First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
About the Author
Paul Holmes is a Fellow of the American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama and a recipient of their David A. Kipper’s Scholar's Award. He was a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, adult psychotherapist and he was the first Chair of the British Psychodrama Association. He worked in community child and adolescent mental health teams for many years with a specialist interest in the services for fostered and adopted children. He has a long-standing interest in integrating the theories and clinical practices of different schools of psychotherapy, with a more recent focus on the applications of attachment theory.
Table of Contents
Holmes, Introduction to the Classic Edition, Object Relations Theory and Attachment Theory Introduction: Psychodrama and Psychoanalytic Theory, The Director's Assessment: Systems Within Systems, Repetitions and the Transference, The Inner Object World, Relationships and Roles, The Inner World and the Drama of Psychotherapy, The Countertransference, Psychological Defence Mechanisms, Conflicts and Anxiety: Holding and Containment, Playing and Reality, The Dynamics of the Group, How Does Psychodrama Change People? Bibliography, Psychodrama Bibliography.