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Child psychologist Anna Freud - BBC News

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Child psychologist Anna Freud BBC News Claudia explores how Anna, the only one of Freud's six children to follow him into the field of psychoanalysis, started out as a teacher in 1920s Vienna and soon identified the toddler age as crucial to the...
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William Glasser, Psychiatrist Who Promoted Mental Health as a Choice, Dies at 88 - New York Times

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The Fragmented Child: Disorganized Attachment and Dissociation

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The Psychoanalytic Muse: Leon Grinberg - Difference Between Countertransference and Projective Counteridentification

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Life Lessons from… Bergson, Byron, Freud, Hobbes, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche ... - The Guardian

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'Frail and faulty mortal': Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis. Photograph: AP. Life is a career that none of us chose.
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Psychoanalysis contributions of Karen Horney, a pioneering theorist in personality - by Srikanth Radhakrishna - Helium

Karen Horney was born in Germany on September 16th, 1885. She was a renowned American psychoanalyst. She is classified as a Neo-Freudian.
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Is the therapeutic alliance overvalued in the treatment of eating disorders? - DClinPsy - 2013 - International Journal of Eating Disorders - Wiley Online Library

Is the therapeutic alliance overvalued in the treatment of eating disorders? - DClinPsy - 2013 - International Journal of Eating Disorders - Wiley Online Library | Therapeutic Alliance | Scoop.it
Is the therapeutic alliance overvalued in the treatment of #eatingdisorders? 2013 IJED Wiley http://t.co/Qqap2LpoGb
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Ban on therapy to 'convert' gay minors upheld - Los Angeles Times

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Ban on therapy to 'convert' gay minors upheld
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Therapy today generally focuses on reframing a patient's thought pattens, assertiveness training and reinforcement of heterosexual behavior.
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Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis: Sigmund Freud, James Strachey: 9780871401182: Amazon.com: Books

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The object of psychoanalysis: Jacques Lacan’s object a - Springer

The #object of #psychoanalysis: Jacques #Lacan - http://t.co/ZgK959k9hp
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Three Ways to Consider Psychoanalysis in Understanding of Science

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Research in psychoanalysis is contributing to how scientists communicate with the public on controversial topics like climate change, such as described here. Instead of showing graphs and figures to convince the public of the ...
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The Cockroach Catcher: Anorexia Nervosa:Failure & Enmeshment!

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Some people do not realise that you can fight with your patient and still have a sort of therapeutic alliance. http://t.co/tJ6Of5flLg
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Robert Stolorow - Heidegger and Post-Cartesian Psychoanalysis

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This article presents an overview of some of the basic ideas in his book, World, Affectivity, Trauma: Heidegger and Post-Cartesian Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2011). Full Citation: Stolorow, RD. (2013).
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Is the therapeutic alliance overvalued in t... [Int J Eat Disord. 2013] - PubMed - NCBI

PubMed comprises more than 23 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
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What is Your Attachment Style?

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What is attachment and why is it important? Read about childhood and adult attachment styles, including ambivalent attachment, anxious attachment, avoidant attachment, and secure attachment. (What is attachment and why is it important?
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The Look of Love - Love's many splendors begin with empathy and attachment

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What is empathy, and why does it matter? The term, coined by a contemporary of Freud, goes back to the German word meaning “feeling into.” The English novelist Ian McEwan once wrote, “Imagining what it is like to be someone other than yourself is at the core of our humanity. It is the essence of compassion, and it is the beginning of morality.”

 

A slightly more scientific paraphrase might describe empathy as the ability of the brain to accurately mirror the emotions it perceives in another. Marci’s contribution to this field is the discovery that most empathy occurs at an unconscious level, evidence that our brains are hardwired for it.

 

Several years ago Marci conducted a study in which he sought to quantify empathy. Taking 20 patient/therapist pairs, he and colleagues measured the rate at which skin conducted electrical impulses in these subjects, as determined through their sweat production during sessions.

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A Divided Mind: struggling with frustration

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I've been reminded again today how divided my mind can seem at times, while rereading a letter Sándor Ferenczi wrote Freud in early March 1909. Both of them were excited about their upcoming trip t...
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Attachment and Breakups: The Whole Matters More Than the Parts - | - Science of Relationships

Attachment and Breakups: The Whole Matters More Than the Parts - | - Science of Relationships | Therapeutic Alliance | Scoop.it
Thinking about the recent meta-analysis on breakups in dating couples , one of the interesting ...
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Third Lecture. Sigmund Freud. 1910. The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis

Third Lecture. Sigmund Freud. 1910. The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis (http://t.co/4la0ifUQB3 Sigmund Freud (1856–1939). The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis.
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Beyond Intersubjectivity: Science, the Real World, and the Third in Psychoanalysis

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(2013). Beyond Intersubjectivity: Science, the Real World, and the Third in Psychoanalysis. Studies in Gender and Sexuality: Vol. 14, The Bonds of Love at 25: A Collection of Essays, Part II, pp. 59-77.
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The therapeutic alliance: Exploring the concept of “safety” from a neuropsychotherapeutic perspective

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The Therapeutic Alliance: Exploring the Concept of “Safety” from a Neuropsychotherapeutic Perspective Kobie L. Allison Pieter J. Rossouw School of Psychology, The University of Queensland doi: 10.1...
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On the mind s attachment - SpeakingTree (blog)

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On the mind s attachment
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As soon as we leave this silence and create a state of "I am this and I am not enough as I am", then the mind begins to attach to aspects of itself, the thoughts.
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Attending to countertransference | Counselling Connection

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Blog Update: Attending to countertransference - By Stacy Notaras Murphy Although the episode took place ma... http://t.co/xT5IuwoKwm
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Neuro-Psychoanalysis - Where Mind Meets Brain

Prof. Yoram Yovell and Prof. Mark Solms discuss the newly emerging field of Neuro-Psychoanalysis: what it is and how it can help us understand the human mind... (RT @GearyMatt: Excellent interview with Prof.
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Letting Go of Attachment, from A to Zen : zenhabits

Great post on Letting Go of Attachment: http://t.co/LabrxnDqK2
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Interesting to consider when in psychotherapy we focus so much on attachment in relationships

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