Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience is a multi-disciplinary overview of psychological and emotional development, from infancy through to adulthood. Uniquely, it integrates research and concepts from psychology and neurophysiology with psychoanalytic thinking, providing an unusually rich and balanced perspective on the subject. Written by leaders in their field, the chapters cover:
* biological and neurological factors in the unconscious and memory
* the link between genetics and attachment
* the early relationship and the growth of emotional life
* the importance of a developmental framework to inform psychoanalytic work
* clinical work
Drawing on a wide range of detailed case studies with subjects across childhood and adolescence, this book provides a ground-breaking insight into how very different schools of thought can work together to achieve clinical success in work with particularly difficult young patients.
Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience represents the latest knowledge beneficial to child psychiatrists and child psychotherapists, as well as social workers, psychologists, health visitors and specialist teachers.
Introduction. Green, Emotional Development. Biological and Clinical Approaches. Schore, Towards an Integration. Part I. The Human Unconscious: The Development of the Righth Brain and its Role in Early Emotional Life Turnbull, Solms, Memory, Amnesia and Intuition: A Neuro-Psychoanalytic Perspective. Steele, Attachment, Actual Experience and Mental Representation. Fonagy, The Interpersonal Interpretive Mechanism: The Confluence of Genetics and Attachment Theory in Development. Baradon, Part II. Psychotherapeutic Work with Parents and Infants. Neil, The Use of Fantasy as an Organisoer for Traumatic Experience. Ralph, Counter-transference, Sexual Abuse and the Therapist as a New Developmental Object. Green, Leo, The Analytic Treatment of an Elective Mute Boy. Heuves, Young Adolescents. Development and Treatment. Woods, Developmental Considerations in an Adult Analysis.