"This volume continues to sustain and develop a vital dialogue about tele-therapy or tele-analysis. Anyone involved in this challenging development of 'the reach' of psychotherapy will find these chapters in the forefront of responsible considerations about how the mental health professions become on the one hand part of a changing world without compromising the integrity of the psychotherapeutic process." --Christopher Bollas, author of Meaning and Melancholia: Life in the Age of Bewilderment.
"This volume provides extensive clinical, pedagogical and research documentation of the premise that 'the sense of closeness in the therapeutic encounter does not depend on physical proximity but on integrity and commitment.' For those of us who are curious about how other cultures both confirm and modify our Western psychoanalytic theoretical principles, and who have mastered the new modalities that have improved our teaching, this volume offers hope that others will feel encouraged to stretch themselves in order to ensure the future of psychoanalysis in the wider world." --Ralph Fishkin, Secretary, American Psychoanalytic Association.
"This is an excellent, broad ranging edited collection of papers from experienced clinicians who generously share their clinical research experience on how technology can facilitate and support a psychoanalytic process, supervision and teaching. It should be essential reading for all clinicians and trainers so as to stimulate thinking about the interface of psychoanalytic practice and technology." --Professor Alessandra Lemma, Psychoanalysis Unit, University College London.
Jill Savege Scharff, MD, FABP (USA) is an adult and child psychoanalyst, co-founder of the International Psychotherapy Institute (IPI) and the International Institute for Psychoanalytic Training (IIPT), and author and editor of books on object relations, individual, couple and family therapy, including The Interpersonal Unconscious and Psychoanalysis Online Volumes 1, 2 and 3 (Karnac).