Modern Psychoanalysis

Modern psychoanalysis is the term used by Hyman Spotnitz to describe the techniques he developed for the treatment of narcissistic disorders.

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Modern Psychoanalysis - Institutions
... A number of institutes offer training in modern psychoanalysis leading to licensure, certification, and/or advanced academic degrees ... The Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies in New York offers a certificate leading to eligibility for New York state licensure as a psychoanalyst ... The Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis in Massachusetts offers accredited masters and doctoral degrees in psychoanalysis ...
Psychoanalysis/Archives/2003-2005 - Theories - Ego Psychology - Modern Psychoanalysis
... Modern psychoanalysis" is a term coined by Hyman Spotnitz and his colleagues to describe a body of theoretical and clinical approaches that aim to extend Freud's theories so as to make them ... This school of psychoanalysis has fostered training opportunities for students in the United States and from countries worldwide ... Its journal Modern Psychoanalysis has been published since 1976 ...
Hyman Spotnitz - Theory of Technique
... later taken up by self psychology and intersubjective approaches to psychoanalysis ... Spotnitz began developing modern psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic group therapy during the time he served as consulting psychiatrist at the Jewish Board ... first to embrace the school that came to be known as Modern Psychoanalysis Evelyn Abrams, Leslie Rosenthal, Sidney and Shirley Love, and others ...

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