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Spielman, P.M. (1975). Twelve Therapists: How they Live and Actualize Themselves: By Arthur Burton and Associates. San Francisco, Washington and London: Jossey-Bass. 1972. Pp. 326.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 56:118-121.

(1975). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 56:118-121

Twelve Therapists: How they Live and Actualize Themselves: By Arthur Burton and Associates. San Francisco, Washington and London: Jossey-Bass. 1972. Pp. 326.

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Philip M. Spielman

Twelve autobiographical sketches by experienced psychotherapists of different orientations comprise the body of this book. Around this Arthur Burton writes an introduction, a chapter as one of the therapists (including a patient's account of treatment with him), and a summary. Six of the therapists are analysts (Werner Mendel, Helm Stierlin, O. Spurgeon English, Reuben Fine, Rudolf Ekstein, and F. Lopez-Ibor).

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