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Table of Contents Acknowledgments About This Book Part I - Psychoanalytic Treatment of the Neurotic Personality Organization Chapter 1 The Therapeutic Setting Chapter 2 Initial Fantasies and Obstacles Chapter 3 What Am I Treating, #1 - The Initial Questions Chapter 4 What Am I Treating, #2 - Making a Formulation Chapter 5 Initial Therapeutic Communications Chapter 6 Freud s List of Resistances Chapter 7 Updating Freud s List of Resistances Chapter 8 Making an Interpretation: An Intertwining of Hanging and Flushing a Toilet Chapter 9 Years of Two Persons Meeting in a Room Chapter 10 Therapeutic Play: Let There Be Light Chapter 11 A Psychoanalytic Process from its Beginning to its Termination, #1 A Sword Fight Part II - Individuals with Actualized Unconscious Fantasies and Transgenerational Transmissions Chapter 12 Actualized Unconscious Fantasy Chapter 13 A Psychoanalytic Process from its Beginning to its Termination, #2 Bringing a Dead Mother to Life and Compulsive Masturbation Chapter 14 Psychological Burdens Visited by One Generation upon Another Chapter 15 The Intertwining of External and Internal Wars Part III - Individuals with Narcissistic Personality Organization Chapter 16 What Am I Treating, #3 - Finding Splitting Chapter 17 Introduction to Individuals with Narcissistic Personality Organization Chapter 18 A Psychoanalytic Process from its Beginning to its Termination, #3 A Man Who Lived in an Iron Ball Chapter 19 What Does Working with a Patient like Brown Teach Us? Chapter 20 Successful, Masochistic, Sadistic, and Borderline-near Individuals with Narcissistic Personality Organization Part IV - Who Else Can We Treat on the Analytic Couch? Chapter 21 A Psychoanalytic Process from its Beginning to its Termination, #4 The Analysis of a Southern Belle Chapter 22 From Analyzing Jennifer to Analyzing Persons with Borderline Personality Organizations Chapter 23 What am I Treating, #4? Technical Considerations for Analysis of Individuals with Borderline Personality Organization Chapter 24 A Story of Pismis Split Transference Reaching a Crucial Juncture Coda Glossary Institutions and Organizations Mentioned in this Book References Name Index Subject Index About the Author
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Vam k D. Volkan, M.D., is an emeritus professor of psychiatry at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, an emeritus training and supervising analyst at the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute and the Senior Erik Erikson Scholar at the Austen Riggs Center in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. He was the Medical Director of the University of Virginia s Blue Ridge Hospital and director of the University of Virginia s Center for the Study of Mind and Human Interaction. He was a past president of the International Society of Political Psychology, the Virginia Psychoanalytic Society, the Turkish-American Neuropsychiatric Association, and the American College of Psychoanalysts. He holds Honorary Doctorate degrees from Kuopio University, Finland and from Ankara University, Turkey. He is the author or co-author of fifty books and the editor or co-editor of ten more. He has served on the editorial boards of sixteen professional journals including the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. He has published more than 400 scientific papers or book chapters. His work has been translated into many languages.Review:
'In this exciting book, a master psychoanalyst makes his innovative Field Work teaching technique available to all of us. We can, figuratively, sit outside the one-way mirror to watch Dr. Volkan treat people with neurotic, borderline, and narcissistic personalities, from start to finish, using both modern and classical psychoanalytic techniques. Not only that, but he explains what he is doing while he is doing it! Dr. Volkan actually answers the perennial questions, "What am I treating? as well as What do I say? and Why does it work? . Fascinating and extraordinarily illuminating, Psychoanalytic Technique Expanded is unique in offering a bird's-eye view of d analytic treatment for different types of disorders in the 21st century.' Jerome S. Blackman, M.D., DFAPA, FIPA, FACPsa, Training and Supervising Analyst, New York Freudian Society, Washington, D.C.; Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA; Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, VA; Psychiatry Residency Faculty, Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA; Author of 101 Defenses: How the Mind Shields Itself and Get the Diagnosis Right: Assessment and Treatment Selection for Mental Disorders. --Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Politic Psychology, Text book, Vamik Volkan
'My single observation, which restrains me from an unequivocal endorsement of this valuable, new resource, is the unmistakable implication that Dr. Volkan has a preference for an ego psychological, object relations approach to the analytic process and education. Inclusion in a textbook of multiple points of view would enhance its usefulness as an educational asset. Having a perspective that tilts toward a particular position is unavoidable but making an effort to incorporate multiple points of view strengthens a book aimed at being a teaching text. Dr. Volkan has done a creditable job of this as far as ego psychology, object relations, and a Kleinian perspective are included but a wider use of ego psychology would be helpful. Nonetheless, the clinical richness, detail, disarming self-disclosures, lucid description of terminology and definitions come together to render this a substantial addition to education. This textbook can be effectively incorporated into psychiatry and psychology training programs as well as into advanced psychotherapy training programs and beginning technique courses for psychoanalytic candidates. This book should be included in the syllabi of all of those programs and this reviewer believes the psychoanalytic community should be made widely aware of this publication.' Phil S. Lebovitz, M.D.; Faculty member at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis; Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Rosalind Franklin University of Health Science/The Chicago Medical School; Treasurer at American College of Psychoanalysts, USA. --Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Politic Psychology, Text book, Vamik Volkan
'This book - a culmination of 40 years of experience - is one of the finest books I have read for some years. Dr. Volkan combines his deep and thorough understanding of the individual human psyche with a profound grasp of large-group psychology, a combination that marks this book as a unique contribution to our psychoanalytic literature and posits Dr. Volkan as a singular professional in our psychoanalytic landscape. Keeping a keen eye on the unconscious and on object relations, without neglecting the intersubjective dimensions of the analytic relationship, Dr. Volkan translates and implements many years of experience as a practicing psychoanalyst, supervisor and teacher in a very open, candid and accessible manner which makes this book a gift to teachers as well as students of psychoanalysis.' Michael Shoshani Rosenbaum Psy.D., Training and Supervising Analyst and Founding Chair of the Tel-Aviv Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis; Faculty member of the New York University Program for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Author of Dare to Be Human: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Journey. --Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Politic Psychology, Text book, Vamik Volkan
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