Jacques Lacan and the Freudian Practice of Psychoanalysis
By Dany Nobus
Routledge – 2002 – 272 pages
Series: Makers of Modern Psychotherapy
Jacques Lacan and the Freudian Practice of Psychoanalysis paints a completely new picture of the man and his ideas. The book suceeds in showing how ideas can become more accessible, and re-evaluates his significance within the field of psychodynamic psychotherapy.
The book is structured thematically around five key issues: diagnosis, the analyst's position during the treatment, the management of transference, the formulation of interpretations, and the organisation of analytic training. For each of these issues, Lacan's entire work both published and unpublished material, has been taken into account and theoretical principles have been illustrated with clinical examples. The book also contains the first complete bibliography of Lacan's works in English.
Clear, detailed, and wide ranging, Jacques Lacan and the Freudian Practice of Psychoanalysis will prove essential reading, not only for professionals and students within the fields of psychology and psychiatry, but for all those keen to discover a new Lacan.
Introduction. Diagnosis via Speech and Transference. What Does the Analyst Want? Strategies of Transference. Tactics of Interpretation. Authorising Analysis. Conclusion. Chronology. Bibliography. Bibliography of works of Jacqes Lacan in English. General Bibliography. Index