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Divided into three overarching themes, theory, application and research, this cutting edge book explores the influence of psychoanalytic theories on occupational therapy practice and thinking. It incorporates a new conceptual model (the MOVI) to guide practice, which uses psychoanalysis as a theoretical foundation for understanding therapeutic relationships and the doing that takes place in clinical practice. Using practice models and incorporating many clinically applied examples in different occupational therapy settings, this introductory text to psychoanalytic theory will appeal to…mehr

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Divided into three overarching themes, theory, application and research, this cutting edge book explores the influence of psychoanalytic theories on occupational therapy practice and thinking. It incorporates a new conceptual model (the MOVI) to guide practice, which uses psychoanalysis as a theoretical foundation for understanding therapeutic relationships and the doing that takes place in clinical practice. Using practice models and incorporating many clinically applied examples in different occupational therapy settings, this introductory text to psychoanalytic theory will appeal to students and practising clinical and academic occupational therapists worldwide and from different fields of practice from paediatrics and physical disability to older adult care and mental health. The first book in fifty years to concentrate entirely on a psychoanalytic approach to occupational therapy Distills cutting edge theory into clinically relevant guidance Features clinical examples throughout, showing the links between psychoanalytic theory and occupational therapy practice Written by an experienced international team of authors

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 256
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16.11.2012
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118511848
  • Artikelnr.: 37349138
Autorenporträt
Lindsey Nicholls, PhD, is a lecturer at Brunel University, London, UK. Her doctorial study used psychoanalytic theory to explore the symbolic and relational encounters between occupational therapists and their clients in acute medical settings. Julie Cunningham-Piergrossi is a psychoanalytically trained occupational therapist, Milan, Italy. Carolina de Sena-Gibertoni is a psychoanalytically trained occupational therapist, Milan, Italy. Margaret Daniel is a Clinical Specialist OT in Psychotherapy working in a NHS Psychotherapy Clinic in Glasgow, Scotland and is a senior accredited counsellor with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword by Sheena Blair

Foreword by Paul Hoggett

Acknowledgements

1 Introduction

Section 1 Psychoanalytic Theory Interwoven with Occupational Therapy

2 The 'Therapeutic Use of Self' in Occupational Therapy

3 An Occupational Therapy Perspective on Freud, Klein and Bion

4 The Function of 'Doing' in the Intermediate Space: Donald Winnicott and Occupational Therapy

5 Beyond Bowlby: Exploring the Dynamics of Attachment

6 Re-awakening Psychoanalytic Thinking in Occupational Therapy: From Gail Fidler to Here

Section 2 Psychoanalytic Occupational Therapy: A Relational Practice Model and Illuminating Theory in Clinical Practice

7 MOVI: A Relational Model in Occupational Therapy

8 Let the Children Speak

9 Working with Difference

Section 3 Further Psychoanalytic Thinking: Research and Training

10 Psychoanalytic Thinking in Research

11 Understanding the Use of Emotional Content in Therapy Using Occupational Therapists' Narratives

12 Training Experiences to Develop Psychoanalytic Thinking

13 The Relational Space of Supervision

Index