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, trained first in clinical psychology before qualifying in psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic in London. Subsequently he trained in psychoanalysis at the London Institute of Psychoanalysis and became a member of the 'Independent Group' of analysts. More recently he has studied energy psychology extensively, including Thought Field Therapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Seemorg Matrix, Freeway-CER, Tapas Acupressure Technique, Theta Healing, Healing from the Body Level Up, and Quantum Techniques, and is a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology and a Certification Consultant for The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. He is also a certified trainer of Tapas Acupressure Technique. His previous books have included The Fragile Self; Multiple Selves, Multiple Voices; Remembering Trauma; Releasing the Self: The Healing Legacy of Heinz Kohut; Shame and Jealousy. He works within the National Health Service in Hertfordshire, UK. Dr Mollon is a member of the British Complementary Medicine Association [BCMA].
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