1st Edition

Understanding Davanloo's Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy
A Guide for Clinicians

ISBN 9781782204015
Published April 6, 2017 by Routledge
294 Pages

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Book Description

This book allows the reader to witness what transpires in the Montreal closed circuit training programme. It incorporates the recent research findings of Dr Davanloo with his previously published metapsychological and technical discoveries.

Table of Contents

Preface -- Basic Theoretical Principles of Davanloo’s Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy: An Introduction -- A review of Davanloo’s metapsychology of the unconscious -- Davanloo’s discoveries: an overview of the Montreal closed circuit training programme -- Davanloo’s discoveries, 2005–2015: an overview of important terminology and teachings -- Application of New Theoretical Principles -- The initial evaluative interview: the major mobilisation of the unconscious and the total removal of resistance -- The transference neurosis: Part I -- Transference neurosis: Part II -- Multidimensional unconscious structural changes: Part I -- The neurobiological pathways of murderous rage and guilt -- The transference neurosis: Part III -- The destructive competitive form of the transference neurosis -- The transference neurosis: Part IV -- Unconscious defensive organisation and brainwashing -- Pathological mourning and the mobilised unconscious -- Intergenerational transmission of psychopathology -- The “turning away” syndrome -- Following the trail of the unconscious -- The neurobiological destruction of the uterus -- The character resistance of the idealisation of destructiveness -- Being a mother to one’s own mother -- Multidimensional unconscious structural changes: Part II -- The transference neurosis: Part V -- The metapsychology of forgiveness -- The transference neurosis: Part VI -- Future Directions -- Competency-based psychotherapy education and research: an introduction -- Neuroimaging and Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy: psychotherapy and the brain

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