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Object relations and intersubjective theories in the practice of psychotherapy

Author: Bruce R Brodie
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2020.
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"The evolution of psychoanalytic/psychodynamic psychotherapy has been marked by an increasing disconnect between theory and technique. This book re-establishes a bridge between the two. In presenting a clear explanation of modern psychodynamic theory and concepts, and an abundance of clinical illustrations, Brodie shows how every aspect of psychodynamic therapy is determined by current psychodynamic theory. In  Read more...
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Brodie, Bruce R..
Object relations and intersubjective theories in the practice of psychotherapy
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2020.
(DLC) 2019043422
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce R Brodie
ISBN: 9780367855697 0367855690 9781000000443 1000000443 9781000051070 1000051072 9781000034431 1000034437
OCLC Number: 1121603337
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: The holding environment --
The mirroring role of the mother --
The mother-infant unit --
Potential space and transitional objects --
The paranoid-schizoid position : splitting and "as if" thinking --
The paranoid-schizoid position : "ORUs" --
Stable character structure in the paranoid-schizoid position --
Resistance and holding onto bad objects --
The psychological third --
Projective identification and the subjugating third --
The use and destruction of the object --
Interpretation --
Transference --
Grieving --
Identification --
Depressive position struggles : the false self.
Responsibility: Bruce R. Brodie.

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"The evolution of psychoanalytic/psychodynamic psychotherapy has been marked by an increasing disconnect between theory and technique. This book re-establishes a bridge between the two. In presenting a clear explanation of modern psychodynamic theory and concepts, and an abundance of clinical illustrations, Brodie shows how every aspect of psychodynamic therapy is determined by current psychodynamic theory. In Object Relations and Intersubjective Theories in the Practice of Psychotherapy, Brodie uses the theoretical foundation of the work of Object Relations theorist D.W. Winnicott, showing how each of his developmental concepts have clear implications for psychodynamic treatment, and builds on the contributions of current Intersubjective theorists Thomas Ogden and Jessica Benjamin. Added to this is Brodie's vast array of clinical material, ranging from delinquent adolescents to high-functioning adults, and drawing on nearly 40 years of experience in Psychotherapy. These contributions are fresh and original, and crucially demonstrate how clinical technique is informed by theory and how theory can be illuminated by clinical material. Written with clarity and detail, this book will appeal to graduate students in psychology and psychotherapy, medical residents in psychiatry, and young, practicing psychotherapists who wish to fully explore why psychotherapists do what they do, and the dialectic relationship between theory and technique which informs their work"--

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