Personality, Styles and Brief Psychotherapy

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INDEX
Abandonment theme: outcome and, 255-57; working through, 249-53
Abraham, K., 110
Abreaction, 42
Acting out, 113, 138
Active engagement state, 214, 217, 218, 238; self-concept in, 218; working through and, 249
Active memory, 39, 40
Adjustment disorders, 35
Adjustment reactions of adult life, DSM-III category of, 68
Adler, A., 27
Adler, G., 260, 266
Affect: isolation of, 181; overwhelming, 36; rapid shifts in, 260, 262; reversal of, xii
Affective responses, 23
Alexander, F., 56, 323
Alvarez, W, 204
American Psychiatric Association, 19, 39
Anger: fear of losing control of, 190, 197-99; of more disturbed hysterical personality, 147-50
Anger theme, 88-89
Ann (case), 164-206, 320, 321, 324, 326
Anxiety: of borderline personality, 260, 262; of compulsive personality, 164; phobic, 3; states of mind associated with, 40
Anxiety disorders, flare-ups of, 35
Anxiety-provoking psychotherapy, short-term, 10
Anxiously and tentatively engaged state, 214-16, 238; role relationship models and, 223; working through and, 245, 247, 251
Artificial and engaging state, 168, 171, 172, 272, 289; at follow-up interview, 312, 313; modification of, 201; resistance in, 183, 184; role change experience and, 325; struggle over control in, 173; working through and, 299
As-if angry state, 131; working through and, 303
As-if authentic state, 118, 120; modification of, 151, 152; therapeutic alliance and, 131
As-if pensive state, 272
Associations, 42; of borderline patients, 49, 260; differentiation of rational and irrational, 89; of hysterical patients, 48
Assured productivity state, 170, 190; modification of, 201

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