The Fragile Self: The Structure of Narcissistic Disturbance
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The author argues that psychoanalysis requires an adequate theory of self in order to address effectively those states of mind in which a disturbed sense of self is prominent. He discusses disorders of the self from a variety of standpoints, drawing particular attention to the work of Kohut.
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Phil Mollon, PhD, is a psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist, and energy psychotherapist. He is well-known as a writer and speaker on topics including shame, trauma, dissociation, self-psychology, and EMDR – and has pioneered the development of Psychoanalytic Energy Psychotherapy. With 40 years of clinical experience, in both the British National Health Service and private practice, he has explored many different approaches, always seeking better ways of helping those who are troubled with mental health problems. His work remains rooted in psychoanalysis, whilst also incorporating neurobiological, cognitive, and energetic perspectives.
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