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Recent therapy books I've read and enjoyed

Wilfred Bion, Attention and Interpretation (Jason Aronson). I find Bion very difficult and often inscrutable, but I keep coming back to him. I admire how honestly he attempts to apply his intellect to understanding the work of being together with a patient in psychotherapy.

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