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Psychoanalysis online 2 : impact of technology on development, training, and therapy. Edited by Jill Savege Scharff.

Contributor(s): SCHARFF, Jill Savege [editor].
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018Description: 1 online resource (xix, 257 pages).ISBN: 978-1782203216; 9780429932076 (e-book).Subject(s): Psychoanalysis -- Methodology | Psychoanalysis -- Technological innovationsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 616.8917 Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required
Contents:
part, I Technology and Child and Adult Development -- chapter One The impact of technology on development, community, and teletherapy / Jill Savege Scharff -- chapter Two The impact of electronic media and communication on object relations / Becky Bailey -- chapter Three The seduction of digital magic / Luca Nicoli -- chapter Four Intimacy, sexuality, and pornography online / Jill Savege Scharff -- chapter Five Transitional space: the role of Internet community for transgender and gender non-conforming patients / Andi Pilecki -- chapter Six Psychoanalysts facing new technologies in a world of liquid modernity / Adela Abella -- part, II Concerns about Teleanalysis: Ethics, Legalities, Interference -- chapter Seven Thinking ethically about beginning online work / Ernest Wallwork -- chapter Eight Legal aspects of teleanalysis in the United States / Donna Vanderpool -- chapter Nine Teleanalysis: problems, limitations, and opportunities / Lin Tao -- part, III Technology in Training -- chapter Ten The use of technology in clinical supervision and consultation / Janine Wanlass -- chapter Eleven Teaching psychoanalytic psychotherapy and infant observation by video link / David E. Scharff -- chapter Twelve Emergency SMS-based intervention in chronic suicidality: a research project using conversation analysis / Michael B. Buchholz Horst Kächele -- part, IV Technology in Treatment -- chapter Thirteen Occasional telephone sessions in ongoing in-person psychoanalysis / David E. Scharff -- chapter Fourteen Is there a difference between telephone and in-person sessions? / Lea S. de Setton -- chapter Fifteen Technology-stirred projective processes in couple teletherapy / Carl Bagnini -- chapter Sixteen A baby saved: a mother made / Nancy L. Bakalar -- chapter Seventeen Teleanalysis and teletherapy for children and adolescents? / Caroline M. Sehon -- chapter Eighteen Cyberspace as potential space / Yolanda de Varela -- chapter Nineteen One analyst's journey into cyberspace / Glen O. Gabbard.
Summary: "Following on from the first volume, this is an international collaboration by psychotherapists and psychoanalysts who consider the impact of virtual reality on our society and the uses of communications technology for analytic treatment and professional training. Having examined the impact of communications technology on mental health and relationships, the authors explore its use in analytical treatment conducted on the telephone and over the internet, and review its problems and possibilities. They provide a multi-faceted view of it, an ethical stance in relation to it, and evidence from which to judge its effectiveness. Looking into the future they imagine a time when technology-supported analytic treatment may be not only convenient as a supplement to in-person treatment but also preferable for some patients and therapists in various circumstances."--Provided by publisher.
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part, I Technology and Child and Adult Development -- chapter One The impact of technology on development, community, and teletherapy / Jill Savege Scharff -- chapter Two The impact of electronic media and communication on object relations / Becky Bailey -- chapter Three The seduction of digital magic / Luca Nicoli -- chapter Four Intimacy, sexuality, and pornography online / Jill Savege Scharff -- chapter Five Transitional space: the role of Internet community for transgender and gender non-conforming patients / Andi Pilecki -- chapter Six Psychoanalysts facing new technologies in a world of liquid modernity / Adela Abella -- part, II Concerns about Teleanalysis: Ethics, Legalities, Interference -- chapter Seven Thinking ethically about beginning online work / Ernest Wallwork -- chapter Eight Legal aspects of teleanalysis in the United States / Donna Vanderpool -- chapter Nine Teleanalysis: problems, limitations, and opportunities / Lin Tao -- part, III Technology in Training -- chapter Ten The use of technology in clinical supervision and consultation / Janine Wanlass -- chapter Eleven Teaching psychoanalytic psychotherapy and infant observation by video link / David E. Scharff -- chapter Twelve Emergency SMS-based intervention in chronic suicidality: a research project using conversation analysis / Michael B. Buchholz Horst Kächele -- part, IV Technology in Treatment -- chapter Thirteen Occasional telephone sessions in ongoing in-person psychoanalysis / David E. Scharff -- chapter Fourteen Is there a difference between telephone and in-person sessions? / Lea S. de Setton -- chapter Fifteen Technology-stirred projective processes in couple teletherapy / Carl Bagnini -- chapter Sixteen A baby saved: a mother made / Nancy L. Bakalar -- chapter Seventeen Teleanalysis and teletherapy for children and adolescents? / Caroline M. Sehon -- chapter Eighteen Cyberspace as potential space / Yolanda de Varela -- chapter Nineteen One analyst's journey into cyberspace / Glen O. Gabbard.

"Following on from the first volume, this is an international collaboration by psychotherapists and psychoanalysts who consider the impact of virtual reality on our society and the uses of communications technology for analytic treatment and professional training. Having examined the impact of communications technology on mental health and relationships, the authors explore its use in analytical treatment conducted on the telephone and over the internet, and review its problems and possibilities. They provide a multi-faceted view of it, an ethical stance in relation to it, and evidence from which to judge its effectiveness. Looking into the future they imagine a time when technology-supported analytic treatment may be not only convenient as a supplement to in-person treatment but also preferable for some patients and therapists in various circumstances."--Provided by publisher.

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