Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A clinical manual
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PART ONE What Is Psychodynamic Psychotherapy?
1 The Treatment for a Mind in Motion.
2 How Does Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Work?
PART TWO The Evaluation.
3 Creating a Safe Place and Beginning the Evaluation.
4 Assessment of Ego Function.
5 Formulation: The Problem --> Person --> Goals --> Resources Model.
6 Indications for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.
PART THREE Beginning the Treatment.
7 Informed Consent and Setting Goals.
8 Setting the Frame and Establishing Boundaries.
9 Developing a Therapeutic Alliance.
10 Therapeutic Neutrality.
11 Conducting a Psychotherapy Session: Decisions about Length and Frequency.
12 Our Patients' Feelings about Us and Our Feelings about Our Patients.
13 Empathic Listening.
14 Looking for Meaning.
15 Medication and Therapy.
PART FOUR Listen/Reflect/Intervene.
16 Learning to Listen.
17 Learning to Reflect.
18 Learning to Intervene.
PART FIVE Conducting a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Technique.
20 Free Association and Resistance.
23 Unconscious Conflict and Defense.
Review activity for Part Five – understanding a moment in therapy.
PART SIX Meeting Therapeutic Goals.
25 Improving Self-Perceptions and the Ability to Regulate Self-Esteem.
26 Improving Relationships with Others.
27 Improving Characteristic Ways of Adapting.
28 Improving Other Ego Functions.
PART SEVEN Working Through and Ending.
29 Working Through.
31 Continuing to Learn.