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Cambridge Guide to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Cambridge Guide to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

9781009108508
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A unique and accessible guide to contemporary psychodynamic therapy and its applications. An author line-up of experienced educators guide the reader through the breadth of psychodynamic concepts in a digestible and engaging way. The key applications of psychodynamic psychotherapy to a range of presentations are explored, including anxiety, depression, problematic narcissism as well as the dynamics of borderline states. Specific chapters cover the dynamics of anger and aggression, and working with people experiencing homelessness. A valuable resource for novice and experienced therapists, presenting a clear, comprehensive review of contemporary psychodynamic theory and clinical practice. Highly relevant for general clinicians, third-sector staff and therapists alike, the authors also examine staff-client dynamics and the development of psychologically-informed services underpinned by reflective practice. Part of the Cambridge Guides to the Psychological Therapies series, offering all the latest scientifically rigorous, and practical information on a range of key, evidence-based psychological interventions for clinicians.
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9781009108508
9781009108508

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Publication date
2023
Issue number
1
Cover
paperback
Pages count
300
Dimensions (mm)
156 x 234
  • Foreword Nancy McWilliams; Preface Adam Polnay and Rhiannon Pugh; Part 1. An Overview of the Model: 1. An Historical Overview of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Allan Beveridge; 2. The Supporting Theory of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Adam Polnay and Rhiannon Pugh; 3. A Brief Description of the Empirical Basis of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Victoria Barker and Adam Polnay; 4. An Outline of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Rhiannon Pugh and Adam Polnay; Part 2. The Model of Psychodynamic into Practice: 5. Framing a psychodynamic space Adam Polnay; 6. The Goals of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Rhiannon Pugh; 7. The specific Techniques of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Rhiannon Pugh and Adam Polnay; 8. The overall Structure of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Adam Polnay; 9. Psychological Assessment and Formulation in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Victoria Barker; 10. Some Reflections on the Supervisory Process David Bell; Part 3. Application for Mental Health Presentations; Applications of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with accompanying Case Study description for each presentation: 11. Psychodynamic approaches to anxiety Lauren Wilson; 12. The psychodynamics of depressing/depressed states Adam Polnay; 13. Dynamics of borderline states of mind Victoria Barker; 14. Narcissistic difficulties, a transdiagnostic presentation requiring a system-wide approach Susan Mizen; Part 4. Application of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in Different Populations and in Different Settings; Beyond 1:1 therapy- working psychodynamically with clinicians, teams and organisations Adam Burley and Adam Polnay: 15. Applications of psychodynamic theory and principles outside of specialist psychotherapy settings; 16. An introduction to the dynamics of anger, aggression and violence; 17. Psychologically informed organisations and services; 18. Psychodynamic reflective practice groups; 19. Psychodynamic consultation to clinical teams; Other forms and settings of psychotherapeutic work; 20. A psychodynamic approach to working with people experiencing multiple exclusion homelessness Adam Burley; 21. Psychodynamic psychotherapy online and by phone Lauren Wilson; 22. Group analysis and its applications Allyson Lumsden; Glossary of Terms Adam Polnay.
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