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Transference and projection : mirrors to the self

Author: Jan Grant; Jim Crawley
Publisher: Buckingham ; Philadelphia : Open University Press, 2002.
Series: Core concepts in therapy.
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This work describes, defines and demonstrates the clinical applications of transference and projection and how they are used by psychotherapists as mirrors to the self - as reflections of a client's internal structure and core ways of relating to other people.
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Grant, Jan, 1951-
Transference and projection.
Buckingham ; Philadelphia, Pa. : Open University, 2002
(OCoLC)606889802
Online version:
Grant, Jan, 1951-
Transference and projection.
Buckingham ; Philadelphia, Pa. : Open University, 2002
(OCoLC)607888218
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jan Grant; Jim Crawley
ISBN: 9780335203154 0335203159 9780335203147 0335203140
OCLC Number: 48674605
Description: xx, 152 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Mirrors to the self: an introduction to transference --
Introducing transference --
A working definition of transference --
Transference and the unconscious --
Why is transference important? --
Three major ways of understanding transference --
Communicating the transference --
Transference and brief psychotherapy --
Using transference and projection to understand the internal self --
Promotion of the transference --
Working with transference and projection --
Resistance to transference --
Interpretations and transference --
Projection and projective identification --
Projection --
Projection in daily life --
Projection in cyberspace --
Projection in therapy groups --
Projective identification --
Why is projective identification important? --
Some principles in working with projective identification --
Early development of the understanding of transference --
Freud's discovery of transference --
Transference in the work of Melanie Klein --
Developments in understanding transference: psychodynamic psychotherapies --
Object relations --
Working with transference in object relations therapy --
Self psychology --
Working with transference in self psychology --
Intersubjective approaches --
Working with transference from an intersubjective perspective --
Brief psychodynamic psychotherapy --
Working with transference in brief psychodynamic therapy --
Schemas and scripts: cognitive-behavioural therapy and transference --
Cognitive-behavioural therapy and the therapeutic relationship --
Schema and script theory.
Series Title: Core concepts in therapy.
Responsibility: Jan Grant and Jim Crawley.

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