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Psychodynamic psychiatry in clinical practice
Section I Basic Principles and Treatment Approaches In Dynamic Psychiatry: Basic Principles of Dynamic Psychiatry The Theoretical Basis of Dynamic Psychiatry Psychodynamic Assessment of the PatientExpand
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The concept of boundaries in clinical practice: theoretical and risk-management dimensions.
The authors systematically examine the concept of boundaries and boundary violations in clinical practice, particularly as they relate to recent sexual misconduct litigation. They selectively reviewExpand
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Two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder.
  • G. Gabbard
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic
  • 1 November 1989
The spectrum of narcissistic disturbances described in the psychoanalytic literature is not reflected in the rather narrow criteria of the third revised edition of the Diagnostic and StatisticalExpand
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Countertransference: the emerging common ground.
  • G. Gabbard
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1 June 1995
In the last decade or so, the understanding of countertransference has become an emerging area of common ground among psychoanalysts of diverse theoretical perspectives. This convergence can beExpand
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Long-term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Basic Text
Introduction. Key concepts. Assessment, indications, and formulation. The nuts and bolts of psychotherapy: getting started. Therapeutic interventions: what does the therapist say and do? Goals andExpand
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The initial field trials of DSM-5: new blooms and old thorns.
Three articles in this issue detail the process and results of reliability tests for proposed DSM-5 diagnoses and cross-diagnosis symptom domains. The editorial highlights the good reliability ofExpand
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A contemporary psychoanalytic model of countertransference.
  • G. Gabbard
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical psychology
  • 1 August 2001
Over the last 100 years, countertransference has evolved from a narrow construct referring to the analyst's transference to the patient to a jointly created phenomenon that is ever-present in theExpand
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The development of the self in the era of the internet and role-playing fantasy games.
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Misuses and misunderstandings of boundary theory in clinical and regulatory settings.
OBJECTIVE This paper outlines a number of misapplications of boundary theory in both regulatory settings and clinical situations. METHOD The authors review clinical vignettes that illustrate theExpand
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Disguise or consent. Problems and recommendations concerning the publication and presentation of clinical material.
  • G. Gabbard
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1 December 2000
The author argues that the use of clinical material for educational purposes or for publication presents the analyst with a conflict of interest between the protection of the patient's privacy andExpand
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