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The Resource Looking for ground : countertransference and the problem of value in psychoanalysis, Peter G.M. Carnochan

Looking for ground : countertransference and the problem of value in psychoanalysis, Peter G.M. Carnochan

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Looking for ground : countertransference and the problem of value in psychoanalysis
Title
Looking for ground
Title remainder
countertransference and the problem of value in psychoanalysis
Statement of responsibility
Peter G.M. Carnochan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Despite a half-century of literature documenting the experience and meanings of countertransference in analytic practice, the concept remains a source of controversy. For Peter Carnochan, this can be addressed only by revisiting historical, epistemological, and moral issues intrinsic to the analytic enterprise. Looking for Ground is the first attempt to provide a comprehensive understanding of countertransference on the basis of a contemporary reappraisal of just such foundational assumptions. Carnochan begins by reviewing the history of the psychoanalytic encounter and h
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1960-
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Carnochan, Peter
Dewey number
616.89/17
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Relational perspectives book series
Series volume
v. 21
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  • Countertransference (Psychology)
  • Knowledge, Theory of
  • Values
  • Psychotherapist and patient
Label
Looking for ground : countertransference and the problem of value in psychoanalysis, Peter G.M. Carnochan
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-404) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; LOOKING FOR GROUND: Countertransference and the Problem of Value in Psychoanalysis; Copyright; TABLE OF CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; PREFACE; CHAPTER ONE ATLAS'S PERCH; AUTHENTICITY AS ACCIDENT: THE QUANDARY OF SKILLFUL AFFECTIVITY; COUNTERTRANSFERENCE AND THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOANALYTIC TECHNIQUE; ACCOUNTS OF INQUIRY: EPISTEMOLOGY AND THE COUNTERTRANSFERENCE; THE EVOLUTION OF MORALITY; THE NATURE OF THERAPEUTIC ACTION; CHAPTER TWO FREUD AND THE ADVENT OF PSYCHOANALYSIS; PROHIBITION OF THE COUNTERTRANSFERENCE; EPISTEMOLOGICAL FOUNDATION; CULTURE AND MENTAL ILLNESS; FREUD'S EARLY PRACTICE
  • Freud's early theorychapter three freud: gratification, virtue, and the therapeutic process; gratification, motivation, and making the patient work; gratification and sexual noxae; gratification and the development of freud's technique; chapter four freud: reality testing and the pleasure principle; freud and the search for the real; reality testing and perception; affect and reality testing; objective thought and the location of the real; health and the connection to reality; restoring the real: the analytic attitude and the analysand's connection to the real
  • The analyst's epistemological processthe therapeutic environment, gratification, and reality; countertransference and analytic objectivity; chapter five the evolution of psychoanalytic technique after freud; freud's unfinished legacy (1915-1939); the impact of applied technique (1919-1926); ferenczi's humanistic experiment (1919-1932); claims for neutrality, the lure of activity (1925-1933); the resurrection of neutrality (1936-1953); chapter six the move to modernity; the changing patient population (1890-1975)
  • Ego psychology, object relations theory, and interpersonal psychoanalysis (1925-1960)motivation, drives, and relationship; trauma and choice; reality and creatmty; complications and overlapping ideas; health as a skill (1919-1960); therapeutic action (1950-1999); the reemergence of the countertransference (1942-1960); the rehabilitation of the countertransference (1947-1999); chapter seven knowing and analysis; the death of objectivism; the untenability of objectivism; the shape of knowing; affect and knowing; the skill theory of affect; validation and objectivity
  • Chapter eight verification and disclosurecountertransference and epistemology; the use of the countertransference; the role of disclosure; knowing and maturity; chapter nine stillness and provision: theories of virtue in psychoanalytic practice; the moral evolution of psychoanalysis; foundations for virtue; drive and the limits of transcendent accounts of virtue; schafer's attempt to rehabilitate drive theory; natural virtue and the faith in innocence; chapter ten constructed virtue: the architecture of psychoanalytic morality; the actmty of health, the structure of suffering
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ocn852159209
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 417 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781299697287
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unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)852159209
Label
Looking for ground : countertransference and the problem of value in psychoanalysis, Peter G.M. Carnochan
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-404) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; LOOKING FOR GROUND: Countertransference and the Problem of Value in Psychoanalysis; Copyright; TABLE OF CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; PREFACE; CHAPTER ONE ATLAS'S PERCH; AUTHENTICITY AS ACCIDENT: THE QUANDARY OF SKILLFUL AFFECTIVITY; COUNTERTRANSFERENCE AND THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOANALYTIC TECHNIQUE; ACCOUNTS OF INQUIRY: EPISTEMOLOGY AND THE COUNTERTRANSFERENCE; THE EVOLUTION OF MORALITY; THE NATURE OF THERAPEUTIC ACTION; CHAPTER TWO FREUD AND THE ADVENT OF PSYCHOANALYSIS; PROHIBITION OF THE COUNTERTRANSFERENCE; EPISTEMOLOGICAL FOUNDATION; CULTURE AND MENTAL ILLNESS; FREUD'S EARLY PRACTICE
  • Freud's early theorychapter three freud: gratification, virtue, and the therapeutic process; gratification, motivation, and making the patient work; gratification and sexual noxae; gratification and the development of freud's technique; chapter four freud: reality testing and the pleasure principle; freud and the search for the real; reality testing and perception; affect and reality testing; objective thought and the location of the real; health and the connection to reality; restoring the real: the analytic attitude and the analysand's connection to the real
  • The analyst's epistemological processthe therapeutic environment, gratification, and reality; countertransference and analytic objectivity; chapter five the evolution of psychoanalytic technique after freud; freud's unfinished legacy (1915-1939); the impact of applied technique (1919-1926); ferenczi's humanistic experiment (1919-1932); claims for neutrality, the lure of activity (1925-1933); the resurrection of neutrality (1936-1953); chapter six the move to modernity; the changing patient population (1890-1975)
  • Ego psychology, object relations theory, and interpersonal psychoanalysis (1925-1960)motivation, drives, and relationship; trauma and choice; reality and creatmty; complications and overlapping ideas; health as a skill (1919-1960); therapeutic action (1950-1999); the reemergence of the countertransference (1942-1960); the rehabilitation of the countertransference (1947-1999); chapter seven knowing and analysis; the death of objectivism; the untenability of objectivism; the shape of knowing; affect and knowing; the skill theory of affect; validation and objectivity
  • Chapter eight verification and disclosurecountertransference and epistemology; the use of the countertransference; the role of disclosure; knowing and maturity; chapter nine stillness and provision: theories of virtue in psychoanalytic practice; the moral evolution of psychoanalysis; foundations for virtue; drive and the limits of transcendent accounts of virtue; schafer's attempt to rehabilitate drive theory; natural virtue and the faith in innocence; chapter ten constructed virtue: the architecture of psychoanalytic morality; the actmty of health, the structure of suffering
Control code
ocn852159209
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 417 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781299697287
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)852159209

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