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There are currently no reviews Be the first to review. An examination of projective identification and its clinical uses from a Kleinian perspective.
There are currently no reviews Be the first to review. An examination of projective identification and its clinical uses from a Kleinian perspective. The author puts forward the hypothesis that identification is the patient's way of mastering significant trauma.
Ogden illuminates some of the experiences with patients that we must bear in order to be of help. The second is that Dr. Ogden's writing offers a sense of the attitudes and aptitudes which are the attainment of such extraordinary clinicians as Elvin Semrad. This latter aspect of the book makes it particularly special for to deliver in print the feeling and spirit of the finest clinical thinking is a remarkable achievement. The gift is not a common one. Andresen, M. The major clinical contribution of this book is the focus of the patient's presentation in treatment of an identification with a significant other for purposes of mastering traumatic experiences.
The patient's attempts to enmesh the therapist in a role of enactment or actualization are illustrated in a number of clinical examples. To Ogden, projective identification involves an interpersonal enactment or actualization. Unconscious feelings are evoked in the other through the process of projecting and splitting Ogden proceeds to discuss the concept from its origination by Klein through to its use by others, including Bion, Searles and Langs.
He addresses interpretation versus silent containment, and the importance of containing the patient's projections. His chapter "Issues of Technique", provide rich clinical material which illustrates the concept. Ogden's thinking on projective identification integrates Klein's, Bion's and Grotstein's thinking with that of Winnicott.
Containment and the holding environment play a large part in Ogden's technical recommendations which serve more often to ease therapist anxiety and distress and which force material back into the patient which should be held 'in reverie' Bion for the patient. He has also published twelve books of essays on the theory and practice of psychoanalysis, and on the writings of Frost, Borges, Kafka, and others. His work has been translated into twenty languages.
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Pires dos Santos II. The goal of this article is to demonstrate that even though there are differences between different theoretical schools in the field of psychoanalysis, a narrow convergence area has emerged: the utility of countertransference as a technical element to understand the patient. Countertransference is included in the techniques of psychoanalysis, either with its original denomination countertransference per se , or with some correlate concept that comprises it, such as projective identification, analytic field, role-responsiveness, enactment, intersubjectivity and analytic third, character and possible histories, etc. It is a concept upon which other concepts are built but its meaning does not concern only to technique. The psychoanalytical theory has changed after such a concept, becoming a double theory, or an attachment theory, about phenomena that occur between patient and therapist, and not only with the patient. In this sense, there is a paradigm change, as the facts are not related to a single individual anymore but to an interaction between two individuals, which is understood only while a product built from both. The psychology of one became the psychology of the attachment between two.
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Defense mechanisms are regarded as means by which the ego protects itself against such unpleasurable experiences as anxiety, Projective identification and psychotherapeutic technique. New York: Jason Aronson. Google Scholar. Rapaport, D. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book and dust jacket are in very good condition with very slight shelf wear.
Thomas Ogden is a psychoanalyst and writer, of both psychoanalytic and fiction books, who lives and works in San Francisco , California. He served for a year as an Associate Psychiatrist at the Tavistock Clinic in London , and did his psychoanalytic training at the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, where he has remained on the faculty. For more than 25 years he has served as Director of the Center for the Advanced Study of the Psychoses. Ogden is a supervising and personal analyst at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California. Ogden has been referred to as "a poet's psychoanalyst — someone who listens to his patients on the level of voice, metaphor.
Скорее всего идет по его следу пешком. Беккер с трудом вел мотоцикл по крутым изломам улочки. Урчащий мотор шумным эхо отражался от стен, и он понимал, что это с головой выдает его в предутренней тишине квартала Санта-Крус. В данный момент у него только одно преимущество - скорость. Я должен поскорее выбраться отсюда.
Стратмор кивнул: - Танкадо хотел от него избавиться. Он подумал, что это мы его убили. Он почувствовал, что умирает, и вполне логично предположил, что это наших рук. Тут все совпадает.
Сьюзан до сих пор была ошеломлена ловкими действиями коммандера. Он разыграл звонок по телефону. И в результате одолел Хейла, освободил Сьюзан и выиграл время для переделки Цифровой крепости.
Он почувствовал это лишь после того, как сделал пять или шесть шагов. Сначала это напомнило сокращение мышцы чуть повыше бедра, затем появилось ощущение чего-то влажного и липкого. Увидев кровь, Беккер понял, что ранен. Боли он не чувствовал и продолжал мчаться вперед по лабиринтам улочек Санта-Круса. Халохот настойчиво преследовал свою жертву.
- Стратмор уже солгал нам. - Она окинула Бринкерхоффа оценивающим взглядом. - У тебя есть ключ от кабинета Фонтейна. - Конечно.
- Что показалось тебе странным.
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