|Series||Harper Torchbooks -- TB5012|
|LC Classifications||BF173 .G783 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 204 p.|
|Number of Pages||204|
Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Therapies, Second Edition provides an overview of the historical evolution of, and recent advancements in this vital group of theories and approaches to psychotherapy, that have been refined over more than a century of international work by key theorists. Editions for Psychoanalytic Theory, Therapy, and the Self: A Basic Guide to the Human Personality in Freud, Erikson, Klein, Sullivan, Fairbairn, Hartmann. "Written for therapists, by a therapist, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy manifests the qualities of McWilliams’s earlier superb work: a thorough grasp of psychodynamic theory, frequent use of case illustrations, a clear and engaging writing style, and what we might call her 'faith' that a relationship with a skilled and caring therapist can help people become more whole."--Russell Jones, ThD, pastoral Cited by: Psychoanalytic theory proves to be particularly valuable in exploring: The client's and the therapist's indigenous cultural narratives, and the conscious and unconscious meanings and motivations that accompany these narratives; The role of context in how clients Pages:
Psychoanalytic Theory, Therapy, And The Self Paperback – 18 Nov. by Harry Guntrip (Author)/5(5). Abstract. The self has assumed a new popularity, within psycho-analysis as well as in other disciplines. In the former it has given rise to a focus of study called self psychology (Goldberg ), which in turn makes claims for certain advantageous positions in both technique and by: 5. Psychoanalytic therapy is a form of in-depth talk therapy that aims to bring unconscious or deeply buried thoughts and feelings to the conscious mind so that repressed experiences and emotions. is a platform for academics to share research papers.
There are four major schools of psychoanalytic theory, each of which has influenced psychodynamic therapy. The four schools are: Freudian, Ego Psychology, Object Relations, and Self Psychology. Freudian psychology is based on the theories first formulated by Sigmund Freud in the early part of this century and is sometimes referred to as the drive or structural model. The goal of psychoanalytic therapy is to help patients better understand the unconscious forces that can play a role in current behaviors, thoughts, and emotions. This type of therapy is based upon the theories and work of Sigmund Freud, who founded the school of thought known as psychoanalysis. out of 5 stars Classic introduction to object relations psychoanalysis Reviewed in the United States on J This is a classic introduction to the movement known as object relations theory in psychoanalysis, as it developed in Britian after the second world war/5. Books shelved as psychoanalytic-theory: Civilization and Its Discontents by Sigmund Freud, Man and His Symbols by C.G. Jung, Introductory Lectures on Psy.