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E examples with theoretical insights and clinically significant research chapters cover assessment of client temperament developmental issues defenses affects identifications relational patterns self esteem needs and pathogenic beliefs Winner Gradiva Award National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalys. For every beginning practitioner that would like to get deeper into the psychological evolution this is a wonderful choice

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Psychoanalytic Case Formulation

Mation to guide and inform treatment decisions McWilliams shows that while seasoned practitioners rely upon established diagnostic categories for record keeping and insurance purposes their actual clinical concepts and practices reflect inferential subjective and intuitive processes Interweaving illustrative cas. Must read book for the beginners psychotherapists and psychology consultants

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What kinds of uestions do experienced therapists ask themselves when facing a new client How can clinical expertise be taught From the author of the landmark Psychoanalytic Diagnosis this book takes clinicians step by step through developing an understanding of each client's uniue psychology and using this infor. Highly engaging rich read McWilliams writing is so easy to take in personal and astute her experience is evident Provides some map for making sense of and proceeding along the path that is therapy with another Speaks to the limitations of working from diagnosis over a broader case formulation And from a two person psychology framework notes understanding one s own psychology as central to working as a therapistI d recommend this to any helping professional regardless of orientation indeed she graciously makes links between psychoanalytic approach and various other schools of thought


10 thoughts on “Psychoanalytic Case Formulation

  1. says:

    Highly engaging rich read McWilliams writing is so easy to take in personal and astute her experience is evident Provides some map for making sense of and proceeding along the path that is therapy with another Speaks to the limitations of working from diagnosis over a broader case formulation And from a two person psychology framework notes understanding one's own psychology as central to working as a therapis

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    My supervisor recommended this book last semester as a way for me to get a better handle on case formulation While I almos

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    Nancy McWilliams is the GOAT She is where I would point anyone looking for a solid digestible sufficiently in the weeds grasp of contemporary psychoanalytic practice and theory As an overview you could do worse than just s

  4. says:

    it's uite amazing how well McWilliams explains the necessary elements of a successful dynamic formulation she offers coherent examples from her own clinical and personal experience which really makes the process come alive

  5. says:

    Must read book for the beginners psychotherapists and psychology consultants

  6. says:

    This is a wonderful and updated perspective to psychoanalytic theory that allows a deeper conceptualization of client distress and defense McWilliams offers a profoundly refreshing view that has versatility for integration into others theories and models of psychology

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    One would never think that a book with this title could be enjoyable but it is insightful reader friendly and candid It is o

  8. says:

    It provides a great foundational knowledge about psychodynamic psychotherapy Very well written and can be easily read

  9. says:

    For every beginning practitioner that would like to get deeper into the psychological evolution this is a wonderful choice

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    In Psychoanalytic Case Formulation Nancy McWilliams gets to the meat of why a dynamic case formulation is desirable She voices her dismay at the encroachment of insurance companies into the therapeutic relationship and she examines the American trend toward empirically validated treatment in light of the influence of insurance companies Dr McWilliams illustrates how a dynamic case formulation addresses the subjective areas of the client's

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