Families in Transformation: A Psychoanalytic Approach

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Families in Transformation: A Psychoanalytic Approach
Families in Transformation: A Psychoanalytic Approach by Anna Maria Nicolo and Pierre Benghozi
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1780491115 | 352 pages | PDF | 1 MB


Families in Transformation is a collection of essays by eminent scholars on the psychoanalysis of couples and families and provides a wide ranging and articulated picture of the current situation in Europe. The reader will find various psychoanalytical models applied in it: from object relations theory to group analysis to the theory of links, encountering the lively and rich French, Italian, and British schools at work in different settings. Themes range from myths to secrets, to incest and the brotherly dimension of families; from adoptive families to the conflicts over separation, in addition to papers discussing perverse and violent couples.

The book shows how it is possible to put together the understanding of the individuals internal world with the interpersonal dynamics of families, their bonds and relations expressed in somatic and active terms at the inter- and trans-generational level. Benghozi, Eiguer, Kaës, Lemaire, Lucarelli, Nicolò, Norsa, Perez Testor, Ruszczynski, Robert, and Tavazza are some of the experienced clinicians included in this collection.

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