Treating the Self: Elements of Clinical Self Psychology

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Guilford Press, 24 sep. 2002 - 194 sidor
Now available in paper for the first time, this classic text is about how an analyst analyzes. Rooted in the theory of psychoanalytic self psychology as put forth by Heinz Kohut and his colleagues, Treating the Self focuses on the application of the self-psychological concept of the psyche to the actual conduct of psychoanalytic treatment. The result is not a "how-to" approach, but rather a volume that suggests a theory of treatment and offers guidelines for creative ways of thinking about therapy. Written by Ernest Wolf, a close collaborator of Heinz Kohut, this is a personal account of the process of self psychology presented by one of the foremost experts in the field.
 

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INTRODUCTION HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT
3
GENERAL ORIENTATION THE INNER LIFE OF MAN
9
BASIC CONCEPTS OF SELF PSYCHOLOGY
23
SELFS AND SELFOBJECTS
50
SELFOBJECT RELATIONS DISORDERS DISORDERS OF THE SELF
65
NARCISSISTIC RAGE
77
THE SETTING
87
PRINCIPLES
94
THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS
102
SELFOBJECT TRANSFERENCES
124
COUNTERTRANSFERENCE ISSUES
136
ANALYTIC REALITY
146
TERMINATION
166
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Ernest S. Wolf, MD, a close collaborator of Heinz Kohut, is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Northwestern University Medical School and serves as faculty and training analyst at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. He also sits on the Scientific Advisory Boards of the Center for Psychosocial Studies in Chicago, Illinois and the Clinical-Developmental Institute in Belmont, Massachusetts.

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