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  • Издательство: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • Год: 2003
  • ISBN: 1-84310-736-8
  • Кол-во страниц: 242
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  • Язык: Английский

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Preface to Second Edition 8
Acknowledgments 9
Introduction 11
Chapter 1 An Overview of Simultaneous Treatment 15
Chapter 2 Psychological Processes Underlying
Simultaneous Treatment 43
Chapter 3 The Course of Simultaneous Treatment 65
Chapter 4 Adam: A Case of Gender Identity Disorder 93
Chapter 5 David: A Case of Narcissistic Personality
Disorder (Part I) 119
Chapter 6 David: A Case of Narcissistic Personality
Disorder (Part II) 147
Chapter 7 Sammy: A Case of Pervasive Developmental
Disorder (Part I) 177
Chapter 8 Sammy: A Case of Pervasive Developmental
Disorder (Part II) 199
Bibliography 221
Subject Index 233
Author Index 239

  Загрузить Chazan S.E. Simultaneous Treatment of Parent and Child

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Sometimes child therapy is doomed to failure from the outset. All child therapists have had the experience of engaging children in treatment, only to have the parents prevent the process from going forward, although on a manifest level the parents are bringing the child in the hope that troubling symptomatic behaviors will be ameliorated. If dynamics of family relationships do not permit the child to change, therapeutic outcome is compromised, no matter how well accomplished the treatment. In such a case, the alliance between the parents and therapist becomes thwarted by unanticipated feelings that keep the child imprisoned within his pathology. These obstacles to progress need to be carefully explored by meetings with the parents, identified patient and possibly other family members. In those instances where the child’s difficulties originate from interaction with one specific parent, then effective treatment will involve changing both members of the troubled dyad. If the therapist engages both parent and child, there can be hope for progress and ultimate resolution. Simultaneous treatment is defined as the treatment of both members of a dyadic relationship, parent and child, separately by the same therapist.
What characterizes this treatment method is not ja external arrangements but also the complex nature of the developing transference-countertransference relationship. The therapist is the nodal point of treatment, integrating levels of reality by sharing in new understandings with each member of the dyad. Simultaneous treatment focuses on the points of contact between parent and child that are keeping the two individuals dependent on each other in a struggle to survive. These points of contact constitute the core of the child’s problem.

Психологический юмор, анекдоты