Structuring the Therapeutic Process: Compromise with Chaos : the Therapist's Response to the Individual and the Group

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1988 M01 1 - 300 páginas

'Outstanding. There is authenticity and honesty in Dr Cox's message.'

- American Journal of Psychiatry

'Rich and thought provoking. A stimulating reflection for those of us who are aware of the unwithering need of organising and structuring again and again our creative doubts. A book highly recommended.'

- Group Analysis

'It is a real work of art. Supervisors and teachers of counselling it will repay reading and re-reading. It combines practical help and the development of theoretical concepts in an unusually convincing way. Strongly recommended.'

- British Journal of Guidance and Counselling

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Contenido

Synopsis
1
The Centre of Gravity
9
Terms of Reference
25
The Sense of Self
66
The Therapists Personal World
79
Transference and Countertransference
119
Empathy
137
The Therapist Speaks
148
Boundaries of Therapeutic Space
238
Numbers within Therapeutic Space
249
Compromise with Chaos Borderline Psychotic
260
Terminating the Therapeutic Process
274
Suggested Further Reading
282
Subject Index
293
Supplementary Literary Index
299
Derechos de autor

The Patient Speaks
192

Términos y frases comunes

Acerca del autor (1988)

Murray Cox was Consultant Psychotherapist at Broadmoor Hospital from 1970 until his death in 1997. He was an Honorary Member of the Institute of Group Analysis, the Danish Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and an Honorary Research Fellow, The Shakespeare Institute (The University of Birmingham).

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