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Shame and the origins of self-esteem : a Jungian approach

By: Jacoby, Mario A. 1925-
Material type: TextTextLondon/New York Routledge c1994*Description: ix, 131p Includes appendix, bibliographic references and indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0415075262Subject(s): Shame | Self-Esteem | Self (Philosophy) | Emotions | Guilt | Anxiety | Erikson, Erik H. (Erik Homburger), 1902-1994 | Winnicott, Donald Woods. 1896-1971 | Masochism | Loneliness | Inferiority Complex | Tales--Psychological Aspects | Stern, Daniel N
Contents:
Chapters: 1: The phenomenology of shame and shame-anxiety -- 2.The psychological meaning of shame -- 3. The feeling of self-esteem -- 4. The psychogenesis of shame and susceptibility to shame -- 5.Variations on the experience of shame -- 6. Motifs of shame in the therapeutic relationship -- 7. Psychotherapy with problems of self-esteem and susceptibility to shame -- Appendix: Concepts of the ego and self : a comparison.
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First published as Scham-Angst und Selbstwertgefuhl by Walter Verlag, Olten 1991. Trans. by Douglas Whitcher in collaboration with the author.

Self (Philosophy) : Chapt. 3: The feeling of self-esteem; Chapt. 7: Psychotherapy with problems of self-esteem and susceptibility to shame.. The difference between shame and guilt, p1-4.. Anxiety and shame, p4-6.. Erikson, Erik : The psychoanalytical theory of shame, p51-54.. Persona (C. G. Jung) and False Self (D.W. Winnicott), p59-60.. Masochism, 73-76.. Loneliness, p90-94.. Inferiority Complex, p61-67.. The Snow White syndrome: an example from analytic practice, p106-113.. Stern, Daniel N : Stages in the organization of the sense of self, p28-33.

Chapters: 1: The phenomenology of shame and shame-anxiety -- 2.The psychological meaning of shame -- 3. The feeling of self-esteem -- 4. The psychogenesis of shame and susceptibility to shame -- 5.Variations on the experience of shame -- 6. Motifs of shame in the therapeutic relationship -- 7. Psychotherapy with problems of self-esteem and susceptibility to shame -- Appendix: Concepts of the ego and self : a comparison.

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