Город: BostonПодписчиков: 67 ты. себе: Harvard Professor, working on aging
Город: BostonПодписчиков: 67 ты. себе: Harvard Professor, working on aging. Author of Lifespan, the book & newsletter.
Wallin's book "Attachment in Psychotherapy " is by far a text that every .
He outlines the attachment in children and their significant caregiver(s) and how this interaction, which eventually manifest into an intra-action of self and how the individual perceives the world and relationships based on this attachment. David Wallin has elegantly articulated a process that many of us in the psychotherapeutic field have practiced intuitively for many years.
This book meets a vital need for teachers, supervisors, and students involved in any way with dynamic therapy. This is a highly readable book concerning all introductory aspects of psychodynamic psychotherapy. The inclusive, but highly personal, tone leads the reader to rethink many of the issues other texts take for granted.
Patients too can benefit from a simple explanation of how dynamic therapy relates to other treatments and how it works. Covering much of the information needed for the MRCPsych examination, the book is an excellent study and revision tool. A monumental achievement.
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Dynamic psychotherapy explained. 95 September 2000 · Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie.
Books related to Dynamic Psychotherapy Explained. Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience. Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Developmental Psychology and Early Childhood Education. Patricia Hughes, Daniel Riordan. This book places psychotherapy in its context in psychiatry. It outlines the important theories of dynamic psychotherapy, and is packed with clinical examples to illustrate theory and practice.
David Andrew Sinclair AO (born 1969) is an Australian biologist and professor of genetics best known for his advocacy for resveratrol as an anti-aging dietary supplement and potential medication
David Andrew Sinclair AO (born 1969) is an Australian biologist and professor of genetics best known for his advocacy for resveratrol as an anti-aging dietary supplement and potential medication. David Andrew Sinclair was born in Australia in 1969, and he grew up in St Ives, New South Wales. His paternal grandmother had emigrated to Australia following the suppression of the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, and his father changed the family name from Szigeti to Sinclair.