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The Resource Confidentiality : Ethical Perspectives and Clinical Dilemmas, edited by Charles Levin, Allannah Furlong, Mary Kay O'Neil

Confidentiality : Ethical Perspectives and Clinical Dilemmas, edited by Charles Levin, Allannah Furlong, Mary Kay O'Neil

Label
Confidentiality : Ethical Perspectives and Clinical Dilemmas
Title
Confidentiality
Title remainder
Ethical Perspectives and Clinical Dilemmas
Statement of responsibility
edited by Charles Levin, Allannah Furlong, Mary Kay O'Neil
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The distinguished contributors to Confidentiality probe the ethical, legal, and clinical implications of a deceptively simple proposition: Psychoanalytic treatment requires a confidential relationship between analyst and analysand. But how, they ask, should we understand confidentiality in a psychoanalytically meaningful way? Is confidentiality a therapeutic requisite of psychoanalysis, an ethical precept independent of psychoanalytic principles, or simply a legal accommodation with the powers that be? In wrestling with these questions, the contributors to Confidentiality>
Dewey number
616.89/14
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Levin, Charles D
  • Furlong, Allanah
  • O'Neil, Mary Kay
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychotherapist and patient
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Confidential communications
Label
Confidentiality : Ethical Perspectives and Clinical Dilemmas, edited by Charles Levin, Allannah Furlong, Mary Kay O'Neil
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Contributors; Section One: Thinking about Confidentiality; 1 Confidentiality as a Virtue; 2 Trust, Confidentiality, and the Possibility of Psychoanalysis; 3 Having a Thought of One's Own; 4. The Why of Sharing and Not the What: Confidentiality and Psychoanalytic Purpose; 5 Civic Confidentiality and Psychoanalytic Confidentiality; Section Two: Dilemmas in Treatment, Research, and Training; 6 Some Reflections on Confidentiality in Clinical Practice
  • 7 Psychoanalytic Research and Confidentiality: Dilemmas8 Confidentiality and Training Analyses; 9 Confidentiality, Reporting, and Training Analyses; 10 Confidentiality, Privacy, and the Psychoanalytic Career; Section Three: Clinical Practice; 11 The Early History of the Concept of Confidentiality; 12 Confidentiality in Psychoanalysis: A Private Space for Creative Thinking and the Work of Transformation; 13 Whose Notes Are They Anyway?; 14 Outing the Victim: Breaches of Confidentiality in an Ethics Procedure; Section Four: Professional Ethics and the Law; 15 Confidentiality and Professionalism
  • 16 Psychoanalytic Ethics: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far?17 We Have Met the Enemy and He (Is) Was Us; 18 The American Psychoanalytic Association's Fight for Privacy; 19 Legal Boundaries on Conceptions of Privacy: Seeking Therapeutic Accord; 20 The Right to Privacy: A Comment on the Production of Complainants' Personal Records in Sexual-Assault Cases; Epilogue; 21. A Psychoanalyst Looks at the Witness Stand Anne Hayman; Index
Control code
ocn876512747
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1 online resource (348 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317771050
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unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315803272
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)876512747
Label
Confidentiality : Ethical Perspectives and Clinical Dilemmas, edited by Charles Levin, Allannah Furlong, Mary Kay O'Neil
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Contributors; Section One: Thinking about Confidentiality; 1 Confidentiality as a Virtue; 2 Trust, Confidentiality, and the Possibility of Psychoanalysis; 3 Having a Thought of One's Own; 4. The Why of Sharing and Not the What: Confidentiality and Psychoanalytic Purpose; 5 Civic Confidentiality and Psychoanalytic Confidentiality; Section Two: Dilemmas in Treatment, Research, and Training; 6 Some Reflections on Confidentiality in Clinical Practice
  • 7 Psychoanalytic Research and Confidentiality: Dilemmas8 Confidentiality and Training Analyses; 9 Confidentiality, Reporting, and Training Analyses; 10 Confidentiality, Privacy, and the Psychoanalytic Career; Section Three: Clinical Practice; 11 The Early History of the Concept of Confidentiality; 12 Confidentiality in Psychoanalysis: A Private Space for Creative Thinking and the Work of Transformation; 13 Whose Notes Are They Anyway?; 14 Outing the Victim: Breaches of Confidentiality in an Ethics Procedure; Section Four: Professional Ethics and the Law; 15 Confidentiality and Professionalism
  • 16 Psychoanalytic Ethics: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far?17 We Have Met the Enemy and He (Is) Was Us; 18 The American Psychoanalytic Association's Fight for Privacy; 19 Legal Boundaries on Conceptions of Privacy: Seeking Therapeutic Accord; 20 The Right to Privacy: A Comment on the Production of Complainants' Personal Records in Sexual-Assault Cases; Epilogue; 21. A Psychoanalyst Looks at the Witness Stand Anne Hayman; Index
Control code
ocn876512747
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (348 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317771050
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315803272
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)876512747

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