Create a PDF flyer for Psychoanalytic Diagnosis:

Select Review(s):

Please Note: We recommend selecting one to two reviews. Selecting more than one review, or a particularly lengthy review, may cause unwanted page-wrapping. If that happens when you preview the flyer, hit your browser's back button and choose one review only, or a shorter review.


“If a 'charming textbook' seems like an oxymoron, then welcome to Nancy McWilliams's Psychoanalytic Diagnosis. Her book is just such a wonder....McWilliams has succeeded in producing a book for initial learning that will remain on her readers' desks as a frequently thumbed manual.”
Psychoanalytic Books

“Thanks to McWilliams's excellent book, those of us who teach or supervise can at last offer our students and supervisees a comprehensive, exceptionally well-organized text on diagnosis, grounded in evolving psychoanalytic theory and focused on linking diagnosis to the appropriate therapeutic response....Experienced therapists will enjoy a thorough 'refresher' course while also absorbing new ideas, and less experienced clinicians will gain a solid structural foundation and essential guidelines for their clinical work.”
Contemporary Psychology

“With humor, warmth, and enthusiasm, Dr. McWilliams instills confidence while making the book a delectable read. There is no doubt that the goal of 'enhancing practice' has been achieved. This book is highly recommended to any clinician-in-training as a foundation for psychoanalytic thinking and also to any practicing therapist as a well-structured and comprehensive resource....This book will be a rich addition to learning about psychoanalytic diagnosis (and psychoanalytic concepts) for any younger mental health professional who is seriously interested in depth psychology. It will also be a valuable tool for more experienced clinicians and educators who would like assistance in translating fairly complex concepts into language in a framework that can be appreciated by learners of a variety of different levels of sophistication and disciplinary backgrounds.”
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

“This is a book for all clinicians who aspire to understand their clients deeply and help them live more richly and authentically. McWilliams synthesizes a century of cumulative clinical wisdom and offers it in a form that is accessible and useful to clinicians of any theoretical persuasion. The first edition of Psychoanalytic Diagnosis was an instant classic; the second edition is exceptionally lucid and masterful. This is McWilliams, master clinician and teacher, at her very best.”
Jonathan Shedler, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado School of Medicine

“In revising Psychoanalytic Diagnosis, McWilliams has surpassed herself. The original—deservedly regarded as a classic—was an integrative tour de force; the second edition is even better. Informed by current advances in neuroscience and infant research, and reshaped in light of the 'relational turn' in contemporary psychoanalysis, this book distills a vast literature on development, psychopathology, and therapy into an extraordinarily useful map of the clinical terrain. It is at once an indispensable resource for beginning therapists, a valuable teaching tool, and a comprehensive reference for seasoned clinicians.”
David J. Wallin, PhD, private practice, Mill Valley and Albany, California

“In this accessible and impassioned book, McWilliams provides organizing principles to help us understand psychopathology without oversimplifying or evading the difficult questions raised by diagnosis. Reading McWilliams's book will make you feel like you know her. Her extraordinary humanity, wisdom, deep sense of ethics, and steady concern for her patients are evident throughout. The second edition includes an updated presentation of attachment theory, addresses the contributions of relational theory and neuroscience research, and integrates a contemporary understanding of somatization and defense. A 'must read' for every clinician in training.”
Joyce A. Slochower, PhD, Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York University

Author Degrees/Affiliations: (optional)
Nancy McWilliams

Limit 40 characters per line.


Conference Message: (optional)

Optional message for conferences or trade shows,
e.g. "Speaking @ 4 PM, Tuesday, Room 301".
Limit 50 characters.


Omit Discount Offers:
Check to disable discount offers (currently 20% off).



   


If you are having difficulty using this interface, or have specific flyer requests outside of this automated program, please contact Joi Rowe who will help you with your request.

X
Save 15% + Free Shipping on Online Orders!

Guilford Press

Save 15%: Free Shipping:
For bulk orders, please contact: info@guilford.com
X
**enlarged_cover**