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On Aggression and Violence

An Analytic Perspective

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Aggressive and violent patients are an increasing concern for mental health professionals. Mizen and Morris critically review psychoanalytic literature and present their own coherent and practical new model. The clear...

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Aggressive and violent patients are an increasing concern for mental health professionals. Mizen and Morris critically review psychoanalytic literature and present their own coherent and practical new model. The clear clinical focus and emphasis on managing violence in therapy, makes this book essential reading for practitioners and trainees.

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Topical violence a growing issue of concern among psychotherapists
Combines summary of relevant literature with practical clinical advice
Extensive case study material particularly useful for students and novice practitioners

The Semiotics of Aggression and Violence
Psychoanalytic Theories of Aggression and Violence
Aggression, Violence, Attachment and Psychopathy
Towards a Theory of Aggression and Violence
Types of Aggression and Violence
Aggression, Normal Development and Transference
Aggression, Violence, Pathology and Transference
Aggression, Violence and Countertransference
Aggression, Violence and Sexuality
Aggression and Violence against the Self
Aggression, Violence, Institutions and Groups
Some Incomplete Reflections upon Aggression and Violence
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RICHARD MIZEN worked for over twenty years in health and social services in the fields of adult mental health, child protection and forensic psychiatry. He is currently course co-leader for the MSc in Psychological Therapies at the University of Exeter, UK, and in private practice as an analyst and supervisor in Devon. His previous publications include Supervising and Being Supervised: A Theory in Search of a Practice (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002).

MARK MORRIS is a Psychoanalyst who has worked with personality disorder in different settings, including hospitals and prisons, for the past fifteen years. He currently leads a medium secure personality disorder service in Kneesworth House in Cambridgeshire, UK.

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RICHARD MIZEN worked for over twenty years in health and social services in the fields of adult mental health, child protection and forensic psychiatry. He is currently course co-leader for the MSc in Psychological Therapies at the University of Exeter, UK, and in private practice as an analyst and supervisor in Devon. His previous publications include Supervising and Being Supervised: A Theory in Search of a Practice (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002).

MARK MORRIS is a Psychoanalyst who has worked with personality disorder in different settings, including hospitals and prisons, for the past fifteen years. He currently leads a medium secure personality disorder service in Kneesworth House in Cambridgeshire, UK.

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