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Loving Psychoanalysis : Technique and Theory in the Therapeutic Relationship - Susan S. Levine

Loving Psychoanalysis

Technique and Theory in the Therapeutic Relationship

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Loving Psychoanalysis is written by an analyst who loves doing psychoanalysis, and who believes that psychoanalysis is a fundamentally loving endeavor. Levine argues that the proper working attitude of the analyst is not one of neutrality, in the sense of the blank screen, but one of loving. This love should be expressed through the deepest empathy of which the analyst is capable, through the disciplined use of the arts and crafts of attention and interpretation, through thoughtful abstinence, through considered anonymity, and through the inevitable self-revelations and necessary self-disclosures that each particular patient requires. The chapters explore overlapping interdisciplinary themes, each chapter addressing elements of both theory and technique. How do the analyst's and patient's wishes to create and to be (re)created affect the treatment? What is the role of courage in the clinical endeavor for both analyst and patient? Why do analysts love doing psychoanalysis and why can psychoanalysis be thought of as aesthetic? What is the 'self' of the analyst in self-revelation and self-disclosure, and how can we think about this technical issue in a fresh way? Levine addresses these and many other relevant questions in Loving Psychoanalysis.


Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2
Chapter 1. On the Mirror Stage with Henry and Eliza or Play-ing with Pygmalion in Five Acts
Chapter 3
Chapter 2. Catching the Wrong Leopard: Courage and Masochism in the Psychoanalytic Situation
Chapter 4
Chapter 3. Beauty Treatment: The Aesthetics of the Psychoanalytic Process
Chapter 5
Chapter 4. To Have and to Hold: On the Experience of Having an Other
Chapter 6
Chapter 5. Nothing but the Truth: Self-disclosure, Self-revelation, and the Persona of the Analyst
Chapter 7
Chapter 6. In the Mind's Eye: or, You Can't Spell Psychoanalysis Without C-H-A-O-S

ISBN: 9780765706263
ISBN-10: 9781780495224
For Ages: 1 - 17 years old
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 170
Published: 12th December 2008
Publisher: University Press of America