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Relational Perspectives in Psychoanalysis

Edited by Neil J. Skolnick, Susan C. Warshaw

Routledge – 1992 – 392 pages

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    978-0-88163-107-4
    December 1st 1992

Description

A watershed in the articulation of the relational psychoanalytic paradigm, this volume offers a rich overview of issues currently being addressed by clinicians and theoreticians writing from a variety of complementary relational viewpoints. Chapter topics cover the roots of the relational orientation in early psychoanalytic thinking, the impact of relational consideration on developmental theory, relational conceptions of "self" and "other," and clinical applications of relational perspectives.

Contents

Foreword - Emmanuel Ghent

Introduction - Neil J. Skolnick and Susan C. Warshaw

True Selves, False Selves, and the Ambiguity of Authenticity - Stephen A. Mitchell

Self Psychology: The Self and Its Vicissitudes Within a Relational Matrix - James L. Fosshage

Recognition and Destructoin: An Outline of Intersubjectivity - Jessica Benjamin

A Dyadic Systems View of Communication - Beatrice Beebe, Joseph Jaffe, and Frank M. Lachmann

The Contribution of Mother-Infant Mutual Influence in the Origins of Self- and Objection Representations - Beatrice Beebe and Frank M. Lachmann

Dialogues as Transitional Space: A Rapprochement of Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psycholinguistics - Adrienne Harris

Mutative Factors in Child Psychoanalysis: A Comparison of Diverse Relational Perspectives - Susan C. Warshaw

Relational Perspectives on Child Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy - Neil Altman

Attachment Research: An Approach to a Developmental Relational Perspective - Doris K. Silverman

Secrets in Clinical Work: A Relational Point of View - Neil J. Skolnick and Jody Messler Davies

Money Matters in Psychoanalysis - Lewis Aron and Irwin Hirsch

On the Occurrence of the Isakower Phenomenon in a Schizoid Patient - Philip M. Bromber

Eros Reclaimed: Recovering Freud's Relational Theory - Steven Reisner

Some Historical Aspects of Contemporary Pluralistic Psychoanalysis - Benjamin Wolstein

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Description: Edited by Neil J. Skolnick, Susan C. Warshaw. A watershed in the articulation of the relational psychoanalytic paradigm, this volume offers a rich overview of issues currently being addressed by clinicians and theoreticians writing from a variety of complementary relational viewpoints. Chapter...
Categories: Psychoanalysis, Relational/Interpersonal Psychoanalysis