Psychoanalysis in modern mental health practice.

  title={Psychoanalysis in modern mental health practice.},
  author={Jessica Yakeley},
  journal={The lancet. Psychiatry},
  volume={5 5},
Where is psychoanalysis today? Sixty-two psychoanalysts share their subjective perspectives on the state of the art of psychoanalysis: A qualitative thematic analysis
Abstract Today it is still necessary and useful to deal with the empirical foundations and cultural dimensions of a discipline such as psychoanalysis that has played a vital role in shaping the
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Finland
A viable future of psychoanalytic psychotherapy is highly dependent of continuing high-quality, clinically relevant research and psychotherapist training, as well as organizational cooperation in these areas and in health policy issues.
. The psychotherapeutic clinic services in the school-clinics are permeated by a series of emotional experiences lived by the apprentice psychotherapist/patient dyad. In the light of the various
Trainee psychotherapy effectiveness at a psychodynamic training clinic: a practice-based study
The degree to which clinical experience is a significant factor in predicting positive psychotherapeutic outcomes is an open question. Empirical studies comparing experienced and beginning
Latent trajectories of change for clients at a psychodynamic training clinic.
Clinical and training implications highlight the need to distinguish subgroups of "responder" and "nonresponders" to inform treatment and exploratory support for a theoretical proposition from CRP that improved relational functioning would correspond to improved affect dysregulation and overall life satisfaction.
Improving the physician-patient relationship utilizing psychodynamic psychology: a primer for health professionals
This is the first paper that presents a psychodynamic framework applicable in clinical practice and accessible to lay clinicians for understanding and managing the physician-patient relationship.
Precision Medicine: Neuropsychodynamic Psychiatry Model of Major Depressive Disorder
  • Huang Yaqi
  • Psychology
    Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
  • 2022
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is one of the most extensive types of psychiatric disorders. It refers to various symptoms and considerable rates of relapse, where episodes rarely resolve completely
Theoretical foundations of analytical psychology: recent developments and controversies.
An introductory overview of the papers in this volume is given at the Joint Conference of the IAAP and the University of Basel, October 18-20, 2018, to further the development of theory in analytical psychology in relation to results and insights in contiguous areas of knowledge.
The French Integrative Psychosocial Rehabilitation Assessment for Complex Situations (FIPRACS): Modelization of an Adapted Assessment Method Toward Long-Term Psychiatric Inpatients With Disabling, Severe and Persistent Mental Illness
The French Integrative Psychosocial Rehabilitation Assessment for Complex Situations (FIPRACS) is an assessment tailored to the neurocognitive and psycho-affective potentials of IDSPMI.


The psychotherapist's role in a large psychiatric institution
SUMMARY A role in any human institution is a mixture of objective reality together with phantastical images from unconscious and defensive sources. I shall illustrate some of these roles in the
Tuning into the psychotic wavelength: Psychoanalytic supervision for mental health professionals
In this paper, material is presented from supervision groups run for mental health professionals in different mental health settings. I will argue that a psychoanalytic framework, which puts the
Psychodynamic psychotherapy: developing the evidence base
Psychodynamic psychotherapy has been criticised as being based on outdated principles of psychoanalysis and lacking an adequate evidence base to convincingly demonstrate its efficacy. This article
Rethinking therapeutic action
Like other core psychoanalytic constructs, the theory of therapeutic action is currently in  ux, as theorists of differing persuasions propose different mechanisms. In this article, the authors
Neurosis and Psychosis
a controversial note with constant criticism of Freud, which detracts from the work as a scientific exposition. Any sympathy one may have for these criticisms tends to be alienated by the manifest
The psychodynamics of psychosis
It is illustrated how psychodynamic concepts of psychological defence can be used as a framework for understanding psychosis, and a psychodynamic approach to understanding the development of psychosis is presented.
Psychiatry, subjectivity and emotion - deepening the medical model
It is argued that the positivist paradigm that continues to dominate British psychiatry has led to an undervaluing of subjectivity and of the role of emotions within psychiatric training and practice.
Process and Outcome in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Research: The Need for a (Relatively) New Paradigm
This chapter reviews key assumptions underlying contemporary research on process–outcome relationships in psychoanalytic treatments. This review shows that this body of research, with important
What Is Neuropsychoanalysis
The authors examine the historical, philosophical, and scientific foundations of what they term the “inter-discipline” of neuropsychoanalysis. With the support of historical evidence, they unravel
The case for neuropsychoanalysis: Why a dialogue with neuroscience is necessary but not sufficient for psychoanalysis
The development and aims of neuropsychoanalysis are outlined, its reception in psychoanalysis and in the neurosciences are considered, and some of the concerns raised within psychoanalysis are discussed.