Mentalization: An Overview

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Essay #: 073761
Total text length is 37,832 characters (approximately 26.1 pages).

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Notes for Client
I didn’t use any articles after 2008. I used books; all of them are available for preview on books.google.com, if you search by title.
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Mentalization: An Overview
Introduction
The purpose of this psychoanalytic paper is to offer a thorough overview of
mentalization
, including the following components:
Mentalization
as theorized by Peter
Fonagy
; the beginnings of
mentalization
in Freud’s work;...
The end:
.....San Francisco, CA:
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Stern, D.B. (2009). Partners in thought: Working with unformulated experience, dissociation, and enactment. Toronto, Canada: CRC Press.
Verheugt
, J.E. &
Zevalkink
, J. (2008).
Mentalizing
in child therapy: Guidelines for clinical practitioners. San Francisco, CA:
Karnac
Books.
Williams, P. (2010). The psychoanalytic therapy of severe disturbance. San Francisco, CA:
Karnac
Books.
Zelazo
, P.D., Chandler M.J., & Crone, E. (2009). Developmental social cognitive neuroscience. Toronto, Canada: CRC.