The Therapist’s Internal Objects Pdf

Author: Jill Savege Scharff M.D. , David E. Scharff M.D. Language: English “Arguably the finest contemporary teachers of object relations theory.” –Christopher Bollas “Their work is at every turn firmly grounded in richly personal clinical discussions…

The Object World Responds Pdf

Author: Charles Sarnoff M.D. Language: English The work of adolescence consists of a continuous reshaping of the personality in response to two ongoing changes. The first is the maturation of internal forces and mechanisms; and the…

Object Relations Pdf

Author: SAMUEL SLIPP M.D. Language: English Since the turn of the century, the thrust of psychoanalysis has been to evolve a comprehensive theory of human behavior and a system of therapy for the individual patient. This approach…

Self and Object Pdf

Author: Richard D. Chessick M.D. Ph.D. Language: English Three psychoanalytic theories that utilize the concept of the self have a resemblance to the work of Kohut and are often confused with his views. The theories of Fairbairn,…

Psychoanalytic Object Relations Theory Pdf

Author: Harry Guntrip Language: English Fairbairn was the first psychoanalyst to work out a full-scale, systematic object relations theory of our psychic life as persons growing in relationships. But it would be a mistake to associate…

Object Relations Therapy Pdf

Author: Vincent Frein , Carole Dilling Language: English In essence, with all of his symptoms and defenses, a patient comes to analysis to find someone who, in taking the place of the parents, will enable him…

Identification and Related Psychic Events Pdf

Author: Vamık D. Volkan M.D. Language: English For a patient with a defective ego organization, (i.e., one who lacks a cohesive self-representation and an integrated internalized object world), introjective-projective relatedness will remain the dominant focus of…