Titel: Beyond Madness: Psychosocial Interventions in Psychosis
Herausgegeben von Joseph H. Berke, Margaret Fagan, George Mak-Pearce
JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBL INC
Oktober 2001 - kartoniert - 240 Seiten
A major question facing therapists today is how to treat psychosis effectively while maintaining patients' dignity, self-respect and their psychological and social functioning. This book provides important and engaging accounts of the special personal and interpersonal care offered by the Arbours Crisis Centre and kindred facilities.
Foreword, Robert D. Hinshelwood. General Introduction, Joseph H. Berke, Margaret Fagan, George Mak-Pearce and Stella Pierides- Muller. SECTION ONE: HISTORICAL AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES.
1. Introduction, Joseph H. Berke, Margaret Fagan, George Mak-Pearce and Stella Pierides-Muller.
2. A Psychotic Sense of the Future, George Mak-Pearce.
3. Beyond Medication, Richard Lucas, Consultant Psychiatrist, St Ann's Hospital, London.
4. Continuities, Mats Mogren, Co-Founder and Director, Gothenburg Psychotherapy Institute.
5. The Power of the Play, Stella Pierides-Muller. SECTION TWO: WAYS OF WORKING.
6. Introduction, Joseph H. Berke, Margaret Fagan, George Mak-Pearce and Stella Pierides-Muller.
7. Conjoint Therapy, Joseph H. Berke.
8. Containing Anxiety: A Resident Therapist's Experience, Catherine Sunderland, Resident Therapist, Arbours Crisis Centre, London.
9. Self-Harmers, Margaret Fagan.
10.Teamwork, Tamar Schoenfield, Psychotherapist in Private Practice, London.
11. Stepping on the Cracks, Lizzi Payne, Arbours Crisis Centre, London.
12. The State of the Art, Lois Elliott, Associate Director, Arbours Crisis Centre and Julia Saltiel, Arbours Crisis Centre and Support Programme, London. SECTION THREE: CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS.
13. Introduction, Joseph H. Berke, Margaret Fagan, George Mak-Pearce and Stella Pierides-Muller.
14. Survival or Revival? Martin Jenkins, Co-founder Member, Association of Arbours Psychotherapists Borderline Workshop and Arts and Psychoanalytic Thought Workshop.
15. A Fine Balance: Between Hope and Despair, Lois Elliott, Associate Director, Arbours Crisis Centre.
16. Psychotic Interventions, Joseph H. Berke.
17. Inside Outside, Kate Hardwicke.
18. The Arbours Crisis Centre: Then and Now, Laura Forti, Team Leader, Arbours Crisis Centre. SECTION FOUR: AUTHORITY AND MONEY.
19. Best Value Residential Psychotherapy, Edith David, Financial Administrator, Arbours Crisis Centre, London.
20. The Collapsing of the Pyramid, Stanley Schneider, Professor and Chairman of the Programme for advanced Studies in Integrative Psychotherapy, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. 20. Conclusion, Joseph H. Berke, Margaret Fagan, George Mak-Pearce and Stella Pierides-Muller. References. Index.
Joseph H. Berke, an individual and family psychoanalytic psychotherapist, lecturer and teacher. He is founder and director of the Arbours Crisis Centre and is the author of many articles and books on psychological, political and religious themes. Margaret Fagan, who qualified as a psychotherapist with the Arbours Association in 1989, works as a team leader at the Arbours Crisis Centre and is a senior psychotherapist at Brookside Young People's Unit, Goodmayes Hospital. George Mak-Pearce studied history and philosophy of science at Indiana University and subsequently trained as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. He worked as a team leader at the Arbours Crisis Centre, and currently works with young adolescents at the Brandon Centre in London. Stella Pierides-Muller, a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice, is also a team leader at the Arbours Crisis Centre. She is co-founder and member of the Association of Arbours Psychotherapists' Borderline Workshop and Arts and Psychoanalytic Workshop, and her main area of work involves borderline psychotic conditions.