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Countertransference And Psychotherapeutic Technique

Author : James F. Masterson, M.D.
ISBN : 9781134842940
Genre : Psychology
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Published in 1986, Countertransference and Psychotherapeutic Technique is a valuable contribution to the field of Psychoanalysis.

The Evolution Of Psychotherapy The Second Conference

Author : Jeffrey K. Zeig
ISBN : 9781317772187
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Die Sehnsucht Nach Dem Wahren Selbst

Author : James F. Masterson
ISBN : 360894396X
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Modern Psychoanalysis Of The Schizophrenic Patient

Author : Hyman Spotnitz
ISBN : 0898852501
Genre : Psychology
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What Freud called the "stone wall" was first breached by this pioneering psychiatrist and psychoanalyst with this seminal work in 1969. This substantially revised and enlarged edition is the comprehensive and definitive handbook for practitioners of the talking cure of the disorders that arise before speech.

Wit And Wisdom In Dynamic Psychotherapy

Author : Gregory P. Bauer
ISBN : UOM:39015019662215
Genre : Psychology
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The British Journal Of Psychiatry

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105211454173
Genre : Psychiatry
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Treatment Of The Borderline Personality

Author : Patricia M. Chatham
ISBN : UOM:39015014466075
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ISBN : UCAL:B3798131
Genre : Adolescence
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The Dynamics And Treatment Of Alcoholism

Author : Jerome David Levin
ISBN : UOM:39015032155247
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This book provides an historical survey of the evolution of psychodynamic understanding of alcoholism, ranging from the early formulations of Freud to current ego, object relational and self conceptualisations. These papers should be relevant for the present-day clinician, deepening empathy and understanding, guiding observation and suggesting treatment approaches to the men and women who suffer from their addictions to alcohol.

The Psychotherapist S Interventions

Author : Toksoz B. Karasu
ISBN : UOM:39015040336268
Genre : Psychology
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This book, which focuses on the psychotherapist's interventions, presents the basic critical activity of the therapist. It applies two predominant paradigms conflict and deficit in the treatment of a wide range of patients. The therapist must address and deal with conflictual concomitants as well as developmental derailments because the patient is a product of both. Excerpts of verbatim dialogue are offered to articulate the course of psychotherapeutic interaction as a successive series of co-created communications. Explicit commentaries, interwoven throughout the text, inform the reader of the practitioner's rationale for the particular stand taken (for better or worse) at each moment of the therapeutic process. They provide an intimate vehicle through which to listen to, and understand, the clinician's inner voice during the real-life practice of psychotherapy. Pathology and practice reside on a continuum. Conflict theory does not apply solely to the neuroses, nor does object relations apply only to borderline disorders, and self theory need not be reserved for narcissistic disturbances. The hysterical patient can have ego deficits as well as sexual conflicts; similarly, the depressive patient can show self deficiencies as well as unresolved conflictual problems. Moreover, conflicts are not necessarily restricted to oedipal phases nor deficits to preoedipal ones. Dr. Karasu delineates a clinical approach by which psychotherapy can be geared toward remedying both the underlying psychological deficits (lacks) and the conflicts (wishes/fears) in the progressive maturation and adaptation of an individual. He effectively integrates the major psychodynamic models. No single school can meet the needs of the practitioner in interaction with all patients. Psychotherapy practice for the future will be based on the individual patient's developmental pathology and problems, deficits and conflicts, defenses and compromise formations, unfulfilled needs and unfinished tasks, as well as the level of adaptation and"

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