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Object Relations and Relationality in Couple Therapy
Exploring the Middle Ground
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During the course of psychoanalytic psychotherapy with couples, the practicing clinician is commonly faced with problems and issues that at times can seem nearly insoluble. Integrating the rich ideas and techniques from two psychoanalytic traditions, object relations and relational theory, Object Relations and Relationality in Couple Therapy: Exploring the Middle Ground surveys those problems, reviews the theoretical background for understanding their underlying dynamics, and offers effective and practical solutions for their resolution.


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Acknowledgments Preface 1 Shared Ground: Commonalities in Object Relations and Relational Approaches to Couple Therapy 2 Negotiating Individual and Joint Transferences in Couple Therapy 3 Shared Objects, Amplified Fear 4 The Uses and Misuses of Self-Disclosure: The Value of Countertransference in a Relational World 5 The Narcissistic Couple, Disillusion and Shared Resistances 6 Crypts, Phantoms and Desire: Intergenerational Trauma in a Marital Relationship 7 Violence and Sacrifice in a Marital Relationship 8 The Cultural Third: Integrating Cultural Issues in Couple Therapy 9 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: Postmodern Lessons in Truth, Illusion and the Couple References Index About the Author


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ISBN-13: 9780765708946
Publisher: Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers
Publication date: November, 2012
Pages: 202
Dimensions: 159.00 x 237.00 x 21.00
Weight: 463g
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Subcategories: Psychotherapy

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