Freud's Case Studies: Self Psychological Perspectives

Freud s Case Studies Self Psychological Perspectives These thoughtful self psychological reexaminations of Freud s case studies clarify Freud s criteria for including and excluding data underscore the theoretical and political imperatives that shaped h

  • Title: Freud's Case Studies: Self Psychological Perspectives
  • Author: Barry Magid
  • ISBN: 9780881631326
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Hardcover
  • These thoughtful self psychological reexaminations of Freud s case studies clarify Freud s criteria for including and excluding data, underscore the theoretical and political imperatives that shaped his narrative accounts, and provide new insight into the transference countertransference constellations that emerged during treatment Clinically, these reappraisals take us bThese thoughtful self psychological reexaminations of Freud s case studies clarify Freud s criteria for including and excluding data, underscore the theoretical and political imperatives that shaped his narrative accounts, and provide new insight into the transference countertransference constellations that emerged during treatment Clinically, these reappraisals take us beyond Freud s preoccupation with his patients oedipal narratives to a self psychological exploration of these same patients intersubjective experiences.

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