The Risk of Relatedness: Intersubjectivity Theory in Clinical Practice

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This book employs longstanding psychoanalytic concepts--neutrality, empathy, affect, trauma and the transference--to describe the clinical stance of intersubjectivity theory. This stance eschews formal technical rules, such that the psychotherapeutic process is determined instead by the uniqueness of the intersubjective field and the minute interplay of the two subjectivities involved. Jaenicke reformulates intersubjectivity theory's complexities into the terms of practical psychotherapeutic work to illustrate how depth of ...

The Risk of Relatedness: Intersubjectivity Theory in Clinical Practice 2007, Jason Aronson, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780765705600

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The Risk of Relatedness: Intersubjectivity Theory in Clinical Practice 2007, Jason Aronson, Lanham, MD

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