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A simple approach to Freud - A guide to explaining Sigmund Freud's discoveries and the principles of depth psychology in a simple way - cover

A simple approach to Freud - A guide to explaining Sigmund Freud's discoveries and the principles of depth psychology in a simple way

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Summary

What are the foundations of psychoanalysis? What were the ideas and discoveries at the basis of this discipline? How did Freud manage to discover the principles of the functioning of the human mind?

This book was created with the idea of offering the reader a clear and simple perspective on the discoveries that led to the birth of depth psychology. Inside you will discover the principles of psychodynamic theory. From the birth of depth psychology to the first clinical findings related to the use of hypnosis, and on to the unconscious psychic mechanisms that regulate people's lives. The method of investigation used by Freud to connect the different psychic layers present in the individual will also be illustrated. The reader will thus be able to follow a path of discovery that will not only enable him to better understand the subject, but also to question himself and the basic postulates that regulate psychic life. 
Available since: 05/16/2022.

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