By George Hagman
Honoring the centennial of Sigmund Freud’s seminal paper Mourning and Melancholia, New types of Bereavement concept and therapy: New Mourning is an enormous contribution to our culture’s altering view of bereavement and mourning, deciding upon flaws in previous types and providing a brand new, legitimate and powerful approach.
George Hagman and his fellow participants compile key psychoanalytic texts from the earlier twenty years, exploring modern study, medical perform and version construction when it comes to the issues of bereavement, mourning and grief. They suggest alterations to the asocial, intra-psychic nature of the traditional analytic version of mourning, alterations suitable with modern psychoanalytic concept and perform. Arguing that crucial objective of mourning is frequently to maintain, instead of quit the connection to the deceased, this booklet offers a extra optimistic, hopeful version. Crucially, it emphasizes the significance of mourning jointly, instead of alone.
New types of Bereavement thought and remedy: New Mourning will be the go-to source for researchers, clinicians and lay humans looking a transparent, available evaluate of latest mourning idea, necessary of their day-by-day lives and in medical perform. it is going to attract psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, grief counsellors, besides lecturers, undergraduates and complicated scholars learning within the field.
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New Models of Bereavement Theory and Treatment: New Mourning by George Hagman