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When first published this book filled a void in the field. While ego psychology theory still holds a pre-eminent position in clinical social work practice, the field has changed in many ways. In this book, Goldstein addresses these major changes.
Ego mastery & the process of coping & adaptation/ object relations & ego development/client-worker relations.
|Ch. 1||The Scope and Evolution of Ego Psychology||3|
|Ch. 2||The Emergence and Assimilation of Ego Psychology into Social Work Practice||29|
|Ch. 3||The Ego and Its Functions||53|
|Ch. 4||The Ego and Its Defenses||72|
|Ch. 5||Ego Mastery and the Processes of Coping and Adaptation||86|
|Ch. 6||Object Relations and Ego Development||113|
|Ch. 7||The Nature of Ego-Oriented Assessment||143|
|Ch. 8||The Nature of Ego-Oriented Intervention||166|
|Ch. 9||The Nature of the Client-Worker Relationship||200|
|Ch. 10||Ego-Oriented Intervention with Diverse and Oppressed Populations||230|
|Ch. 11||Ego-Oriented Intervention with Special Populations||257|
|Ch. 12||The Diagnosis and Treatment of the Borderline Client||289|