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Facilitating Partnership - Bonovitz, Jeffrey S. / Applegate, Jeffrey S. / Bonovitz, Jennifer M.
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A young mother suspected of abusing her toddler, a severely behavior-disordered teenager who faces expulsion from his community residence, a depressed and illiterate homeless man who fears psychiatric evaluation. These clients populate the caseloads of most mental health professionals, who often view them as too crisis-ridden, deprived, and overwhelmed with concrete needs to benefit from an in-depth approach to their problems. However, without this kind of treatment, such people continually reappear at social service agencies, their core psychological issues left unaddressed and their life situations unraveling. What can psychoanalytic theory offer practitioners working with these challenging clients? Although the helping professions have enjoyed a long and fruitful association with psychoanalysis, often the application of this theory has focused on treating motivated, articulate, financially secure clients in private practice. In The Facilitating Partnership, Jeffrey Applegate and Jennifer Bonovitz show how D. W. Winnicott's therapeutic ideas and technique are particularly relevant to a agency-based psychodynamic treatment of clients whose histories of deprivation and trauma historically have made them unlikely--and reluctant--candidates for in-depth clinical services. Winnicott's concepts are especially powerful in capturing the 'silent, ' supportive, sustaining, relationship-based dimensions of clinical work and the authors provide an accessible language for explicating these invaluable activities. Through extensive case vignettes, Applegate and Bonovitz demonstrate that interventions emerging from Winnicott's key concepts--the good enough mother, the holding environment--can bolster clients' ego strengths and coping capacities while promoting their psychosocial development in ways that help them profoundly alter maladaptive life patterns. A Jason Aronson Boo Facilitating Partnership Bonovitz, Jeffrey S. / Applegate, Jeffrey S. / Bonovitz, Jennifer M., Jason Aronson

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A young mother suspected of abusing her toddler, a severely behavior-disordered teenager who faces expulsion from his community residence, a depressed and illiterate homeless man who fears psychiatric evaluation. These clients populate the caseloads of most mental health professionals, who often view them as too crisis-ridden, deprived, and overwhelmed with concrete needs to benefit from an in-depth approach to their problems. However, without this kind of treatment, such people continually reappear at social service agencies, their core psychological issues left unaddressed and their life situations unraveling. What can psychoanalytic theory offer practitioners working with these challenging clients? Although the helping professions have enjoyed a long and fruitful association with psychoanalysis, often the application of this theory has focused on treating motivated, articulate, financially secure clients in private practice. In The Facilitating Partnership, Jeffrey Applegate and Jennifer Bonovitz show how D. W. Winnicott's therapeutic ideas and technique are particularly relevant to a agency-based psychodynamic treatment of clients whose histories of deprivation and trauma historically have made them unlikely?and reluctant?candidates for in-depth clinical services. Winnicott's concepts are especially powerful in capturing the 'silent,' supportive, sustaining, relationship-based dimensions of clinical work and the authors provide an accessible language for explicating these applied psychology,counseling,education and reference,health fitness and dieting,mental illness,politics and government,politics and social sciences,psychoanalysis,psychology and counseling,psychotherapy ta and nlp Schools & Teaching, Jason Aronson, Inc.

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New Jersey: Jason Aronson Inc., 1995. 8vo size black clothbound hardcover with dust jacket; 290 pages From jacket: "(In this book, the authors) show how D.W. Winnicott's therapeutic ideas and technique are particularly relevant to an agency based psychodynamic treatments of clients whose histories of deprivation and trauma have made them unlikely - and reluctant - candidates for in-depth services. Winnicott's concepts are especially powerful in capturing the "silent" supportive, sustaining, relationship-based dimensions of clinical work and the authors provide an accessible language for explicating these invaluable activities. Through extensive case vignettes, (the authors) demonstrate that interventions emerging from Winnicott's key concepts...can bolster clients' ego strengths and coping capacities while promoting their psychosocial development in ways that help them profoundly alter maladaptive life patterns." Jacket has some wear and edgewear, bumped heel of spine and top corner. Thanks for shopping with us! 100% of your purchase benefits charity and supports literacy and lifelong learning.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Jason Aronson Inc., 1995

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In The Facilitating Partnership , Jeffrey Applegate and Jennifer Bonovitz show how D. W. Winnicott's therapeutic ideas and technique are particularly relevant to a agency-based psychodynamic treatment of clients whose histories of deprivation and trauma historically have made them unlikelyand reluctantcandidates for in-depth clinical services. Winnicott's concepts are especially powerful in capturing the "silent," supportive, sustaining, relationship-based dimensions of clinical work and the authors provide an accessible language for explicating these invaluable activities. Through extensive case vignettes, Applegate and Bonovitz demonstrate that interventions emerging from Winnicott's key conceptsthe good enough mother, the holding environmentcan bolster clients' ego strengths and coping capacities while promoting their psychosocial development in ways that help them profoundly alter maladaptive life patterns. A Jason Aronson Book Social Science Social Science eBook, Jason Aronson, Inc.

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Northvale New Jersey: Jason Aronson. Very Good- in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1995. First Edition. Hardcover; First Printing. 1568214944 . Pages 195-206 each have a full-length crease, else Binding, DJ and Contents are almost like new. ; 8-1/2" Tall, 290pp. Black cloth, bright gold lettering. PSYCHIATRY/MEDICAL. "Shows how D. W. Winnicott's therapeutic ideas and technique are particularly relevant to an agency-base d psychodynamic treatment of clients whose histories of deprivation and trauma have made them unlikely - and reluctant - candidates for in-depth clinical services. Winnicott's concepts are especially powerful in capturing the 'silent, ' supportive, sustaining relationship-based dimensions of clinical work and the authors provide an accessible language for explicating these invaluable activities. " Index. References. ., Jason Aronson, 1995

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The Facilitating Partnership: A Winnicottian Approach for Social Workers and Other Helping Professionals
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Jeffrey S. Applegate, Jennifer M. Bonovitz

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The Facilitating Partnership: A Winnicottian Approach for Social Workers and Other Helping Professionals

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1568214944

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