Psyche and relationships in neurotic, borderline, psychotic organization.
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Psychodinamics and structures in the psycho-affective development.
Theoretical foundations of the science and its developments.
The main models, theoretic and clinical, including therapeutical applications.
Basic concepts of the psychodinamics, as anguish, drive, desire, "psychic reality", defences, conflict, and so on, by a critical comparison between the two main orientations, evolutionist and structuralist.
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Learning Objectives - Last names A-K
Learning how to distinguish neurotic, borderline, psychotic, ways of functioning.
The archetypical point of view. Exercising these theoretic concepts on cases.
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Understanding of the psychoanalytic pattern as the ground of psychodynamics. Following and actual developments.
Developing a critic thinking in a comparison between theories, and different areas and patterns, with a particular regard for some theoretic and clinical trends: intrapsychic, relational, representational, structural.
Acquisition of a complex-critical thinking for listening psychical reality.
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written and oral examination
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1) Psychological disciplines in their historical context
2) Meanings of the term dynamic
5) Libido and relationship
6) Trauma between reality and phantasy
7) Role of the historical context
11) Dream interpretation
12) Lapsus and concept of memory
13) Transference and countertransference
14) Role of sexuality
15) Psychic trauma
16) Criteria for distinguishing between types of psychic functioning
17) Hysterical disorder and histrionic personality disorder
18) Oedipus as complex and as structure
19) Oedipus in women.
20) Pre-oedipical dyadic relationship
25) Psychotherapeutic treatments
26) Impulsivity, strength/weakness of the Ego, cohesion/diffusion of identity
27) Reality principle, reality testing
29) Stages of repression
30) Projection and introjection
31) Paranoid-schizoid position
32) Depression and reparation
33) Characteristic features of psychoanalysis one hundred years after Freud.
34) Phenomena in vivo and in films, observed and processed by psychodynamic lens
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Introduction to dynamic psychology as a critical-complex approach to the mind.
Insights on the relationships between theory and clinic in dynamic psychology. The primacy of affectivity, the unconscious, the conflict, the symptom in the psychodynamic perspective.
The concept of psychical reality. Psychoanalytical clinic as a complex dynamical experience, where trauma, desire, phantasy and narration articulate among themselves.