3 edition of Psychoanalysis of today. found in the catalog.
Psychoanalysis of today.
Translation and condensation of La psychanalyse d"aujourd"hui, first two vols. of the series: L"Actualité psychanalytique.
|Statement||prepared by Ruth Emma Roman.|
|LC Classifications||RC501 .N313|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 228 p.|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||58014042|
This book illustrates the distinctive psychoanalytic contribution to mental health services for children, young people, and adults, with detailed case vignettes illustrating therapeutic treatment and the ways in which staff are supported to do work that is frequently difficult and analytic thinking contributes to effective mental health work on many levels, . Thanks for your interest in Psychology Today print magazine explores every aspect of human behavior, from the cultural trends that reflect the way we think to the inner workings of individual brains. Psychologists and mental health professionals read PT, as do curious and intelligent lay readers. If you are a clinician, scientist, mental health expert, or .
Psychoanalytic and psychoanalytical are used in English. The latter is the older term, and at first simply meant 'relating to the analysis of the human psyche'. But with the emergence of psychoanalysis as a distinct clinical practice, both terms came to describe that. Although both are still used, today, the normal adjective is psychoanalytic. Here, Textbook of Psychoanalysis nicely establishes the roots of psychoanalysis while exploring the struggles facing psychoanalysis today. This section makes clear that although the challenges facing the mental health field—and psychoanalysis in particular—are steep, they are far from insurmountable.
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