By Mario Marrone
Attachment and interplay is an obtainable advent to the heritage and evolution of attachment conception, which lines the early roots of attachment conception from the paintings of its writer John Bowlby via to the newest theoretical advancements and their scientific functions.
Mario Marrone explores how attachment thought can tell the way therapists paintings with their sufferers, and what the sensible implications are of utilizing such an technique. by means of bringing jointly own anecdotes from his personal reports as Bowlby's supervisee with transparent reasons of Bowlby's principles, Marrone creates a memorable and fascinating account of attachment conception. This new, up to date version contains references to bereavement, sexuality and the applying of attachment-based ideas to person, relations and crew psychotherapy.
This transparent exposition of attachment conception is proper and invaluable studying for trainees and working towards person and workforce psychotherapists, kinfolk therapists and psychological health and wellbeing pros – in addition to an individual with an curiosity in John Bowlby and the evolution of psychotherapy.
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The greatest emphasis in terms of early development is placed on food and orality. Furthermore, the death instinct is given an extraordinary significance as the source of primitive envy, projection and early perceptual distortions of the significant other. In this context most psychic processes are seen as autogenic (mainly coming from inside the individual), and interpersonal life, rather than having its own inherent status, is conceptualized as an epiphenomenon of internally generated psychic events.
Attachment and interaction : from Bowlby to current clinical theory and practice / Mario Marrone. -- Second edition. pages cm Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-84905-209-2 1. Attachment behavior. 2. Attachment behavior in children. 3. Parent and child. 4. Object relations (Psychoanalysis) 5. Psychoanalysis. I. Title. 9’2--dc23 2013047026 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 978 1 84905 209 2 eISBN 978 0 85700 444 4 CONTENTS Chapter 1John Bowlby Chapter 2Attachment Theory Chapter 3Empirical Research and Clinical Observations: Intersecting Points Chapter 4The Evolution of Attachment Theory Chapter 5On Representational Models Chapter 6Assessment of Attachment Representations Chapter 7Dysfunctional Parenting Chapter 8Meetings and Divergences in the Context of Psychoanalytic Theory Chapter 9On Transference: Background Aspects Mario Marrone and Nicola Diamond Chapter 10Ghosts on the Couch: A Clinical Exploration of Identification with Maltreating Parents Across Generations Chapter 11Application of Attachment Theory to Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Chapter 12On Iatrogenia: When the Wrong Clinical Intervention Causes Harm Chapter 13Attachment Theory and Group Psychotherapy Chapter 14Psychotherapeutic Resources in General Psychiatry Chapter 15Towards an Attachment-Informed Approach to Intermodal Psychotherapy Chapter 16On Bowlby’s Legacy: Further Explorations Nicola Diamond REFERENCES SUBJECT INDEX AUTHOR INDEX CHAPTER 1 John Bowlby Introduction Perhaps the best way of introducing attachment theory is to talk first about John Bowlby, its creator.
It may be of interest to note here that John Bowlby and Evan Durbin wrote a book together: Personal Aggressiveness and War (1939). Their objective was to try to explain the rise of fascism, especially in Germany. Durbin wrote from a socio-economic perspective and Bowlby from the psychological point of view. Colin Murray Parkes continues: Thus, in 1935, while responding to a paper by Melanie Klein, [Bowlby] reported that he had seen several depressed patients who had suffered recent bereavements.