Individual Psychotherapy and the Science of Psychodynamics
Edition: 2nd 1995 (Revised)
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Description: Firmly established as a 'classic' textbook of dynamic psychotherapy the revision of this book brings important areas of theory and practice up to date. It offers an invaluable description of the technique of dynamic psychotherapy and its underlyingtheory. Practical applications using different techniques are presented for a range of situations from the straightforward to handling dangerous patients. The clinical stories on which the text is based ensure its appeal to anyone with a deep interestin people. It remains an excellent companion and resource for practitioners and students of psychotherapy. New material- includes fuller coverage of: the mother in the male Oedipus complex* masochism* disturbances in the relation with siblings*the'compulsion to repeat.'- further follow-up on many of the patients discussed in the first edition.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $74.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 6/27/1995
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|Preface to the second edition|
|How this book may be used|
|Psychotherapy in Everyday Life|
|Inner Mechanisms in Everyday Life|
|Elementary, Though Not Necessarily Easy, Psychotherapy|
|Elementary Psychotherapy Continued: Symptoms, Precipitating Factors, and Psychiatric Consultation|
|A Note on the Observations of Psychoanalysis|
|Common Syndromes I: Problems of Femininity and Sexuality in Women|
|Common Syndromes II: Problems of Masculinity and Sexuality in Men|
|The Relation with the Therapist: 'Transference'|
|The Dialogue of Psychotherapy and the Two Triangles|
|Three Linked Themes: Aggression, Elimination of Bodily Products, and Obsessional Phenomena|
|Three More Linked Themes: Aggression Arising from Sibling Rivalry; Passivity and Masochism; and the Compulsion to Repeat|
|An Introduction to Depression|
|Regression and Long-Term Therapy|
|Deeper Layers of Depression|
|Termination and Breaks in Treatment|
|Assessment for Psychotherapy: I. General Principles|
|Assessment for Psychotherapy (Contd): II. The Importance of the Psychiatric Enquiry and Differential Diagnosis|
|Assessment for Psychotherapy (Contd): III. The Psychodynamic Assessment and Psychotherapeutic Forecasting|
|Assessment for Psychotherapy (Contd): IV. The Indications for Brief Psychotherapy|
|Assessment for Psychotherapy (Contd): V. Contra-Indications to Uncovering Psychotherapy|
|Assessment for Psychotherapy (Contd): VI. The Consequences of Making Contact|
|The Future of Psychotherapy and Psychodynamics|