Reaching Across Boundaries of Culture and Class Widening the Scope of Psychotherapy
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Description: In a world that is forever fragmenting into divisions of ethnicity and class, this groundbreaking book offers an approach to therapy that reaches across the boundaries that usually divide us. Reaffirming psychotherapy's roots in a progressive approach to social change, the contributors show how contemporary methods can be used to treat patients often previously thought unresponsive to psychodynamic therapy. Cultural values, countertransference guilt, immigration, bilingualism, and battered self-esteem in African-American patients are among the many topics discussed. Numerous examples guide the clinician to a better understanding of the role of culture in the therapeutic relationship.
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/1/1996
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
|What is a Multicultural Perspective for Psychoanalysis?|
|The Social Conscience of Psychoanalysis|
|Psychoanalysis in an Historic-Economic Perspective|
|How Universal is the Psychoanalytic Self?|
|Psychodynamic Treatment with the Urban Poor|
|The African-American Patient in Psychodynamic Treatment|
|Countertransference in Cross-Cultural Psychotherapy|
|The End of Analyzability|
|The Accommodation of Diversity in Psychoanalysis|
|Skin Color in Psychotherapy|
|In Search of Repressed Memories in Bilingual Individuals|
|Assessing the Psychodynamic Function of Language in the Bilingual Patient|