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The Patient and the Analyst by Joseph Sandler

Title The Patient and the Analyst
Author Joseph Sandler
Publisher Routledge
Release 1992
Category Psychoanalysis
Total Pages 238
ISBN 9781855750081
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a completely revised and enlarged edition of the well-known classic. In the twenty years since the previous edition was published much progress has been made in regard to the clinical concept of psychoanalysis, and this new edition brings the subject completely up to date. New knowledge of the psychoanalytic process has been added, together with advances in understanding the clinical situation, the treatment alliance, transference, countertransference, resistance, the negative therapeutic reaction, acting out, interpretations and other interventions, insight, and working through. The book is both a readable introduction to the subject and an authorities work of reference.

The Patient and the Analyst by Christopher Dare

Title The Patient and the Analyst
Author Christopher Dare
Publisher Routledge
Release 2018-05-30
Category Psychology
Total Pages 250
ISBN 0429921683
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This is a completely revised and enlarged edition of the well-known classic. In the twenty years since the previous edition was published much progress has been made in regard to the clinical concept of psychoanalysis, and this new edition brings the subject completely up to date. New knowledge of the psychoanalytic process has been added, together with advances in understanding the clinical situation, the treatment alliance, transference, countertransference, resistance, the negative therapeutic reaction, acting out, interpretations and other interventions, insight, and working through. The book is both a readable introduction to the subject and an authorities work of reference.

Title The Role of the Patient Analyst Match in the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis
Author Judy Leopold Kantrowitz
Publisher Routledge
Release 2020-05-26
Category Psychology
Total Pages 340
ISBN 1000062449
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Forewords by Theodore Jacobs and Donnel Stern The Role of the Patient-Analyst Match in the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis is a compilation of Judy Kantrowitz’s previously published papers on the patient-analyst "match" and its effect on the process and outcome of psychoanalysis. The match between patient and analyst places attention on the dynamic effect of interactions of character and conflict of both participants on the process that evolves between them—a spectrum of compatibility and incompatibility that is relevant to the analytic work. Classical psychoanalysis had been viewed as a "one-person" enterprise, with one analyst interchangeable with another. Analysts’ experiences of countertransference reactions were viewed as unresolved conflicts, reasons to return to personal treatment, not inevitable and potentially informative about the current analytic work. This view began to shift in the 1980s, with Judy Kantrowitz’s work contributing to the development of the recognition that psychoanalysis was a "two-person" process. In this collection of her most significant papers, Kantrowitz explores the importance of the match, which refers to observable styles, attitudes and personal characteristics that may be rooted in residual and unanalyzed conflicts, triggered in any patient-analyst pair. Match is neither a predictive nor static concept. Rather it refers to the unfolding transaction that itself that may shift and change during the course of analytic work. Pulling together the history of the shift in theory from the one-person to two-person understanding of the psychoanalytic enterprise, The Role of the Patient-Analyst Match in the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis will be of great interest to contemporary psychoanalysts.

The Patient and the Analyst by Joseph Sandler

Title The Patient and the Analyst
Author Joseph Sandler
Publisher
Release 1973
Category Psychoanalysis
Total Pages 148
ISBN 9780041311235
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Patient and the Analyst by Joseph Sandler

Title The Patient and the Analyst
Author Joseph Sandler
Publisher
Release 1973
Category Psychoanalysis
Total Pages 148
ISBN 9780041310238
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Affect Intolerance in Patient and Analyst
Author Stanley J. Coen
Publisher Jason Aronson
Release 2002
Category Psychology
Total Pages 290
ISBN 9780765703644
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The ability of psychotherapists to tolerate their own feelings in the clinical situation determines how their patients experience and tolerate their own intense--and often distressing--affect. Dr. Stanley J. Coen draws on his own struggles with the most difficult and challenging patients in his practice, and finds that affect intolerance, in both patient and therapist, can be mitigated and understood when therapists broaden their emotional range, enabling them to engage in emotionally richer interactions with the patient. The more of their own feelings and wishes that clinicians can take responsibility for, the more they can tolerate, contain, and eventually interpret what patients find emotionally unbearable. Dr. Coen describes, in detail, how he works with difficult patients, trying to engage them as deeply and fully as both they and he can tolerate. Coen focuses on the pragmatic use of affect tolerance in the clinical situation. Real change through treatment requires mobilization of intense feeling, including hate and love. Therapists, too, must contend with their own emotional inhibitions and stalemates, and he suggests collaborative ways to help them. He encourages therapists to broaden their perspectives, consult with colleagues, listen to others, write about their difficulties, work in peer supervision, and perhaps even go back to treatment themselves. He counsels them to study one another's difficult cases in a spirit of collegiality to learn what is most effective for patients. Coen shares his own experiences in troublesome clinical situations to help other therapists identify similar difficulties. He shows how all therapists can be prepared to catch their own vulnerabilities and discomforts with their patients' passions, and how they can then subject their feelings to self-scrutiny. By seeking to understand and confront their struggles with the feelings that their patients arouse, therapists can more fully help their patients work out their conflicts and to expand their emotional depth. A

The Patient s Impact on the Analyst by Judy L. Kantrowitz

Title The Patient s Impact on the Analyst
Author Judy L. Kantrowitz
Publisher Routledge
Release 2013-05-13
Category Psychology
Total Pages 332
ISBN 1134892292
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The question of how psychoanalysts are affected by their patients is of perennial interest. Edward Glover posed the question in an informal survey in 1940, but little came of his efforts. Now, more than half a century later, Judy Kantrowitz rigorously explores this issue on the basis of a unique research project that obtained data from 399 fully trained analysts. These survey responses included 194 reported clinical examples and 26 extended case commentaries on analyst change. Kantrowitz begins The Patient's Impact on the Analyst by documenting how the process of analysis fosters an interactional process out of which patient and analyst alike experience therapeutic effects. Then, drawing on the clinical examples provided by her survey respondents, she offers a detailed exploration of the ways in which clinically triggered self-reflection represents a continuation of the analyst's own personal understanding and growth. Finally, she incorporates these research findings into theoretical reflections on how analysts obtain and integrate self-knowledge in the course of their ongoing clinical work. This book is a pioneering effort to understand the therapeutic process from the perspective of its impact on the analyst. It provides an enlarged framework of comprehension for recent discussions of self-analysis, countertransference, interaction, and mutuality in the analytic process. Combining a wealth of experiential insight with thoughtful commentary and synthesis, it will sharpen analysts' awareness of how they work and how they are affected by their work.

Illness in the Analyst by Harvey J. Schwartz

Title Illness in the Analyst
Author Harvey J. Schwartz
Publisher International Universities PressInc
Release 1990
Category Psychology
Total Pages 347
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Analyst Patient Interaction by Michael Fordham

Title Analyst Patient Interaction
Author Michael Fordham
Publisher Routledge
Release 2003-09-02
Category Psychology
Total Pages 224
ISBN 113480721X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Michael Fordham was a friend of Jung, made many major contributions to analytical psychology. This volume brings together his key writings on analytical technique. They are important because they have shaped and informed analytical technique as we find it today. These writings will be welcomed by both trainee and practising analysts.

Change Through Time in Psychoanalysis by Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly

Title Change Through Time in Psychoanalysis
Author Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly
Publisher Routledge
Release 2021-04-19
Category Psychology
Total Pages 342
ISBN 1000351017
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Change Through Time in Psychoanalysis presents a new stage of the work done through the IPA Committee on Clinical Observation between 2014 and 2020—the advances in our method, the Three Level Model (3-LM), and our clinical thinking. In this new volume, ideas on observational research, clinical narratives based on 3-LM group discussions, and adaptations of the model for training candidates show more experience, more depth, more answers, and, of course, new questions. Contributors from three regions of the IPA have written extended case studies of 10 psychoanalyses, rich in verbatim session material, focusing on the main dimensions of the patient’s psychic functioning, specific changes in the analytic process, and related interventional strategies. The reader will find, in the method and in the clinical narratives, new and clarifying points of view in the observation of transformations in patients in psychoanalysis and of the analysts’ techniques, useful both in professional development and in teaching candidates.

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