• CHF 3.00

Beschreibung des Verlags

As background for a case presentation, two primary sources are used, The shadow of the object: Psychoanalysis of the unthought known by Christopher Bollas (1987) and Psalm 91 from the New International Bible. This story is about transformation, for the patient as well as for the therapist. The movement by the patient from a place of confusion, depression, anxiety and despair to a place of newfound, although not complete, freedom and clarity is detailed with reflections by the therapist who was both witness to and part of this transformation. The movement for the patient is described as transformation from living in the shadow of the object to the shadow of the almighty. For contextual purposes, a summary of some of Bollas' central theoretical ideas are presented as well as a brief exegesis of the biblical reference, Psalm 91. A background of the patient is presented and the history of the clinical journey is chronicled through excerpts from a memory book written by the patient and given to the therapist at the final session of treatment. **********

GENRE
Religion und Spiritualität
ERSCHIENEN
2007
22. März
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
41
Seiten
VERLAG
Rosemead School of Psychology
GRÖSSE
235
 kB

Mehr Bücher von Journal of Psychology and Theology