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by Jed A. Yalof

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ISBN:
1568217102
Author:
Jed A. Yalof
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jason Aronson, Inc. (April 1, 1996)
Pages:
302 pages
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1155 kb
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Jed Yalof helps us develop this insight and distinguishes himself as a master educator as well as a master .

Jed Yalof helps us develop this insight and distinguishes himself as a master educator as well as a master psychoanalytic clinician in this thorough and keenly insightful volume. For instance, Dr. Yalof’s chapter on course preparation in a part of the book entitled, The Psychodynamics of Teaching Tasks, includes a discussion of how students, or at least the teacher’s fantasies about them, serve as an inner voice that influences all aspects of the teacher’s preparatory activities. In addition, he describes how administrators also function as an inner voice and how the teacher’s identification with teaching role models also affects course preparation.

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Examining the teaching and learning process from a psychoanalytic perspective, this study also considers the metamorphic implications of the educational setting as a holding environment for teacher, student and administrator. It also examines the intensity of the teacher-student relationship. Recently Viewed and Featured.

This book utilizes psychoanalytic theory to conceptualize challenges faced in the teaching and training of doctoral psychology students and the .

This book utilizes psychoanalytic theory to conceptualize challenges faced in the teaching and training of doctoral psychology students and the dilemmas faced in the administration of such a program. The use of psychoanalytic theory to discuss larger institutional dynamics and societal dynamics is highly original and very valuable. The authors provide a textured understanding of the kinds of decisions contemporary professors and administrators face. Yalof, whose tireless efforts to integrate an analytic attitude into teaching and program administration has teamed up with two like-minded colleagues to produce a unique contribution to the academic and psychoanalytic literature.

Specialist training of mental health professionals in the early detection, care and . Accompanies the lecturer's book 'Teaching Mental Health'.

As competency based approaches are now seen as best practice in health workforce development (Hoge et a. 2004) it is appropriate that a set of core competencies expected of mental health professionals working in the fi eld of early psychosis is developed.

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The oral approach is a method in which children to use whatever hearing they get from their surroundings.

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The role of approved mental health professional (AMHP) in the United Kingdom was created in the 2007 amendment of the Mental Health Act 1983 to replace the role of approved social worker (ASW). The role is broadly similar to the role of the approved social worker but is distinguished in no longer being the exclusive preserve of social workers.

Examining the teaching and learning process from a psychoanalytic perspective, this study also considers the metamorphic implications of the educational setting as a holding environment for teacher, student and administrator. It also examines the intensity of the teacher-student relationship.