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Dimensions of Psychotherapy, Dimensions of Experience : Time, Space, Number and State of Mind

By: Stadter, Michael.
Contributor(s): Scharff, David E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (296 p.).ISBN: 9780203448915.Subject(s): Consciousness | Mathematical ability | Psychoanalysis | Spatial ability | TimeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dimensions of Psychotherapy, Dimensions of Experience : Time, Space, Number and State of MindDDC classification: 616.8917 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Part I Time -- Chapter 1 Time and the unconscious life-cycle -- Chapter 2 Time-near and time-far: the changing shape of time in trauma and psychotherapy -- Chapter 3 Bad infinity: narcissism and the problem of time -- Chapter 4 Time and endurance in psychotherapy -- Part II Space -- Chapter 5 Right now I'm sitting in the bookshelf: patients' use of the physical space in psychotherapy -- Chapter 6 Changing spaces: the impact of a change in the psychotherapeutic setting
Chapter 7 Pandora in time and space -- Chapter 8 Telephone, psychotherapy and the 21st century -- Chapter 9 Conquering geographic space: teaching psychoanalytic psychotherapy and infant observation by video link -- Chapter 10 Exploring space in workgroups -- Part III Number -- Chapter 11 Number theory, intersubjectivity and schizoid phenomena -- Chapter 12 Super-vision or space invader? Two's company and three makes for paranoid tendencies -- Chapter 13 Four: on adding up to a family -- Chapter 14 Dynamic mathematics in mental experience. I: Complex numbers represent psychic object relations
Chapter 15 Dynamic mathematics in mental experience. II: Numbers in motion, a dynamic geography of time and space -- Part IV State of mind -- Chapter 16 Chaos theory and object relations: a new paradigm for psychoanalysis -- Chapter 17 Hideouts and holdouts -- Chapter 18 Being and becoming -- Chapter 19 The use of the self revisited -- Epilogue -- Index
Summary: How do the fundamental elements of experience impact on the practice of psychotherapy? Dimensions of Psychotherapy, Dimensions of Experience explores the three basic elements of psychotherapy - time, space and number - summarising theory, setting it in context and bringing concepts to life with clinical illustrations. Michael Stadter and David Scharff bring together contributions describing how each of these elements, as well as their simple and direct manifestations in the physical world, also combine to form the psychological dimensions of symbolic reality both in the inner world and in the
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Book Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Part I Time -- Chapter 1 Time and the unconscious life-cycle -- Chapter 2 Time-near and time-far: the changing shape of time in trauma and psychotherapy -- Chapter 3 Bad infinity: narcissism and the problem of time -- Chapter 4 Time and endurance in psychotherapy -- Part II Space -- Chapter 5 Right now I'm sitting in the bookshelf: patients' use of the physical space in psychotherapy -- Chapter 6 Changing spaces: the impact of a change in the psychotherapeutic setting

Chapter 7 Pandora in time and space -- Chapter 8 Telephone, psychotherapy and the 21st century -- Chapter 9 Conquering geographic space: teaching psychoanalytic psychotherapy and infant observation by video link -- Chapter 10 Exploring space in workgroups -- Part III Number -- Chapter 11 Number theory, intersubjectivity and schizoid phenomena -- Chapter 12 Super-vision or space invader? Two's company and three makes for paranoid tendencies -- Chapter 13 Four: on adding up to a family -- Chapter 14 Dynamic mathematics in mental experience. I: Complex numbers represent psychic object relations

Chapter 15 Dynamic mathematics in mental experience. II: Numbers in motion, a dynamic geography of time and space -- Part IV State of mind -- Chapter 16 Chaos theory and object relations: a new paradigm for psychoanalysis -- Chapter 17 Hideouts and holdouts -- Chapter 18 Being and becoming -- Chapter 19 The use of the self revisited -- Epilogue -- Index

How do the fundamental elements of experience impact on the practice of psychotherapy? Dimensions of Psychotherapy, Dimensions of Experience explores the three basic elements of psychotherapy - time, space and number - summarising theory, setting it in context and bringing concepts to life with clinical illustrations. Michael Stadter and David Scharff bring together contributions describing how each of these elements, as well as their simple and direct manifestations in the physical world, also combine to form the psychological dimensions of symbolic reality both in the inner world and in the

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<p>Michael Stadter is a clinical psychologist and a member of the faculty and Board of Directors of the International Psychotherapy Institute. He is also Clinical Psychologist-in-Residence at the Department of Psychology at the American University in Washington DC.</p> <p>David E Scharff is Co-Director of the International Psychotherapy Institute and a psychoanalyst in private practice.</p>

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