This book will be of interest to psychotherapists and psychoanalysts, as well as scholars in ethical theory and philosophy.
Author: Robert P. Drozek
What role does ethics play in the practice of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy? For most of its history, psychoanalysis has viewed ethics as a "side issue" in clinical work—occasionally relevant, but not central to therapeutic action. In Psychoanalysis as an Ethical Process, Robert Drozek highlights the foundational importance of ethical experience in the therapeutic relationship, as well as the role that ethical commitments have played in inspiring what has been called the "relational turn" in psychoanalysis. Using vivid clinical examples from the treatment of patients with severe personality disorders, Drozek sketches out an ethically grounded vision of analytic process, wherein analyst and patient are engaged in the co-construction of an intersubjective space that is progressively more consistent with their intrinsic worth as human beings. Psychoanalysis can thus be seen as a unique vehicle for therapeutic and ethical change, leading to a dramatic expansion of agency, altruism, and self-esteem for both participants. By bringing our analytic theories into closer contact with our ethical experiences as human beings, we can connect more fully with the fundamental humanity that unites us with our patients, and that serves as the basis for deep and lasting therapeutic change. This book will be of interest to psychotherapists and psychoanalysts, as well as scholars in ethical theory and philosophy.
In his famous seminar on ethics, Jacques Lacan uses this question as his departure point for a re-examination of Freud's work and the experience of psychoanalysis in relation to ethics.
Author: Jacques Lacan
In his famous seminar on ethics, Jacques Lacan uses this question as his departure point for a re-examination of Freud's work and the experience of psychoanalysis in relation to ethics. Delving into the psychoanalyst's inevitable involvement with ethical questions, Lacan clarifies many of his key concepts. During the seminar he discusses the problem of sublimation, the paradox of jouissance, the essence of tragedy, and the tragic dimension of analytical experience. One of the most influential French intellectuals of this century, Lacan is seen here at the height of his powers.
In this sense, the trajectory of psychoanalytic discourse — as an ongoing ethical process of expressing, listening, and opening — is guided by the voicings of our
erotic embodiment. These “voicings” are the power greater than our egotistic ...
Author: Barnaby B Barratt
In a radically powerful interpretation of the human condition, this book redefines the discipline of psychoanalysis by examining its fundamental assumptions about the unconscious mind, the nature of personal history, our sexualities, and the significance of the "Oedipus Complex". With striking originality, Barratt explains the psychoanalytic way of exploring our inner realities, and criticizes many of the schools of "psychoanalytic psychotherapy" that emerged and prospered during the 20th century. In 1912, Sigmund Freud formed a "Secret Committee", charged with the task of protecting and advancing his discoveries. In this book, Barratt argues both that this was a major mistake, making the discipline more like a religious organization than a science, and that this continues to infuse psychoanalytic institutes today. What is Psychoanalysis? takes each of the four "fundamental concepts" that Freud himself said were the cornerstones of his science of healing, and offers a fresh and detailed re-examination of their contemporary importance. Barratt's analysis demonstrates how the profound work, as well as the playfulness, of psychoanalysis, provides us with a critique of the ideologies that support oppression and exploitation on the social level. It will be of interest to advanced students of clinical psychology or philosophy, as well as psychoanalysts and psychotherapists.
The conjunction of ethical and psychoanalytic perspectives is a natural by-
product of the inherent nature of the two disciplines, each dedicated in its own
fashion to understanding the mental processes and behaviors contributing
optimally to ...
Author: W. W. Meissner
Publisher: SUNY Press
Explores the contributions that psychoanalysis can make to the study of ethics, and vice versa.
Evenwith itssubtitle, Psychoanalysis as an Ethical Process, itstill missed oneof its
main themes– social involvement andactivism– as well asone of itsmain methods
,the movementtoandfro between interpretationand action. Therefore, that ...
Author: U. Hadar
This book considers psychoanalysis as an ethical enterprise, both on the level of the individual in analytic psychotherapy, and on the level of society in the global struggle for human and civil rights. Hadar examines the struggle against the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lives from a Lacanian psychoanalytical perspective.
Author: Agnieszka PiotrowskaPublish On: 2013-10-01
Some of the ethical concerns regarding the documentary process have been
mentioned in Chapter 3. Recently, Bill Nichols, in the new edition of his classic
Introduction to Documentary (2010), also states that the key issue is the
Author: Agnieszka Piotrowska
This distinctively interdisciplinary approach to the subject encompasses filmmaking, psychoanalysis, philosophy and popular culture and offers a unique insight into documentary film practice from a psychoanalytic perspective. At the heart of the enquiry is belief that ‘transference-love’ is present in the documentary encounter. With a focus on testimony-driven film and a foreword by Michael Renov, who calls this book 'a radical and compelling account', Psychoanalysis and Ethics in Documentary Film covers a range of topics including: Four fundamental concepts of psychoanalysis and documentary film A review of documentary film practice A personal account of the author’s relationship with a subject of her own work A thorough interrogation of the ethics of documentary Ideal for film studies scholars, psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and psychotherapeutically engaged professionals, as well as filmmakers, culture studies students and anyone interested in the process of documentary-making and contemporary culture, this work offers a unique approach.
(3) The back-and-forth dialogue between undirected and directed psychological processes creates a field in which more compendious ... This was imagined as
essentially an ethical process, an issue of conscience, not just consciousness.
Author: Murray Stein
Publisher: Open Court
Written by 40 of the most notable Jungian psychoanalysts — spanning 11 countries, and boasting decades of study and expertise — Jungian Psychoanalysis represents the pinnacle of Jungian thought. This handbook brings up to date the perspectives in the field of clinically applied analytical psychology, centering on five areas of interest: the fundamental goals of Jungian psychoanalysis, the methods of treatment used in pursuit of these goals, reflections on the analytic process, the training of future analysts, and special issues, such as working with trauma victims, handicapped patients, or children and adolescents, and emergent religious and spiritual issues. Discussing not only the history of Jungian analysis but its present and future applications, this book marks a major contribution to the worldwide study of psychoanalysis.
The book examines both the unconscious motives for ethical lapses and addresses ways in which such behavior may be prevented.
Author: Anita G. Schmukler
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Incorporated
Ethical Practice in Child and Adolescent Analysis and Psychotherapy: Protecting Safety in a Therapeutic Environment by Anita G. Schmukler, Paula G. Atkeson, Helene Keable, and E. Kirsten Dahl provides a detailed study of ethical dilemmas of the child therapist and the child analyst, whose work with children and their parents presents unique and perplexing problems. The book examines both the unconscious motives for ethical lapses and addresses ways in which such behavior may be prevented. It addresses working with parents, while maintaining privacy for the child, pitfalls for the child therapist and analyst, and ways in which the process of supervision, a cornerstone of clinical training, may lead to departure from ethical principles. Ethical Practice in Child and Adolescent Analysis and Psychotherapy addresses the benefits and risks of presenting and writing about clinical cases, examining the field of working as consultant in custody cases and the role of ethical practice from a historical perspective. Pivotal is the role of the unconscious processes of transference and countertransference, processes that are acknowledged but often not fully comprehended. Contributions on ethics and forensic work by Moisy Shopper, MD, and contributions on ethical writing about psychodynamic work by Denia G. Barrett, MSW.
This book is a unique contribution to the link between individuation and ethics.
Author: Christina Becker
Using Jung's premise that the main causes of psychological problems are conflicts of conscience, Christina Becker takes the reader through the philosophical and spiritual aspects of the ethical dimensions of this individual journey towards wholeness.
ETHICS. IN. ORGANIZATIONS. Glenn. Swagger. There is an ethic embedded
within psychoanalytic theory and treatment. ... This is evident in the role insight is
given in psychoanalytic therapy and in the process of inner change: 'Where id is,
Author: Yiannis Gabriel
Category: Business & Economics
`The book is a good read. Gabriel has an engaging writing style, liberally interspersed with vignettes, cases, and quotes.... While the reader may not agree with some of what Gabriel is espousing, the author presents his material in a non-judgemental manner.... And who knows ? Maybe Gabriel is foreshadowing some new directions in organizational theory and even new research methodology' - Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology This book is a comprehensive and systematic examination of the insights psychoanalysis can offer to the study of organizations and organizational behaviour. Richly illustrated with examples, Yiannis Gabriel's exhaustive study provides fresh understandings of the role of creativity, control mechanisms, leadership, culture, and emotions in organizations. Core theories are explained at length and there is a chapter on research strategies. Extensive reference is made to practical cases, and there is a review of the key debates.
Levinas (1996), the ethical subject is not a conscious subject. Thus he ... 83)
refuses psychoanalysis: The unconscious,initsclandestinity, rehearses the game
playedout in consciousness,namely, the searchfor ... 144) and'the“peace process
”, the process of political peace' (p.197) are executedin the name of the other.
Author: A. Gülerce
Leading international scholars present novel dialogues between different psychoanalytic orientations as well as between the particularities of diverse socio-cultural and historical contexts in order to offer critical insights which are highly relevant to the current intellectual debates and social praxis.
6 w Narrating a Psychoanalytic Case Study Pirkko Lauslahti Graves T. psychoanalytic case study is a special form of narrating lives. It is a narrative of a
dialogue in which one person, the analysand, tells his or her life story, which is
Author: Ruthellen Josselson
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
First-hand accounts of the ideological, moral, emotional and practical complexities that surround the doing of narrative research are offered in this volume. Exploring such issues as: whether work that risks exposing sensitive aspects of peoples' lives can ever be fully ethical; what effect being written about has on people; the line between narrative research and psychotherapy; and the after-effects of this research on the researcher, the contributions reveal the struggles and anxieties that narrative researchers face.
Author: Christopher ChristianPublish On: 2018-05-08
Hoffman, I. Z. (1998). Ritual and Spontaneity in the Psychoanalytic Process: A
Dialectical Constructivist Point of View. ... When not knowing allies with
destructiveness: Global warning and psychoanalytic ethical non-neutrality.
Author: Christopher Christian
This book explores the internal and external boundaries of psychoanalysis. It examines the interrelationships between various psychoanalytic theoretical and clinical perspectives as well as between psychoanalysis and other disciplines.
Author: Angela N. H. CreagerPublish On: 2007-09-03
The Psychoanalytic Case: Voyeurism, Ethics, and Epistemology in Robert
Stoller's Sexual Excitement JOHN ... Their analysis reveals that the process of
their writing obeys the same laws of transference and countertransference as the
Author: Angela N. H. Creager
Publisher: Duke University Press
A comparison of the use of model systems and exemplary cases across fields in the natural and social sciences.
Author: Professor of Constructive Theology Catherine KellerPublish On: 2002-05-09
Language-critical, psychoanalytic, deconstructive, and ethical reasons underly
this process of dissociating theology from ontology. The language-critical reason:
"God" is the expression of general notions (like "the world"); thus, "God" is a ...
Author: Professor of Constructive Theology Catherine Keller
Publisher: SUNY Press
Leading scholars explore the relationship between deconstructive theory and process thought.
psychoanalysis has no ethics, but rather that the ethical position of psychoanalysis is centred on suffering and sees the ... Regarding life as a finite process gives it concrete meaning, which should be understood through mortality
Author: Havi Carel
Life and Death in Freud and Heidegger argues that mortality is a fundamental structuring element in human life. The ordinary view of life and death regards them as dichotomous and separate. This book explains why this view is unsatisfactory and presents a new model of the relationship between life and death that sees them as interlinked. Using Heidegger's concept of being towards death and Freud's notion of the death drive, it demonstrates the extensive influence death has on everyday life and gives an account of its structural and existential significance. By bringing the two perspectives together, this book presents a reading of death that establishes its significance for life, creates a meeting point for philosophical and psychoanalytical perspectives, and examines the problems and strengths of each. It then puts forth a unified view, based on the strengths of each position and overcoming the problems of each. Finally, it works out the ethical consequences of this view. This volume is of interest for philosophers, mental health practitioners and those working in the field of death studies.
The social body as a transitional dynamic is supported by the process of
idealization known from Tales of Love and the ... This limitation of her ethics of psychoanalysis is demonstrated, below, by means of a reductio ad absurdum
Author: Sara Beardsworth
Publisher: SUNY Press
A comprehensive examination of Kristeva's work from the seventies to the nineties.
The Ethical Foundation of Clinical Practice Mitchell Wilson. Theory Psychology, 5
: 195–215. Webster, J. (2011), The Life and Death of Psychoanalysis, London:
Karnac Books. Weiss, J. (1993), How Psychotherapy Works: Process and ...
Author: Mitchell Wilson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Literary Criticism
Mitchell Wilson explores the fundamental role that lack and desire play in psychoanalytic interpretation by using a comparative method that engages different psychoanalytic traditions: Lacanian, Bionian, Kleinian, Contemporary Freudian. Investigating crucial questions Wilson asks: What is the nature of the psychoanalytic process? How are desire and counter-transference linked? What is the relationship between desire, analytic action, and psychoanalytic ethics?
The existence of repression has remained controversial for more than a century,
in part because of its strong coupling with trauma and the ethical and practical
difficulties of studying this process in controlled laboratory experiments.
Author: Mauro Mancia
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Recent scientific studies have brought significant advances in the understanding of basic mental functions such as memory, dreams, identification, repression, which constitute the basis of the psychoanalytical theory. This book focuses on the possibility of interactions between psychoanalysis and neuroscience: emotions and the right hemisphere, serotonin and depression. It is a unique tool for professionals and students in these fields, and for operators of allied disciplines, such as psychology and psychotherapy.