Jacques Lacan and Group Psychotherapy (Volume 34.2)
- Sales Rank:871,956
- Publication Date:2010
The purpose of this special issue on Lacan and group is to present, in their own words, the work of therapists who adapted what they found illuminating and helpful in Lacanian thought. Theory plays a role, of course, in stimulating practice, but practice requires that theory be tested, perhaps transformed. So these articles represent transformations of a body of thought that, even if it is not as dominant as in Europe, maintains in the United States a distinctive profile in a diverse field. Includes, "The Unconscious in the Group: A Lacanian Perspective" by Macario Giraldo; "Lacan, Jouissance, and Group Psychotherapy" by Scott Conkright; "Psychosis or Neurosis? Lacanian Diagnosis and its Relevance for Group Psychotherapists" by Stephanie Swales; "A Theatrical Rendering of Lack in a Trio" by Robert Schulte; "The Institution of Lacan" by Francis Hofstein.
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