Siblings: Envy and Rivalry, Coexistence and Concern

1st Edition

Beata Maciejewska, Katarzyna Skrzypek, Zuzanna Stadnicka-Dmitriew

Routledge
Published May 9, 2014
Reference - 318 Pages
ISBN 9781780491813 - CAT# K377835
Series: The EFPP Monograph Series

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Table of Contents

Series Editor’s Preface -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Sibling: Intruder or Newcomer -- Sibling rivalry: psychoanalytic aspects and institutional implications -- Siblings in psychotherapy: a report from a preliminary psychoanalytic research project -- Therapeutic group—almost like a family: a few comments on siblings -- The intransience of the sibling bond: a relational and family systems view -- Moses, Aaron, Miriam: integrative sibling relation -- Growing up with a Sick or Disabled Sibling -- The disabled child’s siblings and parents: dealing with the impact of the birth of a disabled sibling: a case study -- The disabled child’s siblings and parents: the ghost sibling -- The disabled child’s siblings and parents: their predicaments -- A family under a microscope: about the influence of family ties through DNA -- Loss of a Sibling -- The transgenerational pattern of trauma transmission -- A sister is being murdered -- Casting a long shadow: implications of sibling loss -- Transference and Countertransference Related to Siblinghood -- The actual twin and the imaginary subject -- The lost twin: on various types of reaction to having a twin sibling -- Experiences with siblings in early childhood: specific forms of transference and countertransference in therapeutic processes -- Lateral vs. Vertical: The Intertwining of the Two Perspectives -- Envy, jealousy, love, and generosity in sibling relations: the impact of sibling relations on future family relations -- The fraternal complex in the Under Five Service -- Ghosts in sibling rivalry -- “We are unbeatable.” The relation between siblings seen as an opportunity or as a retreat: talking about the Oedipus complex—is that old-fashioned? -- The psychotherapists’ relation with their own siblings as a factor shaping the therapeutic relation

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