They describe psychodynamic
, cognitive behavioral, and emotion-focused approaches to psychotherapy and emotion.
Beyond offering just a diagnostic classification, the manual also constitutes a comprehensive guide to explain a person's psychodynamic
evaluation, whether or not such a person would have a mental disorder (4).
approaches and human sexuality/relationships have developed a strong and functional relationship now, but this was surely not always the case.
The second edition of "OPD-CA-2 Operationalized Psychodynamic
Diagnosis in Childhood and Adolescence", originally published in German, has now been translated into English.
When applying the concepts of psychodynamic
theory to the understanding of criminal behaviour, one could argue that it results from unresolved mental and internal conflicts (Colarusso & Nemiroff, 2013).
Without the capacity to look within--distinct from intelligence--a patient could struggle with the psychodynamic
approach and could benefit from a more supportive form of psychotherapy.
This text examines child and adolescent development from a psychodynamic
perspective, while remaining within the framework of traditional developmental phases.
This book has a shortcoming in terms of in-depth psychodynamic
explanation of issues of prejudice.
Washington, Jan 28 ( ANI ): Psychotherapy - both cognitive-behavioural and psychodynamic
therapy - helps people with depressive personality traits- chronic melancholics - as much as those without the disposition, a psychologist has found.
From theory to applied techniques, it blends a case history format with stories of psychodynamic
encounters across lifespans, blends histories of theories and treatments, and makes for a lively pick for any psychology collection at either the general or college level.
Inside Out and Outside In: Psychodynamic
Clinical Theory and Psychopathology in Contemporary Multicultural Contexts (3rd ed.).