psychoanalytic couple therapy foundations of theory and practice the library of couple and family psychoanalysis

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Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy

Author : David E. Scharff
ISBN : 9780429917905
Genre : Psychology
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In this time of vulnerable marriages and partnerships, many couples seek help for their relationships. Psychoanalytic couple therapy is a growing application of psychoanalysis for which training is not usually offered in most psychoanalytic and analytic psychotherapy programs.This book is both an advanced text for therapists and a primer for new students of couple psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Its twenty-eight chapters cover the major ideas underlying the application of psychoanalysis to couple therapy, many clinical illustrations of cases and problems in various dimensions of the work. The international group of authors comes from the International Psychotherapy Institute based in Washington, DC, and the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (TCCR) in London. The result is a richly international perspective that nonetheless has theoretical and clinical coherence because of the shared vision of the authors.

Clinical Dialogues On Psychoanalysis With Families And Couples

Author : David E. Scharff
ISBN : 9780429911941
Genre : Psychology
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This book widens the scope of clinical and theoretical contributions on Couple and Family Psychoanalysis by collecting case presentations and discussions by analysts from Europe, North America, Latin America, China and Australia. The rich cross-fertilization across countries and analytic orientations stimulates cross-cultural thinking and deepens clinical exploration.In English language psychoanalysis, focus on object relations theory emphasizes internalization of early family figures in construction of the psyche, and their projective influence on others through continuing family interaction. Theories of the link and of the field explored in South America and Europe, shift focus from the internal life of the individual onto the influence of the other, and the way superordinate unconscious patterns introjected from previous generations are recreated by interacting members of families and couples, and in turn contribute to the continuing psychic evolution of individuals. Work in other cultures, such as China, brings us face to face with deep structures of thought and family organization that challenge Western psychoanalytic assumptions, even as those families are in rapid change themselves. All of these differences allow us to examine fundamental psychoanalytic concepts from new perspectives, enrich our understanding of and clinical work with families and couples analytically.

Engaging Couples

Author : Andrew Balfour
ISBN : 9780429817007
Genre : Psychology
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This book is a challenge to the silos in our human services that an ‘atomised’ focus gives rise to. They are evident in the chasm that can exist between child and adult mental health care, between competing therapeutic approaches and, most importantly for this volume, in the segmentation of support for adults who are partners as well as parents. The contributors, all with substantial experience of providing front-line services, identify the problem their intervention is designed to address, provide a conceptual justification for the approach they have used and supply evidence for its effectiveness. Vivid illustrations bring the work to life and provide examples of best practice whose relevance can readily be transported to different settings. Unusual in bringing together approaches that encompass internal and external realities in responding to the challenges of physical constraint, emotional distress and an often-volatile social environment, the contributions are assembled to highlight a common thread that can inform services at different stages of the life course. Each chapter is accompanied by a commentary from specialists in their field who elucidate and critique the key points made by the authors and help the experience of reading the book to be one of dialogue. Engaging Couples: New Directions in Therapeutic in Work with Families explores new ways of approaching some of the key issues of contemporary family life, including depression, living with long-term conditions, inter-parental conflict and domestic abuse to name but a few, refracting them through a lens that sees our relationships as fundamental to the fabric of our lives – the most important social capital of all. It represents essential reading for clinicians and family practitioners of all persuasions, and those that train and support them in their work.


Author : Otto F. Kernberg
ISBN : 3608916288
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Gegen Bertragungsanalyse

Author : Karl König
ISBN : 3525457553
Genre : History
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Tuning The Therapeutic Instrument

Author : Jill Savege Scharff
ISBN : UCLA:L0087534053
Genre : Psychology
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This book shows how the therapist's use of self, the key ingredient of successful treatment, can be developed into a sensitive instrument for therapy. With firsthand accounts of experiencing affective learning, the Scharffs take us through their work with clinicians studying dynamic psychotherapy in a group setting. Relevant to mental health professionals at all levels of expertise, this book is written for therapists invested in their own learning, teaching, and practice. Only by being open to ourselves, the Scharffs show, can we be truly responsive to our patients.

On Freud S Couch

Author : Iréne Matthis
ISBN : 0765701154
Genre : Psychology
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'Matthis, Szecsdy, and colleagues creatively examine seven of Freud's major case reports to link the sources of his central discoveries to current debates in contemporary psychoanalytic theory. The 'reexperiencing and restructuring' of early psychoanalytic insights in contemporary terms revitalizes the discourse and invigorates the psychoanalytic enterprise for students and seasoned practitioners alike.' Sidney J. Blatt

Countertransference Analysis

Author : Karl König
ISBN : UOM:39015034515752
Genre : Psychology
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Beyond the idea of a 'blank screen' and firmly rooted in today's understanding of the mutual give-and-take of conscious and unconscious processes in therapy hours, Karl Konig's Countertransference Analysis examines the therapist's reactions to the patient and how best to use them effectively in treatment.

Lehrbuch Der Psychoanalytischen Therapie

Author : Helmut Thomä
ISBN : 9783662083208
Genre : Psychology
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Die beiden Bände des Lehrbuches der psychoanalytischen Therapie sind in kurzer Zeit zu Standardwerken geworden. Sie haben zahlreiche Nachdrucke erlebt und wurden bislang in 10 Sprachen übersetzt. Das Lehrbuch gilt als eines der bedeutensten Werke der modernen Psychoanalyse. Es entspricht in seiner didaktischen Konzeption allen Anforderungen an ein modernes Lehrbuch: o übersichtlich strukturiert, o durchgehend zweifarbig gestaltet, o optische Akzente heben das Wesentliche hervor. Inhaltlich setzt das Werk Maßstäbe für die psychoanalytische Forschung und Praxis weit über die Gegenwart hinaus.

Die Sonnenschwestern

Author : Tracy Rees
ISBN : 9783843718264
Genre : Fiction
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"Atmosphärisch und elegant geschrieben. Die Sonnenschwestern ist eine berührende Geschichte mit vielen liebevollen, historischen Details." Lucinda Riley London, 2006: Noras ist fast 40 und hat doch keine Ahnung, wer sie ist. Warum weiß sie so gut wie nichts über ihre Familiengeschichte? Spontan kündigt sie Job und Wohnung, lässt alles hinter sich und reist nach Tenby, einem kleinen Ort im Süden von Wales, um sich auf die Spuren ihrer Familie zu begeben. Tenby, 1956: Jedes Jahr verbringt Chloe ihre Ferien im Süden von Wales. An ihrer Seite ist stets ihr Sandkastenfreund LLew, ein kluger Junge aus armen Verhältnissen, der heimlich in Chloe verliebt ist. Doch ein dramatischer Vorfall bringt die beiden auseinander. Sie sehen sich nie wieder, vergessen können sie sich nicht. 50 Jahre später findet Nora in dem idyllischen Ort nicht nur ihren eigenen Frieden, sondern auch eine altes Familiengeheimnis, das nun endlich gelöst werden kann.

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