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Curing Psychological Symptoms

Henry Kellerman

In this book—written for clinicians, as well as for the curious general reader—Dr. Henry Kellerman examines psychological symptoms such as obsessions, compulsions, and phobias by using a symptom code to unrave and then cure the symptom.

The unfortunate fact is that psychotherapists have never really had a map or an instruction manual that they could follow so that any symptom could be unlocked and cured. Even though psychotherapists know a great deal about the processes of psychotherapeutic treatment, nowhere is there any spelled-out technique that they could systematically use to penetrate the symptom and cure it.

This book is more than a technical treatise. It considers 10 fascinating cases to show how Dr. Kellerman’s methods have worked for more than a half-century of private practice. A majority among those profiled do not require medication, some do. In addition to discussing the cure, Kellerman employs a way to struggle more effectively, with the objective of learning how to utilize the symptom code.

176 pp.  
6" x 9"

American Mental Health Foundation


Published:  January 2020


Published:  January 2020

Henry Kellerman, Ph.D., psychologist and psychoanalyst, is the author and editor of more than 20 books. He has held professorial and clinical staff positions at several universities and hospitals, and was the director of the Columbia University Press book series—Personality, Psychopathology, and Psychotherapy: Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives. His psychology book for the reading public, titled The 4 Steps to Peace of Mind: The Simple Effective Way to Cure Our Emotional Symptoms, is the first of its kind to present a blueprint that a person can follow to cure their own emotional symptom. Dr. Kellerman is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology and Psychoanalysis of The American Board of Professional Psychology. He maintains a private psychotherapy practice in New York City. See all books by Henry Kellerman

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