Aaron T. Beck, the developer of cognitive behavioral therapy who died last week, took a Jewish approach when he battled the orthodoxies of psychoanalytic theory
Taxi driver Jackie Young found out he wasn’t who he thought he was
Sarah Boxer’s whimsical cartoon novel puts a bestiary of human frailty on the psychoanalytic couch
Rokhl’s Golden City: How trauma informed Blume Lempel’s stories
But the theft and erasure of Sabina Spielrein’s intellectual legacy by the psychoanalytic establishment may be an even more troubling crime
From family correspondences to scholarly writing and paintings, the LOC’s archive is a trove of Freud’s life
‘How Does That Make You Feel?’, edited by a New York-based social worker, is a collection of essays written by both therapists and patients about the process of psychoanalysis
New illustrated biographies of three great Jewish thinkers are funny, articulate, and vivid
When is a father’s attention too much for a son to bear?
Award-winning author wrote seminal biography on Freud, traced European thought, Jewry
The Austrian writer presented an ideal of what Europe might have been and might one day be
Karl Stern, Canadian psychiatrist and writer, was in his day a famous Catholic convert. Why has he been forgotten?
The esteemed author talks about all the reasons the founder of psychoanalysis would have objected to a new examination of his life
An excerpt from a new biography of young Sigmund Freud explores how the Dreyfus Affair affected the thinker
How Jewish moms might have put their kids on the path to greatness—perhaps unintentionally
Two new biographical studies and dual exhibits in Vienna plumb the psychodrama of the great Lucian Freud
Police looking for suspects in ‘despicable act by a callous thief’
Let’s be honest about what anti-Zionism entails
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