Freud: The Man, The Scientist, and The Birth of Psychoanalysis - Ruth Sheppard
Sigmund Freud is known as the "Father of Psychoanalysis".
His development of techniques such as the talking cure, free association and the interpretation of dreams revolutionized our understanding the unconscious and signaled a new dawn in our perception of the mind and its workings.
Fully illustrated with photographs and reproductions of rare documents, such as Freud's handwritten notes, drawings and extracts from his personal diary, this book examines how this great man developed the theories that catapulted him to fame, as well as revealing his personal struggles with neuroses and his desperate attempts to use his new methods to gain greater self-knowledge.
Ruth Sheppard is an author, editor and publisher. She has written and edited numerous history books, including Alexander the Great at War and Extraordinary Heroes.
New format of Explorer of the Mind.