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Psychoanalytic treatment in adults : a longitudinal study of change

Author: Rosemary Cogan; John H Porcerelli
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
Series: Psychoanalytic explorations series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The outcomes of psychoanalysis, as with other psychotherapies, vary considerably. Psychoanalytic Treatment in Adults examines the results of a longitudinal study of change during psychoanalysis, illuminating the characteristics of patients, analysts and analyses which can help to predict outcomes of treatment. Written by experienced psychologists and psychoanalysts, chapters in the book draw upon sixty case studies  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary Cogan; John H Porcerelli
ISBN: 9781138902589 1138902586
OCLC Number: 919860599
Description: xi, 158 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Therapeutic aims of psychoanalysis --
Research on psychoanalytic outcomes --
The project --
Negative therapeutic reaction vs. others --
Attrition: dropping out vs. others --
Attrition: external events vs. others --
Attrition: dropping out vs. external events --
Analyses ending with mutual agreement between patient and analyst with maximum benefits vs. others --
Analyses ending with mutual agreement between patient and analyst: with vs. without maximum benefits --
The role of insight in change with N.G. Cogan --
What we have learned with N.G. Cogan.
Series Title: Psychoanalytic explorations series.
Responsibility: Rosemary Cogan and John H. Porcerelli.

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The outcomes of psychoanalysis, as with other psychotherapies, vary considerably. Psychoanalytic Treatment in Adults examines the results of a longitudinal study of change during psychoanalysis, illuminating the characteristics of patients, analysts and analyses which can help to predict outcomes of treatment. Written by experienced psychologists and psychoanalysts, chapters in the book draw upon sixty case studies to consider how patients with very different analytic outcomes respond at both the beginning and end of their analysis. Psychoanalysts used a clinician report measure, the Shedler-Westen Assessment Procedure, to describe a patient at the beginning of psychoanalysis and every six months until the analysis ended. This allowed the authors to learn about changes over analysis and, in turn, improved treatment planning and practice for the well-being of other patients. Chapters explore five outcomes: a negative therapeutic reaction; attrition when the patient drops out; attrition due to external events; mutual agreement between patient and analyst without maximum benefits; and mutual agreement between patient and analyst with maximum benefits. The findings from these chapters will be of interest to researchers and academics in the fields of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, psychodynamic therapy, psychoanalytic education, psychiatry and psychology. The results should also help clinicians recognize potential problems early in analytic treatments so that they can work more effectively with patients. -- Provided by publisher.

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