Fromm-Reichmann .:. Principles of Intensive Psychotherapy

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Fromm-Reichmann, Frieda, Principles of Intensive Psychotherapy. Chicago 1960.
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Fromm-Reichmann, Frieda,
Principles of Intensive Psychotherapy. Chicago: University Press, 1960. xviii, 245 Seiten mit Literaturverzeichnis und Register. Broschur.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I. THE PSYCHIATRIST: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
I. INSIGHT INTO THE EMOTIONAL ASPECTS OF THE DOCTORPATIENT RELATIONSHIP
II. THE PSYCHIATRIST'S PART IN THE DOCTORPATIENT RELATIONSHIP
1. Listening as a Basic Psychotherapeutic Instrumentality 2. The Psychiatrist's Need for Extraprofessional Sources of Satisfaction and Security 3. Insight into the Interaction of Anxiety in Psychiatrist and Patient
III. THE PSYCHIATRIST'S ATTITUDE TOWARD CULTURAL AND ETHICAL VALUES IN ITS RELATEDNESS TO THE GOALS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
IV. CONSIDERATIONS OF THE PSYCHIATRIST IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TREATMENT SITUATION

PART II. THE PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC PROCESS THE PATIENT AND THE THERAPIST
V. THE INITIAL INTERVIEW
VI. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS ON THE PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC PROCEDURE 69
VII. ASSOCIATIONS, MARGINAL THOUGHTS, PHYSICAL SENSATIONS, AND THEIR USAGE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY 71
1. Associations 71 2. Marginal Thoughts, Physical Sensations 76
VIII. INTERPRETATION AND ITS APPLICATION 8o I. What To Interpret 85 a) Contents or Dynamics 85 b) Transference and Parataxic Distortions 97 c) Security Operations, Resistance 107 d) Intentional Blocking . 118 e) "Acting Out" . I20 2. How To Interpret 127 a) The Process of "Working Through" 140 b) The Central Dynamics of the Patient's Difficulties 145 3. Timing of Interpretations . 15o 4. Interpretation of Special Mental Operations '54 a) Slips and Errors 154 b) Daydreams 157 c) Dreams 161 d) Hallucinations and Delusions 173
IX. How To BEGIN AND How To TERMINATE A PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC INTERVIEW 182
X. TERMINATION OF TREATMENT

PART III. ADJUNCTS TO INTENSIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY 188
XI. THE ATTITUDE OF THE PSYCHIATRIST TOWARD INTERCURRENT EVENTS IN THE LIVES OF THE PATIENT AND OF THE THERAPIST 197 I. Suicidal Attempts 198 2. Death of Close Relatives or Friends 200 3. Pregnancy and Childbirth . 202 4. Engagement, Marriage, and Divorce 205 5. Requests for Advice . 208 6. Severe Iliness and Accidents 209 7. Significant Events in the Life of the Psychiatrist 2I I
XII. CONTACTS WITH RELATIVES . 214

REFERENCE LIST 227
INDEX . 239
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