Like Wind, Like Wave

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Product Details

Price
$13.95
Publisher
Other Press (NY)
Publish Date
October 17, 2006
Pages
116
Dimensions
5.02 X 0.42 X 7.68 inches | 0.34 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781590511794
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About the Author

Stefano Bolognini

Stefano Bolognini, the author of several books, including Psychoanalytic Empathy, is a frequent morning show guest and contributor to newspapers in Italy. Winner of the Gradiva Award for Like Wind, Like Wave, he lives and works in Bologna.

Owen Renik, M.D.

Owen Renik, M.D., is currently a Training and Supervising Analyst at the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society. He was Editor in Chief of The Psychoanalytic Quarterly for ten years, Program Chair of The American Psychoanalytic Association for two terms, and served as Director of Training and Associate Chief of the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco. He maintains a private practice in San Francisco.

Malcolm Garfield

Malcolm Garfield is a teacher of English at the University of Padua and a translator specializing in psychoanalytic texts. He lives with his wife and two children in Padua, Italy.

Reviews

California Bookwatch, Diane Donovan

It's hard to peg this title: not completely psychoanalytic treatise but more than a memoir, it stands out from the crowd in using the author's years of analytical experience to comment on anecdotes gleaned from personal experience. The result draws many important connections between experience and psychology.

Valley Scene Magazine, Rory L. Aronsky

As Bolognini is a well-educated psychoanalyst, he has a lot of that kind of knowledge to discuss. And it's in topics you'd never think would be cause for it. But in everything, there is something, as Bolognini seems to indicate through his own life....The inimitable talent of Bolognini is how involved one can get in reading what he believes...Even if you're not interested in psychoanalysis or psychiatry in general, there's a lot to glean from Bolognini's stories, especially in looking back through our own lives through his thoughts and perhaps seeing something new.