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Object Relations Psychotherapy An Individualized and Interactive Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment by Cheryl Glickauf-Hughes

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Published by Jason Aronson .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Counselling,
  • Psychoanalysis & psychoanalytical theory,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychopathology - Compulsive Behavior,
  • Psychotherapy - Counseling,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Counseling,
  • Movements - Psychoanalysis

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages504
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8055445M
ISBN 100765705184
ISBN 109780765705181

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Canada, put together this small book to help novices to “learn the basic nuts and bolts on how to perform psycho-dynamic psychotherapy from an ob-ject relations perspective” (p 3). He explains that, “object relations is one of the four main theoretical models of psychodynamic psychotherapy” (p 6) (the other 3 being self psychology, ego.   Aimed at beginning therapists and those new to object relations, this concise work introduces the reader to the practice of psychodynamic psychotherapy from an object relations (O-R) perspective in a dynamic and easy-to-follow way/5(14).   Aimed at beginning therapists and those new to object relations, this concise work introduces the reader to the practice of psychodynamic psychotherapy from an object relations (O-R) perspective in a dynamic and easy-to-follow way/5.   Ideal for students, trainees, and clinicians in psychiatry, psychology, social work, family medicine, and psychiatric nursing, The Little Psychotherapy Book will prove invaluable for any reader seeking a helpful and succinct introduction to object relations in : Oxford University Press.

Object Relations Therapy The term object relations refers to the internal psychic structures of self that develop during our earliest attachment relationships. Object relations theory is an outgrowth of psychoanalytic theory and offers an understanding of unconscious process, both as a significant aspectFile Size: 1MB. "Glickauf-Hughes and Wells present a clear and well-organized review of personality development according to object relations theorists. They offer an explanation and critique of each major theorist, note issues on which there is disagreement (along with areas of investigation not fully explored), and present implications for treatment. In Object Relations and Intersubjective Theories in the Practice of Psychotherapy, Brodie uses the theoretical foundation of the work of object relations theorist D.W. Winnicott, showing how each of his developmental concepts have clear implications for psychodynamic treatment, and builds on the contributions of current intersubjective. Ideal for students, trainees, and clinicians in psychiatry, psychology, social work, family medicine, and psychiatric nursing, The Little Psychotherapy Book will prove invaluable for any reader seeking a helpful and succinct introduction to object relations in psychotherapy/5(13).