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ISBN: 0393707199
Author: Judith Rustin
Language: English
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; 1st edition (December 31, 2012)
Pages: 224
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 361
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Offering clinical insights into key developmental mechanisms, Judith Rustin highlights the possibilities for new and creative treatment protocols.

Offering clinical insights into key developmental mechanisms, Judith Rustin highlights the possibilities for new and creative treatment protocols. Using examples from her own practice to show how a clinician might integrate these concepts into psychodynamic practice, she invites other clinicians to experiment with finding their own pathways to integration of this valuable material in the clinical endeavor.

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Book synopsis: Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience is a multi-disciplinary overview of psychological and emotional development, from infancy through to adulthood.

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A major strength of this text is the author's utilization of extensive clinical material. I was able to glean a real sense of the author's clinical work and the examples leave no doubt that her integration of theory into practice has altered her approach to clinical work.

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Translating recent neuroscience and infant research to clinical practice.

By decoding the scientific data, this book explains how recent findings from brain and infant research can expand a clinician’s understanding of the therapist-client relationship and, in turn, improve how therapy is done. Offering clinical insights into key developmental mechanisms, Judith Rustin highlights the possibilities for new and creative treatment protocols. She summarizes and synthesizes basic concepts and ideas derived from infant research and neuroscience for clinicians not familiar with the literature. Using examples from her own practice to show how a clinician might integrate these concepts into psychodynamic practice, she invites other clinicians to experiment with finding their own pathways to integration of this valuable material in the clinical endeavor. Rustin explains how self- and mutual regulation (or bidirectional interaction)―concepts of which are both firmly grounded in the dyadic systems model of interaction―develop in infancy, how they contribute to a growing sense of self, and how they ultimately serve as templates for future interactions with others. She explains and shows how an understanding of them enriches a two-person perspective in clinical work. She then focuses on the brain science behind four additional concepts, each of which has particular application to clinical work: memory, the mind–body connection, the fear system, and mirror neurons and the concept of shared circuitry. Clinical material is interwoven with explications of each concept.

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Unlike many books on this subject, which tend to overwhelm the reader with neurological terminology and remain distant from clinical practice, Rustin's book makes use of simple but sophisticated explanations of neuroscientific findings and ties them directly to specific ways of understanding and working with patients in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Her clinical examples are clear and vivid, and approach is both developed and non-dogmatic.
olgasmile
Very insightful and thoroughly researched. This book will add to any therapists library knowledge and a deeper understanding in working with patients.
Dagdalas
My initial acquaintance with Judith Rustin was a frustrating one. I was unable to attend a conference where she was presenting a paper on the contributions of neuroscience to the treatment of eating disorders. Undaunted in my quest to learn the latest developments in the field as applied to clinical practice, I searched for her published work & discovered that she had a book soon to be published. Without hesitation, I ordered it. Over a year has passed, but now, at last, the book I've been waiting for has arrived!
And it doesn't disappoint. In this volume, Judith Rustin has culled her impressive knowledge of the latest contributions in psychoanalytic thinking and offers us this invaluable guide. She has managed to harmoniously integrate, simply and intelligently, clearly & non-dogmatically the diverse voices of neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists, infant researchers, mind-body perspectives. Her mastery of the material is evident; her writing is accessible and deftly applied to clinical situations. True to its subtitle, this book actually serves wonderfully to enhance our clinical repertoire. Rustin has the ability to distill complex ideas to their essence; to offer what is relevant to inform our thinking; to understand how people change; and to give us the tools to participate more fully in that journey with our patients.
As a teaching and training resource for a broad spectrum of students, it is a gem. Written both to introduce beginners to this material and to enrich more sophisticated, seasoned practitioners, it is ideal for reading assignments in classes and study groups. The last chapter "Weaving Together New Research with Traditional Theory" offers a beautiful, "hands-on" synthesis of the progression of theory and practice and captures the excitement of growth and change - in our profession as well as in our patients.
Beranyle
Judith Rustin's new book, Infant Research & Neuroscience at Work in Psychotherapy, offers an engaging overview of current research, and a new perspective from which to understand clients' symptoms and relational responses. As a contributor to one chapter, I found Rustin's overview of key concepts, such as self and mutual regulation, mirror neurons, and the fear system, useful in expanding my empathic engagement with clients. With illustrative case examples, Rustin invites the clinician to attend to the implicit, non-verbal register, such as one's own body state, and the client's visual and rhythmic communication, as invaluable information about the client's templates of self with other. This accessible book, with incisive writing and concepts, suggests ways for deeper therapeutic engagement for the beginning and advanced clinician.

Heather Ferguson,
Psychotherapist
NYC

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