In this book, Dr. Horney discusses the possibilities of
self-analysis—to what extent individuals can use the techniques of
psychoanalysis on their own to solve problems.
She discusses the driving forces in the neuroses, the different stages of psychoanalytic understanding, the patient's and the analyst's share in the psychoanalytic process, occasional and systematic self-analysis, and the realistic expectations of undertaking self-analysis.
- August 1994
- 5.5 × 8.2 in
/ 288 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide
Also by Karen Horney