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Helping people: Karen Horney's psychoanalytic approach.


New York, Science House, 1971.
ISBN 0876680392, 9780876680391

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Subjects Horney, Karen, 1885-1952.
Psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalytic Theory.
Description xiii, 621 p. port. 24 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 592-614.
Contents 1. History -- 2. Theory -- 3. Neurotic disturbances in human relationships I : love and sex -- 4. Neurotic disturbances in human relationships II : work and leisure -- 5. The symbolizing process I : formal, phenomenological, and metaphorical free association -- 6. The symbolizing process II : symbols, the symbolic self, and the self-system -- 7. Unconscious processes -- 8. The actual situation -- 9. The analyst as instrument -- 10. The analyst's understanding -- 11. The doctor-patient relationship I : the transference-countertransference and the transference neurosis -- 12. The doctor-patient relationship II : communing and relating -- 13. Blockages : resistance -- 14. Working through -- 15. Dreams I : formal, phenomenological, and psychodynamic -- 16. Dreams II : the total solution of magic -- 17. Dreams III : self-idealization, the disillusioning process, and working through -- 18. Dreams IV : fear and anxiety dreams -- 19. Dreams V : technique, attitudes to dreaming, first dreams, and dream series -- 20. Dreams VI : technique, crucial dreams, and termination dreams -- 21. The initial interview I : opening contact, aims, and practical arrangements -- 22. The initial interview II : the vis-à-vis position and the couch -- 23. Aids : parameters -- 24. Interpretation and insight -- 25. Objectives and termination -- 26. Phenomenology and existentialism I : history, description, and theory -- 27. Phenomenology and existentialism II : human instances -- 28. What is technique? -- 29. Teaching technique I : history and training analysis -- 30. Teaching technique II : supervision and teaching -- 31. The general practice of psychoanalysis I : the chronic analyst -- 32. The general practice of psychoanalysis II : being and appearing healthy and sick, thin and fat -- 33. The general practice of psychoanalysis III : the holistic approach.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)205635
(OCoLC)ocm00205635
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