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On the dark side of chronic depression, psychoanalytic, social-cultural and research approaches, edited by Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber [and three others]

Table Of Contents
Cover -- Endorsements -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of contributors -- Preface -- 1. Introduction: On the dark side: chronic depression and trauma - signatures of our time? Some societal, conceptual and methodological considerations -- 2. From acedia to melancholy: Sadness in the presence of God -- 3. The unpast core of depression -- 4. The invisible depression -- 5. The denied object of melancholy -- 6. The psychoanalysis of a chronically and severely depressed patient: Or "Don't even think of coming close!" -- 7. "Switching the light off to cast the shadow away" -- 8. Getting out of the shadow of the object -- 9. Together in the magma of despair -- 10. The presence of God in a melancholic patient -- 11. Some aspects of early development and depression: The case of Thea, an adolescent -- 12. Early depressions: Loss of liveliness, withdrawal, psychosomatic issues and risk of developmental delay -- 13. Pluralism in psychoanalytic research: Conceptual framework of the MODE study -- 14. Memory re-consolidation and dreaming: Shadows of the night -- 15. Depression in neuropsychoanalysis: Why does depression feel bad? -- 16. Thoughts on the failure of intersubjective development following maternal-child trauma and loss -- 17. Containing darkness -- Index
Literary Form
non fiction
Includes index
Physical Description
1 online resource (195 pages)
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