Ring of Fire: Primitive Affects and Object Relations in Group Psychotherapy

By Victor L. Schermer; Malcolm Pines | Go to book overview

Subject index

a
acting out 176 , 177 , 211 -12
active compliance 52
adhesive identification 250
aggression:
as a sign of group mourning 151 ,
see also rage
alienation 71 -2
analysts see therapists
anger 55 , 117 ,
see also rage
'Anti-Group' 131 -2
'attacks on linking' 29 - 30 , 92 -6, 111 -15,
see also linking
authority, overthrown by the group 22 , 45 -6

b
barometric event 22 , 45 , 57 - 64 , 159
Basic Law of Group Dynamics (Foulkes) 129 , 131 -2
bereavement groups 163 ;
countertransference 165 -7;
educational objectives 171 -2;
homogeneity of loss experiences 168 -9;
mirroring function 163 -5;
structured exercises 170 -1;
tensions 167 -8
bizarre objects 30
bleeding, psychic 286
blind trust 65 -7
borderline patients 2 ;
benefits of co-therapy 199 - 200 , 225 , 233 -6;
personality problems 19 , 133 -7, 138 , 147 , 175 -7, 253 ;
problems of management 132 -3, 146 , 209 , 211 -12, 214 -15;
rage 139 -40, 180 -91;
transference and countertransference 140 -4, 208 , 209;
value of group therapy 177 -8, 201 -3
boundaries 20 , 26 , 253 -4;
external 21 , 129 , 254 -6;
internal 41 -2, 48 , 203 -4, 205 -6, 256 -7
breakdowns 241
British Independent school of object relations 24 , 25

c
caretaker see mother
chaos 44
chaos theory 12
character defences 55 -6
child development 177 ,
see also mother-child relationship cluses 161 -2
co-leadership see co-therapy
co-therapists:
differences 219 -25;
equal or unequal status 216 -19
co-therapy 203 -7;
advantages 199 - 200 ;
for borderline and narcissistic patients 201 -3, 233 -6;
characteristics of successful pairings 201 ;
impact on transference and countertransference 27 -8, 200 -1;
mixed-gender pairings 199 , 216
communication, content vs context 41 -3
complementary identification 207 -8
compliance 52 -3
concordant identification 207 -8
confidentiality of patient information 204 -5
container-contained relationship 98 , 108 , 112 ;

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