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Author Marshall, Robert J., Ph. D.

Title Resistant interactions : child, family, and psychotherapist / Robert J. Marshall
Edition First softcover edition
Published Northvale, N.J. : J. Aronson, 1997


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 MELB  618.92 Mar/Ric  AVAILABLE
Description 231 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Series Master work series
Master work series.
Contents 1. On the History of the Concept of Resistance -- 2. On Resistance in the Treatment of Children, Adolescents, and Parents -- 3. Resistance: Definition and Interventions with Joining Techniques -- 4. The Rationales and Parallels -- 5. The Resolution of Resistances of Certain Character Types: A Form of Character Analysis -- 6. On the Concepts of Resistance and Countertransference in Parental Guidance and Family Therapy -- 7. The Resolution of Resistances in the Family: The Clinical Sequence and Sequence Therapy -- 8. Failure-Inducing Patients and Families -- 9. Countertransference in the Psychotherapy of Children and Adolescents
Summary In this original work, Robert Marshall demonstrates numerous approaches to helping hard-to-treat patients. He shows how to facilitate treatment with joining techniques such as mirroring, echoing, and reflection, and how the innovative concept of sequence therapy - a systematic analysis of child, adult, and familial resistance - and counter-transference exploration can vastly improve a difficult therapeutic process. Resistant Interactions is a useful resource for clinicians with challenging patients, that is, for every clinician
Notes Originally published: New York, N.Y. : Human Sciences Press, c1982
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 202-219) and indexes
Subject Child psychotherapy.
Family psychotherapy.
Resistance (Psychoanalysis)
Countertransference (Psychology)
Transference (Psychology)
Psychoanalytic Therapy.
Countertransference (Psychology)
Psychoanalytic Therapy.
Transference (Psychology)
LC no. 96007483
ISBN 1568218605 (acid-free paper)