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About the Author
Volume 1: Jeffrey J. Magnavita, Ph.D., ABPP is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and is both a licensed psychologist and marriage and family therapist. He is the founder of the Connecticut Center for Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy and an adjunct professor of clinical psychology at the University of Hartford's Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology.
Volume 2: Terence Patterson, EdD is Director of Training in the Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program at the University of San Francisco, a Diplomat in Family Psychology (ABPP), and 2001 President of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association. His professional focus includes behavioral couple therapy, ethics, and theoretical paradigms.
Volume 3: Robert F. Massey, Ph.D. is a Professor and Director of the Marriage and Family M.S., Ed.S., and Ph.D. Programs in the Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, USA. He is an Approved Supervisor in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and a Certified Transactional Analyst. He writes on and researches integrative systems thinking, couple and family relationships, personality theories, and spirituality in contexts.
Volume 3: Sharon Davis Massey, Ph.D., is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She supervises the clinical work of university students and is an Adjunct Professor in the marriage and family programs at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, USA. Her professional interests center around the development of humans within their evolving contexts, supervision from an interpersonal-systemic frame of reference, and emergent models of scientific inquiry.
Volume 4: Jay Lebow, Ph.D., ABPP is a Senior Staff Therapist and Research Consultant at The Family Institute at Northwestern and Adjunct Associate Professor at Northwestern University. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and Board Certified in Family Psychology. He is the author of over 100 articles and book chapters, primarily dealing with integrative couple and family therapy, research assessing couple and family therapy, the evaluation of mental health treatment, and intervention and assessment in child custody disputes. His research focuses on outcome in couple and family therapy.
Table of ContentsForeword (Leston Havens).
Preface (Florence W. Kaslow).
Chapter 1: Psychodynamic Approaches to Psychotherapy: A Centuryof Innovations (Jeffrey J. Magnavita).
SECTION ONE: PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH CHILDREN.
Chapter 2: The Developmental Basis of PsychotherapeuticProcesses (Stanley I. Greenspan).
Chapter 3: Object Relations Play Therapy (Helen E. Benedict andLara Hastings).
Chapter 4: Infant Mental Health (Jeree H. Pawl and Maria St.John).
Chapter 5: Psychodynamic Approaches to Child Therapy (PeterFonagy and Mary Target).
SECTION TWO: PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNGADULTS.
Chapter 6: Eating Disorders in Adolescence (Cecile RauschHerscovici).
Chapter 7: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with Undergraduate andGraduate Students (Paul A. Grayson).
SECTION THREE: PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH ADULTS.
Chapter 8: Supportive-Expressive Psychotherapy (Lynne R.Siqueland and Jacques P. Barber).
Chapter 9: Brief Psychodynamic Therapy (Ferruccio Osimo,M.D.).
Chapter 10: An Object-Relations Approach to the Treatment ofBorderline Patients (John F. Clarkin, Kenneth Levy and GerhardDammann).
Chapter 11: A Relational Approach to Psychotherapy (J.Christopher Muran and Jeremy D. Safran).
Chapter 12: Mastering Developmental Issues through InteractionalObject-Relations Therapy (Cheryl Glickauf-Hughes and MarolynWells).
Chapter 13: The Activation of Affective Change Processes inAccelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) (DianaFosha).
Chapter 14: Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy of NarcissisticDisorders (Manual Trujillo).
Chapter 15: A Relational-Feminist Psychodynamic Approach toSexual Desire (M. Sue Chenoweth).
SECTION FOUR: PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH FAMILIES AND COUPLES.
Chapter 16: Object-Relations Couples Therapy (Marion F. Solomonand Rita Lynn).
Chapter 17: Self-Object Relationship Therapy with Couples(Michael D. Kahn).
Chapter 18: Relational Psychodynamics for Complex ClinicalSyndromes (Jeffrey J. Magnavita).
SECTION FIVE: GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY.
Chapter 19: Psychodynamically Oriented Group Therapy (William E.Piper, John S. Ogrodniczuk and Scott C. Duncan).
Chapter 20: Psychodynamic/Object-Relations Group Therapy withSchizophrenic Patients (JosÃ© GuimÃ³n).
Chapter 21: Group Therapy Treatment of Sex Offenders (Leslie M.Lothstein and Rosemarie LaFleur Bach).
SECTION SIX: SPECIAL TOPICS.
Chapter 22: Groups in Therapeutic Communities (JosÃ©GuimÃ³n).
Chapter 23: Psychodynamic Treatment for Cardiac Patients (EllenA. Dornelas and Paul D. Thompson).
Chapter 24: Race, Gender, and Transference in Psychotherapy(Mary F. Hall).
Chapter 25: Contemporary Psychodynamics: Major Issues,Challenges and Future Trends (Jeffrey J. Magnavita).