Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Evolving Clinical Practice covers the latest applications of psychodynamic therapy for a range of clinical issues, including depression, anxiety, psychosis, borderline personality and trauma. It discusses psychodynamic practice as an evidence-based therapy, providing reviews of outcome and process research. Covering a wide array of treatments tailored for specific disorders and populations, this book is designed to appeal to clinicians and researchers who are looking to broaden their knowledge of the latest treatment strategies, novel applications, and current developments in psychodynamic practice.
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1. Theoretical Evolution in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 2. Working with Cyclical Relational Patterns in Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 3. Attachment and Mentalization in Contemporary Psychodynamic Therapy 4. The Efficacy of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 5. Process Research in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 6. Research Support for Psychodynamic Constructs 7. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Depression 8. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Panic Disorder 9. Mentalization-Based Treatment for Borderline and Antisocial Personality Disorder 10. Transference Focused Psychotherapy for Narcissistic and Borderline Personality Disorder 11. Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy for Substance Misuse and Comorbid Personality Disorders 12. Psychosis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 13. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Psychosomatic Disorders 14. Psychodynamic Treatment of Eating Disorders 15. Parent-infant Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 16. Psychodynamic Approaches to Child Psychotherapy 17. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Adolescents 18. Psychodynamic Practice and LGBT Communities 19. Working with Immigrants and Refugees in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 20. Psychodynamic Approaches to Trauma and Dissociation 21. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Former Child Soldiers 22. Psychodynamically-informed Treatment for Trauma in the Context of Refugee Crises and Political Violence 23. Internet-Based Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 24. Attachment-Based Family Therapy 25. Psychodynamic Community Intervention 26. Psychodynamically-informed Sport Intervention 27. Psychodynamic Mentorship 28. Psychodynamic Intervention in an Inpatient Medical Setting
David Kealy is an Assistant Professor in the Psychotherapy Program in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia, Canada, where he is actively involved in psychotherapy teaching and supervision. He writes for academic and clinical audiences and has published over 60 peer-reviewed journal articles on topics related to psychotherapy and the issues that lead people to seek therapy. His research topics include personality disorders and other difficulties in areas of emotions, identity, and interpersonal relations, as well as the processes involved in individual and group psychotherapy.
John S. Ogrodniczuk Professor and Director, Psychotherapy Program, University of British Columbia
President, North American chapter of the Society for Psychotherapy Research.
John S. Ogrodniczuk is a Professor and Director of the Psychotherapy Program at the University of British Columbia, Canada, as well as Past-President of the North American chapter of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. His research has focused on psychodynamic psychotherapy, personality disorders, group psychotherapy, alexithymia, and men's mental health, which has led to more than 200 publications. He is the author of three previous books and also previously served as editor of a book on pathological narcissism.