Drawing upon her 40 years' experience as both analyst and analysand, Bond attempts to answer questions like: When will therapy be finished? How is the relationship between individual and therapist terminated? What happens after therapy? She looks closely at the bonds that develop between therapist and client, how both participants can recognize that the therapeutic relationship should terminate, and how the analysand adapts to life after therapy. Also discussed are the reasons why some find it necessary to return to therapy. A final section illustrates how many analysands have learned to live without therapy. Anyone considering psychotherapy, those currently in treatment, and former patients will find this book of interest. For large psychology collections.-- Jodith Janes, Cleveland Clinic Fdn.