Interpreting & Holding
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This book demonstrates that both interpreting and holding are necessary in the psychotherapy of clinical disorders. There is a tendency to view interpreting and holding as mutually exclusive techniques. This either/or position is the result of theories that view patients as suffering either from deficits in early nurturing object relations or conflicts around dependence an...more
Hardcover, 330 pages
Published August 1st 1993 by Jason Aronson (first published 1993)
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