a pyschiatrist’s point of view. The book is well-written and very interesting to someone interested in how our minds work and in what it would take to be a good psychiatrist. Jul 22, Kathe rated it it was amazing.

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Tea Maneku rated it it was amazing Feb 27, Neby Kifle rated it it was amazing Mar 07, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Reik’s father was a low-salaried government clerk who died when Theodor was Freud became a father figure for the rest of his life.

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He met Freud inand two years later became a member of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society. Just piss in one spot” Natterson, ‘ Freud wrote “The Question of Lay Analysis” in defense of Reik, who’d been prosecuted under the quackery laws of Austria for practicing medicine.

During this time his 1st wife Ella, mother of his son Arthur, died. Still fearful of the Nazis, he moved to NYC where, as a non-medical analyst, he was denied full membership in the Psychoanalytic Society. Reik experienced financial difficulties for many periods. After he wrote for help inFreud wrote back: You must have known how amiably lay analysts would be received there by our colleagues for whom psychoanalysis is nothing more that one of the handmaidens of psychiatry” Hale, ‘ Reik’s influence on the development of nonmedical analysis in the USA was great.

His autobiography is to be found in his many works. Among his better known are: Books by Theodor Reik. Trivia About Listening with th No trivia or quizzes yet.

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