Recommended Reading List

 

Henrietta Batchelor & Anna Jellema: 'Working with Couples – is CAT enough'

Bowlby, J. (1979) The Making and Breaking of Affectional Bonds. New York: Harper and Row.

Britton, R. (2005) The Oedipus Complex Today. London: Karnac

Clulow, C. (2005) Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: the “secure base” in practice and research. London: Brunner-Routledge

Crowe, M. & Ridley, J. (2000) Therapy with Couples: a behavioural systems approach to couple relationships and sexual problems. Oxford: Blackwell Science

Dermendzhiyska, E. (2019) How you attach to people may explain a lot about your inner life. The Guardian, 10th January 2020: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/jan/10/psychotherapy-childhood-mental-health?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

Dicks, H. (1963) Object Relations Theory and Marital Studies. Brit. J. Med .Psychol.36.125

Davenhill, R. (2007) Looking into Later Life: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Depression and Dementia in Old Age. Karnac

Gilbert, P. & Miles, J. (2002) (Eds.) Body Shame. London: Brunner-Routledge

Levine, A. and Heller, R.S.F. (2019) Attached. London: Bluebird

Main, M. & Goldwyn, R. (1994) Adult Attachment Scoring and Classification Systems. University College, London.

Mattinson, J. & Sinclair, I. (1979) Mate and Stalemate. Oxford: Blackwell

Mattinson, J. (1988) Work, Love and Marriage. London: Duckworth

Obholzer, A. (2005) Security and Creativity at Work (in Clulow, C. Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy) London: Brunner-Routledge)

Ruszczynski, S. (1993) (Ed.) Psychotherapy with Couples. London: Karnac

Ryle, A. (1979) Couple Therapy, (in Family and Marital Psychotherapy. Ed. Sue Walrond- Skinner). London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Scarf, M. (1987) Intimate Partners: patterns in love and marriage. New York: Ballantine. See esp. ch. 19, “The Five Ways in Which Couples Relate” (work of Stuart Johnson).

Scharff, D.E. and Scharff, J.S. (2014) (Eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: foundations of theory and practice. London: Karnac

 

Steve Potter:  'Divided selves in a divisive world.   How the conversational process of CAT mapping can combine emotional healing with relational awareness and an outwardly social story of the self' 

James W (1902) The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature, Harvard University 

Winnicott, D. W. (1960). "Ego distortion in terms of true and false self". The Maturational Process and the Facilitating Environment: Studies in the Theory of Emotional Development. New York: International Universities Press, Inc: 140–57.

Fromm E, (1942) The Fear of Freedom, Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Laing R D (1960) The Divided Self

Bromberg PM (2011) The Shadow of the Tsunami: and the Growth of the Relational Mind

 

Dr Lawrence Welch:  'Dialogue and Diversity'

John C. Norcross1 and Christie P. Karpiak1 Our Best Selves: Defining and Actualizing Expertise in Psychotherapy  The Counseling Psychologist 2017, Vol. 45(1) 66 –75

Clara E. Hill1, Sharon B. Spiegel2,  Mary Ann Hoffman1, Dennis M. Kivlighan, Jr.1, and Charles J. Gelso1  Therapist Expertise in Psychotherapy Revisited  The Counseling Psychologist 2017, Vol. 45(1) 7 –53

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