Psychoanalysis online 3 : the teleanalytic setting. Edited by Jill Savege Scharff
Contributor(s): SCHARFF, Jill Savege [editor].Series: The Library of Technology and Mental Health.Publisher: London : Karnac Books, 2017Description: 256 p.ISBN: 9781782205180; 9780429478857 (ebook).Subject(s): COMPUTER-ASSISTED TREATMENT : PSYCHOLOGY ISB ZP | TECHNIQUES : PSYCHOANALYSIS IAK J | PSYCHOANALYSIS IAK | PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES ISQ Q | INTERNET (GENERAL) AZOOther classification: ISB ZPA KJ Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required
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"Psychoanalysis Online 3: The Teleanalytic Setting" is a highly topical, continuing conversation on the role of technology in psychoanalysis and its tremendous potential for outreach to patients in the global economy. It describes the essentials of a framework for teleanalysis that is secure in terms both of technology and ethical stance. The technology is a third in the therapeutic alliance and its impact needs to be analysed like every other element in the field. Teleanalysis appears to some people to be a distancing methodology but the authors report surprising closeness across a distance. Teleanalysis offers a window into the analytic pair's experience of time, space, deprivation, fantasy, and physicality and shows unconscious dynamics displayed graphically on the image on the screen. The book looks at the convenience and impact of internet use among various communities including LGBTQI in terms of defense against and transition to intimacy, and gives clinical evidence of transformation made possible through the therapeutic aspects of technology.
chapter One Teleanalysis beyond Skype / Jill Savege Scharff -- chapter Two Analytic dialogue: its multiple transformations—clinical implementation through telecommunication / Ricardo Carlino -- chapter Three Privacy, telecommunications, and the psychoanalytic setting / John Churcher -- chapter Four The analyst's closeness in long-distance psychoanalysis / Claudia Mizrahi -- chapter Five Light and shadow in online analysis / Andrea Marzi Giuseppe Fiorentini -- chapter Six The space and place of psychoanalytic treatment: a philosophical meditation / José A. Saporta -- chapter Seven The effect of the analytic couple's shared physical presence on transference fantasy / Lin Tao -- chapter Eight The setting, the screen, and the conveying of unconscious dynamics / Caroline Sehon Jill Savege Scharff -- chapter Nine Technology: convenience and therapeutic leverage / Dina Oren -- chapter Ten Screen images: transitional and defensive internet use among LGBTQ adolescents and adults / Andi Pilecki -- chapter Eleven Couple psychotherapy settings and change in the digital age / Amita Sehgal -- chapter Twelve Listening and therapeutic alliance online / Lea S. de Setton -- chapter Commentary / Caroline Sehon -- chapter Thirteen Thinking ethically about terminating therapy after trying new technologies / Ernest Wallwork.