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The Craft of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

This work is an orientation to a craft of great richness and interest. The authors describe the defining elements of the accumulated working knowledge of psychodynamic psychotherapy. It revisits the raw pointedness of old questions: What is psychotherapy? What makes it meaningful? What do I say when a patient asks me how therapy works? How long will it take? How does change happen?

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Chapter 1 Individual Psychological Work Chapter 2 Impediments to Individual Psychological Work Chapter 3 Adaptation Chapter 4 Psychodynamics Chapter 5 Character Chapter 6 The Therapist: Her Personal Experiences and Qualities Chapter 7 Wobbly and Brittle Chapter 8 Early Learning Chapter 9 Later Learrning Chapter 10 The Frame Chapter 11 Setting up a Practice Chapter 12 The Patient Chapter 13 First Encounters Chapter 14 The Therapeutic Match Chapter 15 The Therapeutic Understanding Chapter 16 The First Therapy Session: Setting a Tone Chapter 17 The First and Only Hour Chapter 18 The Initial Version Chapter 19 The Therapeutic Formulation and Agenda Chapter 20 Widening the Conversation Chapter 21 Resistance and Anxiety Chapter 22 A Frequent Clinical Situation Chapter 23 Transference Chapter 24 Countertransference Chapter 25 Clinical Neutrality Chapter 26 The Therapeutic Alliance Chapter 27 What Does the Therapist Actually Do? Chapter 28 Listening Chapter 29 Beginning and Ending Sessions Chapter 30 Making Comments Chapter 31 Being Silent Chapter 32 Interpretations Chapter 33 Working Through Chapter 34 Termination Chapter 35 Active Elements in Productive Psychotherapeutic Work

Portrait

Angelica Kaner, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine. She is also a candidate at the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis. Dr. Kaner received her Ph.D. at the University of California at Berkeley. She has interests in eating concerns and disorders, body image, creativity, and the teaching and supervision of psychotherapy. Ernst Prelinger, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in the private practice of psychodynamic psychotherapy in New Haven, Connecticut. A clinical professor of psychology and psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, he is also a member of the faculty at the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis. His special interests lie in teaching and supervising psychotherapists in training, the study of processes of identity formation and in the theory of aggression. He lives in rural Connecticut.

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Roy Schafer proclaims on the dust jacket, This book is just what is needed at a time when we are assailed by unwarranted doubts about the uses of therapy. Even though the book deserves a subtitle of mentoring new clinicians, I wish that the Divisionwould send copies of it to all plausibly open-minded directors of graduate programs in clinical psychology. In the earlier part of the book, the language is in the third person. By the last third of the book, the authors' remarks are to you, the new therapist. This is the product of not only much clinical experience and theoretical knowledge, but also the result of much teaching experience. Their teaching covers every subject that a budding therapist might need. It deals with the most practical concernsof setting up a practice and takes the reader into the therapy room for learning what it is that a therapist actually does. The whole book models empathy. The latter attributes, however, enhance the selection of this book for an ideal syllabus for graduate students. It should hold a prime place for the first year people. It is the sort of volume to which one returns with greater and greater appreciation as one gains experience. -- Johanna Krout Tabin, PhD, ABPP Psychologist-Psychoanalyst: Division 39 Newsletter Roy Schafer is right (in his laudatory blurb about this book): it is "a remarkable achievement." Kaner and Prelinger (both Yale) reach an implicit rapprochement between person-centered and dynamic psychotherapy. The older psychoanalytic dictums-interpret dreams, resistances, transference, and defenses, and nothing else-have been replaced. his marvelous update in dynamic psychotherapy is a fine addition to the literature. Essential. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals. CHOICE A remarkable achievement! A guide through the thickets of psychodynamic psychotherapy that is clear, comprehensive, subtle, penetrating, and filled with well-chosen clinical examples and technical suggestions. Not only a MUST for beginning psychotherapists, it can also help those more experienced refine their methods and deepen their empathic understanding. This book is just what is needed at a time when we are assailed by unwarranted doubts about the uses of therapy. -- Dr. Roy Schafer, author of The Analytic Attitude, Bad Feelings, Insight and Interpretation, and other works Kaner and Prelinger give an inspiring yet demystifying description of psychodynamic psychotherapy. This wonderfully orienting book is a gem for any developing clinician who seeks to understand the fundamentals of psychodynamic theory and technique. The rich clinical vignettes will make engrossing reading for clinicians, supervisors, and patients. -- Suzanne Gassner Kaner and Prelinger's book is at once wise, thoughtful, humane, and practical. Lucidly written, vivid with examples drawn from literature and clinical practice, The Craft of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is a rare pleasure to read. I believe it will become a classic in our field. -- Katherine Dalsimer, Columbia University This is the most beautiful introduction to psychotherapy I have read. It preserves the poetry of human interactions while giving a clear and thoughtful account of what actually goes on. Kaner and Prelinger are teachers, in the deepest sense, of one of the greatest crafts ever devised. -- Jonathan Lear, The University of Chicago This book makes a quite fresh contribution to the teaching of psychotherapy. The authors' goal is, as they say, to tell the story of psychotherapy as a process and as a journey and they bring the story to life with much rich and evocative clinical material. Kaner and Prelinger skillfully introduce the new therapist to psychodynamic theory and technique in an eloquent and unique manner. -- Michael Stadter, Clinical Psychologist-in-Residence, American University Roy Schafer proclaims on the dust jacket, "This book is just what is needed at a time when we are assailed by unwarranted doubts about the uses of therapy." Even though the book deserves a subtitle of "mentoring new clinicians," I wish that the Division would send copies of it to all plausibly open-minded directors of graduate programs in clinical psychology. In the earlier part of the book, the language is in the third person. By the last third of the book, the authors' remarks are to you, the new therapist. This is the product of not only much clinical experience and theoretical knowledge, but also the result of much teaching experience. Their teaching covers every subject that a budding therapist might need. It deals with the most practical concerns of setting up a practice and takes the reader into the therapy room for learning what it is that a therapist actually does. The whole book models empathy. The latter attributes, however, enhance the selection of this book for an ideal syllabus for graduate students. It should hold a prime place for the first year people. It is the sort of volume to which one returns with greater and greater appreciation as one gains experience. -- Johanna Krout Tabin, PhD, ABPP Psychologist-Psychoanalyst: Division 39 Newsletter Beginning students should welcome and profit richly from this illuminating discussion of the basics of psychodynamic psychotherapy. -- W. W. Meissner, SJ M.D. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic: A Journal for the Mental Health Professions, Vol. 71, No. 4 (Fall 2007)
EAN: 9780765703729
ISBN: 0765703726
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: JASON ARONSON INC
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2005
Seitenanzahl: 288 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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