This person is the subject of the book and is closely associated with developing a psychological theoretical framework and therapy system that includes sexuality.
The bulk of this person's success with neuroses resulted from observing and working with patients in psychiatric wards. The character carefully considered different options when running into issues that did not seem to make sense.
This person is another one of the author's mature colleagues who encouraged the author's work to include recognizing the reality of both the good and bad ways sexuality operates in people's lives.
This person is one of the author's most famous patients and is an excellent example of how therapeutic interventions can help.
This is another major patient of the author. This person was a hallucinating neurotic and most hallucinations were about specific events. For example, there was a case where...
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