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Further Learning from the Patient: The Analytic Space and Process Paperback – 6 Sep 1990
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"No one writes about the process of psychotherapy as simply and yet as profoundly as Patrick Casement." - Journal of Social Work Practice
About the Author
Patrick Casement is a trained analyst of the British Psycho-Analytical Society and a member of the Birtish Association of Psychotherapists, Having formerly been a social worker.
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Casement then moves on to a very lengthy case study which he will refer to throughout the book.
After that for several chapters we get an indepth look at the phenomenon of transference, discussed in many further case studies which are analysed with great subtlety. I found these chapters shed a great deal of light on many experiences of mine both as a therapee and a therapist. i have never read anything which casts such an unassuming and yet brilliant light on the therapeutic relationship.
The final few chapters act mostly as a theoretical summary of the middle section. Casement weds the intense discipline of psychoanalysis with the patient and principled respect for the client of say Carl Rogers and the results are most instructive, even if we are unable to see anyone for three days a week ourselves. Don't miss it.