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This book will be of vital interest to scholars in comparative psychology, the histories of Russian psychology and American psychology, to pastoral psychologists, and humanistic psychologists.
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As with everything in Moscow, you usually ask around your friends and acquaintances, and they ask theirs, and you get a reference to someone who made a good impression on someone who knows you or your friend. That'll work if your friend can express herself in Russian (and is willing to work to overcome her problem).
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Following the breakup of the Soviet Union, Russian society is in transition and so is Russian psychotherapy. In this book twelve eminent Moscow psychologists discuss the changes in Russian psychology since Carl Rogers' seminal visit to the USSR in 1986. In the process they evaluate the effect of American methods of psychotherapy on Russian therapies in view of the differences between American and Russian mentalities. They discuss the roles of Russian academic, cultural, and literary traditions as well as Russian Orthodoxy in shaping those emerging therapies.
"The profession of consulting psychology in Russia is just getting started." --A. Liders
"We are like a tree feeling at once the winds from the west and the stirring of our own roots." -- A. Orlov
"Stress has always been the norm in Russia." -- B. Bratus
"Russia is always trying to choose between the East and the West." -- A. Kharash
"In principle Russians have problems with the superego. It is said that Russia can be regarded as the 'id,' the unconscious, of Europe." -- A. Varga
"It seems that the borderline personality type is more widespread here than in other countries." -- E. Sokolova
"Whatever a Russian is -- he can even be stupid -- but he is never naive. No Russian can be naive after having lived through the Soviet experience." -- A. Kopiev
"Americans value action more than understanding; Russians, the reverse." -- B. Masterov
"Russia's early spiritual teachers were natural psychologists and intuitive therapists." -- A. Kharash
"A new consciousness is emerging, and I think Russia will produce a genius who will make a contribution to both European and American psychology." -- A. Spivakovskaya