Buckley, M., 2003. ACATnews: CPD Update. Reformulation, Summer, p.12.
As promised in this column in the last issue, here are the details of the books which individual ACAT members recommended when they sent in their CPD feedback for 2002-3.
They are listed alphabetical order of author: the member's comments, where given, are included in italics.
M. Hubble et al (eds)
The Heart and Soul of Change:
What Works in Psychotherapy
American Psychological Association (1999)
The Inner World of Trauma
'Brilliant - Jungian perspective and highly relevant to complex patients'
A User's Guide to the Brain
Little, Brown (2001)
Impasse and Interpretation: Therapeutic and Anti-Therapeutic Factors in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Psychotic, Borderline and Neurotic Patients
Tavistock Publications (1987)
'A very helpful and interesting book; psychoanalytic but essential'
I. Safvestal-Nolan and P. Nolan (eds)
Object Relations and Integrative Psychotherapy: Tradition and Innovation in Theory and Practice
'Contains an article by Tony Ryle and Fierman Bennink Bolt’
Z.V. Segal et al.
Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for Depression: A New Approach to Preventing Relapse
Guilford Press (2002)
Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self: The Neurobiology of Emotional Development
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc. (1999)
'Allan Schore's work on attachment'
A. Stevens and J. Price
Evolutionary Psychiatry: A New Beginning
M. White and D. Epston
Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends
W.W. Norton (1990)
Thank you to members for recommending these books. It is particularly welcome when you make comments as to why you found them especially interesting or useful.
Have good reading!
ACAT CPD Co-ordinator
020 7589 9799
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