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A decade within the making, the Handbook is the definitive modern exposition of interpersonal psychoanalysis. It offers an authoritative assessment of improvement, psychopathology, and therapy as conceptualized from the interpersonal viewpoint. 

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Suzuki, the Japanese interpreter of Zen Buddhism to the 'Vest. West. In 1950, Horney, her actress daughter Brigitte, Suzuki, a Japanese psychiatrist, and others planned and later undertook a five-week visit to some of Japan's Zen monasteries. This visit was to Horney a most important experience in her search for authenticity and spirituality. Horney discovered in Zen Buddhism her kinship to William James, who had described Zen and spiritual training as a means of transcending illness through concentration and enlightenment (James, 1911).

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