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Treating people with psychosis in institutions : a psychoanalytic perspective / Belinda S. Mackie.

By: Mackie, Belinda S [author.]Material type: TextTextPublication details: London : Karnac Books, 2016. Description: 1 online resource (297 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1782414738; 9781782414735; 9781781816059; 1781816050Subject(s): Psychoanalysis | Mentally ill -- Institutional care | Psychoses -- Treatment | Psychoanalytic interpretation | Institutionalization | Psychotic Disorders | Psychoanalytic Therapy | Hospitals, Psychiatric | Patient Care | Hospitals, Special | Psychotherapy | Schizophrenia and Disorders with Psychotic Features | Therapeutics | Health Services | Mental Disorders | Behavioral Disciplines and Activities | Hospitals | Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment | Psychiatry and Psychology | Health Facilities | Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services | Delivery of Health Care | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- General | MEDICAL -- Clinical Medicine | MEDICAL -- Diseases | MEDICAL -- Evidence-Based Medicine | MEDICAL -- Internal Medicine | Mentally ill -- Institutional care | Psychoanalysis | Psychoanalytic interpretation | Psychoses -- TreatmentGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Treating people with psychosis in institutions.DDC classification: 616.9 LOC classification: RC504 | .M33 2016NLM classification: 2016 C-730 | WM 200Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
COVER; Contents; Acknowledgments; About the author; Preface; Introduction; Chapter One Psychiatry and the influenceof psychoanalysis; Chapter Two Psychoanalytic approaches to the treatment of psychosis; Chapter Three The origin of psychoanalysis in institutions; Chapter Four Group organisation and the social system; Chapter Five Psychoanalysis and institutional models; Chapter Six Hospital based individual treatment; Chapter Seven Institutions oriented to Freud and Lacan; Chapter Eight The therapeutic community; Chapter Nine Institutional approaches with children and adolescents; Conclusion.
Summary: This book brings together the histories of a number of psychoanalytically-informed hospitals, and provides a synthesis of the theoretical underpinnings in the institutional practice of each. Of particular interest is how psychoanalysts and psychoanalytically-trained staff working in institutions apply their theoretical understanding, and in what ways the psychoanalytic technique has been modified or adapted to the treatment of individual patients with psychosis and to the workings of an institution in general. Here the institution is the subject of the case study. Institutions that are theoretically orientated to psychoanalysis were chosen and examined, taking into account their various approaches to the treatment. A number of institutional models that are informed by psychoanalysis offer a guide to the treatment and present a version of institutional practice that is different from the prevailing models in psychiatry. This has implications for health services in the current climate of mental health reform. Psychoanalysis has its greatest efficacy in long-term treatments and has shown its suitability for patients diagnosed with psychosis when the method is adapted to the uniqueness of each person and is conducted by an experienced clinician. The treatment of psychosis cannot usually be conceived without considering some form of institutional care, although this does depend on the level of the individual's psychopathology. This is because the majority of people with a psychotic illness, especially those with schizophrenia, will be exposed to inpatient, community or outpatient treatment, in one form or other, during the course of their lives.
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COVER; Contents; Acknowledgments; About the author; Preface; Introduction; Chapter One Psychiatry and the influenceof psychoanalysis; Chapter Two Psychoanalytic approaches to the treatment of psychosis; Chapter Three The origin of psychoanalysis in institutions; Chapter Four Group organisation and the social system; Chapter Five Psychoanalysis and institutional models; Chapter Six Hospital based individual treatment; Chapter Seven Institutions oriented to Freud and Lacan; Chapter Eight The therapeutic community; Chapter Nine Institutional approaches with children and adolescents; Conclusion.

This book brings together the histories of a number of psychoanalytically-informed hospitals, and provides a synthesis of the theoretical underpinnings in the institutional practice of each. Of particular interest is how psychoanalysts and psychoanalytically-trained staff working in institutions apply their theoretical understanding, and in what ways the psychoanalytic technique has been modified or adapted to the treatment of individual patients with psychosis and to the workings of an institution in general. Here the institution is the subject of the case study. Institutions that are theoretically orientated to psychoanalysis were chosen and examined, taking into account their various approaches to the treatment. A number of institutional models that are informed by psychoanalysis offer a guide to the treatment and present a version of institutional practice that is different from the prevailing models in psychiatry. This has implications for health services in the current climate of mental health reform. Psychoanalysis has its greatest efficacy in long-term treatments and has shown its suitability for patients diagnosed with psychosis when the method is adapted to the uniqueness of each person and is conducted by an experienced clinician. The treatment of psychosis cannot usually be conceived without considering some form of institutional care, although this does depend on the level of the individual's psychopathology. This is because the majority of people with a psychotic illness, especially those with schizophrenia, will be exposed to inpatient, community or outpatient treatment, in one form or other, during the course of their lives.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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