2 edition of Psychodynamic studies on ageing found in the catalog.
Psychodynamic studies on ageing
by International Universities
Written in English
|Statement||edited by S. Levin and R.J. Kahana.|
|Contributions||Kahana, R. J., Boston Society for Gerontologic Psychiatry.|
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Psychotherapy can be used as either a primary or an adjunctive method of treatment, depending on the elderly patient and the presenting problem. There has been a gradual increase in our knowledge of the psychological characteristics of aging and elderly persons as well as in our experience of conducting geriatric psychotherapy. This chapter begins with an overview of the contrasting phenomena that need to be reconciled within the sociology of ageing. It stresses respects in which ageing itself is a social phenomenon, arguing that they reveal deep social ambiguities and contestations in connection with the human life-course. It then examines both threats and resources associated with globalised aspects of Author: Ricca Edmondson.
How can we work effectively with older people? What contribution can be made by the field of psychodynamics? It is now recognised that older adults can benefit from psychodynamic therapy and that psychodynamic concepts can help to illuminate the thorny. It is now recognised that older adults can benefit from psychodynamic therapy and that psychodynamic concepts can help to illuminate the thorny issues of aging and the complications of later life. Talking Over the Years begins by examining how ideas of old age are represented by the key psychodynamic theorists of the twentieth century including.
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This is a great book for clinicians who want to use psychodynamic theory with the elderly.” (Gary B. Kaniuk, Doody’s Review Service, June, ) "This is a straightforward read, offered to present-day medical practi- tioners and mental health /5(7).
This was pretty good, although its a small book with incredibly small print. It it's just as much about illness in the non-aged as it is about aging.
I learned a few things, other parts were review. Overall I'd recommend it, especially if you work a lot with the ill or elderly and have a psychodynamic sensibility (or are at least open to it)/5(7). Psychodynamic Practice Individuals, Groups and Organisations Vol - Issue 3.
CrossRef citations to date Altmetric Book Reviews Is it too late. Key papers on psychoanalysis and ageing. Mark Arden. Pages Published online: 09 Jul Author: Mark Arden.
Breuer, J., Freud S. () Case histories: Fraulein Anna O. in Studies on Hysteria, Standard Edition (The invention of the “talking cure.”) Freud, S. () The method of interpreting dreams: An analysis of a specimen dream, inFile Size: 60KB. Psychodynamic Perspectives on Aging and Illness, Second Edition is a must have for all caring for aging individuals.
Her extensive research sheds insight and light into the lives of the aging and in particular those that are ill/5. "In Psychodynamic Perspectives on Aging and Illness, Tamara McClintock Greenberg provides the medical and psychological community with an Author: Tamara Mcclintock Greenberg.
This book is a resource material for building the capacity of church leaders in the provision of care and support for the ageing population in Africa. All who read this book will find it inspiring, full of deep thoughts, and a challenge to the church and state, thereby provoking sensitivity to the needs of the ageing population in Africa.
This book offers practical, concrete advice for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and psychiatric nurses who work with older adults. Step-by-step, the book reveals how clinicians can structure the first-and often the only-fifty-minute session to meet the special psychological needs of older adult clients.
The phenomena of transference and projection, although solidly accepted in the analytical and psychodynamic schools of psychology in which they originated, are nevertheless complex and often misunderstood concepts. Yet some claim that projection is the single most important phenomenon in psychotherapy.
Psychodynamic therapy is based on a psychoanalytic approach drawing on concepts of human development, relationships and experience. Psychoanalysis is both a technique of investigation and a theory of treatment, and it can help us understand aspects of clinical practice, for example the sometimes apparently irrational responses of patients, families or staff.
Sidney Levin and Ralph J. Kahana (Eds). Psychodynamic studies on ageing Hans Dieckmann: Probleme der Lebensmitte—Krise, Umkehr, Neubeginn. Psychodynamic Model, The Model's Developmental Processes, And Use In Assessment And Treatment Psychodynamic Model A large proportion of this research relied on historical data.
Most of the data originated from institutions that take care of. This paper reports a naturalistic study of the effectiveness of individual psychodynamic psychotherapy provided in routine clinical practice. Method The. Psychodynamic Model, The Model's Developmental Processes, And Use In Assessment And Treatment Psychodynamic Model A large proportion of this research relied on historical data.
Most of the data originated from institutions that take care of the aged, books, and journal articles. Tweet Share 0 Reddit Pocket LinkedIn 0 Email Marna attended counselling to try to do “something” with her memories of child abuse that currently seem to be affecting her life.
She attended twelve appointments over a six-month period. In this scenario, the professional counsellor uses an eclectic approach incorporating Humanistic, Psychodynamic, Cognitive. Drawing on literary studies, cultural studies, education, clinical psychology, psychiatry, nursing and gerontology, this book is a fascinating contribution to the emerging area of the medical and health humanities.
The book will be of interest to those living with dementia and their caregivers as well as to the academic community and policy makers.
In this important new book, three leading social theorists of old age present a critical review of key theoretical developments and issues influencing the study of adult ageing. The authors explore contemporary trends in social policy drawing on the experience of ageing in the USA, Europe and an increasingly global environment.
Particular attention is given to feminist perspectives on. week to older adults, and 70% of practicing psychologists provide some services to older adults.
Studies show that the majority of students in psy-chology doctoral training are interested in working with and expect to provide clinical services to older adults during their careers.
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Aging and Mental Health, Third Edition is an ideal text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, for service providers in psychology, psychiatry, social work, and counseling, and for clinicians who are experienced mental health service providers but who have not had much experience working specifically with older adults.Psychodynamic Approaches to the Experience of Dementia: Perspectives from Observation, Theory and Practice demonstrates the impact of healthcare approaches that take into account not only the practical needs but also the emotional experience of the patient, their partners, families and friends, lay carers and professional staff.Abnormal psychology is a division of psychology that studies people who are "abnormal" or "atypical" compared to the members of a given society.
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