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The Uses of Psychoanalysis in Working with Children s Emotional Lives

The Uses of Psychoanalysis in Working with Children s Emotional Lives Author Michael O'Loughlin
ISBN-10 9780765709202
Release 2013-03-14
Pages 388
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For school professionals seeking to work in emotionally focused ways with children, this book offers a wide range of essays illustrating how psychodynamic ideas can be used to validate children, respect the contexts of their families and communities, and create non-authoritarian classrooms and schools in which such children might develop to their fullest potential.



Psychodynamic Perspectives on Working with Children Families and Schools

Psychodynamic Perspectives on Working with Children  Families  and Schools Author Michael O'Loughlin
ISBN-10 9780765709226
Release 2012-12-08
Pages 348
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For school professionals seeking to work in emotionally focused ways with children, this book offers a wide range of essays illustrating how psychodynamic ideas can be used to validate children, respect the contexts of their communities, and create nonauthoritarian classrooms in which such children might develop to their fullest potential.



Transgenerational Trauma and the Aboriginal Preschool Child

Transgenerational Trauma and the Aboriginal Preschool Child Author Norma Tracey
ISBN-10 9781442235502
Release 2014-11-12
Pages 282
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Transgenerational Trauma and the Aboriginal Preschool Child reveals ways of identifying, understanding, and healing transgenerational trauma. Gunawirra, a unique treatment project in Sydney, focuses on preschool Aboriginal children, exploring the universal structure of childhood traumatization through telling examples./span



Reinterpreting the Borderline

Reinterpreting the Borderline Author Paul Cammell
ISBN-10 9781442252851
Release 2016-08-30
Pages 286
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Reinterpreting the Borderline is a unique, timely, and comprehensive analysis of Heidegger’s philosophy and its relevance to the clinical fields of psychiatry, psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis. By applying these philosophical ideas to developmental models and clinical treatments of borderline personality disorder, Cammell explores the fundamentally relational, embodied, affective, temporal, and technical aspects of existence that become problematized in the experience of “the borderline”--both for the suffering individual and the concerned clinician. Reinterpreting the Borderline provides a rich and complex study toward simultaneously overcoming the divide between theory and practice, philosophy and psychotherapy, and finally the borderline between suffering individuals and their concerned clinicians.



Imagining Children Otherwise

Imagining Children Otherwise Author Michael O'Loughlin
ISBN-10 1433110172
Release 2010
Pages 247
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The purpose of this book is to imagine things otherwise in theorizing childhood sub-jectivity. The work brings together influential thinkers who are forthright in their refusal to be seduced by simplistic binaries, who are willing to address the notion of childhood subjectivity in ways that are complex and critical, and whose arguments lead to practical advances in our thinking about child policy, child-rearing, pedagogy, and curriculum. The contributors, distinguished authors from across the English-speaking world, are concerned about the ways in which teachers' practices are increasingly boundaried and policed, and they grieve for the stifling consequences for future generations of children. Postcolonial and poststructural theories, psychoanalysis, critical theory, personal narrative, and indigenous epistemologies are used creatively to pose the question of childhood subjectivity and to engage the promise of the question-child. This work contributes to a reconsideration of childhood and a rethinking of how we might enhance each child's journey toward becoming. "Everyone who suspects (and who in their right mind could not?) that the accepted way in which we think about children and prepare adults to work with them is flawed, foolish, and failing, will welcome and relish this book. It weaves together practical engagement, theoretical eclecticism and sophistication, scholarly discretion, criticality bordering on anger, and straightforward human warmth---and the result is brave, powerful, rich and liberating. Its contrarian commitment to human subjectivity and agency, human and disciplinary boundary-crossing, non-binary and universalistic understanding, challenging privilege, promoting equity and social justice, and speaking truth to power, makes it fundamentally important. For practitioners and academics in early childhood studies and cognate fields who want to connect their intellectual, personal, professional, and political lives, this is essential reading."---Heather Piper, Professorial Research Fellow, Institute of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University



The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting

The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting Author Michael O'Loughlin
ISBN-10 9781442231887
Release 2014-12-18
Pages 396
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The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines to address intersections of trauma, history, and memory. Methodologies include personal narrative, auto-ethnography, micro-history, psychosocial studies, critical theory, psychoanalysis, film/art criticism, and historical inquiry./span



Traumatic Narcissism

Traumatic Narcissism Author Daniel Shaw
ISBN-10 9781134672721
Release 2013-09-23
Pages 172
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In this volume, Traumatic Narcissism: Relational Systems of Subjugation, Daniel Shaw presents a way of understanding the traumatic impact of narcissism as it is engendered developmentally, and as it is enacted relationally. Focusing on the dynamics of narcissism in interpersonal relations, Shaw describes the relational system of what he terms the 'traumatizing narcissist' as a system of subjugation – the objectification of one person in a relationship as the means of enforcing the dominance of the subjectivity of the other. Daniel Shaw illustrates the workings of this relational system of subjugation in a variety of contexts: theorizing traumatic narcissism as an intergenerationally transmitted relational/developmental trauma; and exploring the clinician's experience working with the adult children of traumatizing narcissists. He explores the relationship of cult leaders and their followers, and examines how traumatic narcissism has lingered vestigially in some aspects of the psychoanalytic profession. Bringing together theories of trauma and attachment, intersubjectivity and complementarity, and the rich clinical sensibility of the Relational Psychoanalysis tradition, Shaw demonstrates how narcissism can best be understood not merely as character, but as the result of the specific trauma of subjugation, in which one person is required to become the object for a significant other who demands hegemonic subjectivity. Traumatic Narcissism presents therapeutic clinical opportunities not only for psychoanalysts of different schools, but for all mental health professionals working with a wide variety of modalities. Although primarily intended for the professional psychoanalyst and psychotherapist, this is also a book that therapy patients and lay readers will find highly readable and illuminating.



Learning from Experience

Learning from Experience Author Marilyn Charles
ISBN-10 9781135060619
Release 2013-06-17
Pages 142
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An important task facing all clinicians, and especially challenging for younger, less experienced clinicians, is to come to know oneself sufficiently to be able to register the patient's experience in useful and progressively deeper ways. In an effort to aid younger clinicians in the daily struggle to "know thyself," Marilyn Charles turns to key ideas that have facilitated her own clinical work with difficult patients. Concepts such as "container" and "contained," transitional space, projective identification, and transference/countertransference are introduced not as academic ideas, but as aspects of the therapeutic environment that elicit greater creativity and vitality on the therapist's part. In Charles's skillful hands, the basic ideas of Klein, Winnicott, and Bion become newly comprehensible without losing depth and richness; they come to life in the fulcrum of daily clinical encounter.



Getting the Love You Want

Getting the Love You Want Author Harville Hendrix
ISBN-10 0805068953
Release 2001-07-31
Pages 303
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A marriage therapist and pastoral counselor explains that most of the feelings of receiving inadequate love come from unresolved childhood conflicts and describes how adults can learn to flourish as loving and loved people, in a new edition of the best-selling handbook. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.



Psychoanalysis and Literature

Psychoanalysis and Literature Author Marilyn Charles
ISBN-10 9781442231849
Release 2015-03-25
Pages 294
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Marilyn Charles is noted for her efforts to translate dense psychoanalytic terms into language that is accessible and clinically relevant. In Psychoanalysis, Literature, and Life: The Stories We Live, she pairs case vignettes with examples from literature to highlight essential human struggles that play out in the consulting room.



The Psycho analysis of Children

The Psycho analysis of Children Author Melanie Klein
ISBN-10 0860682382
Release 1989-01
Pages 326
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This book demonstrates Melanie Klein's work in devising the techniques of child analysis. Not only did she make the treatment of young children possible, she also threw new light on psychological development in childhood and on the roots of adult neuroses and psychoses. Here she describes both the theory and practice of her method.



Thinkers of the Twentieth Century

Thinkers of the Twentieth Century Author Devine
ISBN-10 UOM:39015015241519
Release 1983
Pages 643
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Thinkers of the Twentieth Century has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Thinkers of the Twentieth Century also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Thinkers of the Twentieth Century book for free.



The Subject of Childhood

The Subject of Childhood Author Michael O'Loughlin
ISBN-10 1433101203
Release 2009
Pages 263
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"The Subject of Childhood" is a collection of essays on early childhood education/childhood studies that brings critical psychological, psychoanalytic, and cultural studies perspectives to bear on understanding the lives children live. Central concerns running through these essays are the emergence of subjectivity in the child; the complexity of conceptualizing the relationship between external cultural and social forces; and the internal sense of agency that we know that each child possesses. Together, the volume is a blending of interdisciplinary theoretical writing, personal autobiographical inquiry, and concrete examples from the author's work with teachers in schools and from his clinical practice as a child psychoanalyst. Written for advanced undergraduate and graduate students and professionals across the English-speaking world in early childhood education, childhood education, educational foundations, and cultural studies in education, this book functions as a core text for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in child development, child psychology, sociology of education, childhood studies, and early childhood education.



Organizations in Depth

Organizations in Depth Author Yiannis Gabriel
ISBN-10 9781446264386
Release 1999-08-31
Pages 352
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`The book is a good read. Gabriel has an engaging writing style, liberally interspersed with vignettes, cases, and quotes.... While the reader may not agree with some of what Gabriel is espousing, the author presents his material in a non-judgemental manner.... And who knows ? Maybe Gabriel is foreshadowing some new directions in organizational theory and even new research methodology' - Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology This book is a comprehensive and systematic examination of the insights psychoanalysis can offer to the study of organizations and organizational behaviour. Richly illustrated with examples, Yiannis Gabriel's exhaustive study provides fresh understandings of the role of creativity, control mechanisms, leadership, culture, and emotions in organizations. Core theories are explained at length and there is a chapter on research strategies. Extensive reference is made to practical cases, and there is a review of the key debates.



The Discovery of the Self

The Discovery of the Self Author Elizabeth Severn
ISBN-10 9781317572480
Release 2017-03-16
Pages 150
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Elizabeth Severn, known as "R.N." in Sandor Ferenczi’s Clinical Diary, was Ferenczi’s analysand for eight years, the patient with whom he conducted his controversial experiment in mutual analysis, and a psychoanalyst in her own right who had a transformative influence on his work. The Discovery of the Self is the distillation of that experience and allows us to hear the voice of one of the most important patients in the history of psychoanalysis. However, Freud branded Severn Ferenczi’s "evil genius" and her name does not appear in Ernest Jones’s biography, so she has remained largely unknown until now. This book is a reissue of Severn’s landmark work of 1933, together with an introduction by Peter L. Rudnytsky that sets out the unrecognized importance of her thinking both for the development of psychoanalysis and for contemporary theory. Inspired by the realization that Severn has embedded disguised case histories both of herself and of Ferenczi, as well as of her daughter Margaret, Rudnytsky shows how The Discovery of the Self contains "the other side of the story" of mutual analysis and is thus an indispensable companion volume to the Clinical Diary. A full partner in Ferenczi’s rehabilitation of trauma theory and champion of the view that the analyst must participate in the patient’s reliving of past experiences, Severn emerges as the most profound conduit for Ferenczi’s legacy in the United States, if not in the entire world. Lacking any institutional credentials and once completely marginalized, Elizabeth Severn can at long last be given her due as a formidable psychoanalyst. Newly available for the first time in more than eighty years, The Discovery of the Self is simultaneously an engaging introduction to psychotherapy that will appeal to general readers as well as a sophisticated text to be savored by psychoanalytic scholars and clinicians as a "prequel" to the works of Heinz Kohut and a neglected classic of relational psychoanalysis.



Why Psychoanalysis

Why Psychoanalysis Author Elisabeth Roudinesco
ISBN-10 9780231518420
Release 2012-06-19
Pages 184
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Why do some people still choose psychoanalysis-Freud's so-called talking cure-when numerous medications are available that treat the symptoms of psychic distress so much faster? Elisabeth Roudinesco tackles this difficult question, exploring what she s



Contemporary Canadian artists

Contemporary Canadian artists Author Roger Matuz
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105025272290
Release 1997
Pages 627
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Contemporary Canadian artists has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Contemporary Canadian artists also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Contemporary Canadian artists book for free.