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The Anatomy of Regret : from Death Instinct to Reparation and Symbolization Through Vivid Clinical Cases.

Author: Susan Kavaler-Adler
Publisher: London : Karnac Books, 2013.
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Anatomy of Regret has a highly clinical focus, with cases that illustrate how critical psychic change can emerge from the mourning of the grief of ""psychic regret"". This book highlights the developmental achievement of owning the guilt of aggression, and of tolerating insight into the losses one had produced. The author uses the term ""psychic regret"" to capture the essence of the process of facing regret  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
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Kavaler-Adler, Susan.
Anatomy of Regret : from Death Instinct to Reparation and Symbolization Through Vivid Clinical Cases.
London : Karnac Books, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Kavaler-Adler
ISBN: 9781782410539 1782410538 1283872471 9781283872478
OCLC Number: 823725627
Description: 1 online resource (273 pages)
Contents: COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; FOREWORD; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE Developmental transformation of aggression within mourning; CHAPTER TWO Conscious regret in clinical treatment engendering a critical turn towards love and creativity, healing a schizoid woman and her family: the case of Sharon; CHAPTER THREE From crime to regret: an affect-level view of psychic transformation and the capacity to love; CHAPTER FOUR Tolerable and intolerable regret: clinical transformation of the intolerable into the tolerable. CHAPTER FIVE Facing the ghost of failures in mothering. Regret evolving into love and play: the case of Anastasia, Part ICHAPTER SIX The interaction of negative transference and the mourning of regrets in psychic transformation: the case of Anastasia, Part II; CHAPTER SEVEN The grief of regret motivating commitment to marriage in a woman: Sarah's extramarital affair; CHAPTER EIGHT The grief of regret allowing commitment in marriage in the man: the case of Oscar; Conclusion; REFERENCES; INDEX.

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Anatomy of Regret has a highly clinical focus, with cases that illustrate how critical psychic change can emerge from the mourning of the grief of ""psychic regret"". This book highlights the developmental achievement of owning the guilt of aggression, and of tolerating insight into the losses one had produced. The author uses the term ""psychic regret"" to capture the essence of the process of facing regret consciously. This is in contrast to the split-off and persecutory dynamics of unconscious guilt. Unconscious guilt exposes itself through visceral and cognitive impingements, which are rel.

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