on Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Adults
by: Richardson, Phil et al (Eds).
Contributors: Anthony W Bateman, Peter Fonagy, Ines Gitzinger,
Ralf Grabhorn, Tilman Grande, Johan Grant, Dorothea Huber, Thorsten
Jakobsen, Burkard Jäger, Horst Kächele, Wolfram Keller,
Guenther Klug, Peter Köhler, Werner Köpp, Peter Malewski,
Kingsley Norton, Claudia Oberbracht, Camilla Renlund, Phil Richardson,
Gerd Rudolf, Rolf Sandell, Silke Schmidt, Bernhard Strauss, Jörn
von Wietersheim, Fiona Warren.
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Volume 7 in the EFPP Series that aims to promote the pan-European
community of psychoanalytic psychotherapists. The contributors come
from different cultures but are united in their view of the importance
of empirical research in psychotherapy. The chapters examine issues
as varied as treatment of eating disorders, the differences between
psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, treatment outcomes of group psychotherapy,
and treatment of borderline personality disorders.
Description: EFPP Monograph Series
'This is a pioneering volume of work in progress. It is clear from
the variety of findings reported in this stimulating volume that
many of the traditional ideas concerning psychoanalytic psychotherapy
will need to be revised.' Peter Fonagy from the Foreword PHIL RICHARDSON
(UK) is a clinical psychologist and qualified as a psychoanalyst
with the British Psychoanalytical Society. He is Professor of Clinical
Psychology at the University of Essex and Head of Psychology at
the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust where he is also Director
of the Psychotherapy Evaluation Research Unit.
KÄCHELE (Germany) MD is a Specialist in Psychotherapeutic Medicine
and a psychoanalyst (IPA). He is full professor and Chair of the
Department of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine at Ulm University;
he also directs the Centre for Psychotherapy Research in Stuttgart.
He is a member of the Society for Psychotherapy Research.
RENLUND (Finland) is an Adult Psychiatrist and a member of the research
team of the Helsinki Psychotherapy Study, a randomized psychotherapy
outcome study. She also works as a psychoanalyst in private practice
in Helsinki and is an Associate Member of the Finnish Psycho-Analytical