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Narcissistic Patients and New Therapists : Conceptualization, Treatment, and Managing Countertransference - Steven K. Huprich

Narcissistic Patients and New Therapists

Conceptualization, Treatment, and Managing Countertransference

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Published: 16th December 2008
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Patients with narcissistic pathology are challenging to most therapists, especially students, because of the countertransference that they elicit. This text describes theories of narcissism and countertransference. Four in-depth case studies are presented by doctoral students with varying levels of experience. The authors share their experience of the case and how understanding their countertransference improved their work with these patients. The text demonstrates how countertransference can be embraced and utilized in therapeutically effective ways.


Chapter 1
Chapter 1. Introductory Comments
Chapter 2
Chapter 2. Theoretical and Treatment Principles for Narcissistic Personalities
Chapter 3
Chapter 3. The Case of Mr. Garcia
Chapter 4
Chapter 4. The Case of Mr. Miller
Chapter 5
Chapter 5. The Case of Mr. Schultz
Chapter 6
Chapter 6. The Case of Mr. Edwards
Chapter 7
Chapter 7. Closing Comments

ISBN: 9780765706218
ISBN-10: 0765706210
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 140
Published: 16th December 2008
Publisher: University Press of America