"This is a unique book that brings together in a coherent and meaningful developmental sequence psychoanalytic ideas about depression, perhaps the most troublesome of and least well treated of common mental disorders. The book, beautifully illustrated with clinical vignettes, provides an essential guide for clinicians accumulating the wisdom of generations of psychoanalytic thinkers." - Peter Fonagy, Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, University College London, UKVom Verlag:
This book examines the role of British object relations theory in order to explore our understanding and treatment of depression. It challenges current conceptualizations of depression while simultaneously discussing the complex nature of depression, its long-lasting and chronic implications and the susceptibility to relapse many may face.
Illuminated throughout by case studies, areas of discussion include:
Object Relations in Depression offers a psychoanalytic discussion of the multifaceted nature of depression and as such will be of great interest to all those in the psychoanalytic field.
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