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    Christopher W.T. Miller.
    Summary: "With a mix of theory, practical advice, and illustrative clinical material, The Object Relations Lens is a compelling and indispensable resource for any clinician interested in applying the object relations model to their clinical or academic work. As accessible to trainees as it is to experienced clinicians, Dr. Christopher Miller clearly outlines object relations theory, leveraging clinical vignettes to underline the framework's applicability both in therapy and acute care settings. Readers in academic settings will also find experience-near ways of assimilating the concepts introduced in the book, as well as best practices for utilizing supervision and extensive literature recommendations. With a detailed discussion of the neuroscientific model of object relations and the integration of concepts from other schools of psychoanalytic thought that help consolidate certain discussion points, this volume will provide readers with an updated and scientifically informed understanding of how object relations theory can be harmonized with psychiatric theory and practice"-- Provided by publisher.

    Starting Psychotherapy Supervision
    Establishing and Maintaining a Therapeutic Frame
    Words and Silence
    Finding the Focus : Content Versus Process
    Developing a Sense of Self : Theory
    Developing a Sense of Self : Clinical
    The Oedipal Situation (Exclusion and Rivalry) : Theory
    The Oedipal Situation (Exclusion and Rivalry) : Clinical
    A Neuroscientific Perspective on Object Relations