ALTHEA J. HORNER, PH.D.
With a background in Clinical Psychology, Althea Horner has written many books and journal articles about early object relations development and about psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Others describe her as a "master clinician with an extraordinary ability to explain complex clinical phenomena in clear and accessible language."
While she has retired from clinical practice, Dr. Horner
continues to write and teach. She is an Honorary Member of The Southern
California Psychoanalytic Institute and Society and a Scientific Associate
of The American Academy of Psychoanalysis and is Associate Editor of The
Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry.
PUBLISHED TITLES -- GO
Chrysalis is a story about two women. One is Connie Phillips, editor at a small publishing house in New York City. Connie is a captive of her own sexuality but is ignorant of what her heart truly desires. Margaret Stern, although older and supposedly wiser, is no closer to happiness than is Connie. Margaret, a psychologist and psychoanalyst, long ago cast her lot with her intellect. Both women have forgotten how to love. They meet as patient and analyst.
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BOOKS BY ALTHEA HORNER IN 2005 FROM JASON ARONSON AND ROMAN AND LITTLEFIELD
"DEALING WITH RESISTANCE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY"
"BEING AND LOVING" (THIS IS A NEW EDITION)
THEY ARE BOTH AVAILABLE AT AMAZON AND barnesandnoble.com