Psychoanalytic psychotherapy in institutional settings / edited by Julia Pestalozzi, senior editor [and three others] ; foreword by R.D. Hinshelwood.

  • London : Routledge, 2018.
  • ©1998
1 online resource (258 p.)


EFPP clinical monograph series. [More in this series]
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This book deals with psychotherapeutic life and work at the interface between psychoanalytic theory and institutional reality. It focuses on the set of constraints and pressures which arise as a result of working in institution, and how to deal with them.
Originally published in print: H. Karnac Books, 1998.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • COVER; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER ONE: Beyond the treatment contract: psychoanalytic work in the public mental hospital; CHAPTER TWO: Integrated theoretical/clinical and organizational models for the institutional treatment of psychosis; CHAPTER THREE: The role of institutional settings in symbolization; CHAPTER FOUR: The hospital in the mind: in-patient psychotherapy at the Cassel Hospital; CHAPTER FIVE: A psychoanalytic hospital unit for people with severe personality disorders
  • CHAPTER SIX: ""How hard can you kick a baby before it dies?"": psychotherapy in an institution for disturbed childrenCHAPTER SEVEN: Treatment and management of the sexually deviant and criminal: an out-patient facility; CHAPTER EIGHT: Children in torture-surviving families: child psychotherapy within a family-orientated context; CHAPTER NINE: The adolescent psychotic and the context of residential treatment; CHAPTER TEN: Psychoanalytically orientated in-patient treatment; CHAPTER ELEVEN: The legacy of power play in societies for psychoanalytic psychotherapy; REFERENCES; INDEX
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