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Couple dynamics. Psychoanalytic perspectives in work with the individual, the couple, and the group. Edited by Aleksandra Novakovic.

Contributor(s): Novakovic, Aleksandra.
Series: Tavistock Clinic Series.Publisher: London Karnac Books 2016Description: xviii, 220 pp.ISBN: 9781782203315; 9780429473364.Subject(s): COUPLES THERAPY ISX X | MARITAL THERAPY ISX X | PSYCHODYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY ISS G | PSYCHOANALYTIC GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY ISW U | PSYCHOANALYSIS IAKOther classification: ISX XSG Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required.
Contents:
chapter Introduction -- chapter One Aggression, love, and the couple / Otto F -- Kernberg -- chapter Two Narcissistic problems in sharing space / Ronald Britton -- chapter Three Couples and primitive processes / R -- D -- Hinshelwood -- chapter Four Transference and enactment in the “oedipal setting” of couple psychotherapy / Andrew Balfour -- chapter Five The quarrelling couple: the couple’s unconscious relations and enactments / Aleksandra Novakovic -- chapter Six Couples becoming parents: a clinical example / David Hewison -- chapter Seven Couple and family dynamics and triangular space in group psychotherapy / David Vincent -- chapter Eight Oscillating images: perceptions of couples in organizations / William Halton -- chapter Nine Belonging to a body larger than one’s own: the pair in the group, the organization, and society / Richard Morgan-Jones.
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This book presents psychoanalytic thinking about the phenomenon of the couple and couple dynamics in internal and external reality and at different levels of organisation: the 'couple' in the individual's internal world, the dynamics between partners in a couple relationship, and the dynamics between the couple and the group. These different fields of observation shift the focus between the figure and the ground, from the 'couple' in the individual and the individuals in the couple, to the couple in the group. Contributors bring different perspectives from theory and their therapeutic practice about how these multiple levels influence and constitute each other. Contributors: Andrew Balfour, Ronald Britton, William Halton, David Hewison, R. D. Hinshelwood, Otto Kernberg, Richard Morgan-Jones, Aleksandra Novakovic, Jenny Sprince, David Vincent.

chapter Introduction -- chapter One Aggression, love, and the couple / Otto F -- Kernberg -- chapter Two Narcissistic problems in sharing space / Ronald Britton -- chapter Three Couples and primitive processes / R -- D -- Hinshelwood -- chapter Four Transference and enactment in the “oedipal setting” of couple psychotherapy / Andrew Balfour -- chapter Five The quarrelling couple: the couple’s unconscious relations and enactments / Aleksandra Novakovic -- chapter Six Couples becoming parents: a clinical example / David Hewison -- chapter Seven Couple and family dynamics and triangular space in group psychotherapy / David Vincent -- chapter Eight Oscillating images: perceptions of couples in organizations / William Halton -- chapter Nine Belonging to a body larger than one’s own: the pair in the group, the organization, and society / Richard Morgan-Jones.

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