Philip Rubovits-Seitz's A Primer of Clinical Interpretation: Classic and PDF

By Philip Rubovits-Seitz

ISBN-10: 0765703610

ISBN-13: 9780765703613

This primer offers a advisor to medical interpretations for these within the perform of psychotherapy. The e-book is split into components: half I bargains with the classical method of medical interpretation; and half II bargains with advancements seeing that Freud, together with Kohut's self-psychological procedure, Hoffman's dialectical constructivist technique, Roy Schafer's multifaceted method, Donald Spence's radical narrative procedure, the intersubjective strategy and the novel relational approach.

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For example, the following vignette by Ramzy (1974) illustrates both analogic amd repetitive patterns: At a time when a separation from the analyst was imminent, the patient became intensely disturbed about the possibility of losing his cleaning lady. Ramzy suspected that the patient's acute disturbance about losing his cleaning lady was a displacement from deeper concern about the coming separation from him. He based that surmise on having observed and construed similar such reactions in the patient when previous separations had occurred-a repetitive pattern-and also on a pattern of suggestive analogical parallels between the cleaning woman and the therapist: that is, both were in the paid service of the patient; both carried out personal services for the patient; and both seemed to be leaving him.

20, pp. 3-76). London: Hogarth, 1959. Galton, F. (1879-1880). Psychometric experiments. Brain, 2, 149- 162. Rosner, S. (1973). On the nature of free association. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 21, 558-575. Data Processing Question: What is the purpose of processing the clinical data? L e r : To search for clues that can be transformed into latent meanings and determinants. Question: Does this phase of the interpretive process have any similarity to methods in general science?

Deductive inferences reason from the general to the particular. ) The latter example actually includes both deductive and inductive inferences because the observation of the patient's overly aggressive reaction is a form of clinical data. Question: What is an illustration of clinical inference? A P r i m of Clinical Int@retation The case of the "Elvis wannabe" presented in the section on thematization also includes a key inference based on the following set of clues: his "protesting too much" about how lucky and happy he felt about his engagement; the contrast between that attitude and the dream of escaping from prison, which he associated with escape from a previous woman who was overloving toward him; contiguity of that association with the thought that his new fiance is also very loving; the dream image of escaping to Memphis, which he associated with Elvis Presley, whom he admired especially for his free-loving lifestyle; his teasing Beth that they should go to Memphis for their honeymoon and visit the Elvis Presley museum; his telling the dream to Beth, denying that it referred to his relationship with her but then making a slip and calling her Betty.

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