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Social Sciences
  • Author:
    Jill Salberg
  • ISBN:
    0415994535
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415994538
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  • Publisher:
    Routledge; 1 edition (March 27, 2010)
  • Pages:
    342 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Relational psychoanalysis is a relatively new but increasingly present school in contemporary psychoanalysis.

Relational psychoanalysis is a relatively new but increasingly present school in contemporary psychoanalysis.

In Good Enough Endings, Jill Salberg has given us a treasure. The Relational Perspectives Book Series (RPBS) publishes books that grow out of or contribute to the relational tradition in contemporary psychoanalysis. Psychoanalyses have to end. This has always been understood and more or less accepted by both patients and analysts. The term relational psychoanalysis was first used by Greenberg and Mitchell (1983) to bridge the traditions of interpersonal relations, as developed within interpersonal psychoanalysis and object relations, as developed within contemporary British theory.

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In the relational literature, the subject of termination - the ending of an analysis - has received scant attention, and traditional Freudian or ego-psychological criteria are not always enough to assess the readiness to terminate therapy in the coconstructed, intersubjective analytic relationship. Good Enough Endings seeks to remedy this gap, bringing together contributions from contemporary relational thinkers, while at the same time engaging with ideas from other psychoanalytic perspectives.

This book fulfills Salberg’s (2010) aim to close a significant gap in the literature on termination and to create a focused study of the process. Each of the sixteen chapters of this book, written by experienced writers and scholars mostly coming from contemporary relational perspectives, will be useful for experienced clinical social workers, new professionals and graduate students.

Good Enough Endings seeks to remedy this gap, bringing together contributions from contemporary relational . Learn more about Jill Salberg . Jill Salberg, P.

Good Enough Endings seeks to remedy this gap, bringing together contributions from contemporary relational thinkers, while at the same time engaging with ideas from other psychoanalytic perspectives. is an adjunct clinical associate professor at the NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis and a member of the faculty at the Stephen A. Mitchell Center for Relational Psychoanalysis.

In the relational literature, the subject of termination - the ending of an analysis - has received scant attention, and traditional Freudian o. Topics given consideration include: Can there be a relational criteria or paradigm for termination, and what would it include? How do treatment goals of the analyst and/or that of the patient affect the decision to terminate?

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Bibliographic Citation. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2010.

ABPP is a clinical adjunct associate professor of psychology, faculty member and clinical r at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, faculty and supervisor at the Stephen Mitchell Center for Relational Studies and the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy.

There may be folded page corners; however, pages are in overall good condition. Possible writing on the inside front cover. There is NO highlighting or writing on pages. This book shows normal wear overall. Good Enough Endings: Breaks, Interruptions, and Terminations from Contemporary Relational Perspectives (Relational Perspectives Book Series).

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Buriwield
The infant uses the secure base to venture out into the world and explore. It returns when hungry or hurt, when in need of nurturance. Sometimes a look back brings enough connection that a complete return is not needed. But it also returns to play, and to share joy and accomplishment with the mother. Ideally, as the child grows, the attachment does not fade, but the way these basic needs (dependence and autonomy) are met does undergo change. What do these attachment ideas mean for modern therapy? Is the traditional practice of hard-and-fast termination in line with attachment principles, or does it warrant an upgrade? What does connection over time look like for a "good enough" therapeutic relationship? This books begins to scratch the surface. The chapters are thought-provoking but I think the book questions tradition more than it offers new approaches, which left me wanting more. 4/5
Shak
Not just a collection of standard, familiar views; This book is thought-provoking and fresh. It brings new ideas to what, for many clinicians, is a daunting area of our work.