Inside out and Outside in: Psychodynamic Clinical Theory and Practice in Contemporary Multicultural Contextsby Joan N. Berzoff, Laura Melano Flanagan, Patricia Hertz
Pub. Date: 01/28/1996
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
This book updates psychodynamic approaches by adding the essential biological and social perspectives that they often lack. We know that everyone is born with innate, highly individual inner characteristics, some of which are biologically based. These traits—a quickness to anger, an easy smile, a way of being calm or fidgety, a lively curiosity, a tendency to melancholy—are not easily visible, yet they play a crucial role in shaping the course of a person's life. We also know that each of us is born into an outer world with great specifications of its own: time, place, class, race, family, community, country, ethnic group, religion, political-economic climate. An African-American baby, a Korean-American baby, and a Swedish-American baby born on the same day in the same hospital will each be strengthened or assaulted by very different outside forces The authors of this book show how to find value in understanding people's pain and resilience in the context of their internal dynamic struggles, biological make-up, and social realities. They demonstrate how to use this knowledge to create a language of meaning for people's difficulties, and most important, a road to their healing. Inside Out and Outside In provides a guide for understanding and working with the complex inner and outer forces that make up people's lives. A Jason Aronson Book
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Table of ContentsPart 1 Inside Out and Outside In Chapter 3 What Is Psychodynamic Theory? Chapter 4 Who Is This Book For? Chapter 5 A Critical-Thinking Stance Chapter 6 Theory and Culture Chapter 7 How This Book Is Organized Part 8 Drive Theory Chapter 10 Intellectual Traditions Chapter 11 Sociocultural Influences Chapter 12 Freud's Discovery of a Method for Understanding Hysteria Chapter 13 The Beginnings of Conflict Theory Chapter 14 The Evolution of Freud's Understanding of Psychopathology Chapter 15 The Analysis of Dreams Chapter 16 The Role of Self-Knowledge Chapter 17 Drive Theory: A Model of Psychosexual Development Chapter 18 Topographic Theory Chapter 19 Structural Theory: An Introduction Chapter 20 Freud's Theory of the Mind: Revisited Part 21 Structural Theory Chapter 22 Terminology Chapter 23 Freud's Structural Theory Chapter 24 Common Misinterpretations Chapter 25 Overview and Evaluation Part 26 Ego Psychology Chapter 27 Conceptualizations of the Ego Chapter 28 Ego Functions Chapter 29 The Use of Defense Mechanisms Chapter 30 A Hierarchy of Defenses Chapter 31 The Autonomous Ego Functions Chapter 32 Mastery Reconceptualized Chapter 33 Overview and Summary Part 34 Psychosocial Ego Development: The Theory of Erik Erikson Chapter 35 Erikson, the Ego Psychologist Chapter 36 The Eight Ages of Man Chapter 37 Critiques of Erikson Chapter 38 Summary Part 39 Object RelationsTheory Chapter 39 What Is Object Relations Theory? Chapter 40 Beginnings Chapter 41 Basic Concepts Chapter 42 The Nature and Quality of Attachment: "Holding" and Growth—Winnicott Chapter 43 The Internal Object World—Klein, Fairbairn, Guntrip Chapter 44 Early Processes and Defenses Chapter 45 The American School of Object Relations: Separation-Individuation and the Development of Self and Object Constancy—Mahler Chapter 46 A Critique of Object Relations Theory in Its Social Context Chapter 47 Conclusion Part 48 The Theory of Self Psychology Chapter 49 Intellectual and Cultural Contexts for Self Psychology Chapter 50 Theories about Narcissism Chapter 51 The Theory of Self Psychology Chapter 52 A Self Psychological View of Psychopathology Chapter 53 A Critique of Self Psychology in Its Social Context Chapter 54 Conclusion Part 55 The Interpersonal School and Its Influence on Current Relational Theories Chapter 56 Sullivan's Theory of Interpersonal Development Chapter 57 Sullivan's Approach to Treatment Chapter 58 Sullivan's Interpersonal Theory and Its Relation to Current Relational Theories Chapter 59 Conclusion Part 60 Coloring Development: Race and Culture in Psychodynamic Theories Chapter 61 Race and Culture in the Psychoanalytic Tradition Chapter 62 Drive Theory Chapter 63 Ego Psychology Chapter 64 Object Relations Chapter 65 Self Psychology Chapter 65 A Developmental Framework for Understanding Paths of Racial/Ethnic Identity Chapter 66 Cultural Identity and Self-Esteem Chapter 67 Therapeutic Encounters of a Cross-Cultural Kind Part 68 Psychodynamic Theory and the Psychology of Women Chapter 69 Drive Theory Chapter 70 Object Relations Chapter 71 Feminist Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Theories: Self-in-Relation Theory Chapter 72 Ego Psychology Chapter 73 Postmodern Feminist Psychoanalytic Critiques Part 74 The Psychoses, with a Special Emphasis on Schizophrenia Chapter 75 Schizophrenia Chapter 76 Clinical Picture Chapter 77 Neurobiological and Genetic Theories Chapter 78 Psychodynamic Understanding of Schizophrenia Chapter 79 Schizophrenic Anxiety and Its Management Chapter 80 The Defenses Chapter 81 Environmental and Social Factors Chapter 82 Case Example Part 83 Borderline and Narcissistic Personality Disorders Chapter 84 Epidemiological Factors and Classification of Personality Disorders Chapter 85 Critique of the Diagnostic Classification of Personality Disorders Chapter 86 Personality Disorders as a Diagnostic Entity Chapter 87 Borderline Personality Disorder Chapter 88 Narcissistic Personality Disorder Part 89 Other Personality Disorders Chapter 90 Paranoid Personality Disorder Chapter 91 Schizotypal Personality Disorder Chapter 92 Avoidant Personality Disorder Chapter 93 Dependent Personality Disorder Chapter 94 Schizoid Personality Disorder Chapter 95 Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder Chapter 96 Antisocial Personality Disorder Chapter 97 Conclusion Part 98 Biopsychosocial Aspects of Depression Chapter 99 The Experience of Depression Chapter 100 Symptoms of Depression Chapter 101 Drive Theory Chapter 102 Ego Psychology Chapter 103 Object Relations Theory Chapter 104 Self Psychology Chapter 105 Biological Factors Chapter 106 Social Factors Chapter 107 Depression at Different Developmental Levels Chapter 108 Working with Depressed Clients Chapter 109 Conclusion Part 110 Anxiety and Its Manifestations Chapter 111 The Experience of Anxiety Chapter 112 Anxiety and Culture Chapter 113 Anxiety at Different Developmental Levels Chapter 114 Assessing Symptoms at Different Developmental Levels Chapter 115 Generalized Anxiety Disorders Chapter 116 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Chapter 117 Posttraumatic Stress Disorders Chapter 118 Conclusion Part 119 Conclusions
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