Franco Borgogno,Alice Spencer's The Girl who Committed Hara-Kiri and Other Clinical and PDF

By Franco Borgogno,Alice Spencer

ISBN-10: 1780490771

ISBN-13: 9781780490779

This ebook bears witness to the author's psychoanalytic trip from the years 1994-1995 to the current, and as such is a final touch and a continuation of his earlier Psychoanalysis as a trip of 1999. The ebook is split into components: one medical and the opposite theoretical. the 2 components are hooked up to one another, because the recommendations and authors on whom the second one (theoretical-clinical) half are targeted make up the "tools of the exchange" that the writer makes use of within the first half to explain his paintings with sufferers. specifically, Borgogno describes his paintings with "M," who's the protagonist of lots of those pages. the 1st (clinical) half comprises the textual content, roughly unmodified, of the analytic paper that the writer awarded fifteen years in the past for you to be appointed a coaching and supervising analyst. the second one (theoretical) a part of the booklet teams jointly the themes and mentors who've encouraged his reflections all through those years. the writer focuses, between others, on Freud, Ferenczi, and Winnicott, but additionally on Heimann, Bion, Alice Balint, Michael Balint, Enid Balint, and Little.

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