The book is organized essentially into three major components. The first, an introductory section, includes a foreword by Monroe Spero; a preparatory essay by de Schill, noting the difficulties in the field; and essays by John Gedo and Robert Stoller, addressing contemporary psychoanalysis and the use of conceptual language, respectively. The next section, part 1, is entitled "The Resurrection of Psychotherapy." This section, written by de Schill, is an effort to deal with some deficits in psychotherapy, namely, the failure to deal effectively with dreams and feelings, the poor conceptualization of psychotherapy, and the malignant narcissism of many of the prominent writers in the field. Part 2, the final section, also written by de Schill, is an account of using intensive psychoanalytic group psychotherapy as well as a continuation of the author's litany of complaints.