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eBook A Disturbance in the Field: Essays in Transference-Countertransference Engagement (Relational Perspectives Book Series) ePub

by Steven H. Cooper

  • ISBN: 0415806283
  • Category: Psychology and Counseling
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Steven H. Cooper
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (July 19, 2010)
  • Pages: 250
  • ePub book: 1856 kb
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Included in the Relational Perspectives Book Series are authors and works that come from within the relational tradition, extend and develop the tradition, as well as works that critique relational approaches or compare and contrast it with alternative points of view. The series includes our most distinguished senior psychoanalysts along with younger contributors who bring fresh vision. Learn mor. ubject Categories.

transference Engagement - Libro electrónico escrito por Steven H. Cooper

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The field, as Steven Cooper describes it, is comprised of the inextricably related worlds of internalized object .

The field, as Steven Cooper describes it, is comprised of the inextricably related worlds of internalized object relations and interpersonal interaction. Furthermore, the analytic dyad is neither static nor smooth sailing. He also tries to turn inside-out the complexity of hostile transference and countertransference phenomena to find out more about what our patients are looking for and repudiating. Finally, Cooper raises questions about some of our conventional definitions of what constitutes the psychoanalytic process.

First Online: 08 March 2012.

The analyst's reverie experience constitutes an indispensable avenue to the understanding and interpretation of the transference and yet is perhaps the dimension of the analyst's experience that feels least worthy of scrutiny

The field, as Steven Cooper describes it, is comprised of the inextricably related worlds of internalized object relations and interpersonal . The Grandiosity of Self-loathing: transference Dimensions. Privacy, Reverie, and the Analyst's Ethical Imagination. Eventually, the rigorous work of psychoanalysis will offer a fraught opportunity to work through the most disturbing elements of a patient's inner life as expressed and experienced by the analyst - indeed, a disturbance in the field. An Elusive Aspect of the Analyst's Relationship to Transference.

The field, as Steven Cooper describes it, is comprised of the inextricably related . A Disturbance in the Field: The Analyst's Anticipatory Fantasies as Aid and Obstacle to the Patient's Self-integration. It is at once a deeply clinical book and one that takes a post-tribal approach to psychoanalytic theory - relational, contemporary Kleinian, and contemporary Freudian analysts alike will find much to think about and debate here. Psychoanalytic Process: Clinical and Political Dimensions.

A Disturbance in the Field : Essays in transference Engagement. This book would be of real practical use to advanced candidates, senior clinicians, and anyone interested in the analyst's role in the psychoanalytic process. Relational Perspectives Books (Paperback). By (author) Steven H. Mitchell Wilson, International Journal of Psychoanalysis. Besides being a great read, Steven Cooper's new book, A Disturbance in the Field, is a unique and vital contribution to the ongoing evolution of psychoanalysis as a body of knowledge and a therapeutic process.

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The field, as Steven Cooper describes it, is comprised of the inextricably related worlds of internalized object relations and interpersonal interaction. Furthermore, the analytic dyad is neither static nor smooth sailing. Eventually, the rigorous work of psychoanalysis will offer a fraught opportunity to work through the most disturbing elements of a patient's inner life as expressed and experienced by the analyst - indeed, a disturbance in the field. How best to proceed when such tricky yet altogether common therapeutic situations arise, and what aspects of transference/countertransference should be explored in the service of continued, productive analysis?

These are two of the questions that Steven Cooper explores in this far-ranging collection of essays on potentially thorny areas of the craft. His essays try to locate some of the most ineffable types of situations for the analyst to take up with patients, such as the underlying grandiosity of self-criticism; the problems of too much congruence between what patients fantasize about and analysts wish to provide; and the importance of analyzing hostile and aggressive aspects of erotic transference. He also tries to turn inside-out the complexity of hostile transference and countertransference phenomena to find out more about what our patients are looking for and repudiating. Finally, Cooper raises questions about some of our conventional definitions of what constitutes the psychoanalytic process. Provocatively, he takes up the analyst's countertransference to the psychoanalytic method itself, including his responsibility and sources of gratification in the work. It is at once a deeply clinical book and one that takes a post-tribal approach to psychoanalytic theory - relational, contemporary Kleinian, and contemporary Freudian analysts alike will find much to think about and debate here.