Coparticipant Psychoanalysis: Toward a New Theory of Clinical Inquiry by John Fiscalini

Coparticipant Psychoanalysis: Toward a New Theory of Clinical Inquiry

byJohn Fiscalini

Kobo ebook | August 7, 2012

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-- Elizabeth Goren, Ph.D., chair, Interpersonal Orientation, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

John Fiscalini is a training and supervising analyst and faculty member at the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology; director of clinical training at the Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis; and an associate clinical professor at the New York University postdoctoral program in psychoanalysis...
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Title:Coparticipant Psychoanalysis: Toward a New Theory of Clinical InquiryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 7, 2012Publisher:Columbia University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0231507267

ISBN - 13:9780231507264

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Coparticipation
Coparticipation and Coparticipant Inquiry
The Core Principles of Coparticipant Inquiry
The Evolution of Coparticipant Inquiry in Psychoanalysis: A Comparative Study
The Self
The Multidimensional Self
Clinical Dialectics of the Self
Narcissism
The Self and Narcissism
Clinical Narcissism: Psychopathology of the Self
Coparticipant Inquiry and Narcissism
The Analytic Working Space
Narcissistic Dynamics and Coparticipant Therapeutics: Further Considerations
Explorations in Therapy
Openness to Singularity: The Facilitation of Aliveness in Analysis
Coparticipant Transference Analysis: Observations and Conjectures
The "Living Through" Process: The Experiential and Relational Foundations of Therapeutic Action

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In this well written and scholarly book, John Fiscalini extends interpersonal and relational theories of therapeutic action. Built on the seminal work of his mentor, Benjamin Wolstein, Fiscalini elaborates a most original way of conceptualizing psychoanalytic interaction, subtly navigating some of the shortcomings of more traditional explications of praxis. His coparticipant psychoanalytic model privileges the idiosyncratic humanity and the unique individuality of both parties in the analytic dyad. This challenging and exciting book merits wide readership among analysts representing all schools of though and all levels of clinical experience.