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Peter Fonagy Winner of the 2010 Sigourney Award!
Joseph Sandler has been an important influence in psychoanalysis throughout the world during the latter part of the twentieth century, contributing to changing views on both psychoanalytic theory and technique. He has also been a bridging force in psychoanalysis, helping to close the gap between American ego psychologists, and British Kleinian and object relations theorists.
Psychoanalysis on the Move provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of Sandler's contribution to the development of psychoanalysis. The contributors trace the development of the main themes and achievements of Sandler's work, in particular his focus on combining psychoanalytic theory and clinical practice.
Timely and important, Psychoanalysis on the Move should make interesting reading for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and all those who wish to know more about one of the most creative figures in psychoanalysis of the past few decades.
"The book should make interesting reading for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and all those who wish to know more about one of the most creative figures in psychoanalysis of the past few decades" - The International Journal of Psychoanalysis
Fonagy, Cooper, Joseph Sandler's Intellectual Contributions to Theoretical and Clinical Psychoanalysis. Wallerstein, A Half-Century Perspective on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: The Historical Context of Joseph Sandler's Contributions. Renik, Wish Fulfilment and the Mastery of Trauma. Gampel, Between the Background of Safety and the Background of the Uncanny in the Context of Social Violence. Scafer, Some Reflections on the Concept of Enactment. Lebovici, Importance of Narcissistic Cathexes in the Earliest Aspects of the Object Relationship. Segal, What is an Object? The Role of Perception. Shapiro, The Representational World and the Linguistic Idiom. Hernández, Lemlij, Internal Objects: Theoretical Perimeter and Clinical Contour. Widlöcher, Unconscious Fantasy as an Experience of Action. Spector Person, Gender-Dichotomous Fantasies: Their Relationships to the Inner and Outer Worlds. Kernberg, Acute and Chronic Countertransference Reactions. Michels, Psychoanalysts' Theories. Canestri, Psychoanalytic Heuristics. Kächele, Mergenthaler, Hölzer, The Analyst's Vocabulary.
The New Library of Psychoanalysis is published by Routledge Mental Health in association with the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London.
Its purpose is to facilitate a greater and more widespread appreciation of psychoanalysis and to provide a forum for increasing mutual understanding between psychoanalysts and those in other disciplines. The series also aims to make some of the work of continental and other non-English speaking analysts more readily available to English-speaking readers, and to increase the interchange of ideas between British and American analysts.
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