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Psychoanalytic psychotherapists and psychoanalysts necessarily locate themselves doing overview of their paintings, either in inner most perform and in a medical atmosphere comparable to the NHS. The authors felt a necessity for a e-book that covers this important element in their paintings, which might be of profit either to scholars in education and to practitioners. among matters coated are the character of tests, the environment, consultation,  Read more...

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Sometimes, we assess a patient who has had a history of various therapies. There may be a difference between those who have been in psychoanalytic work and someone presenting who has experienced a whole range of different therapies. This may indicate a level of promiscuity reflected in several areas of the patient’s life, showing the deep fear of intimacy of the more disturbed patient. 44 A GUIDE TO ASSESSMENT FOR PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPISTS A different scenario is that of a person who comes to us having been in psychoanalytic work before.

Does he use the object in the telling of his story? Does he involve or ignore the therapist? We may choose to ask some questions to elucidate certain THE CONSULTATION 21 issues. We might then say something like, “I wonder if you can tell me about your current life, such as work, important relationships [if this has not already been presented as part of the problem], friendships, and interests, and then perhaps you could tell me about your childhood and growing up in your family”. Everything is interactive in the telling, but if it has not already emerged, we always check possible addictions, particularly drinking, drug taking, and any eating disorders.

Even if they have been quite unused to thinking in this way, they can gradually become aware of their inner world and the power of the unconscious. We look at his defences, how he protects his ego in the face of anxiety, to give us an indication of how he might use his therapy. A patient came to the consultation armed with her own solutions to her problems, which were both a denial of her vulnerability and a covert attack on the therapist, usurping her role. In being able to interpret this appropriately as her difficulty in trusting anyone to attend to her needs, the session became more alive.

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