By Crayton E. Rowe Jr., David S. Mac Isaac
Empathic Attunement captures the essence of Kohut's contributions to self psychology and the psychological overall healthiness box. trouble-free, actual, and functional, the authors introduce pupil and skilled clinician alike to the synthesis of Kohut's significant strategies and their scientific purposes. The authors spotlight Kohut's emphasis at the empathic mode of information amassing from in the patient's stories. Kohut considers empathy―the capability to imagine and consider oneself into the internal lifetime of one other person―to be the main instrument of treatment.
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Empathic Attunement captures the essence of Kohut's contributions to self psychology and the psychological overall healthiness box. ordinary, actual, and functional, the authors introduce pupil and skilled clinician alike to the synthesis of Kohut's significant ideas and their medical purposes. The authors spotlight Kohut's emphasis at the empathic mode of information accumulating from in the patient's stories.
Extra resources for Empathic Attunement: The ’Technique’ of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology
Came to see that his powerful grandiose feelings had a "life ot their own7'and were disconnected from his awareness of the meaning of his actions to others. CHAPTER 4 Through the observation of growth in his adult patients and the reconstruction of their early needs, Kohut came to understand that the idealized, mirroring, and later twinship selfobjects were a vital and necessary part of the self's development. Furthermore, he realized that within an optimally empathic milieu, the Functions provided by those selfobjects would gradually become part of the self, leading to a more firm and stable self (structure), as well as an ongoing need for more mature selfobjects.
When she immigrated to the United States, at the age of 20, she met some artists who became her friends and encouraged her to continue sculpting. She took her friends' advice and for the first time began to take courses in sculpting. Whereas Ms. G. was praised by her instructors, and had been offered opportunities to show her work, she thought her art to be inferior. She was certain that she would be humiliated and accused of being a "fraud" if she were to exhibit her work. In the course of her treatment, Ms.
195-197), in his work with a female patient, describes the transference of an early twinshlp experience. This woman became preoccupied with covering the tops of containers during a period preceding Kohut's planned summer vacation. The patient associated to a memory of the loneliness she had felt when she was 6 or 7. At that time her relationship with her grandmother was disrupted when she and her parents moved away. Her grandmother had provided a warmth and closeness that she could not get from her parents.