La fabrique de l'intime : Le couple, le sexe et l'enfant by Jacques Arènes

By Jacques Arènes

Qu'est-ce que faire couple au XXIe siècle ? l. a. vie à deux est-elle encore praticable et même souhaitable ? remark ordonner revendication de liberté individuelle et development d'une vie commune ? Quelle position a le masculin au sein du couple et de l. a. famille ? remark conjuguer l'obligation d'épanouissement affectif et sexuel assénée par l. a. société contemporaine et fidélité à l'autre ? remark continuer à aimer le conjoint quand l'ardent désir a disparu ? Et peut-on encore envisager de vieillir ensemble, une fois les enfants partis ? Loin du modèle de los angeles famille traditionnelle, qui était autrefois un lieu solid et protecteur, le couple qu'il soit hétérosexuel ou homosexuel est devenu aujourd'hui objet d'angoisse. En s'appuyant sur son expérience de psychologue et psychanalyste, mais aussi sur sa fantastic connaissance de l. a. tradition contemporaine, Jacques Arènes discover l. a. fabrique de l'intime dans tous les undefined. Il nous montre, à partir d'exemples concrets, à quel element il est pressing de réinvestir los angeles relation conjugale et d'oser s'ouvrir à l'inventivité infinie qu'elle recèle.

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For Love of the Imagination: Interdisciplinary Applications by Michael Vannoy Adams

By Michael Vannoy Adams

"I have entitled this e-book For Love of the Imagination. some time past, I fell in love with the mind's eye. It was once love in the beginning sight. i've got had a lifelong love affair with the mind's eye. i might love for others, via this booklet, to fall in love, as I as soon as did, with the imagination." Michael Vannoy Adams, from the Preface.


For Love of the Imagination is a booklet in regards to the mind's eye – approximately what and the way photos suggest. Jungian psychoanalysis is an imaginal psychology – or what Michael Vannoy Adams calls "imaginology," the research of the mind's eye. what's so particular – and so beneficial – approximately Jungian psychoanalysis is that it emphasizes pictures.



For Love of the Imagination is additionally a ebook approximately interdisciplinary functions of Jungian psychoanalysis. What allows those purposes is that every one disciplines contain photographs of which they're roughly subconscious. Jungian psychoanalysis is in an enviable place to render those photographs awake, to specify what and the way they suggest.



On the modern scene, as a result of electronic revolution, there's no trendier be aware than "applications" – other than, might be, the abbreviation "apps." In psychoanalysis, there's a "Freudian app" and a "Jungian app." The "Jungian app" is a know-how of the mind's eye. This ebook applies Jungian psychoanalysis to photographs in numerous disciplines. For Love of the Imagination additionally comprises the 2011 Moscow lectures on Jungian psychoanalysis. it will likely be crucial studying for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, scholars, and people with an curiosity in Jung.?


 

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The Risk of Relatedness: Intersubjectivity Theory in by Chris Jaenicke

By Chris Jaenicke

The good fortune of psychotherapy relies on the improvement of either the sufferer and the psychotherapist. this can be the critical thesis of Jaenicke's publication, which addresses the medical software of intersubjectivity conception by way of the risk—what Jaenicke phrases the 'risk of relatedness'—the concept poses to either therapist and sufferer whilst carried out as perform. unlike Freudian thought, intersubjectivity concept considers treatment a strategy that's co-constructed through sufferer and therapist, the place the therapist eschews the function of impartial authority who presents sufferers with new insights and whose subjective response to the healing technique is sealed off from the therapist-patient interplay. Jaenicke 'translates' and reformulates the theory's complexities into the phrases of sensible psychotherapeutic paintings. utilizing 8 primary psychoanalytic concepts—empathy, security, splitting, the subconscious, trauma, the parable of the remoted brain, transference/countertransference, and affect—he supplies a shiny account of the way intersubjectivity idea could be positioned into perform whereas describing universal problems. various case experiences supply concrete examples.

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The Pale Criminal: Psychoanalytic Perspectives by Stephen J. Costello

By Stephen J. Costello

It was once Freud, borrowing Nietszche's word from hence Spake Zarathustra, who defined as 'pale criminals' those that dedicated felony acts out of deep-lying (unconscious) guilt. the focal point of this hard and penetrating learn is in this kind of criminal activity. it truly is Stephen J. Costello's goal to carry a 'unifying imaginative and prescient and theoretical integration' to the array of views and theories during this box. He attracts jointly for the 1st time the recommendations near to Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Melanie Klein, Donald Winnicott and Jacques Lacan, examines the contributions of either orthodox and evolutionary psychiatry, and explores the position of kin event in shaping the 'pale criminal'. the result's an bold thought of illegal activity; a depth-psychological psychoanalytic version of the human being.In the early chapters, Costello presents a sensible and even-handed exposition of his selected thinkers' perspectives, prior to continuing to a magnificent and well-argued dialectical synthesis within which each one theoretical point of view is used to right, qualify or complement the others. In a diffuse and divided box, this quantity may still supply an integral resource of rationalization and a stimulus to open inventive debate.

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A Clinical Application of Bion's Concepts: Analytic Function by P.C. Sandler

By P.C. Sandler

'In this magisterial paintings Paulo Sandler keeps to tell apart himself as a optimum pupil at the works of Bion. Already popular for his encyclopedic zeal, this current booklet maintains Sandler's tireless seek of Bion's contributions by means of this noteworthy scientific software of Bion's ideas.A significant function of Sandler's method of learning Bion has been to contextualise the heritage of Bion's assumptions. In so doing, he commonly investigates the cultural and ancient antecedents, particularly together with the philosophical and medical issues of view. From them Sandler selects Romanticism and its dialectical courting with the Enlightenment. one of several features of Romanticism is mind's eye, at top artistic, but additionally idealisation and hyperbole.Sandler discusses Bion's manner of being "scientific", one awesome point of that is his designated use of theories, which he distinguishes from models.Sandler has written one other fantastic textbook on Bion's considering that constitutes a hugely necessary and sensible instruction manual at the subject.'- From the Preface by means of James S. Grotstein

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Seeds of Illness, Seeds of Recovery: The Genesis of by Antonio Ferro,Thomas Ogden

By Antonio Ferro,Thomas Ogden

Illustrated with richly designated scientific vignettes, Seeds of affliction, Seeds of restoration offers a desirable research into the origins, modes and therapy of psychical ache.


Antonino Ferro presents a transparent account of his perception of ways the brain works, his interpretation of the analytic realizing of psychopathology, his reconceptualization of the healing method, and implications for analytic strategy derived from his view of the healing motion of psychoanalysis.


Drawing on and constructing the information of Wilfred Bion, Ferro offers a special standpoint on topics including:



  • Container Inadequacy and Violent Emotions

  • The waking dream and narrations

  • 'Evidence': beginning back from Bion

  • Self-analysis and gradients of functioning within the analyst.

This hugely unique method of the matter of healing elements in psychoanalysis might be of curiosity to all working towards and coaching psychoanalysts and psychotherapists.

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Anxiety and Personality: The Concept of a Directing Object by Karl Koenig

By Karl Koenig

the concept that of a "directing item" is predicated on huge scientific observations associated with a mix of ego psychology and item family members thought within the culture of Otto Kernberg and Anne Marie and Joseph Sandler. individuals with a phobic disposition are those that weren't, in the course of youth, authorised to profit through trial and mistake and hence achieve self assurance of their activities. they didn't discover ways to direct their very own activities and didn't advance self belief of their power to behave effectively. of their internal international, they didn't determine an inner directing item. hence, they now desire an exterior directing item, who watches over them. This has enormous effect on interpersonal relationships and on paintings. Phobic individuals can paintings easily while there's a exterior directing item, yet they won't be capable of paintings with out this kind of significant other. In treatment, they use their therapist as a directing item, which may create the appearance that the phobic sufferer is already far better. but the sufferer will fall again into phobic symptomatology while the therapist is not any longer to be had as a directing object.Applying the concept that of a directing item is helping to appreciate a phobic person's psychodynamics. it will enhance the result of remedy, and likewise support phobic individuals to compensate problems coming up from the shortcoming of a spouse, and take care of problems to find and preserving one. treatment will help them to enhance their very own inner directing object.

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Handbuch psychoanalytisch-interaktionelle Therapie: by Ulrich Streeck,Falk Leichsenring

By Ulrich Streeck,Falk Leichsenring

Das Handbuch speist sich aus den langjährigen klinischen Erfahrungen der Autoren mit der psychotherapeutischen und psychiatrischen Versorgung von Patienten, die an schwerwiegenden Beeinträchtigungen der Persönlichkeitsentwicklung (Persönlichkeitsstörungen bzw. strukturelle Störungen) leiden. Der mit der psychoanalytisch-interaktionellen Methode arbeitende Therapeut bietet sich dem Patienten als ein erreichbares Gegenüber an und nutzt die therapeutische Beziehung, um dem Patienten die Mitgestaltung interpersoneller Beziehungen und dadurch insgesamt eine stabilere Teilhabe am sozialen Leben zu ermöglichen.
Das Buch ist auf praktische und pragmatische Belange ausgerichtet und bietet eine Fülle von Hinweisen für die klinische Arbeit mit diesen Patienten. Die Methode, die anhand einer Vielzahl von Beispielen anschaulich und nachvollziehbar auch für nicht damit Vertraute dargestellt wird, ist im Unterschied zu anderen psychotherapeutischen Behandlungsverfahren vorrangig auf zwischenmenschliche Beziehungen der Patienten ausgerichtet. Die therapeutische Arbeitsweise bewegt sich nahe an den Problemen in der sozialen Alltagswelt dieser Patienten. Darüber hinaus liefert das Buch vielfältige Hinweise, die zum Verständnis von schwierigen interpersonellen Problemen und für den Umgang damit proper sind.

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The Life and Death of Psychoanalysis by Jamieson Webster

By Jamieson Webster

From its atypical delivery in Freud's self-analysis to its present nation of deep concern, psychoanalysis has continually been a tradition that questions its personal lifestyles. just like the sufferers that chance themselves during this act of wondering - it's by some means upon this threatened flooring that the very lifetime of psychoanalysis relies. possibly psychoanalysis should always stay in a precarious, certainly ghostly, place on the restrict of lifestyles and death?

Jamieson Webster argues that the existence and dying of psychoanalysis hinges at the query of hope itself, and makes an attempt to carry this question again to the heart of psychoanalytic suggestion and perform. the matter of hope is pursued via Webster's personal relation to psychoanalysis, as she recounts the tale of her education throughout the interpretation of 3 major desires, in addition to her come across with 3 thinkers for whom the matter of psychoanalysis continues to be imperative: Adorno, Lacan, and Badiou. In blurring the road among the private and the theoretical, this booklet not just bargains a unique interpretation of the philosophical and psychoanalytic that means of wish, but additionally explores how one, throughout the tough paintings of transference and interpreting, can dwell out the lifetime of hope that checks the boundaries of what it capacity to be human.

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