Erotic Transference and Countertransference: Clinical Practice in Psychotherapy by David MannErotic Transference and Countertransference: Clinical Practice in Psychotherapy by David Mann

Erotic Transference and Countertransference: Clinical Practice in Psychotherapy

EditorDavid Mann

Paperback | April 16, 1999

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Erotic Transference and Countertransferencebrings together, for the first time, contemporary views on how psychotherapists and analysts work with and think about the erotic in therapeutic practice. Representing a broad spectrum of psychoanalytic perspectives, including object relations, Kleinian, Jungian and Lacanian thought, the contributors highlight similarities and differences in their approaches to the erotic in transference and countertransference, ranging from love and sexual desire to perverse and psychotic manifestations.Erotic Transferenceand Countertransferenceoffers ways of understanding the erotic which should prove both useful and thought-provoking.
David Mannis a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and a member of the London Centre for Psychotherapy. He works in private practice and primary care.
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Title:Erotic Transference and Countertransference: Clinical Practice in PsychotherapyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9 × 6.25 × 0.3 inPublished:April 16, 1999Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415184533

ISBN - 13:9780415184533

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements. List of Contributors. Erotic Narratives in Psychoanalytic Practice: and Introduction.Part I:Love and the erotic: developmental issues and their relevance to clinical practice.Part II:Progressive and regressive aspects of the erotic transference and countertransference.Part III:Sexual Abuse and its impact on psychotherapy.

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Drawing on Kleinian, Jungian and Lacanian thought, this book offers useful and thought-provoking ways to understand eroticism. The contributors featured in Erotic Transference and Countertransference use their psychoanalytic perspectives to discuss similarities and differences in their approaches to erotic transference, ranging from love and sexual desire to perverse and psychotic manifestations.