Contemporary Clinical Practice

The Holding Environment Under Assault

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-4123-6 (Print) 978-1-4614-4124-3 (Online)

Table of contents (10 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vii

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    Pages 1-11

    The World Outside: Its Impact on the Treatment Setting

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    Pages 13-18

    The Erosion of the Sociopolitical Holding Environment and the Collapse of the Potential Space for Creative Repair

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    Pages 19-27

    Grief and Loss in an Age of Global Trauma: Protest and Despair Versus Attachment and Reorganization

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    Pages 29-40

    Integrating the Internal and External Worlds of Clinical Social Work: A Philosophical and Political Search

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    Pages 41-49

    Virtual Intimacy in the Therapeutic Space: Help or Hindrance?

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    Pages 51-60

    What Happens to Confidentiality When the Government Enters the Treatment Room via the PATRIOT Act, HIPAA, and Managed Care?

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    Pages 61-72

    A Perfect Storm: The Influence of Outside Forces on Social Work Education

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    Pages 73-83

    Silence in the Clinical Hour: A Time to Speak

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    Pages 85-98

    Real Experiences Revisited: The Significance of Attachment, Separation, and Loss in Adult Psychotherapy

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    Pages 99-115

    Saving the World One Patient at a Time: Psychoanalysis and Social Critique

  12. Back Matter

    Pages 117-120