Theory of Psychoanalytical Practice: A Relational Process Approach
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This book makes an original contribution to the study of the psychoanalytic process from a relational point of view, and at the same time serves as a textbook on the theory of technique. It provides a general exposition of the theory of psychoanalytic practice from a process perspective that emphasizes the analytic relationship, the dyadic nature of the psychoanalytic situation, and the impact of unconscious interaction between its two parties, and also includes the author´s personal point of view and contributions on the subject.
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'Theory of Psychoanalytical Practice: A Relational Process Approach is a wonderful tour de force, a journey through the main phases and specific aspects of the psychoanalytic method of treatment. The reader — either a seasoned analyst or a student of this impossible profession — can thus follow this path, under the experienced and elegant guidance of Juan Tubert-Oklander, one of the most distinguished Latin American analysts of our time, who takes advantage of his long practice and teaching skills in order to offer in this book a comprehensive account of the main contributions to the field, including his own views, but always through his ability to see, listen, feel, and write in both a sensitive and precise way. A book to be read over and over again.'
- Cláudio Laks Eizirik, Former President of the International Psychoanalytical Association
About the Author(s)
Juan Tubert-Oklander, MD, PhD, is an Argentine-born Mexican psychoanalyst and group analyst. He is a member of the Mexican Psychoanalytic Association, the Argentine Psychoanalytic Association, the Group-Analytic Society International, and Training and Supervising Analyst in the Institute of the Mexican Psychoanalytic Association. He is author and contributor of numerous books, articles and book chapters.
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