Over the course of the last six decades, board-certified psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Myron L. Glucksman, MD, has published multiple papers in peer-reviewed journals. His writing deals with topics as diverse as biofeedback psychotherapy, elements of clinical change, the use of dreams in treatment, psychoanalysis and neurobiology, and the training of future psychiatrists and psychoanalysts.In Evolution of a Medical Psychoanalyst, Glucksman republishes a selection of his most important papers: writings he believes best sum up both his personal development as a practitioner and the changes time has brought to each topic. Each chapter includes a commentary on how the topic at hand has evolved since Glucksman's papers were written, containing observations both clinical and personal. Glucksman concludes with his views on the ever-changing nature of psychiatry and psychoanalysis, the relationship between the mind and brain, the role of dreams in treatment, clinical change, and the need for empathy in the therapist-patient relationship.More than just an overview of sixty years of psychoanalytic research, Evolution is a professional memoir written by someone with a keen eye for his personal development within his chosen field.
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