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The Borderline Concept in America
Early Conceptions of Borderline Pathology
Psychological Testing Models
Borderline Pathology in Descriptive Psychiatry
Post-traumatic and Dissociative Models
Borderline Personality in the “DSM”
Psychoanalytic Conceptions of the Borderline Patient
Early Psychoanalytic Contributions
Frosch’s Psychotic Character
Later Psychoanalytic Theorists
Otto Kernberg and the “Borderline Conditions”
Post-Freudian Developments in Psychoanalytic Theory
“Object” Relations
Kernberg’s Theory of the Borderline
The Descriptive or “Presumptive” Diagnosis
Kernberg’s Structural Analysis
The Id in the Borderline Structure
The Superego in the Borderline Structure
The Genetic-Dynamic Analysis and Developmental Theory
Kernberg’s Three Psychic Structures
The Interview as a Diagnostic tool
Empirical Assessment of Structural Diagnosis
The Clinical Value of Structural Analysis
Lacanian Psychoanalysis
The History of Psychoanalysis in France
Linguistic Structures
The Mirror Stage: The Scenario of Ego formation
Lacan’s Critique of Developmental Psychoanalysis
The Symbolic Order
Lacan’s Conception of the Oedipus complex
The Three Stages of the Oedipus Complex
The Prohibition of Incest
The Imaginary, the Symbolic and the Real
The Unconscious
Need – Demand – Desire
Structure and Diagnosis
The Hysterical Structure
Hysteria in Men
Obsessional neurosis
"Katherine": The Presenting Problem
Family Structure and Childhood History
Work History
Course of Treatment
Katherine as a Kernbergian “Borderline”
Kernberg's Presumptive Criteria
Kernberg's Structural Diagnosis
The Structural Interview
Katherine: The Diagnostic Interview
Identity or Desire?
The Didactic Phase of Treatment
From Interview to Treatment
Lacanian Structural Diagnosis
The Analysis of Two Dreams
Oedipal Vicissitudes
Katherine's Subjectivity
Lacanian Inter-Generational Analysis
The “Name of the Father”
Katherine as a Neurotic Individual
Lacan and the Borderline Conditions
Elements of a Lacanian Critique of the Borderline Concept
The Merger of Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis
The Critique of the Role of the Symptom
The Role of the Ego and the Ethics of Psychotherapy
Lacan and Family Therapy
The Pre-oedipal vs. Oedipal Controversy
The Critique of Objects Relations Theory
Borderline Structure as Part of the Human Condition
The Continuum of Diagnosis
Empirical, Philosophical and Ethical Considerations
The Borderline Diagnosis in Children and Adolescence
Criticisms of the Borderline Concept in Children
Limitations of Interpretive Theory
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Borderline Personality Disorder- A Lacanian Perspective 6-30-08

Borderline Personality Disorder- A Lacanian Perspective 6-30-08

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