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2014, 2nd edition., Relational perspectives book series, ISBN 0415640695, Volume 56, xii, 196
...? What happens to the analyst's subjectivity when she tries to hold? In Holding and Psychoanalysis... 
Holding (Psychoanalysis) | Psychotherapist and patient
Book
1996, Relational perspectives book series, ISBN 9780881632002, Volume 5, 194
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01/2013, ISBN 9780203728109
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09/2017, Relational Perspectives Book Series, ISBN 1138943460, 276
Reconsidering the Moveable Frame in Psychoanalysis explores the idea of ‘the frame’ at a time when this concept is undergoing both systematic revival and widespread transformation... 
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy | bodies | containing | Freud | psychotherapy | countertransference | containment | holding | transference | cyberspace | Psychoanalysis | frame | violence
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2014, 2nd ed., Relational perspectives book series, ISBN 0415640695, Volume 56
Web Resource
1999, New library of psychoanalysis, ISBN 9780415205191, Volume 34, 216
This is a problem almost all practising psychoanalysts will face at some time in their career, yet there is very little in the existing literature which offers... 
Holding (Psychoanalysis) | Object relations (Psychoanalysis) | Psychodynamic psychotherapy | Psychoanalysis
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The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, ISSN 0033-2828, 10/2018, Volume 87, Issue 4, pp. 767 - 807
... by Robert Hinshelwood and Jan Abram at the University of Essex (and co-sponsored by the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London) in 2013, (Abram and Hinshelwood 2018... 
Bion | History of comparative psychoanalysis | Klein | "holding," "container/contained," group dynamics | Winnicott | theory of maternal environmental provision | “holding,” “container/contained,” group dynamics | "container/contained " | TRANSITIONAL OBJECTS | group dynamics | PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | "holding" | THINKING | INFANTS
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2014, ISBN 0415640695, 204
...? What happens to the analyst's subjectivity when she tries to hold? In Holding and Psychoanalysis... 
Psychoanalysis | Holding (Psychoanalysis) | Psychotherapist and patient
eBook
Psychoanalytic Psychology, ISSN 0736-9735, 2014, Volume 31, Issue 3, pp. 375 - 395
This study, based largely on interviews with people who had known D. W. Winnicott, including 6 who had been in analysis with him, describes how he conducted psychoanalysis... 
Holding | Regression | Interpretation | Object-usage | Winnicott | object-usage | holding | PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | interpretation | regression | PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL
Journal Article
2014, 2nd edition., Relational Perspectives Book Series, ISBN 9780415640701
...? What happens to the analyst's subjectivity when she tries to hold? In Holding and Psychoanalysis... 
Holding (Psychoanalysis)
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Psychoanalysis, Self and Context, ISSN 2472-0038, 04/2019, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp. 137 - 145
This commentary of Maduro's "In Defense of Illusion: Creative Agency, or the Imagination, in the Tolerance of Existential Anxiety and Grief" underscores the... 
trauma | paradox | relationality | intersubjectivity | contextualism | Tolerance | Holding | Grief | Anxiety | Imagination | Psychoanalysis
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The International Journal of Psychoanalysis: IJP Centenary Special Issue, ISSN 0020-7578, 11/2019, Volume 100, Issue 6, pp. 1439 - 1454
... and Field Theory emerged, Kleinian theory further expanded, and new theoretical developments in North America took hold, psychoanalysis needed a metaphoric ecology... 
PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | HOLDING ENVIRONMENT | ANALYST | OBJECT | Theory | Psychoanalysis
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Journal für Psychoanalyse (Internet), ISSN 1613-4702, 12/2015, Issue 56
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Psychoanalytic Dialogues, ISSN 1048-1885, 05/2017, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp. 282 - 299
... psychoanalysis will effect (Slochower, 2006/2014c). Implicit in our vision are corresponding notions of our ideal patient/process and of what's problematic.Most often... 
ATTACHMENT | PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | HOLDING ENVIRONMENT | COUNTERTRANSFERENCE | RELATEDNESS | PERSPECTIVE | OBJECT RELATIONS | SELF | INFANT | ENACTMENTS | INTERPERSONAL PSYCHOANALYSIS
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Psychoanalytic Inquiry: The Intersection of Psychoanalysis and Humanistic Values, ISSN 0735-1690, 05/2020, Volume 40, Issue 4, pp. 223 - 233
Utilizing the author's personal experience and applying psychoanalytic theory, this article explores the similarities and differences between the rise of... 
PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | PSYCHOANALYSIS | Victims | Fascism | Psychology | Articles | Psychoanalytic theory | Psychological needs | Holding | Ego | Perpetrators | Morality | Psychoanalysis | Internalization | Psychological development
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Psyche (Stuttgart), ISSN 0033-2623, 03/2020, Volume 74, Issue 3, pp. 165 - 206
The author examines D.W. Winnicott's multi-layered, dialogue with the London Klein group, most particularly with W.R. Bion and their respective views on the... 
history of psychoanalysis | PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | "holding" | Winnicott | INFANTS | BABY | Bion | Klein | "container/contained"
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Psychoanalytic Inquiry: Reflections on Jane Lewis's "Bodies in Dialogue: Empathic Connectedness in the Realm of the Unspeakable", ISSN 0735-1690, 10/2018, Volume 38, Issue 7, pp. 541 - 546
In the therapeutic process that unfolds between her patient and Jane Lewis we find references to a therapist's attitude that points to a relational stance; in... 
PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | Psychoanalysis | Therapeutic approaches | Words | Subjectivity | Professional attitudes | Holding | Abandonment | Therapists
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Contemporary Psychoanalysis, ISSN 0010-7530, 10/2013, Volume 49, Issue 4, pp. 606 - 628
I offer a retrospective view of the evolving baby metaphor in relational thinking. Early relational critiques of developmental tilt models and the concept of... 
relational theory | holding | intersubjectivity | developmental tilt | Winnicott | patient as baby | Developmental tilt | Intersubjec-tivity | Holding | Patient as baby | Intersubjectivity | Relational theory | ATTACHMENT | PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOANALYSIS | PSYCHIATRY | OBJECT RELATIONS | HOLDING ENVIRONMENT | MEMORY | SYSTEMS | INFANT | ANYWAY | TRAUMA
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