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Critical Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis and Counselling: Implications for PracticeThis book explores what ‘critical’ means for the talking therapies in a climate of increasing state influence and intervention. It looks at theoretical and practical notions of ‘critical’ from perspectives including queer theory, feminism, Marxism, the psychiatric survivor movement, as well as from within counsellor training and education….

Critical Issues in Psychotherapy: Translating New Ideas into PracticeCritical Issues in Psychotherapy examines new and existing models in psychotherapy and presents them in an accessible manner to the practitioner in training through illustrative therapy cases and practitioner commentaries. There are many new models that have emerged in psychotherapy in recent years; however; they have not often been made accessible to front line practitioners. …

Critical Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis and Counselling: Implications for Practice (2015-05-22)Critical Issues in Psychotherapy examines new and existing models in psychotherapy and presents them in an accessible manner to the practitioner in training through illustrative therapy cases and practitioner commentaries. There are many new models that have emerged in psychotherapy in recent years; however; they have not often been made accessible to front line practitioners. …

Critical Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis and Counselling: Implications for Practice by Del Loewenthal (Editor) (20-May-2015) PaperbackCritical Issues in Psychotherapy examines new and existing models in psychotherapy and presents them in an accessible manner to the practitioner in training through illustrative therapy cases and practitioner commentaries. There are many new models that have emerged in psychotherapy in recent years; however; they have not often been made accessible to front line practitioners. …

Critical Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis and Counselling: Implications for Practice (2015-05-20)Critical Issues in Psychotherapy examines new and existing models in psychotherapy and presents them in an accessible manner to the practitioner in training through illustrative therapy cases and practitioner commentaries. There are many new models that have emerged in psychotherapy in recent years; however; they have not often been made accessible to front line practitioners. …

Emotions in Personality and Psychopathology (Critical Issues in Social Justice)Significant developments within the past few years have made possible the publication of this rather large volume focusing on specific emotions of human experience, such as interest, joy, anger, distress, fear, shame, shyness, and guilt. The relevant events include new evidence on the relationship of emotions to cognitive processes and to personality traits and defense mechanisms. They also include discoveries relating to the biological foundations of emotions and theory regarding their signific…

Marital Therapy: A Combined Psychodynamic-Behavioral Approach (Critical Issues in Psychiatry)This book is welcomed to the series as a truly unique contribution to the literature on marital therapy. It is written for the empirically oriented psychotherapist, regardless of his or her discipline, who encounters patients with marital discord and has been distressed by the absence of an acceptable conceptual model for treatment. Psychoanalysis, behavior therapy, general system theory, and social learning theory have all made important contributions to treatment. But all too often these appro…

Narcissism and Its Discontents (Studies in the Psychosocial)Narcissism and Its Discontents challenges the received wisdom that narcissism is only destructive of good social relations. By building on insights from psychoanalysis and critical theory it puts forward a theorisation of narcissistic sociability which redeems Narcissus from his position as the subject of negative critique….

The Person in Narrative Therapy: A Post-structural, Foucauldian Account (Palgrave Studies in the Theory and History of Psychology)This book argues that narrative practice does not have a coherent formulation of personhood in the way one finds in other fields, such as psychoanalysis and cognitive-behavioural therapy. It examines the post-structural principles that underpin narrative practice, which make available powerful conceptual tools for theorizing the person….

Absent Mothers and Orphaned Fathers: Narcissism and Abjection in Lessing's Dramatic Production (Kritik: German Literary Theory and Cultural Studies Series)Drawing on Kristevan psychoanalysis and feminist critical theory, Absent Mothers and Orphaned Fathers presents a highly original reevaluation of the role of the mother in the work of Lessing, the influential German critic and dramatist of the 18th century who profoundly shaped German literary tradition. While scholars have contended that the mother is missing in Lessing’s dramatic tragedies, because she is often dead or relegated to a weak or minor role, Susan Gustafson discovers that the “absen…