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The Second Century of Psychoanalysis

Evolving Perspectives on Therapeutic Action, 1st Edition

Edited by Christopher Christian, Michael J. Diamond

Routledge

394 pages

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Table of Contents

Series Editor's Preface -- Introduction -- Contextualizing Therapeutic Action -- A brief history of therapeutic action: convergence, divergence, and integrative bridges -- The aims and method of psychoanalysis a century later -- Classical theory, the Enlightenment Vision, and contemporary psychoanalysis -- Conflict, Fantasy, and Insight in Therapeutic Action -- The therapeutic action of resistance analysis: interpersonalizing and socializing Paul Gray's close process attention technique -- From ego psychology to modern conflict theory -- The interpretive act: returning freedom and agency to a beleaguered ego -- Back to the future: the curative fantasy in psychoanalysis -- Relational Experience and Mutative Dynamics -- The seminal therapeutic influence of analytic love: a pluralistic perspective -- The analyst's subjective experience: holding environment and container of projections -- Mental Experience and Therapeutic Action: Unconscious Communication, Internalization, and Non-Verbal Processes -- The impact of the mind of the analyst: from unconscious processes to intrapsychic change -- From under long shadows: identification and disidentification in analysis -- Movement thinking and therapeutic action in psychoanalysis -- Reflections: Psychoanalytic Dogma and Flexibility -- A centenarian's retrospective on psychoanalysis: an interview with Hedda Bolgar 1

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CIPS (Confederation of Independent Psychoanalytic Societies) Boundaries of Psychoanalysis

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PSY000000
PSYCHOLOGY / General
PSY036000
PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health