Clinical Klein: From Theory to Practice

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Clinical Klein - From Theory to Practice *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgements *
  • Examples *
  • Introduction - A Guide to the Baffled Reader *
  • Part I - The Foundation *
  • 1 - The Psychoanalytic Background *
  • 2 - Introjection and Projection *
  • 3 - Unconscious Phantasy *
  • Appendix - Earliest Object Relations *
  • Part II - Melanie Klein's Contributions *
  • 4 - A Method for Children *
  • 5 - Internal Objects *
  • 6 - The Depressive Position *
  • 7 - The Paranoid-Schizoid Position *
  • Appendix - The Mind as an Apparatus for Evacuation *
  • 8 - Projective Identification *
  • 9 - The Death Instinct and Envy *
  • Epilogue - To Part II: Omnipotence or Reality *
  • Part III - Emotional Contact and the 'K'-Link *
  • 10 - Countertransference *
  • 11 - Knowing and Being Known *
  • 12 - Oedipal Knowing *
  • 13 - Being Moved *
  • 14 - Impasse and the Organization of the Personality *
  • 15 - Change and Development *
  • Epilogue - To Part III: The Evolution of Kleinian Technique *
  • Reflections: Progress and History *
  • Notes *
  • References *
  • Index *
  • Index of Examples *
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