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СОДЕРЖАНИЕ

Интегративный психоанализ конца XX века.

Предисловие М.Н. Тимофеевой 5

Предисловие автора 8
Часть I. Диагностика 11

1. Структурный диагноз 13

2. Структурное интервью 43

3. Дифференциальный диагноз у подростков 74

4. Личностные расстройства в пожилом возрасте 93

5. Проблема классификации личностных расстройств 104
Часть II. Терапия пограничной личности 127

6. Экспрессивная психотерапия 129

7. Работа с переносом в экспрессивной терапии 147

8. Экспрессивная психотерапия подростков 170

9. Поддерживающая психотерапия 189

10. Показания и противопоказания к различным типам

психоаналитической психотерапии 211
Часть III. Нарциссическая личность: клиническая теория

и терапия 225

11. Современные психоаналитические подходы к нарциссизму 227

12. Технические стратегии терапии нарциссической личности 250

13. Анализ характера 266

14. Я, Эго, аффекты и влечения 287
Часть IV. Глубокая регрессия: диагноз и терапия 301

15. Тупиковые ситуации в терапии 303

16. Пациенты с суицидальным риском: диагностика и подход 318

17. Контрперенос, трансферентная регрессия и неспособность

быть зависимым 330

18. Клинические аспекты тяжелой патологии Супер-Эго 343

19. Параноидная регрессия и злокачественный нарциссизм 361
Часть V. Терапия в условиях госпиталя 389

20. Противоположные теоретические модели терапии тяжелой

психопатологии в условиях госпиталя 391

21. Модель терапевтического сообщества для лечения тяжелой

психопатологии в условиях госпиталя 409

22. Терапия тяжелой пограничной и нарциссической патологии

в условиях длительной госпитализации 426
Литература 446

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