Tag Archive: psychoanalysis

Fine-Tuning Problems in Relational Psychoanalysis: New Directions in Theory and Praxis

  Return to Journal Articles Jon Mills, Professor, Adler Graduate Professional School, Toronto         Introduction Relational psychoanalysis and the relational psychotherapy movement have become an international phenomenon.  In just over a decade, the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP) went from being a New York based organization to an established international presence …

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Fine-Tuning Problems in Relational Psychoanalysis: New Directions in Theory and Praxis

Jon Mills [1], Professor, Adler Graduate Professional School, Toronto                                                           Abstract Relational approaches to contemporary psychoanalysis and psychotherapy have garnered international appeal for the way they apply to clinical practice …

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A brief history of psychoanalysis: From Freud to fantasy to folly

  Return to Journal Articles Dianna Kenny, Professor, University of Sydney       The genesis of psychoanalysis   Psychoanalysis has had a long gestation, during the course of which it has experienced multiple rebirths, leading some current authors to complain that there has been such a proliferation of theories of psychoanalysis over the past 115 …

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A brief history of psychoanalysis: From Freud to fantasy to folly

Dianna Kenny [1], Professor, University of Sydney                                                             Abstract Psychoanalysis has had a long gestation, during the course of which it has experienced multiple rebirths, leading some current authors to complain …

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The effectiveness of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy: A literature review of recent international and Australian research

Cadeyrn Gaskin [1] Gaskin Research, Victoria, Australia                                                                                               Abstract The purpose of this review …

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Book Review for Petra Bueskens (ed.) Mothering & Psychoanalysis. Clinical, Sociological and Feminist Perspectives

Amanda de Clifford, PhD candidate, University of Western Sydney   Between the routines and rituals of mothering I seek out Petra Bueskens’ collection of essays, reaching for its enigmatic cover that features a woman draped in newspaper text, bearing one breast, holding a glass of water in one hand and a leaf in the other, while …

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Book Review for Petra Bueskens (ed.) Mothering & Psychoanalysis. Clinical, Sociological and Feminist Perspectives

Return to Journal Articles Amanda de Clifford, PhD candidate, University of Western Sydney        Between the routines and rituals of mothering I seek out Petra Bueskens’ collection of essays, reaching for its enigmatic cover that features a woman draped in newspaper text, bearing one breast, holding a glass of water in one hand and a leaf …

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Book Review for Morris Eagle’s Attachment and Psychoanalysis: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications (Guilford Press, 2013)

John Meteyard, Senior Lecturer, Christian Heritage College   As recently as 2001, well known attachment theory researcher and author, Peter Fonagy, noted that there has been a tradition of “bad blood” between the disciplines of psychoanalysis and attachment theory. This unfortunate feud appears to stem back to at least the early 1960s and the now famous dismissal of …

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Book Review for Morris Eagle’s Attachment and Psychoanalysis: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications (Guilford Press, 2013)

Return to Journal Articles John Meteyard, Senior Lecturer, Christian Heritage College   As recently as 2001, well known attachment theory researcher and author, Peter Fonagy, noted that there has been a tradition of “bad blood” between the disciplines of psychoanalysis and attachment theory. This unfortunate feud appears to stem back to at least the early 1960s …

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Book review – Sally Weintrobe (2013). Engaging with climate change: Psychoanalytic and interdisciplinary perspectives. Routledge

Ione Lewis reviews Sally Weintrobe’s edited collection Engaging with climate change: Psychoanalytic and interdisciplinary perspectives exploring how a psychoanalytic perspective can help make sense of our responses to and engagement with climate change…

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Book review – Sally Weintrobe (2013). Engaging with climate change: Psychoanalytic and interdisciplinary perspectives. Routledge

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 Return to Journal Articles Ione Lewis, Professor, Australian College of Applied Psychology   The editor Sally Weintrobe has edited this ground breaking collection on understanding attitudes to climate change. Weintrobe is a practising psychoanalyst and a Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London, who has written and lectured extensively on climate change. Her commitment to fostering …

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