Object-relations theory and clinical psychoanalysis by Otto F. Kernberg

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  • Psychoanalysis,
  • Object relations (Psychoanalysis)

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StatementOtto F. Kernberg.
SeriesClassical psychoanalysis and its applications
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LC ClassificationsRC504 .K47
The Physical Object
Pagination299 p. ;
Number of Pages299
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Open LibraryOL5213280M
ISBN 100876682476
LC Control Number75042548

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Book Description: Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory offers a conceptual map of the most difficult terrain in psychoanalysis as well as a history of its most complex disputes.

In exploring the counterpoint between different psychoanalytic traditions, it provides a synthetic perspective that is a major contribution to psychoanalytic thought.

Otto Kernberg has presented the most systematic and wide-sweeping clinical and theoretical statements about psychoanalysis, for of the last decade, perhaps even since Freud. His work touches on many if not most of the topics that have been of interest to contemporary analysts.

In addition, he has been instrumental in introducing many topics to the. OBJECT RELATIONS THEORY. Psychoanalytic object relations theories may be defined as those that place the internalization, structuralization and clinical reactivation (in the transference and counter-transference) of the earliest dyadic object relations at the center of their motivational (structural, clinical, and genetic and developmental) formulations.

An Interview with Joshua Lerner, MA, LCSW, on the History of Object Relations Theory; An Interview with Kirk Schneider, Ph.D., on Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy; An Interview with Leslie Greenberg, PhD, on Emotion-Focused Therapy; An Interview with Wilma Bucci, Ph.D., on Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science.

An integrative approach, Clinical-Developmental Psychology is introduced in this entry. It consists of a synthesis of psychoanalytic concepts, especially Eriksonian identity theory, object relations psychoanalysis, and cognitive-developmental theory.

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Free shipping for many products!Ratings: 1. A collection of papers detailing the basics and applications of Kernberg's psychoanalytic object-relations theory, illuminating a wide range of clinical issues, including: the treatment of borderline conditions; the classification of character pathologies; and the study of group processes.

Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory offers a conceptual map of the most difficult terrain in psychoanalysis as well as a history of its most complex disputes.

In exploring the counterpoint between different psychoanalytic traditions, it provides a synthetic perspective that is a major contribution to psychoanalytic thought. Object relations theory in psychoanalytic psychology is the process of developing a psyche in relation to others in the childhood environment.

It designates theories or aspects of theories that are concerned with the exploration of relationships between real and external people as well as internal images and the relations found in them. Object Relations and Self Psychology are two leading schools of psychological thought discussed in social work classrooms and applied by practitioners to a variety of social work populations.

Yet both groups have lacked a basic manual for teaching and reference — until now. For them, Dr. Eda G. Goldstein's book fills a void on two fronts: Part I provides a readable, systematic, and Brand: Free Press. Object Relations and Self Psychology are two leading schools of psychological thought discussed in social work classrooms and applied by practitioners to a variety of social work populations.

Yet both groups have lacked a basic manual for teaching and reference -- until now. For them, Dr. Eda G. Goldstein's book fills a void on two fronts: Part I provides a readable, systematic, and /5(15). Object Relations Theory.

Object Relations Theory. Klein’s () theory of the unconscious focused on the relationship between the mother–infant rather than the father–infant one, and inspired the central concepts of the Object Relations School within psychoanalysis.

Klein stressed the importance of the first 4 or 6 months after birth. Object Relations Theory and Clinical Psychoanalysis by Dr. Otto F Kernberg, M.D. starting at $ Object Relations Theory and Clinical Psychoanalysis has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

Fairbairn and Relational Theory, ed. Frederico Pereira and David Scharff (Karnac, ). Fairbairn and the Origins of Object Relations, ed. James Grotstein and Donald Rinsley (Free Association, ).

Fairbairn’s Journey into the Interior, by John Sutherland (Free Association, ). Personal Relations Theory, by Graham S. Clarke (Routledge. Biography. Born in Vienna, Kernberg and his family fled Nazi Germany inemigrating to studied biology and medicine and afterwards psychiatry and psychoanalysis with the Chilean Psychoanalytic first came to the U.S.

in on a Rockefeller Foundation fellowship to study research in psychotherapy with Jerome Frank at the Johns Hopkins : Psychoanalysis. Object relations theory focuses on the intense relationship between child and parent and how the internalized objects from childhood influence one's emotions, Psychoanalytic object relations therapy.

Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson. Object relations theory and clinical psychoanalyis. Northvale, NJ: Jason by: 1. Psychoanalysis (from Greek: ψυχή, psykhḗ, 'soul' + ἀνάλυσις, análysis, 'investigate') is a set of theories and therapeutic techniques related to the study of the unconscious mind, which together form a method of treatment for mental discipline was established in the early s by Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud, who retained the term psychoanalysis for his own ICDCM: Keywords: attachment theory, object-relations, psychoanalysis, psychodynamic, psychology Book Review for Morris Eagle’s Attachment and Psychoanalysis: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications (Guilford Press, ).

Arguably, the best text is Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory by Greenberg and Mitchell, but it's a heavy read. Frued and Beyond by Mitchell is super accessible, and covers a lot of the object relations theorists, but isn't focused on them exclusively.

Essential Papers on Object Relations is a great collection/sampling of primary texts. 2 days ago  In his seminal work of object relations theory The Shadow of the Object: Psychoanalysis of the Unthought Known, the contemporary psychoanalyst Christopher Bollas writes of the parental object’s ability to ‘cast a shadow’ on the child He terms this the ‘unthought known’, a process by which parental affects are transmitted to the.

Keywords: attachment theory, Empathy, Fragmentation of psychoanalytic theory, Freud, Object relations theory, Paradigm plurality, psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic technique, Relational psychotherapy Book Review for Morris Eagle’s Attachment and Psychoanalysis: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications (Guilford Press, ).

Gardner, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Psychoanalysis refers to the psychological theory and clinical practice developed by Sigmund Freud in the early twentieth century and to its later developments.

It is generally agreed that psychoanalysis is distinguished by its commitment to the concept of the dynamic unconscious.

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