This is Caversham Booksellers' 22nd weekly e-newsletter. Thank you for reading.
1.  Greetings from Neil 
2.  New and featured Self psycholgy and intersubjectivity tittles!
3.  Current hours and operations
4.  Parking!

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Good day. Here we have a photo of Joe's cats, Diego and Buddy, and their eagerly anticipated first encounter with the second edition of Peter Buirski's Making Sense Together. Diego, on your left, has been very excited about the new edition. He has been eager to discover the scope of Emily Markley's particular contribution in chapter nine: Listening and Responding Intersubjectively. This is a topic that Diego has had quite a bit of intuition about where he might make his own changes but has been in need of some very current and articulate guidance. Suffice to say that Diego found what he was after. Buddy was a little more sceptical, he is a bit Ebenezer about new editions. 'Thinks "they should have done it right the first time" and all that. You will be pleased to know that even Buddy found it a refreshing read and saw that the many insights Buirski and Haglund have acquired in the twenty years since the first edition are most definitely worthy of careful reading and thought. Joe keeps his psychoanalysis books by the food bowls.
So we are running with self psychology and intersubjectivity this week. We have some features below along with a gorgeous list. 
We at Caversham implore you all to take care of yourselves and each other. Take breaks, stay hydrated, try and go easy on people who stare at their phones while walking in the middle of the sidewalk, you know, do what you can. See you next week.

-Newsletter Neil
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3. Please observe social distancing and limit your browsing time so others can also pop in and share in your good taste.

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One can still pick-up their order between 9 and 6, Monday through Saturday, the above times are specifically for in store browsing.
To park behind the store one must head north on Sussex Mews (from Harbord) and then west (left) on to Immergluck Lane. Ours is in the back closest to the back stairs of the building.
Some books that may be of interest!
Click here for a list of featured Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity titles!

Creative Repetition and Intersubjectivity: Contemporary Freudian Explorations of Trauma, Memory, and Clinical Process
Bruce Reis | Preface by Christopher Bollas

Creative Repetition and Intersubjectivity looks at contemporary Freudian and post-Freudian theory through an intersubjective lens. Bruce Reis offers views on how psychoanalytic conceptions from the last century uniquely manifest in the consulting rooms of this century. [More. . .]

Intersubjective Self Psychology: A Primer
George Hagman, Peter B. Zimmerman, and Harry Paul (Eds)

Intersubjective Self Psychology: A Primer offers a comprehensive overview of the theory of Intersubjective Self Psychology and its clinical applications. Readers will gain an in depth understanding of one of the most clinically relevant analytic theories of the past half-century, fully updated and informed by recent discoveries and developments in the field of Intersubjectivity Theory. [More. . .]

Psychoanalysis, Intersubjective Writing, and a Postmaterialist Model of Mind: I Woke Up Dead | Art, Creativity, and Psychoanalysis book series
Dan Gilhooley and Frank Toich

In this in-depth and unique collaboration between a patient and his psychoanalyst, Psychoanalysis, Intersubjective Writing, and a Postmaterialist Model of Mind: I Woke Up Dead examines the unconscious mind by analysing the patient’s novel written during his treatment as the focus. Using the patient’s creative writing and their intersubjective relationship as evidence, [More. . .]

Beyond Doer and Done to: Recognition Theory, Intersubjectivity and the Third
Jessica Benjamin

Beyond Doer and Done to integrates new clinical developments in relational analysis while reformulating crucial themes such as the development of intersubjectivity, the splitting of gender complementarity, and recognizing difference in relation to the other. Jessica Benjamin, known for her path breaking work in The Bonds of Love, analyzes how the denial of mutual dependency and failures of recognition culminate in the breakdown phenomena that she describes as the complementarity of "doer and done-to." [More. . .]

Needed Relationships and Psychoanalytic Healing: A Holistic Relational Perspective on the Therapeutic Process | Psychoanalysis in a New Key Book Series
Steven Stern

Needed Relationships and Psychoanalytic Healing is both a personal analytic credo and a multidimensional approach to thinking about clinical interaction. The book’s central theme is that of analytic needed relationships—the science and art of co-creating unique, evolving relational experiences fitted to each patient’s implicit therapeutic aims and needs. [More. . .]

Chimeras and Other Writings: Selected Papers of Sheldon Bach
Sheldon Bach

The reader who has not read the papers in this volume is in for a rare treat: the discovery of new worlds revealed within what were thought to be familiar spaces. I believe that those who have already read some of the chapters in this volume will have the experience of rediscovering precious clinical and theoretical gems that have influenced many therapists and analysts. In fact, Bach's influence has quietly spread throughout the field often without various authors fully acknowledging or perhaps realizing his impact on their concepts. I feel certain that readers will share my excitement in reading the chapters in this current volume. [More. . .]

Contributions of Self Psychology to Group Psychotherapy: Selected Papers | New International Library of Group Analysis
Walter Stone

Stone's central interests include the development of the self, empathy, narcissism, shame, envy, rage and the group-self. He is concerned with several aspects of clinical technique [and] is especially sensitive to our co-creation of so-called "difficult patients". His understanding of dreams as both personal and group products which manifest visual narratives will be of particular interest to students of the social and collective unconscious. [More. . .]

How Does Analysis Cure?
Heinz Kohut

In How Does Analysis Cure? Kohut presents the theoretical framework for self-psychology, and carefully lays out how the self develops over the course of time. Kohut also specifically defines healthy and unhealthy cases of Oedipal complexes and narcissism, while investigating the nature of analysis itself as treatment for pathologies. This in-depth examination of “the talking cure” explores the lesser studied phenomena of psychoanalysis, including when it is beneficial for analyses to be left unfinished, and the changing definition of “normal.” [More. . .]
Announcing the Leading Edge Advantage Network!—The more you learn, the more you save! 

Click here
to view all Fall/Winter webinars. To receive 15% off all webinars, after making your webinar selections, enter the code DL4Caversham in the Discount Code box upon checkout.  

Oct 30th, 1:15-4:30pm EDT: How Mindfulness Can Enhance Our Well-Being and Be Applied to Couples Therapy with Caroline Welch and Ellyn Bader, PhD
November 9th, 1:15-4:30pm EDT: Discordant Sexual Desires: Integrating Insights And Interventions From Sex Therapy Into Clinical Practice With Couples with Kathryn Hall, PhD
November 11th, 11:00am-2:00pm EDT: Paul Gilbert Introduces Compassion Focused Therapy with Paul Gilbert, FBPsS, PhD, OBE
Live webinars with Marshall Korenblum, Bonnie Miller, Noah Lazar, Natalie Zlodre, Liana Lowenstein, Andrea Warnick, Amy Gajaria, Nili R. Benazon, Lyndsey Davies, Geraldine Crisci, Megan Edgelow, Ross W. Greene, and more
Our spring catalogue of featured titles is still awesome and fully available!
You can request a copy here or here.
You can also peruse it immediately to the left on our home screen

Warm beverage time!
Leslie Korn has a number of excellent books. The one pictured with Xena is the big kahuna: Nutrition Essentials for Mental Health. 'Can't argue with that.
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