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Mokausi is paciento

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Patrick Casement savo knygoje „Mokausi iš paciento” aptarinėja tai, kas svarbu kiekvienam psichoanalitikui. Pagrindinė knygos idėja – kaip terapeutas turi atlikti savo darbą, kokios savybės ir metodai tam reikalingi. Pats būdamas terapeutu, jis pateikia situacijų ir seansų pavyzdžių iš savo arba savo kolegų praktikos. Nagrinėdamas įvairius pavyzdžius P. Casement nevengia p ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published 1997 by Pradai (first published April 1st 1985)
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Apr 13, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In “Learning From The Patient,” psychoanalyst Patrick Casement invites the reader to roam around his head as he considers various analytical theories and the interactional experience that goes on between patients and analysts/therapists. To me, Casement is impressive not only because of the breadth of his theoretical knowledge but because of his deep humility, openness and candor. While reading the book I kept thinking of a scene from the fantasy series, “Earthsea,” by Ursula Le Guin. -I know, ...more
Mar 27, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Why do I love this book? Because it is sincere. In sincerity lies the quality of the book, the ability to learn from mistakes. This is why it is informative: Because it's real, it's not a theoretical book. Not so many therapists are able to discuss their thoughts, successes and mistakes with the reader. There is too much conceptual knowledge and few practical knowledge in the majority of psychoanalytic books. This book is an exception.

I want to say that there are too many transference interpreta
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Jan 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is an excellent book. Easy to read and well worth reading! It is about working with patients, so it is more about technique than theory; or rather it focuses on technique and the theory that underlies the technique is discretely referred to rather than dwelt upon. His main message is about learning from the patient in the sense that he believes that on some level the patient knows what he needs from therapy/analysis and the therapist's (demanding!) job is to create a context that enables th ...more
Mar 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The thoughtfulness with which Patrick Casement reflects on his experiences results in a beautiful work that moves gracefully from specific examples to guiding principles. His voice is clear, firm and gentle. I was in turn intrigued, moved and enlightened.
Dáithí Ó Murchú (Fr. David)

Meaty, and with plenty of bone to gnaw on.
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