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Dr Jay Greenberg

Jay Greenberg is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the William Alanson White Institute in New York. The William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology has distinguished itself as one of the world's most prominent and respected psychoanalytic training and treatment centres for more than sixty-five years. Jay Greenberg's 1983 book, co-written with Stephen Mitchell, Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory, is considered to be the first major work of relational psychoanalysis. He is Editor of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly, former Editor for North America of the International Journal of Psycho-analysis; former Editor of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, and recent winner of the 2015 Mary S. Sigourney Award. He is also author of the book Oedipus and Beyond: A Clinical Theory and of more than 70 psychoanalytic articles addressing issues in psychoanalytic technique, comparative psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic theory. Dr Jay Greenberg


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The Irreducible Otherness of the Therapist
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Relational and Body-Centered Practices for Healing Trauma: Lifting the Burdens of the Past


Relational and Body-Centered Practices for Healing Trauma provides psychotherapists and other helping professionals with a new body-based clinical model for the treatment of trauma. This model synthesizes emerging neurobiological....
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The Latest Neuroimaging Findings in Borderline Personality Disorder

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