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"One would be hard pressed to find another book so extensively filled with an up-to date and extensive review of contemporary studies on the affective and neuroscience literature related to psychotherapy and psychoanalysis as this. This work will likely be a major reference source for those interested in understanding the brain-mind body relationships, particularly in the two-person model, focused on the dissociative process, and the autonomic nervous system concomitants."
– The Journal of Analytical Psychology
"I would recommend The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy to child psychiatry/psychology fellows, psychoanalysts, family therapists, . . . neuroscience majors, psychology students at all levels of training, and any student of attachment therapy."
– Journal of Psychiatric Practice
"Dr. Schore has been a pioneer in writing about integrative neurobiological models of development. . . . The text is of great value to anyone interested in the theoretical basis of underlying attachment and affect regulation. . . I recommend that all psychiatrists become conversant with Dr. Schore's work."
– Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
This book provides a fascinating integration between the clinical and the neuroscientific and as such advances the necessary, promising and vital dialogue between the two.
- Daniel N. Stern, M.D.Professor of Psychology at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry, Cornell Medical School, Author of The Interpersonal World of the Infant
Allan Schore’s classic volume has radically transformed our psychoanalytic understanding of psychological disorder. Incredibly, this book has achieved the same for our understanding of the psychotherapeutic process. Even more remarkable, it is filled with underlying practical implications of how we work, could work or even should work psychotherapeutically, given our new understanding of the brain. Schore has provided a wonderful window for the psychotherapist to look at neuroscience and go back to the consulting room more enlightened, more confident and above all more competent.
- Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., F.B.A.Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis at University College London and Director, Child and Family Center, The Menninger Clinic, Kansas
Schore's new book, Affect Dysregulation and Disorders of the Self, provides the much-needed understanding on how the growth of brain and self are intertwined within the context of relationships. His magnificent integration of research on attachment and developmental neuroscience demonstrates how we fundamentally mature and thrive in pairs and groups. Disruptions of those relationships disturb the basic biological processes necessary for managing our relationships to others and ourselves. In this book Schore unravels how these processes are interwoven and guides us towards developing corrective interventions at various stages of development.
- Bessel A. van der Kolk, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine, and Medical Director, the Trauma Center, Boston
This is a superb integrative work, and excellent source book for psychiatrists wishing to locate their work within the much broader study of the mind. It might also form the basis of what could be an enormously creative dialogue between neurobiology and psychoanalysis.
- British Journal of Psychiatry
For those who read this book, the study of human development will be entirely transformed. Not only is this book destined to be an authoritative reference for those who work with infants and children. but it also promises to radically restructure many of our current paradigms of infant/child development and care.
- Contemporary Education