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  • Author:
    Gerald Schoenewolf
  • ISBN:
    0876688695
  • ISBN13:
    978-0876688694
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  • Publisher:
    Jason Aronson, Inc.; First Edition, 1st Printing edition (July 7, 1977)
  • Pages:
    292 pages
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    Medicine
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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    368
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101 Common Therapeutic Blunders: Countertransference and Counter-resistance in Psychotherapy. By Richard C. Robertiello and Gerald Schoenewolf. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

His first book, 101 Common Therapeutic Blunders: Countertransference and Counterresistance in Psychotherapy (1987) . 101 Therapeutic Successes: Overcoming Transference and Resistance in Psychotherapy (1989). Sexual Animosity between Men and Women (1989).

His first book, 101 Common Therapeutic Blunders: Countertransference and Counterresistance in Psychotherapy (1987), was written with his mentor Richard C. Robertiello, MD, and was an instant psychotherapy bestseller. Turning Points in Analytic Therapy, The Classic Cases (1990).

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Gerald Schoenewolf is a New York State licensed psychoanalyst, an adjunct professor at the Borough of Manhattan . 101 Therapeutic Successes: Overcoming Transference and Resistance in Psychotherapy Jul 7, 1977.

Gerald Schoenewolf is a New York State licensed psychoanalyst, an adjunct professor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, an author of 20 books, an award-winning screenwriter and a filmmaker. He was born in Fredericksburg, Texas, a small town where everybody spoke German, and he came to New York at the age of 19. He has worked in New York ever since. His books include 13 works on psychology and psychoanalysis as well as four novels and a book of poems and drawings.

Schoenewolf, (Gerald).

Publications: (with R. Robertiello) 101 Common Therapeutic Blunders: Countertransference and Counterresistance in Psychotherapy, 1987; 101 Therapeutic Successes: Overcoming Transference and Resistance in Psychotherapy, 1989; Sexual Animosity between Men and Women, 1989; Turning Points in Analytic Therapy: From Winnicott to Kernberg, 1990; The Art of Hating, 1991; Jennifer and Her Selves, 1991; Erotic Games: Bringing Intimacy and Passion Back into Sex and Relationships, 1993 . Schoenewolf, (Gerald).

This text, aimed at psychotherapists, is a guide to the range of techniques and interventions that lead to effective therapy. Drawing from his experience and 101 clinical histories, the author gives a presentation of what the therapist does and how it contributes to successful treatment.

Netlandinhabitant
The companion book, "101 Common Therapeutic Blunders", is more useful, but this is also valuable. The short vignettes make it an easy read.
Wrathmaster
The book was very boring and the essentials have been discussed by many other authors he had very few of his own ideas and was very repititous.