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Sigmund Freud took a strong interest in anxiety throughout his professional life.
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Condition: New. Revised ed. Language: English. Brand new Book. Anxiety may be debilitating or stimulating; it can result in neurotic symptoms or in improved, heightened performance in an actor or athlete. It is something every human being has experienced.
As Professor G. Carstairs points out in his Foreword: 'During the course of the twentieth century we have found it progressively easier to concede that we are all to often swayed by emotion rather than reason. We have come to recognize the symptoms of neurotically ill patients are only an exaggeration of experiences common to us all, and hence that the unraveling of the psychodynamics of neurosis can teach us more about ourselves'. Although Charles Rycroft is also a psychoanalyst, it is as a biologist that he has made this study of anxiety, the three basic responses to it - attack, flight or submission - and the obsessional, phobic and schizoid and hysterical defenses.
Written in precise but everyday language, Anxiety and Neurosis is based on adult experiences rather than the speculative theories of infantile instinctual development. Its clarity and authority can only add to Dr Rycroft's established international reputation.
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Continue shopping. Title: anxiety neurosis. United Kingdom. Search Within These Results:. Anxiety and Neurosis Pelican S. Anxiety And Neurosis Pelican S. Seller Image. Anxiety and Neurosis. Rycroft, Charles. To extend the understanding of the clinical role in context 3. To provide practical and theoretical support in approaching the challenges of placement 4.
To broaden understanding of client presentations 5. To broaden understanding of ways of working with clients. Module learning outcomes By the end of the module you should be able to: 1. Have a deeper understanding of the professional role of counsellor 2. Understand the basics of psychodynamic theory and its application to practice 3. Have greater confidence in taking up the role 4. Be familiar with a range of client presentations 5. Be familiar with and develop skill in a range of different techniques used in psychodynamic work. Module information No additional information available.
Learning and teaching methods Theory seminars will consist of lectures and discussions, sometimes led by student presentations. Workshops will be varied, with different methods such as discussion, role-play, audio-visual material to respond to and other experiential exercises Clinical seminars will consist of presentation of client work by students which will then be discussed in the group.
Module supervisor and teaching staff. Teaching staff: Sue Kegerreis. Contact details: Student Administrator 5A. Available to Outside Option: No. Available to Audit: Yes. Institution: Middlesex University. Academic role: Senior Lecturer. Teaching materials: Available via Moodle. Further information.