Understanding and Coping with Failure: Psychoanalytic perspectives by Brent Willock
Failure is a topic of great importance in most clinical cases, and in daily life, from birth to death. Their impact can be destabilizing, even catastrophic. Despite these facts, there…
Understanding and Coping with Failure synopsis
Failure is a topic of great importance in most clinical cases, and in daily life, from birth to death. Their impact can be destabilizing, even catastrophic.
Despite these facts, there was no comprehensive exploration of the psychoanalytic subject. Understanding and dealing with failure: Psychological perspectives fill this gap by examining the failure of many perspectives. It goes a long way toward increasing understanding of the many issues involved and provides valuable insights into how to deal with these challenging experiences and many chapters that discuss positive aspects of failure - what can be learned from what could have been unfortunate experiences.
Brent Willock, Rebecca Coleman Curtis and Laurie C. Bohm has a rich variety of topics explored in ways well considered by an international group of authors from the UK, Canada and the USA.
The failed remedies (examined in the literature) are only one element that has been newly explored in this comprehensive exploration of the subject. The book is divided into sections covering the following topics: failure and forgiveness; failure of society on a large scale failure in the family therapeutic failure professional failure in the counseling room and on the career path; integrity versus despair: facing failure in the final stage of life cycle; creative bridges and creativity long shadow of relational shock Childhood.
The understanding andfailure will be greeted with impatience by all those who are trying to increase their awareness, understanding and ability to work with many of the implications of this important issue. Because of the uniqueness of this detailed and detailed elaboration of the complexities of the failure experience, it will be necessary to read psychologists, psychologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and students in these disciplines.
It will also attract a wider audience interested in the perspective of psychoanalysis.
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