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  • Because Fairbairn thought that it is not possible for the child who needs others to withdraw completely from objects when deprived or thwarted, he viewed the child’s ego as coping with environmental failure by splitting its experiences with bad objects into the following different internal parts, the totality of which is referred to as the endopsychic structure.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • Because Fairbairn thought that it is not possible for the child who needs others to withdraw completely from objects when deprived or thwarted, he viewed the child’s ego as coping with environmental failure by splitting its experiences with bad objects into the following different internal parts, the totality of which is referred to as the endopsychic structure.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • In this process, the ego and internal objects become split and repressed and constitute a closed system the endopsychic structure that takes on a life of its own.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • In this process, the ego and internal objects become split and repressed and constitute a closed system the endopsychic structure that takes on a life of its own.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • The endopsychic structure impedes further personality development and prevents the individual from progressing from infantile dependence to mature dependence and from establishing loving and satisfying bonds with others.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • The endopsychic structure impedes further personality development and prevents the individual from progressing from infantile dependence to mature dependence and from establishing loving and satisfying bonds with others.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • We all dream of shocking things, and if the endopsychic censor were really on duty he would never allow these disgusting dreams to get through.

    A Dominie in Doubt

  • And this means that the theories of universally acting psychical repression, of the unconscious, of the endopsychic censor, of the significance of resistance and amnesia, of the employment of highly complicated and phantastic symbolism, of the manifestations of sexuality and so forth have been made use of in a high-handed, uncalled for, unnecessary and unscientific manner to prove the truth of the thesis with which the author set out upon his journey.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • The great man's views on the "endopsychic myths" embedded in a nation's cultural unconscious are quite pertinent to the ritual murders his young colleague Dr. Max Liebermann sets out to solve in Frank Tallis's latest mystery,

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  • The great man's views on the "endopsychic myths" embedded in a nation's cultural unconscious are quite pertinent to the ritual murders his young colleague Dr. Max Liebermann sets out to solve in Frank Tallis's latest mystery,

    NYT > Home Page

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