Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in a College Context

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface and Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction xi
  • Notes xvii
  • References xvii
  • PART I - The Institutional Context 1
  • 1 - Boundaries and Voices in College Psychotherapy 3
  • Notes 20
  • References 20
  • 2 - Psychological Consultation in the College Community: A Psychoanalytic Approach 22
  • References 40
  • 3 - The Impact of the Institution on Psychotherapy 41
  • PART II - Psychotherapy 55
  • 4 - The Scope of College Psychotherapy 57
  • Notes 98
  • References 99
  • 5 - Brief Analytic Psychotherapy with College Students 101
  • References 112
  • 6 - The Psychoanalytic Theory and Treatment of Mourning 113
  • References 124
  • 7 - The Treatment of Eating Disorders Among College Students 126
  • References 144
  • 8 - Relating and Responding in the Countertransference: Two College Cases 145
  • References 155
  • 9 - Love in the Countertransference: The Uses of the Therapist's Excitement 157
  • Notes 170
  • References 170
  • 10 - Rage and the Narcissistic Shield: The Treatment of a Young Adult 172
  • References 183
  • A Selected Bibliography for College Psychotherapists 185
  • Index 189
  • About the Contributors 195
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