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Principles of Intensive Psychotherapy : Phoenix Books - Frieda Fromm-Reichmann

Principles of Intensive Psychotherapy

Phoenix Books

Paperback Published: 1st January 1950
ISBN: 9780226265995
Number Of Pages: 264

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" This book has] a wealth of clinical and technical detail. As a primer on psychotherapeutic technique this book will. . .bring knowledge and stimulation to the most advanced technician"--Karl A. Menninger
"One is continuously aware that here is a truly human being at work, human in the sense of exquisite awareness, on a profoundly intuitive level, of the workings of the human totality. . . . Because of this she can bridge the vast divide that separates us from the psychotic . . . thereby gaining access to the process of recalling the patient to his lost domain."--Louise E. DeRosis, M.D., "American Journal of Psychoanalysis"

The Psychiatrist: Personal and Professional Requirements
Insight into the Emotional Aspects of the Doctor-Patient Relationship
The Psychiatrist's Part in the Doctor-Patient Relationship
Listening as a Basic Psychotherapeutic Instrumentality
The Psychiatrist's Need for Extra-professional Sources of Satisfaction and Security
Insight into the Interaction of Anxiety in Psychiatrist and Patient
The Psychiatrist's Attitude toward Cultural and Ethical Values in Its Relatedness to the Goals of Psychotherapy
Considerations of the Psychiatrist in the Establishment of the Treatment Situation
The Psychotherapeutic Process - The Patient and the Therapist
The Initial Interview
Introductory Remarks on the Psychotherapeutic Procedure
Associations, Marginal Thoughts, Physical Sensations, and Their Usage in Psychotherapy
Marginal Thoughts, Physical Sensations
Interpretation and Its Application
What To Interpret a) Contents or Dynamics b) Transference and Parataxic Distortions c) Security Operations, Resistance d) Intentional Blocking e) "Acting Out"
How To Interpret a) The Process of "Working Through" b) The Central Dynamics of the Patient's Difficulties
Timing of Interpretations
Interpretation of Special Mental Operations a) Slips and Errors b) Daydreams c) Dreams d) Hallucinations and Delusions IX. How To Begin and How to Terminate a Psychotherapeutic Interview X. Termination of Treatment
Adjuncts to Intensive Psychotherapy
The Attitude of the Psychiatrist toward Intercurrent Events in the Lives of the Patient and of the Therapist
Suicidal Attempts
Death of Close Relatives or Friends
Pregnancy and Childbirth
Engagement, Marriage, and Divorce
Requests for Advice
Severe Illness and Accidents
Significant Events in the Life of the Psychiatrist
Contacts with Relatives Reference List
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ISBN: 9780226265995
ISBN-10: 0226265994
Series: Phoenix Books
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 264
Published: 1st January 1950
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.0 x 14.0  x 1.58
Weight (kg): 0.28

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