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Woltmann, A.G. (1974). How to be Your own Best Friend. Mildred Newman, Bernard Berkowitz, and Joan Owen. New York: Lark Publishing Co., Inc., 1971. 59 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 61(2):324.

(1974). Psychoanalytic Review, 61(2):324

How to be Your own Best Friend. Mildred Newman, Bernard Berkowitz, and Joan Owen. New York: Lark Publishing Co., Inc., 1971. 59 pp.

Review by:
Adolf G. Woltmann

This manual of simple dialogues between a therapist and a patient focuses on the inner world and what may have gone awry there. It is intended primarily for a lay audience and translates, in easily understandable, straightforward prose, the meanings and consequences of psychoanalytical theoretical constructs. This little book is like instant psychotherapy. Elizabeth Thorne calls it “a simple but profound road map to inner freedom.”

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