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Endings and beginnings : on the technique of terminating psychotherapy and psychoanalysis

Author: Herbert J Schlesinger
Publisher: Hillsdale, NJ : The Analytic Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Surveying endings and terminations over the analyst's life course, examining mourning as an anticipation of ending elicited by therapeutic gains over the course of treatment, and concluding with the nettlesome issue of therapist-patient contact after termination, Herbert J. Schlesinger speaks of matters that transcend theoretical allegiance and technical orientation. He speaks, that is, to any and all clinicians  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert J Schlesinger
ISBN: 0881634131 9780881634136
OCLC Number: 58788951
Description: xvii, 238 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. A little history and some definitions --
Ch. 2. Patterns of ending psychotherapy --
Ch. 3. How to tell when treatment may end --
Ch. 4. Beginning from the vantage point of ending --
Ch. 5. Ending for "beginners" --
Ch. 6. Ending and termination in the treatment of vulnerable patients --
Ch. 7. Impasse or stalemate : the problems of ending and termination --
Ch. 8. Interminable analysis --
Ch. 9. Ending, termination, and the life course of the analyst --
Ch. 10. Mourning in the analytic situation : an aspect of termination --
Ch. 11. Is there life after termination?
Other Titles: On the technique of terminating psychotherapy and psychoanalysis
Responsibility: Herbert J. Schlesinger.
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