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ABSTRACT Psychodynamic theories that directly inform the work of community psychoanalysts are identified and discussed in this paper. Psychoanalysis in the community is distinguished from psychoanalysis of the community, and what is truly analytic about each type of applied work is described in...
ABSTRACT In this paper I examine the psychology of “large‐group identity,” its absorbing shared narcissism, its creating a “psychological border,” its relationship to massive traumas at the hand of the “other,” its role in national or international affairs, its raising substantial barriers to...
ABSTRACT Throughout my career, psychoanalytic training has always served three invaluable roles or functions. It has been central to conducting all of my clinical work with patients – whether in consultations, psychoanalysis or psychotherapy; informs all of the teaching and supervision I do as a...
ABSTRACT A typology of applied psychoanalysis is offered as a tool for organizing and promoting efforts to use psychoanalytic concepts and interventions outside the traditional clinical consulting room. A brief review of the history of applied psychoanalysis is followed by the delineation of...
ABSTRACT Two approaches to organizational consultation – psychodynamic systems and socio‐technical systems theories – originally developed at the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations but diverged several decades ago. We describe each approach and analyze its effectiveness in a community...
ABSTRACT This paper provides suggestions for teaching community based psychanalysis, including references and a course outline. It also attempts a brief historical review of how it has faired as a field in the last several decades. Copyright © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ABSTRACT The paper summarises the literature and our clinical experience with the bystander role in school bullying and other violence. The shift from bully focus to school climate focus is central, as well as seeing the plight of the bully and victim as not signs of individual psychopathology,...
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