Karnac Publishing (London, England) announces the release of “Outpatient Treatment of Psychosis”.  This edited volume consists of nine original essays by seasoned psychoanalysts describing different aspects of the treatment of psychotic individuals in private practice settings.  “Outpatient Treatment of Psychosis” provides compelling Outpatent Treatment of Psychosis, 2017evidence for the effectiveness of classical Freudian, Neo-Freudian, and Jungian models of psychotherapy in the treatment of this most difficult of patient populations, therapies conducted apart from the hospital and community mental health centers in which these individuals are commonly found.  Yours truly authored the last chapter on the interpretation and treatment of delusions in adolescence.

Log on to http://www.karnacbooks.com or http://www.amazon.com to order your copy.  (Amazon is somewhat less expensive.)


A Proposed Model for the Treatment of Psychosis in Private Practice Settings, David Downing

Outpatient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy With Psychotics: Managing Isolation and Creating Safety, Danielle Knafo and Michael Selzer

Working With Psychosis: Contextualizing and Integrating Fragments of Meaning, Marilyn Charles

Rethinking Psychosis: Attachment, Developmental Trauma, and the Psychotic Spectrum, Jon Mills

Soaking in Madness: a Modern Psychoanalytic Approach to Treating Psychosis, Tracy D. Morgan

The Endless Hunt and the Edge of Psychosis: the Persecutory Search for Identity, Robert Waska

An Archetypal Approach to Treating Combat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Roger Brooke

Finding and Being a Self: Schizoid Phenomenon in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Transgendered Adolescent, Robert C. Naso

A Jungian Approach to the Interpretation and Treatment of Delusions in Adolescence, Garth W. Amundson

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