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Dowling, S. (1991). Conflict and Compromise: Therapeutic Implications. Conflict and Compromise: Therapeutic Implications, 1-238. International Universities Press, Inc. Madison Connecticut.

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Dowling, S. (1991). Conflict and Compromise: Therapeutic Implications , 1-238. International Universities Press, Inc. Madison Connecticut .

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Edited by:
Scott Dowling, M.D.

Contents

Contributors vii
Introduction  
  Scott Dowling, M.D. ix
Section I. The Workshop Papers
1. Conflict, Trauma, and Deficit  
  Jacob A. Arlow, M.D. 3
2. Conflict, Compromise Formation, and Structural Theory  
  Dale Boesky, M.D. 15
3. Psychological Conflict in Childhood  
  Robert L. Tyson, M.D. 31
4. Therapeutic Strategies in Dealing with Neurotic Patients' Marital Problems  
  Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer, Ph.D. 49
5. Technical Considerations in Treating Patients with Character Disorders  
  Ernest Kafka, M.D. 65
6. Working with Conflict and Deficit in Borderline and Narcissistic Patients  
  Martin S. Willick, M.D. 77


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Section II. The Discussions
7. Conflict and Compromise: Therapeutic Strategies for Clinicians  
  Charles Brenner, M.D. 97
8. Conflict and Compromise: A Discussion  
  Milton H. Bronstein, M.D. 107
9. An Object Relations Approach to Conflict and Compromise Formation  
  Frederick Vaquer, M.D. 115
10. A Self Psychological Perspective  
  Paul H. Ornstein, M.D. 133
Section III. The Authors Respond
11. The Authors Respond  
  Dale Boesky, M.D., Robert L. Tyson, M.D., Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer, Ph.D., Ernest Kafka, M.D., Martin S. Willick, M.D. 173
References 219
Name Index 229
Subject Index 231


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Dowling, S. (1991). Conflict and Compromise: Therapeutic Implications. 1-238. International Universities Press, Inc. Madison Connecticut .

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WARNING! This text is printed for personal use. It is copyright to the journal in which it originally appeared. It is illegal to redistribute it in any form.