|Publisher:||Macmillan Education UK|
|Product dimensions:||5.43(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.02(d)|
About the Author
MARK MORRIS is a Psychoanalyst who has worked with personality disorder in different settings, including hospitals and prisons, for the past fifteen years. He currently leads a medium secure personality disorder service in Kneesworth House in Cambridgeshire, UK.
Table of Contents
The Semiotics of Aggression and Violence.- Psychoanalytic Theories of Aggression and Violence.- Aggression, Violence, Attachment and Psychopathy.- Towards a Theory of Aggression and Violence.- Types of Aggression and Violence.- Aggression, Normal Development and Transference.- Aggression, Violence, Pathology and Transference.- Aggression, Violence and Countertransference.- Aggression, Violence and Sexuality.- Aggression and Violence against the Self.- Aggression, Violence, Institutions and Groups.- Some Incomplete Reflections upon Aggression and Violence.- References.
What People are Saying About This
This lively psychoanalytic overview of aggression and violence is both informed and informative...the authors present a number of helpful viewpoints on a range of topics.' - Dr Paul Crawford, Mental Health Practice
...[A] stimulating and useful book...Both authors bring extensive professional experience of working with aggressive and violent clients, in the fields of child abuse, personality disorder, sexual deviancy and forensic psychiatry.' - Jenny Duckham, Journal of Analytical Psychology