‘This challenging and ambitious book captures the variety and richness of contemporary clinical developments in the Tavistock and Portman Clinics in relation to work with young adults. It sets these developments in lytic and systemic principles that are the centra up over their long and distinguished history. Th that face the Clinics from the evidence-based for resources with forms of practice that are outlines the adaptive and innovative ways to this competitive situation, for example by the context of the collective I underpinning of the Clinics’e book sets the scene for the practice approach and from validated by this approach. in which the Clinics have e development of an internet- based service for young adults, the application of mentalisation-based antisocial patients, and the use of dynamic interpersonal therapy as a br This book will be an inspiring guide and rallying call for practitioners in health field, who face the same inexorable competition for resources in therapy in the NHS and public services.’
Table of Contents
SERIES EDITOR’S PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS -- FOREWORD -- I As we are now -- Introduction /Alessandra Lemma -- 1 Talk talk: theories and practices for turbulent times /Andrew Cooper -- 2 A plurality of just answers /Bernadette Wren & EZZie Kavner -- II Psychoanalytic interventions with young adults and adults -- Introduction /Alessandra Lemma -- 3 Time-limited psychodynamic psychotherapy for adolescents and young adults /Stephen Briggs & Louise Lyon -- 4 The Young People’s Consultation Services: a model of engagement /Linda Young & Frank Lowe -- 5 Complexity in primay care /Brian Rock & Anca Carrington -- 6 Treatment continuity in discontinuous worlds /Carine Mtnne -- 7 Picking up a log from both ends: couple work in the Tavistock tradition /Joanna Rosenthali -- III Innovations in adult mental health care -- Introduction /Alessandra Lemma -- 8 Treating the untreatable: the evolution of a psychoanalytically informed service for antisocial personality disorder /Jessica YakeZey -- 9 Where Internet was, there ego shall be: community and well-being in the digital world /Richard Graham -- 10 Dynamic kite Personal therapy (DIT): developing a new intervention for depression /Alessandra Lemma, Mary Target, & Peter Fonagy -- INDEX.