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Jung today. Volume 2, Childhood & adolescence

Author: Francesco Bisagni; Nadia Fina; Caterina Vezzoli
Publisher: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science ; Lancaster : Gazelle [distributor], 2009.
Series: Psychology research progress series.
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Jung today. Volume 2, Childhood & adolescence.
Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science ; Lancaster : Gazelle [distributor], 2009
(OCoLC)458735154
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Francesco Bisagni; Nadia Fina; Caterina Vezzoli
ISBN: 9781611227994 1611227992
OCLC Number: 839543614
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: JUNG TODAY: VOLUME 2 CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE; CONTENTS; PREFACE; SECTION ONE: ON THEORY AND THE THEORY OF TECHNIQUE; INTRODUCTION:LIVE PARADIGMS AND NEW SUBJECTIVITY; TRANSFERENCE AND THE NON-TOTAL SITUATION; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; EVOLUTION OF SOME KLEINIAN MODELS IN RELATION TOJUNG'S THINKING; THE RHYTHM OF PRESENCE AND ABSENCE; THE RHYTHM OF THE UNSATURATED ARCHETYPE; FORDHAM, TRANSFERENCE AND COUNTER-TRANSFERENCE:AN ETHICAL ISSUE; THE EMERGENT MIND; TRANSFERENCE IN CHILDREN; TRANSFERENCE IN ADOLESCENTS. I AM AN-OTHER; REFERENCES. MICHAEL FORDHAM'S DEINTEGRATIONREINTEGRATION:A MODEL FOR INTEGRATINGBOTH THE SELF AND THEORIESABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; CLINICAL EXAMPLE; BODY/MIND SPLITTING DESIGNED TO PREVENT CHANGE ANDMAKE THE ANALYSIS FAIL; PATIENT AND THERAPIST: TWO PSYCHOSOMATIC UNITS INVOLVEDIN DEINTEGRATION/REINTEGRATION; TRANSFERENTIAL INVOLVEMENT AND UNCONSCIOUS INTERACTION; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; TRANSFERENCE UNLIMITED:FROM NEWBORN TO GROWNUP; ABSTRACT; WHICH INFANTILE IS INVOLVED IN TRANSFERENCE?; WHAT IS ATTACHMENT?; ATTACHMENT AND PSYCHOANALYSIS; ATTACHMENT AND ARCHETYPE?; POSSESSION. BETWEEN MOTHER AND INFANT: POSSESSIONPOSSESSION: THE EXPERIENCE OF SEIZURE; NECESSARY POSSESSION; THE SHARED UNCONSCIOUS; POSSESSION VERSUS DIFFERENTIATION; THE LOVER'S CENSURE; THE MANA PERSONALITY; THE SUBJECT'S POSITION: ETHICS; ""WHAT'S TRANSFERENCE GOT TO DO WITH IT?""; TRANSFERENCE AND THE RISK OF ARCHETYPAL POSSESSION; REFERENCES; DRAWING, NARRATION, PLAY IN CHILD ANALYSIS:VICISSITUDES AND PATHS OF INDIVIDUATION; ABSTRACT; THE CHILDREN WERE PLAYING; THE ANALYST AT PLAY; TO BE BORN TO PLAYING; The Case of Luigino; Luigino Plays with Dad and Mum; Luigino Plays with the Analyst. THE UNTHINKABLE PLAYThe Case of Giovanni; PRECURSORS OF PLAYING; The Case of Blanca; REPRESENTABILITY; CONCLUSIONS:NOMADISM AND CHILD PSYCHOANALYSIS; REFERENCES; SECTION TWO: SPECIFIC ISSUES ON INFANT AND CHILDOBSERVATIONS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC USE; INTRODUCTION:THE MEANING OF OBSERVING; BECOMING HUMAN:INFANT OBSERVATION OF AN IN-VITRO BABY; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; INFANT OBSERVATION MATERIAL; FORDHAM AND INFANCY; ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND ATTACHMENT THEORY; REFERENCES; OEDIPUS AND THE GOOD SISTER, A "YOUNG CHILD OBSERVATION"; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION: THE RIGHT OF FEAR. DAUGHTERS AND SISTERS, A NEW MAN IS BORNTHE ORIGIN OF A SWEET MALE; ORALITY AND SURROUNDINGS; THE SOFTNESS AND THE RIFLE; BEYOND THE HARD BREAST: SOFTNESS RECOVERED; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; PARENT-CHILD CONSULTATION AND THEART OF THE MINIATURE; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; 'THE CHILD ITSELF DOES NOT EXIST'; NEW CLINICAL AREA AND PARENTAL FANTASY LIFE; THE THERAPEUTIC CONSULTATION: A GOOD ENCOUNTER; THE CONSULTATION IN THE NURSERIES:THE EXPERIENCE OF CONTAINMENT; THE PARTICIPATING CONSULTATION: THE IMAGINARY PLACE; REFERENCES; SECTION THREE: IDENTITY LOST, IDENTITY FOUND.
Series Title: Psychology research progress series.
Other Titles: Childhood & adolescence
Childhood and adolescence
Responsibility: edited by Francesco Bisagni, Nadia Fina and Caterina Vezzoli.

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Jung Today is a project on the recent developments in analytical psychology, which gathers together contributions by internationally known professionals. It includes theoretical and clinical unpublished papers that are prevalently written by Italian analytical psychologists, together with some contributions by French, German, British and American Jungian analysts. The book is intended to address psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, child psychotherapists and social workers. Volume Two focuses on infancy, childhood and adolescence. Theoretically, core issues such as Transference and Countertransference, the development of Identity and Sexuality, and the analytic Setting are thoroughly examined in the light of Jungian and post-Jungian theories in comparison with contemporary psychoanalytic views. Technical issues applied to the analytic work with children and adolescents are described with as much careful detail as possible. Specific clinical topics, such as hyperkinesias or obsessional disorders, and developmental breakdowns are examined in this light. On a final note, the applications of the method of Infant Observation to a Jungian understanding of psychic development in infants and young children, the issue of in-vitro fertilisation, and the infant-parent therapeutic consultation are also treated in this volume, which is divided into three sections. Each section opens up with a general introduction outlining the main contents of the subsequent chapters.

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