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Nyberg, V. Hertzmann, L. (2018). A Partnership of Two Therapeutic Models: The Development of Mentalization Based Treatment—Couple Therapy (MBT-CT) Within A Psychoanalytic Framework. Cpl. Fam. Psychoanal., 8(1):23-37.

(2018). Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 8(1):23-37

A Partnership of Two Therapeutic Models: The Development of Mentalization Based Treatment—Couple Therapy (MBT-CT) Within A Psychoanalytic Framework

Viveka Nyberg and Leezah Hertzmann

The paper outlines the origin of Tavistock Relationship's development of a mentalization-based treatment for dysregulated, high-conflict couples. This couple population is often unable to avail themselves of insight based psychodynamic/psychoanalytic couple psychotherapy. The paper examines how the two models, MBT-CT and a psychoanalytic understanding of the couple relationship, interact theoretically within the area of highly troubled couple relationships, with particular emphasis on containment, projective identification, transference, and countertransference.

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