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Tallis on FreudThe scientistic ideology is every bit as self-immunizing of criticism as the psychoanalytic one. Psychoanalytic self- ... In any case, I always enjoy the interpretation or deconstruction of legends. Understanding the personal origin of a given ... The scientistic ideology is every bit as self-immunizing of criticism as the psychoanalytic one. Psychoanalytic self- ... What is so fascinating to me is why so much is made of the psychoanalytic negation, while the refutation of these other equally ...
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Reluctant TreasuresPsychoanalytic theory is at great pains to deny this and to assert that every reality is both relevant and arbitrary, both ... Covering such issues as interpretation, transference and countertransference, and the idea of change, this book will appeal to ... Psychoanalytic theory is at great pains to deny this and to assert that every reality is both relevant and arbitrary, both ... Psychoanalytic theory is at great pains to deny this and to assert that every reality is both relevant and arbitrary, both ...
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(1/13) Emotional control theory and the concept of defense: A teaching document.
Defensiveness in intrapsychic and interpersonal activities is a generally accepted concept among psychodynamic theorists, but a theoretically grounded classification of emotional control processes is needed. As a result of intensive case-by-case clinical and empirical studies, such a system was assembled. The system is organized by three major categories of processes that can regulate emotions. These are sets of mental operations that control 1) content of thought and communications, 2) form of thought and communications, and 3) person schemas that organize beliefs and interpersonal expressions. Each category of defensive control processes is linked to observable outcomes at intrapsychic and interpersonal levels. This classification system can be used to formulate how patterns of avoidance and distortion are formed.(The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 1999; 8:213-224) (+info)
(2/13) Inadequacy and indebtedness: no-fee psychotherapy in county training programs.
The nature of the fee arrangement has significant influence on the psychotherapeutic process even when there is no fee. Given the large number of psychiatrists who receive at least some part of their training in the public system, understanding the no-fee arrangement is vital to the psychodynamic training of future psychiatrists. Following a brief overview of the meaning of money and the fee arrangement, various scenarios are considered under the headings of "inadequacy" and "indebtedness. "Although similar dynamics may be present in other public and private settings, attention is given to the county training program, with the intent to assist psychiatry residents and supervisors in their awareness and understanding of the psychodynamics of psychotherapy without fee. (+info)
(3/13) "Moving along" in psychotherapy with schizophrenia patients.
Current treatment of the schizophrenic patient relies primarily on psychopharmacological management, psychoeducation, and family work. If individual psychotherapy is an adjunct, it is generally supportive. Recent focus on determinants of change in classical psychoanalysis suggests that noninterpretive mechanisms may have an impact at least equivalent to that of the well-timed transference interpretation. The author argues that the same noninterpretive mechanisms may be even more important for change in patients in a supportive process. A case study is used to illustrate that such an application of psychoanalytic principles and developmental research can be used to help even the most disturbed patients. (+info)
(4/13) Changing times, changing realities, a glimpse of the future: there is something more.
Over the past 25 years, group analysis has been much influenced by new developments in psychoanalysis, developmental psychology, evolutionary neurobiology, and evolutionary psychology. Basic group-analytic concepts are now being validated and reinforced by new knowledge of developmental processes in infancy and childhood. The development of both our brain as the organ of sociality and our personality begins as early as in utero. A child first learns how and whether to trust others and how to manage its emotions through empathy and sensitive responsiveness of its parents. Infant mental and emotional development is indebted to good enough environmental responses. Understanding these early influences is important because, among other things, it makes us aware how difficult it may be to influence such early factors by psychotherapy. (+info)
(5/13) Depression and internally directed aggression: genetic and environmental contributions.
(6/13) Effects of meaning or psychodynamic psycopharmacotherapy.
Despite advances in psychiatry, treatment outcomes are still a big problem, and are not always substantially better than it was in the past time. Treatment resistance remains a serious psychiatric problem. One of the reasons for that is that the pendulum has swung from a psychodynamic framework to a biological one, and the impact of meaning (i.e. the role of psychodynamic and psychosocial factors in treatment-refractory illness) has been relatively neglected. Dynamic factors in psychopharmacology play a pivotal role in pharmacological treatment responsiveness. There is a small but impressive evidence base that shows that psychological and interpersonal factors play that role. Psychodynamic psycho pharmacotherapy combines rational prescribing with tools to identify irrational interferences with effective use of medications, i.e. to resolve the problems of the pharmacological-treatment resistance. Psychodynamic psychopharmacology represents an integration of biological psychiatry and psychodynamic insights and techniques. (+info)
(7/13) On decoding and rewriting genomes: a psychoanalytical reading of a scientific revolution.
(8/13) Practice Parameter for psychodynamic psychotherapy with children.
- The Psychoanalytic Muse is devoted to the appreciation of the language and literature of Psychoanalysis and Analytical Psychology. (blogspot.com)
- This book will appeal to psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists, teachers and students of psychoanalysis and gender studies. (wisepress.com)
- It is true that the interpretation of dreams can be an important part of psychoanalysis . (scienceblogs.com)
- Dream interpretation is said to be a useful part of psychoanalysis. (scienceblogs.com)
- Note that in the context of psychoanalytic theory, the term interpretation and process have very specific technical meanings. (scienceblogs.com)
- Freud's timeless lectures on psychoanalytic thought, dream interpretation, and his theory of the neuroses are presented here in their authoritative translation to English by G. Stanley Hall. (feedbooks.com)
- But I have to take issue with his treatment of the use of dream interpretation in Freudian psychotherapy. (scienceblogs.com)
- Success remains a matter of ingenious conjecture, of direct intuition, and for this reason dream-interpretation has naturally been elevated into an art which seems to depend upon extraordinary gifts. (spiritcommunity.com)
- The second of the two popular methods of dream- interpretation entirely abandons such claims. (spiritcommunity.com)
- An interesting variant of this cipher procedure, a variant in which its character of purely mechanical transference is to a certain extent corrected, is presented in the work on dream-interpretation by Artemidoros of Daldis. (spiritcommunity.com)
- This configuration or unconscious fantasy of the field constitutes the common source from which both the discourse of one partner and the other's interpretation spring. (biomedsearch.com)
- Focused either on the analysand or on the field, the interpretation can perform its two dialectically complementary functions: it may irrupt into the disguises of the patient's unconscious, or it may allow him to synthesise and reconstruct his history and identity. (biomedsearch.com)
- In the following essay, Allen provides a psychoanalytic interpretation of Nightingale. (bookrags.com)
- an essay on the interpretation of historical data and the phenomena of collective behavior [by] Fred Weinstein and Gerald M. Platt. (gwu.edu)
- It will also appeal to those interested in the application of psychoanalytic insights in the understanding of social and political phenomena. (wisepress.com)
- Such periodical amplifications and reformulations were made necessary by a number of factors, for as Freud gained experience he not only developed fresh insights but also was faced with the problem of explaining an increasing amount of clinical phenomena that offered itself for examination under the psychoanalytic microscope. (bookdepository.com)
- His work, from listening to interpretation, is situated within a context that includes the history of the treatment as well as the history of the analysand, which is in the process of reconstruction. (biomedsearch.com)
- This context determines the moment of the interpretation (which may vary), i.e. the point ot urgency of a given session. (biomedsearch.com)
- What matters is this: is there therapeutic value in the interpretation of dreams? (scienceblogs.com)
- But none of that has anything to do with the therapeutic value, or lack of value, in the interpretation of dreams. (scienceblogs.com)
- Joseph - I'm still in the dark about how you would answer the question you pose: Is there therapeutic value in the interpretation of dreams? (scienceblogs.com)
- On the hypothesis that dreams are susceptible of interpretation, I at once find myself in disagreement with the prevailing doctrine of dreams- in fact, with all the theories of dreams, excepting only that of Scherner, for to interpret a dream is to specify its meaning, to replace it by something which takes its position in the concatenation of our psychic activities as a link of definite importance and value. (spiritcommunity.com)
- Most of the artificial dreams contrived by the poets * are intended for some such symbolic interpretation, for they reproduce the thought conceived by the poet in a guise not unlike the disguise which we are wont to find in our dreams. (spiritcommunity.com)
- The idea that the dream concerns itself chiefly with the future, whose form it surmises in advance- a relic of the prophetic significance with which dreams were once invested- now becomes the motive for translating into the future the meaning of the dream which has been found by means of symbolic interpretation. (spiritcommunity.com)
- Interpretation and containment both go on at once in clinical work, although one or the other is usually dominant. (blogspot.com)
- Attention to the interplay of interpretation and containment in the clinical moment enables us to identify the articulation of whole- and part-object transferences and to integrate ego-psychological and Kleinian frames of reference in clinical work. (blogspot.com)
- The author presents two clinical examples to demonstrate the interplay of interpretation and containment. (blogspot.com)
- I have argued that this pole of the analytic situation often reflects the patient's experience of the analyst as a whole object and is often best understood within an ego-psychological frame of reference, in which interpretation is the chief therapeutic agent. (blogspot.com)
- The Fascist State of Mind and the Manufacturing of Masculinity: A psychoanalytic approach attempts to describe in psychoanalytic terms the psychological consequences of massive social trauma and national humiliation, and the regression that takes place within the individual under these circumstances. (wisepress.com)
- Falzeder is one of the pre-eminent figures in the presentation of psychoanalytic correspondence. (philemonfoundation.org)
- In Erik Erikson's Verbal Portraits: Luther, Gandhi, Einstein, Jesus, Donald Capps contends that Erikson's portraits of respective historical figures make a highly creative contribution to psychoanalytic. (feedbooks.com)
- By taking dreaming reality, not our waking interpretation of it, as the model for imagination, this book creates a paradigm shock and produces methods which can be applied in a wide variety of cultural settings. (worldcat.org)
- King Lear and the Fool in the Storm by William Dyce (1806-1864) - the depiction of the heath a popular and critical fallacy of interpretation. (wikipedia.org)