9780335201990

Unconscious Communication in Practice

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  • ISBN13:

    9780335201990

  • ISBN10:

    0335201997

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-06-01
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill

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Summary

(Open University Press) Regent's College, London, UK. Discusses the nature and purpose of unconscious communication, the significance of management of therapeutic boundaries, and the client's contribution to the curative process in psychotherapy. For psychotherapists. Hardcover, softcover also available.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements vii
Notes on contributors viii
Preface x
Part I INTRODUCTION
Communicative psychotherapy without tears
3(14)
David Livingston Smith
Part II THEORY INTO PRACTICE
Understanding patients' countertransferences
17(18)
David Livingston Smith
Confessions of a communicative psychotherapist
35(16)
Carol Holmes
The informative value of erroneous questions
51(19)
James O. Raney
Moments of mystery and confusion: transference interpretation of acting-out
70(23)
Vesna A. Bonac
Part III ALTERED FRAMES
Brief communicative psychotherapy and the fixed altered frame
93(16)
Gae Oaten
Student counselling: a consideration of ethical and framework issues
109(14)
Kitty Warburton
Therapist illness: a communicative exploration of an interrupted therapy
123(18)
Gabrielle Gunton
The two parts of myself: decoding a video-recorded session between `Kathy' and Rogers
141(22)
Ivan Thorpe
Part IV DREAMS AND STORIES
Dream interpretation from a communicative perspective
163(18)
Marie-Luise Petersen
Dream psychotherapy and a fragment from a continuing story
181(15)
Fiorella Gatti-Doyle
Madness and reason: Shakespeare's King Lear and the psychoanalytic frame
196(19)
E. Mary Sullivan
Part V CONCLUSION
Stories, settings and supervision: final thoughts and questions
215(11)
E. Mary Sullivan
Index 226

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