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Concise Guide to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Third Edition [electronic resource] : Principles and Techniques of Brief, Intermittent, and Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781585621736Publication details: Washington, D.C. : American Psychiatric Publishing, 2008.Edition: 3rd edISBN:
  • 9781585627295
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Concise Guide to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Third Edition : Principles and Techniques of Brief, Intermittent, and Long-Term Psychodynamic PsychotherapyDDC classification:
  • 616.8914
LOC classification:
  • RC489.P72U77 2004
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Contents:
Cover; TOCContents; About the Authors; Introduction to the Concise Guides Series; Preface to the Third Edition; CH1 Why Psychotherapy?; Psychiatric Illness; The Contribution of Psychotherapy; Psychotherapy and Medical Illness; Summary; References; CH2 Basic Principles; The Focus of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; The Setting of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; The Technique of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; References; Additional Readings; CH3 Patient Evaluation, I: Assessment, Diagnosis, and the Prescription of Psychotherapy; Beginning the Evaluation; Selection Criteria; References
Additional ReadingsCH4 Patient Evaluation, II: Psychodynamic Listening; The Four Psychologies; The Clinical Moment and Clinical Assessment; Psychodynamic Listening in a Consultation-Liaison Situation; Psychodynamic Listening in a Psychotherapy Evaluation; Psychodynamic Listening in a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Context; Listening to Oneself Outside of the Consulting Room; References; Additional Readings; CH5 Patient Evaluation, III: Psychodynamic Evaluation; The Chief Complaint; The History of the Present Illness, the Past History, and the Family History; Early Memories and Trauma
Concordant and Complementary CountertransferencesCountertransference in Work With Borderline Personality Disorder Patients; Other Countertransferences; The Therapist's Need for Personal Psychoanalysis and Supervision; References; Additional Readings; CH10 Dreams; The Use of Dreams in Psychotherapy; Introducing the Patient to the Use of Dreams; Use of Dreams During the Middle Phase of Therapy; Use of Dreams During the Latter Phases of Therapy; The Dream as an Indicator of Unconscious Conflict; The Dream as an Indicator of Transference
Developmental DeficitAssessment of the Patient's Conscience; Conclusion; References; Additional Readings; CH6 Beginning Treatment; First, Do No Harm; Abstinence and Free Association; The Atmosphere of Safety; The Attitude of Physicianly Concern; Disappointment in the Opening Phase; The Early Experience of Transference, Defense, and Resistance; Initial Use of Dreams in Therapy; References; Additional Readings; CH7 Resistance and Defense; Resistance; Defense; Repression; Denial; Reaction Formation; Displacement; Reversal; Inhibition; Identification With the Aggressor; Asceticism
IntellectualizationIsolation of Affect; Regression; Sublimation; Interpreting Resistances and Defense Mechanisms; Transference Resistance; References; Additional Readings; CH8 Transference; The Need to Repeat the Past; Transference in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; Forms of Transference; Working With the Transference; Transference as Resistance; Erotic and Aggressive Transferences; Working Through the Transference; Enactment and Projective Identification; Dealing With ""No"" Transference; References; Additional Readings; CH9 Countertransference
The Dream as Indicator of Genetic Data or Adaptational Style
Summary: This compact guide's 15 densely informative chapters -- complete with glossary, indexes, illustrations, and references -- not only provide clinicians with an updated introduction to the concepts and techniques of psychodynamic psychotherapy but also convey the excitement and usefulness, as well as the difficulties, of this complex field.
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Cover; TOCContents; About the Authors; Introduction to the Concise Guides Series; Preface to the Third Edition; CH1 Why Psychotherapy?; Psychiatric Illness; The Contribution of Psychotherapy; Psychotherapy and Medical Illness; Summary; References; CH2 Basic Principles; The Focus of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; The Setting of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; The Technique of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; References; Additional Readings; CH3 Patient Evaluation, I: Assessment, Diagnosis, and the Prescription of Psychotherapy; Beginning the Evaluation; Selection Criteria; References

Additional ReadingsCH4 Patient Evaluation, II: Psychodynamic Listening; The Four Psychologies; The Clinical Moment and Clinical Assessment; Psychodynamic Listening in a Consultation-Liaison Situation; Psychodynamic Listening in a Psychotherapy Evaluation; Psychodynamic Listening in a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Context; Listening to Oneself Outside of the Consulting Room; References; Additional Readings; CH5 Patient Evaluation, III: Psychodynamic Evaluation; The Chief Complaint; The History of the Present Illness, the Past History, and the Family History; Early Memories and Trauma

Concordant and Complementary CountertransferencesCountertransference in Work With Borderline Personality Disorder Patients; Other Countertransferences; The Therapist's Need for Personal Psychoanalysis and Supervision; References; Additional Readings; CH10 Dreams; The Use of Dreams in Psychotherapy; Introducing the Patient to the Use of Dreams; Use of Dreams During the Middle Phase of Therapy; Use of Dreams During the Latter Phases of Therapy; The Dream as an Indicator of Unconscious Conflict; The Dream as an Indicator of Transference

Developmental DeficitAssessment of the Patient's Conscience; Conclusion; References; Additional Readings; CH6 Beginning Treatment; First, Do No Harm; Abstinence and Free Association; The Atmosphere of Safety; The Attitude of Physicianly Concern; Disappointment in the Opening Phase; The Early Experience of Transference, Defense, and Resistance; Initial Use of Dreams in Therapy; References; Additional Readings; CH7 Resistance and Defense; Resistance; Defense; Repression; Denial; Reaction Formation; Displacement; Reversal; Inhibition; Identification With the Aggressor; Asceticism

IntellectualizationIsolation of Affect; Regression; Sublimation; Interpreting Resistances and Defense Mechanisms; Transference Resistance; References; Additional Readings; CH8 Transference; The Need to Repeat the Past; Transference in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; Forms of Transference; Working With the Transference; Transference as Resistance; Erotic and Aggressive Transferences; Working Through the Transference; Enactment and Projective Identification; Dealing With ""No"" Transference; References; Additional Readings; CH9 Countertransference

The Dream as Indicator of Genetic Data or Adaptational Style

This compact guide's 15 densely informative chapters -- complete with glossary, indexes, illustrations, and references -- not only provide clinicians with an updated introduction to the concepts and techniques of psychodynamic psychotherapy but also convey the excitement and usefulness, as well as the difficulties, of this complex field.