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Mentalizzazione e disturbi di personalità. Una guida pratica al trattamento

Anthony Bateman, Peter Fonagy

editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 520

I fallimenti nella mentalizzazione determinano disregolazione emotiva, impulsività, comportamenti violenti e autodistruttivi
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Psicanalisi e teoria dell'attaccamento

Peter Fonagy

editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 242

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Terapia dinamica interpersonale breve. Una guida clinica

Alessandra Lemma, Mary Target
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editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 266

La terapia dinamica interpersonale è una psicoterapia psicodinamica per il trattamento dei disturbi dell'umore. Più specificamente, la terapia è dinamica perché si preoccupa di aiutare il paziente a comprendere l'interscambio tra la realtà interna e quella esterna rispetto a un pattern relazionale disturbato; è interpersonale perché si concentra non già sulle variabili intrapsichiche, ma sulle relazioni del paziente nella misura in cui si connettono con le sue problematiche attuali, dando origine a sintomi depressivi o d'ansia. Ed è breve perché si propone di raggiungere l'obiettivo entro un limite temporale definito, in linea con le necessità imposte dall'offerta di una terapia psicodinamica nei servizi pubblici e, sempre più, anche nel settore privato, dove aumenta la richiesta di interventi brevi. Il volume definisce in maniera chiara ed essenziale il contesto teorico di riferimento della terapia, accompagnato da dettagliate esemplificazioni cliniche utili per guidare l'intervento del terapeuta. Una preziosa risorsa per i clinici specializzati in psicoterapia psicodinamica che desiderino lavorare entro una cornice a tempo limitato.
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Psicopatologia evolutiva. Le teorie psicoanalitiche

Peter Fonagy, Mary Target

editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 489

Fin dagli esordi, la psicoanalisi ha fornito un contributo fondamentale alla psicologia evolutiva, indagando la dinamica del rapporto madre-bambino. Gli autori passano in rassegna le più importanti teorie psicoanalitiche, da Freud ai più recenti studi sull'attaccamento e sulla funzione riflessiva. Il libro costituisce così un aggiornato manuale, corredato da una ricchissima bibliografia, ma anche l'occasione di ripensare al ruolo che il paradigma psicoanalitico può continuare a svolgere nella riflessione teorica e nella pratica clinica di psichiatri, psicologi e psicoterapeuti.
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Handbook of Mentalizing in Mental Health Practice

Anthony W. Bateman, Peter Fonagy

editore: American Psychiatric Publishing

pagine: 624

Mentalization-based therapy is a specific type of psychotherapy designed to help people consider their own thoughts and feelings and differentiate them from the perspectives of others. The editors are the foremost experts on mentalizing, having published two previous books and a multitude of scholarly papers defining it and describing its multiple clinical applications. Handbook of Mentalizing in Mental Health Practice is by far the most cutting-edge, comprehensive source of information and instruction on this critical therapeutic technique, with everything clinicians need to know to integrate mentalizing into their therapeutic repertoire. The editors maintain that the aim of mentalizing therapy is to enhance a mentalizing process, regardless of the context in which it is being delivered. Thus, while most often employed in individual therapy, it can also be useful in group and family therapy situations. Similarly, it may prove equally effective in inpatient and outpatient contexts, and in standard and brief therapy modes. What is critical is the therapist's focus on the patient's "mind-mindedness" as it applies to his or her subjective experience of reality and to awareness of other people's perspectives. Here are some of the key observations made in this fascinating book: * Evidence suggests that people who have been diagnosed with a personality disorder may have specific deficits in mentalizing in the context of attachment relationships, and that this group transcends the classification of borderline personality disorder (BPD), which the authors had previously identified with such deficits. This has profound implications for treatment of all types of personality disorders.* The authors now see mentalizing as a developmental construct that is extended to the family and throughout an individual's development. This insight suggests that intervention -- and even prevention of deficits -- may be possible.* Because mentalizing is a fundamental psychological process, it interfaces with all major mental disorders. This means that mentalizing techniques may have the potential to improve well-being across a range of disorders, including depression, eating disorders, addiction, and even the less severe forms of antisocial personality disorder.* Adolescence, the phase of development where personality disorder, depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, and other disorders first emerge, is a critical period for identification of mentalizing deficits and the time when intervention can do enormous good. These insights are tremendously useful for any practitioner of psychotherapy, as well as students in the field. Exhaustive in its coverage of the nature, practice, and exciting potential of this relatively new approach, Handbook of Mentalizing in Mental Health Practice is destined to become a classic in the literature of psychotherapy.
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La mentalizzazione nella pratica clinica

Anthony Bateman, Peter Fonagy
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editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 431

Tenendo conto dei risultati delle più recenti ricerche, che sostengono con sempre maggiore evidenza l'efficacia degli interven
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Guida pratica al trattamento basato sulla mentalizzazione. Per il disturbo borderline della personalità

Anthony Bateman, Peter Fonagy

editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 218

II volume fornisce linee guida pratiche e di facile applicazione per il trattamento dei pazienti borderline, per aiutarli a sviluppare una più solida capacità di mentalizzazione nel contesto di una relazione di attaccamento. II testo è corredato di riferimenti teorici essenziali, integrati da precise indicazioni sulle procedure di valutazione e sugli interventi di base per promuovere la mentalizzazione. E naturalmente anche sulle cose da non fare. In appendice sono allegati una check-list da utilizzare nella fase di valutazione e un esercizio di autovalutazione per il clinico, per misurare il grado di aderenza al modello e alla prassi clinica basata sulla mentalizzazione.
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Attaccamento e funzione riflessiva

Peter Fonagy, Mary Target

editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 455

Il volume raccoglie gli scritti di Peter Fonagy e Mary Target, ricercatori che lavorano all'Anna Freud Center di Londra. Fonagy si propone di mettere a confronto e coniugare la ricchezza dell'eredità psicoanalitica con il cognitivismo, la teoria dell'attaccamento e l'infant research. Il volume è articolato in cinque sezioni: attaccamento e psicoanalisi; attaccamento, stati borderline e teoria della mente; giocare con la realtà; aggressività e violenza; psicoanalisi e cambiamento (della tecnica e degli obiettivi del trattamento).
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Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Personality Disorders

A Clinical Handbook

Glen O. Gabbard, John F. Clarkin
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editore: American Psychiatric Publishing

pagine: 485

This handbook is intended for clinicians with a range of expertise who employ a psychodynamic orientation in the assessment and/or treatment of patients with personality pathology. Well documented and articulate, this manual is appropriate for everyone from students of psychotherapy to experienced clinicians seeking to refine their practice. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Personality Disorders: A Clinical Handbook gathers in one place the psychodynamic psychotherapy thinking on each of the Axis II personality disorders. This includes the work of 22 contributing writers in addition to the three primary authors, John F. Clarkin, Ph.D., Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., and Glen O. Gabbard, M.D. The material presented here is available elsewhere but, until now, not all in one place.The focus of the book is the psychodynamic conceptualization, assessment, and treatment of the personality disorders as currently described in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR). Included are 16 chapters in three sections: Defining Personality Pathology, Treatment Approaches, and Research for Future Directions. The background of models of personality and its pathology comprises Section I. Section II contains chapters on the treatment of specific personality disorder constellations. These treatment chapters provide information on the relevant empirical research, patient phenomenology and psychodynamics, treatment strategies, and techniques, woven together with clinical illustrations and vignettes. Section III includes a summary of the existing treatment outcome research and a glimpse of the diagnostic procedures in the near future. Each of the chapter authors has had extensive clinical, and sometimes research, experience with the assessment and treatment of one of the personality disorders described. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Personality Disorders: A Clinical Handbook is, as titled, a practical handbook and guide to clinicians with real-world applications. - Every patient a clinician treats has personality issues, if not a personality disorder. This book provides strategies and techniques for addressing personality issues- DSM-IV-TR is proceeding to DSM-V. This collection of papers provides up-to-date information on how the personality disorders will be handled in the upcoming DSM-V- The authors provide summaries of key concepts and suggested readings of particular value to residents and students in other disciplines The authors suggest that new research and reviews indicate, to the surprise of many, that psychodynamic treatments are effective for these personality disorders, and its impact is as great as, that of cognitive-behavioral treatments.
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Il trattamento basato sulla mentalizzazione. Psicoterapia con il paziente borderline

Anthony Bateman, Peter Fonagy

editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 453

Gli autori presentano il primo resoconto del trattamento basato sulla mentalizzazione per il disturbo borderline di personalità, la cui efficacia è stata dimostrata dalla sperimentazione clinica. Numerosi esempi illustrano le strategie e le tecniche fondamentali e viene fornita un'informazione dettagliata su come applicare la terapia, fondata sulla mentalizzazione nella pratica quotidiana. Rivolto ai professionisti della salute mentale, questo volume segna una nuova direzione nel trattamento dei pazienti borderline.
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Mentalizing in Clinical Practice

Anthony Bateman, Jon G. Allen
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editore: American Psychiatric Publishing

pagine: 403

Mentalizing, the fundamental human capacity to understand behavior in relation to mental states such as thoughts and feelings, is the basis of healthy relationships and self-awareness. A growing evidence base supports the effectiveness of mentalizing-focused interventions in the treatment of borderline personality disorder. This volume explores wider applications, construing mentalizing as a core common factor in the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic interventions that cuts across treatment modalities and theoretical approaches ranging from psychodynamic to interpersonal and cognitive therapies. This book distills the burgeoning literature on mentalizing for clinicians of diverse professional backgrounds. The book is divided into two parts: Understanding Mentalizing fully explicates the concept of mentalizing and its foundations in developmental research and social-cognitive neuroscience; Practicing Mentalizing presents the general principles of psychotherapeutic interventions that promote mentalizing as well as a range of current clinical applications. * Mentalizing is multifaceted -- for example, pertaining to self and others as well as explicit and implicit processes -- and links to myriad overlapping concepts including empathy, metacognition, theory of mind, mindfulness, and psychological mindedness.* Two sides of research on the development of mentalizing in attachment relationships have significant clinical implications: interactions in secure attachment relationships enhance mentalizing and illuminate the conditions of optimal psychotherapeutic relationships; conversely, trauma in attachment relationships undermines the development of mentalizing and eventuates in developmental psychopathology that poses special challenges for psychotherapy.* Neuroimaging is illuminating diverse brain regions that contribute to mentalizing capacity, including a "mentalizing region" in the medial prefrontal cortex that is consistently activated in mentalizing tasks; concomitantly, research on autism and psychopathy attests to the neurobiological basis of psychopathologies in which stable impairments of mentalizing are most conspicuous.* In development and in psychotherapy, mentalizing begets mentalizing, as exemplified by a mentalizing stance that fosters inquisitiveness and curiosity about mental states in oneself and others; basic principles and clinical examples, including the use of transference, demonstrate the spirit and technique of mentalizing, capped off by a patient's first-hand account of mentalization-based treatment for borderline personality disorder.* Attachment trauma is the wellspring of disrupted mentalizing capacity, and a focus on mentalizing provides an integrative framework for psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral treatment of trauma as well as for parenting, family, and social-systems interventions directed toward interrupting the perpetuation of trauma in relationships.* Psychoeducational interventions, including patient education and structured exercises, are employed to cultivate a therapeutic alliance around mentalizing; the book includes a straightforward explanation clinicians can use with patients, "What is Mentalizing and Why Do It?" In the chapter on mentalizing interventions, the authors propose to clinicians, "You are already doing it." If the effectiveness of treatment depends on therapists mentalizing and helping their patients do so more consistently and skillfully, clinicians of all persuasions can benefit from the extensive knowledge now available to hone further their attention to this vital therapeutic process.
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Studi critici su Il poeta e la fantasia

Ethel Spector Person, Peter Fonagy
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editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 218

Volume curato dall'"International Psychoanalytical Association", che presenta uno degli scritti classici di Freud e alcuni saggi critici dei più importanti autori contemporanei. Gli studi su "Il poeta e la fantasia" situano il testo di Freud nel contesto storico e descrivono il significato clinico delle fantasie e dei sogni ad occhi aperti.
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Studi critici su l'amore di transfert

Ethel Spector Person, Aiban Hagelin
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editore: Cortina Raffaello

pagine: 200

Terzo volume della collana di testi curati dall'International Psychoanalytical Association, che presenta uno degli scritti classici di Freud e alcuni saggi critici dei più importanti autori contemporanei. Gli studi su L'amore di transfert sono di: Friedrich Wilhelm Eickhoff, Robert Wallerstein, Roy Schafer, Max Hernandez, Betty Joseph, Merton Max Gill, Fidias Cesio, Jorge Canestri, Takeo Doi e Daniel Stern.
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