Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions

The third member had a preoedipal behavior disorder, and the fourth was diagnosed as a psychoneurosis with compulsive ... Naturally it was anticipated that they would find it difficult to do 258 PSYCHOTHERAPY OF PREOEDIPAL CONDITIONS.

Author: Hyman Spotnitz

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781568216331

Category: Medical

Page: 396

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Women Intersectionality and Power in Group Psychotherapy Leadership

International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 45(3), 303–329. Levine, R. (2017). A modern psychoanalytic perspective ... In Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions: Schizophrenia and Severe Character Disorders (pp. 69–75). Jason Aronson.

Author: Yoon Im Kane

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000442274

Category: Psychology

Page: 312

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This ground-breaking book presents multifaceted perspectives to examine assumptions about gender, intersecting identities, and power that impact women’s experience as group psychotherapy leaders, mentors, and educators. Leaders in the field discuss the theories, training, personal experience, mentorship, and clinical work that empower women group psychotherapists beyond the limits of traditional technique and practice. Chapters boldly investigate theoretical, cultural, and personal paradigms, and explore themes of intersectionality, gender-role identity, and hidden bias. The authors challenge embedded societal norms to encourage deeper gender and cultural intelligence in group psychotherapy leadership. This text provides guidance and clinical wisdom that will inspire, scaffold, and embolden contemporary group psychotherapy leadership.

The Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Cancer Patients

Spotnitz , H. , Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions , Jason Aronson , N. Y. , 1976 , p . 16 . 115. Spotnitz , H. , 1969 , p . 61 . 116. Ibid . , p . 68 . 117. Israel , L. , 1978 , pp . 5-9 . 118. Spotnitz , H. , Psychotherapy of ...

Author: Jane G. Goldberg

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 1412832349

Category: Psychology

Page: 400

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When this book first appeared in 1981, it was the first to deal comprehensively with major issues in the psychotherapeutic treatment of cancer patients. It remains the standard volume in the field, drawing together a broad spectrum of work using psychological approaches to treatment of cancer patients and to understanding the disease's sociological and psychological implications. Distinguished contributors from medicine, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychology, social work, family and group therapy, and nursing examine key issues, including the role of aggression in the onset and treatment of cancer; sexual functioning of patients; cancer as an emotionally regressive experience, cancer in children, and the countertransference responses of a therapist working with a cancer patient. This volume will be of particular value to helping professionals who deal with cancer patients and their families.

Emotional Communication

Sechehaye, M. (1951) Symbolic Realization: A New Method of Psychotherapy Applied to a Case of Schizophrenia, ... Review 53c: 166–169; reprinted in The Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions (1976), New York: Jason Aronson.

Author: Paul Geltner

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415525169

Category: Psychology

Page: 336

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What role does animal like and infantile communication play in life and in psychoanalysis? How are painful childhood experiences recreated with people who are nothing like the original family? What are the roles of loving and horrible feelings in psychoanalytic cure? In Emotional Communication, Paul Geltner places the pre-linguistic type of communication that is shared with infants and animals at the core of the psychoanalytic relationship. He shows how emotional communication intertwines with language, permeating every moment of human interaction, and becoming a primary way that people involuntarily recreate painful childhood relationships in current life. Emotional Communication integrates observations from a number of psychoanalytic schools in a cohesive but non-eclectic model. Geltner expands psychoanalytic technique beyond the traditional focus on interpretation and the contemporary focus on authenticity to include the use feelings that precisely address the client's repetitive patterns of misery. The author breaks down analytic interventions into their cognitive and emotional components, describing how each engages a different part of the client's mind and serves a different function. He explains the role of emotional communication in psychoanalytic technique both in classical interpretations and in non-interpretive interventions that use the analyst's feelings to amplify the therapeutic power of the psychoanalytic relationship. Offering a clear alternative to both Classical and contemporary Relational and Intersubjective approaches to understanding and treating clients in psychoanalysis, Paul Geltner presents a theory of communication and maturation that will interest psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and those concerned with the subtleties of human relatedness.

Atod , & Bernard Brandebatt PSYCHOTHERAPY OF INTERPRETATION OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Balancing Preoedipal Conditions Empathy and Interpretation Talking with Patients : A Self Psychological View of Creative Intuition and Analytic Discipline ...

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Mutual Growth in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship

In: The Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions (pp. 117–136). New York, NY: Jason Aronson. Spotnitz, H. (2013). The maturational interpretation. Psychoanalytic Review, 100(4), 583–587. Stamm, B.H. (2005). The ProQOL manual.

Author: Patricia Harte Bratt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429781131

Category: Psychology

Page: 192

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Mutual Growth in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship: Reciprocal Resilience is an essential, innovative guide for mental health professionals who listen repeatedly to stories of devastation and trauma. Moving beyond traditions that consider the clinician as existing only for the patient and not as an individual, this breakthrough model explores the possibility of mutual resilience-building and personal benefit developing between therapists and their patients. The first section of the book situates Reciprocal Resilience in the context of evolving resilience studies. The second section provides lively, demonstrative clinical anecdotes from therapists themselves, organized into chapters focused on enhancing their positive strategies for coping and growth while functioning under duress. This book presents a framework for teaching and supervising psychotherapists that can enrich clinician well-being, while recognizing the therapeutic relationship as the key for enabling patients’ emotional growth. It challenges mental health practitioners to share their own experiences, presenting a research model syntonic with how clinicians think and work daily in their professional practice. It offers a pioneering approach, finding inspiration in even the darkest moments for therapists and patients alike.

Psychotherapy with the Elderly

Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions . New York : Grune & Stratton . ( 1981 ) . Aggression in the therapy of schizophrenia . Modern Psychoanalysis 6 : 131-140 . ( 1985 ) . Modern Psychoanalysis of the Schizophrenic Patient : Theory of ...

Author: George Bouklas

Publisher: Jason Aronson

ISBN: 0765700514

Category: Medical

Page: 404

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Methuselah is the elderly patient and Echo is the admiring soul, the therapist, who gives Methuselah back to himself by joining, mirroring, and reflecting in the course of creating a treatment alliance. Dr. Bouklas brings transpersonal, psychodynamic, and behavioral approaches to bear on the existential problems of old and late old age, promoting a vision of healthy narcissism in the frail and ill elderly, of regression in the service of transcendence. He demonstrates how to implement and integrate these approaches in the spirit of increasing patient self-awareness, and his vivid examples reveal the inspiration and wisdom to be gained by working with the elderly.

The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process

Trauma and the Therapist: Countertransference and Vicarious Traumatization in Psychotherapy With Incest Survivors. New York: Norton. ... Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions: Schizophrenia and Severe Character Disorders.

Author: Bonnie Badenoch

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429921124

Category: Psychology

Page: 240

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Might it be possible that neuroscience, in particular interpersonal neurobiology, can illuminate the unique ways that group processes collaborate with and enhance the brain's natural developmental and repairing processes? This book brings together the work of twelve contemporary group therapists and practitioners who are exploring this possibility through applying the principles of interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) to a variety of approaches to group therapy and experiential learning groups. IPNB's focus on how human beings shape one another's brains throughout the life span makes it a natural fit for those of us who are involved in bringing people together so that, through their interactions, they may better understand and transform their own deeper mind and relational patterns. Group is a unique context that can trigger, amplify, contain, and provide resonance for a broad range of human experiences, creating robust conditions for changing the brain.

Psychotherapy with People in the Arts

Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions. Northvale, NJ: Aronson. — (1985). Modern Psychoanalysis of the Schizophrenic Patient, Second Edition. New York: Human Sciences Press. Winnicott, D. W. (1947). Hate in the countertransference.

Author: Terry S Trepper

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317719410

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 150

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Learn to free creativity from the shackles of emotional conflicts! This riveting collection of case histories illustrates the dark interplay of neurosis and creativity. Psychotherapy with People in the Arts explores the struggles of writers, painters, actors, and composers to reconcile their overwhelming need to create and the self-doubts, frustrations, and neuroses that block their potential. In addition to ten inspiring tales of healing and self-knowledge, Psychotherapy with People in the Arts provides a solid introduction to the primary issues related to emotional disorders and creativity. It begins with a study of the notoriously reclusive and eccentric writer J. D. Salinger. Using both theory and case example, it shows how family history, present relations, and genetics can combine to impede the flow of an artist’s natural gifts-and how a good therapist can help unblock that creative power. It also includes a series of tests to diagnose blocked creativity. Psychotherapy with People in the Arts explores such compelling themes as: dealing with racism and internalized self-hatred the conflict between commercial and high art anger and blocked tears the drive for an impossible perfection emotional alienation and sexual acting out Psychotherapy with People in the Arts is a fascinating look at a complex and controversial subject. Though not everyone is a professional artist, every human being has creative potential that can be blocked by emotional disturbances. And every therapist, mental health educator, and artist will find rich sources of information and inspiration in this book. Visit the author's website at http://www.livingcenter.net

Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Cancer Patients

... H., Modern Psychoanalysis of a Schizophrenic Patient, Grune & Stratton, N.Y., 1969. 114Spotnitz, H., Psychotherapy of Preoedipal Conditions, Jason Aronson, N. Y., 1976, p. 16. 115Spotnitz, H., 1969, p. 61. 116 Ibid., p. 68. 117.

Author: Albert Bandura

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351307666

Category: Medical

Page: 396

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When this book first appeared in 1981, it was the first to deal comprehensively with major issues in the psychotherapeutic treatment of cancer patients. It remains the standard volume in the field, drawing together a broad spectrum of work using psychological approaches to treatment of cancer patients and to understanding the disease's sociological and psychological implications. Distinguished contributors from medicine, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychology, social work, family and group therapy, and nursing examine key issues, including the role of aggression in the onset and treatment of cancer; sexual functioning of patients; cancer as an emotionally regressive experience, cancer in children, and the countertransference responses of a therapist working with a cancer patient. This volume will be of particular value to helping professionals who deal with cancer patients and their families.