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The Resource At the interface of transactional analysis, psychoanalysis, and body psychotherapy : clinical and theoretical perspectives, William F. Cornell

At the interface of transactional analysis, psychoanalysis, and body psychotherapy : clinical and theoretical perspectives, William F. Cornell

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At the interface of transactional analysis, psychoanalysis, and body psychotherapy : clinical and theoretical perspectives
Title
At the interface of transactional analysis, psychoanalysis, and body psychotherapy
Title remainder
clinical and theoretical perspectives
Statement of responsibility
William F. Cornell
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cornell, William F.,
Dewey number
616.89/14
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Psychotherapy
  • Transactional analysis
  • Psychoanalysis
Label
At the interface of transactional analysis, psychoanalysis, and body psychotherapy : clinical and theoretical perspectives, William F. Cornell
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Opening to the vitality of unconscious experience -- Play at your own risk : games, play, and intimacy -- Fostering freedom for play, imagination, and uncertainty in professional learning environments -- The intricate intimacies of psychotherapy and questions of self-disclosure -- Failing to do the job : when the client pays the price for the therapist's countertransference -- Life script : a critical review from a developmental perspective -- Babies, brains, and bodies : somatic foundations of the child ego state -- "My body is unhappy" : somatic foundations of script and script protocol -- Aspiration or adaptation? : an unresolved tension in Eric Berne's basic beliefs -- What do you say if you don't say unconscious? : dilemmas created for transactional analysis by Berne's shift away from the language of unconscious experience -- Impasse and intimacy : applying Berne's concept of script protocol, coauthored with N.M. Landaiche, III -- Nonconscious processes and self development : key concepts from Eric Berne and Christopher Bollas, coauthored with N.M. Landaiche, III -- The old stone house : Eric Berne's memories and mourning for his father's life and death -- Grief, mourning, and meaning : in a personal voice -- The inevitability of uncertainty, the necessity of doubt, and the development of trust -- In conflict and community : a century of turbulence working and living in groups
Control code
on1031050828
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780429875625
Lccn
2018016996
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1031050828
Label
At the interface of transactional analysis, psychoanalysis, and body psychotherapy : clinical and theoretical perspectives, William F. Cornell
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Opening to the vitality of unconscious experience -- Play at your own risk : games, play, and intimacy -- Fostering freedom for play, imagination, and uncertainty in professional learning environments -- The intricate intimacies of psychotherapy and questions of self-disclosure -- Failing to do the job : when the client pays the price for the therapist's countertransference -- Life script : a critical review from a developmental perspective -- Babies, brains, and bodies : somatic foundations of the child ego state -- "My body is unhappy" : somatic foundations of script and script protocol -- Aspiration or adaptation? : an unresolved tension in Eric Berne's basic beliefs -- What do you say if you don't say unconscious? : dilemmas created for transactional analysis by Berne's shift away from the language of unconscious experience -- Impasse and intimacy : applying Berne's concept of script protocol, coauthored with N.M. Landaiche, III -- Nonconscious processes and self development : key concepts from Eric Berne and Christopher Bollas, coauthored with N.M. Landaiche, III -- The old stone house : Eric Berne's memories and mourning for his father's life and death -- Grief, mourning, and meaning : in a personal voice -- The inevitability of uncertainty, the necessity of doubt, and the development of trust -- In conflict and community : a century of turbulence working and living in groups
Control code
on1031050828
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780429875625
Lccn
2018016996
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1031050828

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