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Bullies and their victims are more likely to engage in violent behavior than those who have never been involved in bullying. In both aggressor and victim, bullying is a sign of potential psychiatric disorder. It is primarily physical in children, becomes relational aggression in adolescents, and...
An informal statistical analysis of treatment modalities and succesful outcomes in the 55–year private practice of an experienced psychoanalyst is provided. Clinical examples in this personal account bring emphasis to value of the therapist–patient relationship.
While the many costs of noncompliance have frequently been reviewed, this article addresses some of the costs of compliance, to the detriment of patients, doctors, and the doctor–patient relationship, and to the benefit of the pharmaceutical companies. Some psychiatric history is reviewed to...
This paper will focus on a patient whose associations appeared to involve triangular, oedipally organized themes, but who also had a severely compromised ego. This apparent discrepancy in development can be understood as a defensive maneuver. The defense protected him from experiencing object...
Compliance can represent a poor outcome and, as a concept places medication at the center of therapeutic action. Compliance implies submission to the authority of the prescriber and invites or reenforces an adversarial approach to the doctor–patient relationship. It is that relationship which is...
This article considers the phenomenon of treatment resistance as primarily resulting from the eclipse of the “Third.” The notion of the Third is examined across a range of psychoanalytic and other formulations classified according to developmental, relational, and structural dimensions. This...
Transference to medication can provide important information about specific ego dysfunction in sicker patients who often need medication. Whether positive or negative or both in content, the organization of the experience provides one example of the illness' effect on the patients' ego and can...
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