The Psychoanalytic Ideas book series is aimed at practising psychoanalysts and psychotherapists, researchers, students and the general public.
These are short books, which are designed to give a succinct summary of their subject. They are edited by psychoanalysts and psychotherapists with extensive knowledge and experience in their fields. The series covers a wide range of psychoanalytic subjects such as unconscious phantasy, symbolization, time and memory and the nature of psychic reality.
Other books in this series offer psychoanalytic perspectives upon subjects of more general public interest. For example, the emotional meaning of Money; the experience of Donor Conception in creating families and the use of psychoanalytic ideas in understanding Shakespeare.
The most recent addition to this broad-ranging and fascinating series is The Feeling Brain, by Mark Solms (see image), which is an introduction to neuro-psychoanalysis.
Editor of the Psychoanalytic Ideas Series
Dr James Rose is a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society, and became General Editor of the Psychoanalytic Ideas Series in 2012. He works in private practice as a psychoanalyst, as well as teaching and supervising practising psychotherapists, at home and abroad.