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Assessing Burdening Guilt and Its Correlates

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Jessica Leonardi, Psy.D., Francesco Gazzillo, Ph.D., Bernard Gorman, Ph.D., and Marshall Bush, Ph.D. Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 51(4), 479–499, 2023© 2023 The American Academy of Psychodynamic Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis https://doi.org/10.1521/pdps.2023.51.4.479 Abstract Burdening guilt refers to the belief that one’s emotions, needs, and ways of being are a burden to others, and is…

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Testing and treatment‐by‐attitude in psychotherapy for pathological narcissism: A clinical illustration

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David Kealy – Francesco Gazzillo ABSTRACT – Il narcisismo patologico è una costellazione di personalità che comprende un’immagine di sé distorta, una autostima disadatta e difficoltà nelle relazioni intime. I pazienti con narcisismo patologico elevato possono non soddisfare necessariamente i criteri per il disturbo narcisistico di personalità e possono cercare…

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Vicious Relational Circles and Chronic Couple Conflictuality: An Empirical Study

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Fiorenza Eleonora · Crisafulli Valeria · Carpentieri Renato · Emma De Luca · Clarissa Di Filippo · Michela La Stella · Leonardi Jessica · Mannocchi Camilla · Rodomonti Martina · Rosi Laura · Santodoro Marianna · Gazzillo Francesco Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy https://doi.org/10.1007/s10879-023-09607-5 Abstract The study aims to empirically assess the control-mastery theory hypothesis that considers chronic couple conflictuality as the…

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4 Forms of Guilt and How They Can Affect Your Relationship – Psychology Today

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da Psycology Today la recensione di un articolo della nostra Jessica Leonardi (Leonardi, J., Gazzillo, F., Gorman, B. S. & Kealy, D. (2022). Understanding interpersonal guilt: Associations with attachment, altruism, and personality pathology. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 63, 573–580. DOI: 10.1111/sjop.12854) Il desiderio di aiutare l’individuo a cui ti senti…

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“The therapeutic effects of the therapists’ ability to pass their patients’ tests in psychotherapy” di Ramona Fimiani et al.

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According to Control-Mastery Theory (CMT)—a cognitive-dynamic relational theory of mental functioning, psychopathology, and psychotherapy—patients come to therapy with an unconscious plan to disprove their pathogenic beliefs and achieve adaptive goals. One of the primary ways patients work to disconfirm their pathogenic beliefs is by testing them within the therapeutic relationship….

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“Il cane come elemento del setting terapeutico: alcune riflessioni personali in ottica CMT” di Laura Rosi

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Le considerazioni che seguiranno sono frutto della mia esperienza personale, dunque non finalizzate ad essere generalizzate o generalizzabili. Il mio desiderio è quello di raccontare la mia esperienza da terapeuta in questi ultimi anni, affinché possa magari essere il punto di partenza per alcune riflessioni. Per continuare a leggere, cliccare…

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“Description and First Steps Toward the Empirical Validation of the Plan Formulation Method for Couples” di Martina Rodomonti et al.

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The aim of this paper is to empirically assess the reliability of the plan formulation method for couples, a procedure for formulating the case, planning, and monitoring the couple therapies according to control-mastery theory. We hypothesized that when couples are looking for couple therapy, they have an unconscious couple’s plan…

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