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Process facilitation in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and social work

Author: Sylvia O'Neill
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2018.
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Process Facilitation in Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Social Work elaborates a differential theory of therapeutic engagement with full reference not only to psychoanalysis and to psychotherapy but also ? surprisingly ? to social work. When contemporary social work with the marginalised achieves mutual constructive collaboration, social workers characteristically notice an unfolding process. Could this correspond  Read more...
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O'Neill, Sylvia, 1946-
Process facilitation in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and social work.
New York : Routledge, 2018
(DLC) 2018004796
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sylvia O'Neill
ISBN: 9780429955556 0429955553 9780429490651 0429490658
OCLC Number: 1029063565
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction --
"Lines of advance in psychoanalytic therapies" --
Lines of advance, then and now : continuum, or radical break? --
Donnet's concept of the analytic site or ensemble --
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy --
Juliana and her faithless boyfriend: the psychotherapy site in a twice weekly therapy --
The dark world of incest: the psychotherapy site in a once weekly therapy --
Thraldom to narcissistic objects: the psychotherapy site in a three times weekly therapy --
Satish's weekend: drama on the stage of external reality --
Miss M: the site in social work with a vulnerable adult --
Engaging families "mired in deep distress" --
A question of allegiance to the social work frame of reference --
After starting where the client is, what next? --
Weathering a crisis: relationship with the social worker as touchstone --
Ruth and Mrs F: the site in a social work case of non-accidental injury to a child --
Joining the discourse of contemporary social work --
Conclusion --
A differential theory of therapeutic engagement.
Responsibility: Sylvia O'Neill.

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Process Facilitation in Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Social Work elaborates a differential theory of therapeutic engagement with full reference not only to psychoanalysis and to psychotherapy but also ? surprisingly ? to social work. When contemporary social work with the marginalised achieves mutual constructive collaboration, social workers characteristically notice an unfolding process. Could this correspond to the ?analytic process' of psychoanalysis?Sylvia O'Neill seeks to explain theoretically, and to illustrate clearly in practice, just how a quasi-autonomous therapeutic process becomes established. The theory underpinning the book is Jean-Luc Donnet's conceptualisation of the establishment of the analytic process in psychoanalysis through introjection of the analytic setting. Donnet designates the psychoanalytic setting as the analytic ?site'. O'Neill proceeds to trace, by means of detailed clinical discussion, the analogous process by which a viable therapeutic process can become established through created/found discovery and introjection of the relevant ?site' or setting in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and in social work. Amongst the most important elements are the practitioner's internalised theoretical principles.The book demonstrates that unconscious introjection figures more importantly in effective therapeutic engagement than a conscious therapeutic alliance. An important corollary for social work is that, contrary to popular myth, no prior psychological-mindedness is required. The differential theory of Process Facilitation in Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Social Work is equally relevant to psychodynamic counselling.

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