Beyond the Symbiotic Orbit: Advances in Separation-Individuation Theory: Essays in Honor of Selma Kramer, MD

Beyond the Symbiotic Orbit: Advances in Separation-Individuation Theory: Essays in Honor of Selma Kramer, MD

by Salman Akhtar, Henri Parens

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ISBN-13: 9781134881932
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/13/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 472
File size: 826 KB

About the Author

Salman Akhtar, M.D., is a faculty member of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, and Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University.  He is editor of New Psychiatric Syndromes: DSM-III and Beyond (1983) and coeditor of The Trauma of Transgression (1991).

Henri Parens, M.D., is Training and Supervising Analyst, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, and Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University.  He is author of Dependence in Man (1971) and The Development of Aggression in Early Childhood (1979) and coauthor of Aggression in Our Children (1987).

 

Table of Contents

Introduction - Salman Akhart and Henri Parents
The Prelude, or Growth of an Analyst's Mind - Joseph Rudolph, Leon Madow, LeRoy J.Byerly
Publications of Selma Kramer, M.D.
I. Separation-Individuation Theory: Contrast, Comparison, and Update
1. Separation-Individuatin Theory and the Psychosexual Theory - Henri Parents
2. Mahler and Winnicott: Some Parallels in Their Lives and Works - Thomas Wolman
3. Mahler, Kohut, and Classical Analysts: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations - Estelle Shane and Morton Shane
4. The Stages of Ego Development: Implications for Childhood and Adult Psychopathology - Stanley I. Greenspan
5. Some Comments on Early Development - Otto F. Kernberg
6. Contemporary Infant Research and the Separation-Individuation Theory of Margaret S. Mahler - Patricia A. Nachman
II. Psychopathology as Understood in the Light of Separation-Individuation Theory
7. Contributions of Separation-Individuation Theory to the Understanding of Psychopathology During the Prelatency Years - John McDevitt
8. Transformations in Normal and Pathological Latency - Jules Glenn
9. Separation-Individuation and Adolescence with Special Reference to Character Formation - Louis A. Leaff
10. Adolescence, Sex and Neurosogenisis: A Clinical Perspective - Newell Fisher and Ruth M. S. Fisher
11. Neurosis and Separation-Individuation theory - J. Alexis Burland
12. Psychosomatic Phenomena - Troy L.Thompson II
13. Three Fantasies Related to Unresolved Separation-Individuation: A Less Recognized Aspect of Severe Character Pathology - Salman Akhtar
14. Dyadic Psychopathology and Infantile Eating Disorder: Psychoanalytic Study and Inferences - Harold P. Blum
15. Form and Function in Sexual Perversion: A Contribuiton to the Problem of "Choice" of Perversion - Charles W. Socarides
III. Treatment Implications
16. Treatment of Psychological Disorders of Early Childhood: A Tripartite Therapeutic Model - Eleanor Galenson
17. Construction and Reconstruction: Semantics and Dynamics - Alvin Frank
18. On the Treatment of Preoedipal Pathology - Calvin F. Settlage
19. Treatment Implications of Separation-Individuation Theory in the analysis of Young Adults - Philip J. Escoll
20. Termination and Separation-Individuation - Sydney E. Pulve

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