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This article examines transference in the assessment and treatment of trauma resulting from incidents of adulthood, with particular focus on the experience of victims of violent crime. In furtherance of treating the individual rather than a diagnosis, such as posttraumatic stress disorder, it...
The author discusses the problematic dichotomy that has evolved between “paternal” and “maternal” approaches enacted in psychoanalytic training and practice. He argues that this dichotomy stems not only from reasoned theoretical debate, but also from the need for analysts to do further...
Relationships between three measures of mentalization (reflective function, mental states, and verbal elaboration of affect), attachment status, and the severity of axis I and axis II pathology were examined. Seventy-three adults, both ex-psychiatric patients and nonclinical volunteers were...
The salience of the analyst's emotional engagement of the patient in fostering therapeutic change is reviewed and related to the theory of emotion implicitly or explicitly held by the analyst. The analyst's conceptualization of the analytic process, attribution of meaning to the analytic...
This article examines countertransference in the assessment and treatment of recovery from traumatic incidents of adulthood, with specific focus on victims of violent crime. It reviews Freud's impediment theory, with particular attention to implications concerning empathic strain and vicarious...
Central tenets of self-psychology and intersubjective systems theory (e.g., ) are applied to the understanding and treatment of couple. The concepts of selfobject needs, unconscious organizing principles, and learned relational patterns are used to conceptualize common couples difficulties. A...
The present essay discusses the aspects of the process of language acquisition in relation to the development of the self. Methodological issues are discussed; particularly the integration of maturational and environmental factors in the development of language. Theories of the development of...
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