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Borderline and psychosomatic patients in clinical practice
1 online resource (xiii, 98 pages)
Includes bibliographical references (pages 89-94) and index.
COVER; Table of Contents; EDITORS AND CONTRlBUTORS; PREFACE; lNTRODUCTlON; CHAPTER ONE -- Psychoanalytic treatment with psychosomatic patients Marilia Aisenstein; CHAPTER TWO -- Sounds of the soma; CHAPTER THREE -- Day hospital treatment of borderline personality disorder and the containment of enactment; CHAPTER FOUR -- On the therapist's reverie and containing function; CHAPTER FIVE -- Psychodynamic therapy of severe personality disorders; CHAPTER SIX -- Self-envy and intrapsychic interpretation in borderline states; CHAPTER SEVEN -- Lust for love; REFERENCES; INDEX.
The Edge of Experience, drawn from papers presented at the First European Conference on Psychotherapy held in Athens in 1997, demonstrates how psychoanalytic practice has had to accomodate the range of "borderline syndromes"--Traumatisation, narcissism, and psychosomatic symptoms among others - and produce new models of theory and treatment.
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