Uncovering the Resilient Core: A Workbook on the Treatment of Narcissistic Defenses, Shame, and Emerging Authenticity

Author(s) : Patricia Gianotti, Author(s) : Jack Danielian

Uncovering the Resilient Core: A Workbook on the Treatment of Narcissistic Defenses, Shame, and Emerging Authenticity

Book Details

  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Published : February 2017
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Category :
    Individual Psychotherapy
  • Catalogue No : 40295
  • ISBN 13 : 9781138183285
  • ISBN 10 : 1138183288
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Uncovering the Resilient Core provides a comprehensive and inclusive methodology that guides the therapist into the nuances and complexities of the therapeutic relationship throughout the entire course of treatment. With its psychodynamic/relational orientation, this workbook is unique in that it begins with character pathology in its widest spectrum and moves in depth to understanding and treating corrosive shame, dissociation, trauma and narcissism, including narcissism s many hidden cultural and dynamic manifestations. The applied nature of this text draws from a wide variety of case examples as well as progressive therapeutic techniques designed to help deepen therapeutic listening skills. Training concepts are organically linked to videotaped treatment examples, with ample discussion questions and case analyses that can be used in your own supervision groups. These videos can be on found on www.routledge.com/book/9781138183285 and serve as companion illustrations closely following the learning points in the text itself.

About the Author(s)

Patricia Gianotti, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist, clinical supervisor, and a founding member and managing partner with Woodland Professional Associates, a group private practice in North Hampton, NH. Dr. Gianotti is a seasoned lecturer and facilitator and has taught at Washington University and the University of New Hampshire. She has presented at various professional conferences, including Division 39 of the APA. Her most recent publication appeared in The American Journal of Psychoanalysis. She lives in North Hampton, NH with her husband, Stephen.

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Jack Danielian, PhD, is a licensed psychologist, supervisor, and Dean of the American Institute of Psychoanalysis of the Karen Horney Center. He is a training and supervising analyst and on the faculty of the Institute. Dr. Danielian has lectured internationally and nationally on psychoanalytic issues, intercultural communication, and intergenerational effects of genocide. He is the author of numerous professional publications and is a contributing author to several books. He and his wife live in Exeter, NH.

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