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Corrective : Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 10.3. by Marohn, Richard C.;
Cover -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Prologue -- The Corrective Emotional Experience: Is Reconsideration Due? -- The Meeting of Needs in Psychoanalysis -- Corrective Emotional Experience -- Some Needs of Infancy Most Relevant to Regression -- Some Needs of Later Childhood -- Some Parallels in the Analytic Relationship -- Omnipotent Control -- Space -- The Need to be "Fed" -- The Need for Warmth and Security -- Consistency and Firmness -- Being Used by the Patient -- Aspects of Self-Experience -- Feelings Experienced as Manageable -- The Implications of Care -- Clinical Examples -- It Is Not Enough To Be a "Better Parent" -- Discussion -- A Different Use of Contrast -- Discussion -- What is Therapeutic in Analysis? -- The Pain of Contrast -- Conclusion -- Postscript -- The Elements of a Corrective Selfobject Experience -- The Elements of a Corrective Selfobject Experience -- The Phantasy Seljobject and Phantasy Seljobject Relationship -- The Corrective Emotional Experience: Reflections in Retrospect -- Group Analysis and the Corrective Emotional Experience: Is It Relevant? -- Group as a Whole -- Resonance -- Mirroring -- Coherency -- The Perspectival World -- Affirmation -- Some Comments on the Alexander Technique -- The Psychoanalyst's Corrections and the Patient's Emotional Experience -- Clinical Responsiveness: Corrective or Empathic? -- The Corrective Emotional Experience - Its Place in Current Technique -- Epilogue.First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Corrective : Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 10.3. by Marohn, Richard C.;
Cover -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Prologue -- The Corrective Emotional Experience: Is Reconsideration Due? -- The Meeting of Needs in Psychoanalysis -- Corrective Emotional Experience -- Some Needs of Infancy Most Relevant to Regression -- Some Needs of Later Childhood -- Some Parallels in the Analytic Relationship -- Omnipotent Control -- Space -- The Need to be "Fed" -- The Need for Warmth and Security -- Consistency and Firmness -- Being Used by the Patient -- Aspects of Self-Experience -- Feelings Experienced as Manageable -- The Implications of Care -- Clinical Examples -- It Is Not Enough To Be a "Better Parent" -- Discussion -- A Different Use of Contrast -- Discussion -- What is Therapeutic in Analysis? -- The Pain of Contrast -- Conclusion -- Postscript -- The Elements of a Corrective Selfobject Experience -- The Elements of a Corrective Selfobject Experience -- The Phantasy Seljobject and Phantasy Seljobject Relationship -- The Corrective Emotional Experience: Reflections in Retrospect -- Group Analysis and the Corrective Emotional Experience: Is It Relevant? -- Group as a Whole -- Resonance -- Mirroring -- Coherency -- The Perspectival World -- Affirmation -- Some Comments on the Alexander Technique -- The Psychoanalyst's Corrections and the Patient's Emotional Experience -- Clinical Responsiveness: Corrective or Empathic? -- The Corrective Emotional Experience - Its Place in Current Technique -- Epilogue.First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 20 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Marohn, Richard C.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Editor's Preface -- Reflections of the Editor Emeritus -- PART I. A TRIBUTE TO SHERMAN FEINSTEIN -- Editor's Introduction -- 1 Sherman C. Feinstein, M.D.: Editor, Adolescent Psychiatry, 1973 to 1994 -- 2 Adolescent Affective Disorders -- 3 Assimilating Piaget: Cognitive Structures and Depressive Reaction to Loss -- PART II: HISTORY -- Editor's Introduction -- 4 Depression in Adolescents -- 5 Reflections on the History of Adolescent Psychiatry -- 6 Vienna Psychoanalytic Society Minutes- February 15, 1922 -- Concerning a Typical Form of Male Puberty -- Comments on Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld's Paper, "Concerning a Typical Form of Male Puberty" -- 7 Adolescent Psychiatry: Present Status and Future Trends -- PART III: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS OF ADOLESCENCE -- Editor's Introduction -- 8 Adolescence and Society -- 9 Trauma and Adolescent Rites of Initiation -- 10 Childhood Trauma Revisited: Interruption of Development -- 11 Facets of Adolescent Sexuality -- PART IV: SPECIFIC SYNDROMES -- Editor's Introduction -- 12 Seeking Help from Informal and Formal Resources During Adolescence: Sociodemographic and Psychological Correlates -- 13 Anxiety, Depression, and Psychosomatic Disorders: Developmental Arrhythmias in Adolescent Mothers -- 14 Dissociative Disorders in Adolescence -- 15 The Child and Adolescent Literature about the Death of a Parent -- 16 Diagnostic Assessment and Therapeutic Approaches to Borderline Disorders in Adolescents -- 17 Paradise Lost-Bulimia, A Closet Narcissistic Personality Disorder: A Developmental, Self, and Object Relations Approach -- 18 A Review of Eating Disorders in Adolescents -- PART V: TREATMENT MODALITIES -- Editor's Introduction -- 19 Forming a Therapeutic Alliance with Teenagers -- 20 Thoughts on Short-Term and Single-Session Therapy.21 Brief Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Adolescents -- 22 The Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Suicidal Adolescents -- 23 The Adolescent in the Schools: A Therapeutic Guide -- 24 Family Therapy and Some Personality Disorders in Adolescence -- 25 Adolescent Partial Hospitalization: A Developmental Perspective -- 26 Residential Treatment of Severely Disturbed Children -- The Authors -- Contents of Volumes 1-19 -- Name Index -- Subject Index.Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchini, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process...to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts."  Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field."  For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise.  The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health professionals working with youth. Volume 20 of the series serves as a tribute to editor emeritus Sherman C. Feinstein.  In addition to an appreciation of, and contributions by, Dr. Feinstein, it contains heretofore unpublished papers by two other major figures in adolescent psychiatry, founding father William Schonfeld and a Viennese colleague transplanted to America, Siegfried Bernfeld.  With sections on general considerations of adolescence, specific syndromes, and treatment modalities, volume 20 presents the work of many of today's preeminent minds in adolescent psychiatry.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 21 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Flaherty, Lois T.; Horowitz, Harvey.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- In Memoriam: Richard C. Marohn, M.D. (1934-1995) -- In Memoriam: Herman D. Staples, M.D. (1918-1994) -- Part I. Development and Psychopathology -- 1 A Hierarchical Model of Adolescent Development: Implications for Psychotherapy -- 2 The Awareness of the Past in Adolescence -- 3 Adolescence, Authority, and Change -- 4 Adolescents and Disaster -- 5 Breaking Up or Breaking Away: The Struggle Around Autonomy and Individuation Among Adolescent Daughters of Divorce -- 6 Parent Loss in Childhood and Adult Psychopathology -- 7 Thought Disorders in Adolescent Schizophrenia: Toward an Integrative Model -- 8 The Family Perceptions of Young Adults with Putative Risk for Schizophrenia -- 9 Adolescent Mood Disorders -- Part II. Assessment -- 10 Hearing the S.O.S.: Assessing the Lethality of a Youth in Distress -- 11 Use of Structured Assessment Tools in Clinical Practice -- 12 On the Uses and Misuses of Psychoeducational Evaluations -- Part III. Issues in Psychotherapy -- 13 Adolescent Analyzability Reconsidered -- 14 Failures in Everyday Psychotherapy -- 15 Self Psychology Perspectives on Adolescents -- 16 The Psychotherapeutic Pathway to Adaptive Individuation for Adolescents Confronting Conflict -- Part IV. Interventions for Violence and Trauma -- 17 Intervening Against Violence in the Schools -- 18 The Game's the Thing: Play Psychotherapy with a Traumatized Young Adolescent Boy -- Part V. Special Section on Training -- 19 Report of the Accreditation Council on Fellowships in Adolescent Psychiatry -- 20 Adolescent Psychiatry Training: Guidelines for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residents, General Psychiatry Residents, and Medical Students -- The Authors -- Contents of Volume 1-20 -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 23 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Esman, Aaron H.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Half Title -- Editorial Board -- Full Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- In Memoriam: Derek Miller, M.D. -- Foreword -- PART I. DEVELOPMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS -- 1 A Reexamination of Peter Blos's Concept of Prolonged Adolescence -- 2 Developmental Roots of Adolescent Disturbance -- 3 The Role of Family Interactions in Adolescent Depression: A Review of Research Findings -- PART II. PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL ISSUES IN ADOLESCENCE -- 4 Adolescent Substance Abuse: Assessment and Treatment -- 5 Psychosomatic and Depressive Symptoms from Age Eight to Age Eighteen -- PART III. PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC ISSUES IN ADOLESCENCE -- 6 Establishing the Therapeutic Alliance -- 7 Treatment of a Narcissistically Disordered Adolescent: Some Theoretical and Therapeutic Considerations -- Discussion -- 8 Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Success: Self-Destructive Behavior as an Expression of Autonomy in Young Women -- PART IV. SCHOOL-BASED AND PREVENTIVE PROGRAMS -- 9 Adolescent Sex and AIDS -- 10 A Light Unto the Darkness: The Psychoeducational Imperative of School-Based Suicide Postvention -- 11 A Program of Comprehensive School-Based Mental Health Services in a Large Urban Public School District: The Dallas Model -- 12 The Current Crisis in Psychotherapy at Boarding Schools: Protecting the Interests of the Child and of the School -- The Authors -- Contents of Volumes 1-22 -- Index.Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchinni, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise. The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. Volume 23 of The Annals begins with the late Richard Marohn's reexamination of Peter Blos's concept of "prolonged adolescence," followed by contributions on the developmental roots of adolescent disturbances, the role of family interactions in adolescent depression, the establishment of a therapeutic alliance with adolescents, and the treatment of narcissistically disordered adolescents. The assessment and treatment of adolescent substance abuse and of psychosomatic and depressive symptoms in adolescence receive timely consideration. In a concluding section on "School-Based and Preventive Programs," contributors address a range of important issues, from adolescent sex and AIDS, to the provision of mental health services in public and private schools, to the need for school-based suicide postvention programs. In summary, volume 23 shows adolescent psychiatry to be as vital as ever, building on the clinical wisdom of the past while responding to the urgent challenges of the day.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adolescent psychiatry;
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