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작성자  simonshin 작성일  2017.01.11 20:05 조회수 895 추천 0
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 신현근 박사 강의안: 절연 (Insulation) 의 필요성  
첨부파일 : f1_20170111200523.pdf
 

과목: 현대정신분석의 개입 기법

주제: 절연의 필요성

강사: 신현근 박사

내용: 강의안

교재: Spotnitz, H. (1976). The need for insulation. In Psychopathology of preoedipal conditions. Northvale (pp. 117-136), NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

 The Need for Insulation

 

1.      Concept of Protection

2.      Inadequacy of Protection

 

3.      Attempts at Compensation

3.1.   When asked why he clung obsessively to the same topic session after session, he said he always hammered away at one subject at a time.

3.1.1.      In this situation, the young employed simultaneously five characteristic patterns of insulation: self-isolation, shutting out stimuli, forceful repetition as a protective pattern against new simulation, cling to one idea, and self-justification.

3.2.   All of its energy is invested in compensating for the inadequate insulation.

3.2.1.      To remove himself from the danger of being overstimulated, the schizophrenic resorts to pathological narcissism and emotional seclusion.

3.2.2.      He sacrifices his ego to insulate himself against the danger of destroying his object.

 

4.      The Normal Protective Coating

4.1.   The capacity to love the self and the object develops through the introceptive feelings that a loving mother generates in her infant by sensing his needs and responding to them with intuitive understanding.

4.1.1.      Her reinforcement of his love response s has an insulative value.

4.2.   On the other hand, strongly negative feelings stimulated in him tend to reduce the strengthening effect of positive feelings and lead to distorted perceptions of the parent.

4.3.   It is my opinion that schizophrenic patients, as infants, were oversensitive to negative introceptive feelings – their own and those of the mother and other adults.

 

5.      Failure to achieving protective coating

5.1.   External stimuli

5.2.   Internal stimuli

6.      Freud’s Early Formulation

7.      Penfield’s studies

8.      Implications for Psychotherapy

8.1.   Initial climate

8.2.   Discouraging destructive action

8.3.   Increasing insulative capacity

8.4.   Frustration dosage

8.5.   Goal-oriented interventions

9.      Clinical Illustration

 

10.  Functioning with Adequate Insulation

10.1.                    The schizophrenia represents a pathological mode of insulation against destructive effects of undischarged aggressive energy.

10.1.1.  When the goal-oriented therapist operates in terms of this understanding to build up the insulative capacity of the ego, and help it develop appropriate patterns of discharge of this energy, the patient is able to function without recourse to ego-sacrificing forms of insulation.

10.2.                    The therapist with the right feelings can develop maneuvers which, properly timed and applied, will build up the insulative capacity of the patient’s ego and enrich its patterns of self-expression.

10.3.                    Ultimately, I believe that the special approaches being developed for the treatment of the preverbal personality will facilitate the emergence of a more efficient form of psychotherapy for both verbal and preverbal personalities – a modern form of psychoanalysis.


 
 
 
 
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