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Psychodynamics of writing / edited by Martin Weegmann.

Contributor(s): Weegmann, Martin [editor.].
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2019Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 1782205047; 9781782205043; 9780429425813; 0429425813.Subject(s): Authorship -- Psychological aspects | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Composition & Creative Writing | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Rhetoric | REFERENCE / Writing Skills | PSYCHOLOGY / GeneralDDC classification: 808.02019 Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required. Summary: Psychoanalysis is often referred to a talking cure, but in this fascinating book it is the art of writing that is discussed and explored. Including contributions from a selection of leading therapists, the book shines a psychoanalytic light on the very process through which the discipline is described. It includes chapters on the idea of creativity, the issues around a therapist's subjectivity, the challenges of describing trauma, as well as those of co-authorship. Psychodynamics of Writing will appeal to clinicians, therapists and anyone interested in what the process of writing means.
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Psychoanalysis is often referred to a talking cure, but in this fascinating book it is the art of writing that is discussed and explored. Including contributions from a selection of leading therapists, the book shines a psychoanalytic light on the very process through which the discipline is described. It includes chapters on the idea of creativity, the issues around a therapist's subjectivity, the challenges of describing trauma, as well as those of co-authorship. Psychodynamics of Writing will appeal to clinicians, therapists and anyone interested in what the process of writing means.

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