intrapsychic

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intrapsychic

 [in″trah-si´kik]
arising, occurring, or situated within the mind.

in·tra·psy·chic

(in'tră-sī'kik),
Denoting the psychological dynamics that occur inside the mind without reference to the person's exchanges with other people or events.
Synonym(s): intrapersonal

intrapsychic

/in·tra·psy·chic/ (-si´kik) arising, occurring, or situated within the mind.

intrapsychic

(ĭn′trə-sī′kĭk)
adj.
Existing or taking place within the mind or psyche: intrapsychic conflict.

in′tra·psy′chi·cal·ly adv.

intrapsychic

adjective Referring to that which occurs in the psyche or mind

in·tra·psy·chic

(in'tră-sī'kik)
Denoting the psychological dynamics that occur inside the mind without reference to the person's exchanges with other persons or events.
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Intrapsychically, a child who hears that someone "abandoned him" or "didn't want him" feels a deep sense of devaluation.
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My clinical work with seriously destructive people (Goldberg 1997; 2000) has shown me that the rapist's behavior is intrapsychically reversible for the perpetrator; that is to say, in the rapist's psyche he is both victim and perpetrator.
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The clinical and technical demands in Gestalt psychotherapy may be summarized as finding and skillfully utilizing ways of increasing the client's full involvement and engagement with his own feelings, thoughts and impulses intrapsychically and in relationships.
Intrapsychically, a child's experience that it is not the center of the universe leads to an estrangement between the ego and Self.