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Tio terapeuters berättelser om den ohjälpta patienten: En hermeneutisk studie

Bergill, E Christina LU (2012) PPTP06 20121
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
The thesis is a qualitative study of ten psychotherapists’ experiences of psychotherapies with unsatisfying progress. Nine therapists were interviewed and one therapist wrote a case study. The therapists were asked to tell about a completed therapy which had left them with a sense of non-changing in respect of the patient. One of the psychotherapists lacked such experience. The main part of the thesis consists of a reading of each interview which is simultaneously phenomenological (describing) and hermeneutical (interpreting). Psychoanalytical conceptions like working alliance and counter-transference are used, and narratology is employed for a piece of text. In the conclusion there is a discussion of how the therapists re-establish the... (More)
The thesis is a qualitative study of ten psychotherapists’ experiences of psychotherapies with unsatisfying progress. Nine therapists were interviewed and one therapist wrote a case study. The therapists were asked to tell about a completed therapy which had left them with a sense of non-changing in respect of the patient. One of the psychotherapists lacked such experience. The main part of the thesis consists of a reading of each interview which is simultaneously phenomenological (describing) and hermeneutical (interpreting). Psychoanalytical conceptions like working alliance and counter-transference are used, and narratology is employed for a piece of text. In the conclusion there is a discussion of how the therapists re-establish the normality when the expected (the progress) did not occur. (Less)
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author
Bergill, E Christina LU
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PPTP06 20121
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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keywords
Qualitative, hermeneutic, narratology, failed progress, working alliance
language
Swedish
id
3054899
date added to LUP
2012-09-20 15:20:56
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  abstract     = {The thesis is a qualitative study of ten psychotherapists’ experiences of psychotherapies with unsatisfying progress. Nine therapists were interviewed and one therapist wrote a case study. The therapists were asked to tell about a completed therapy which had left them with a sense of non-changing in respect of the patient. One of the psychotherapists lacked such experience. The main part of the thesis consists of a reading of each interview which is simultaneously phenomenological (describing) and hermeneutical (interpreting). Psychoanalytical conceptions like working alliance and counter-transference are used, and narratology is employed for a piece of text. In the conclusion there is a discussion of how the therapists re-establish the normality when the expected (the progress) did not occur.},
  author       = {Bergill, E Christina},
  keyword      = {Qualitative,hermeneutic,narratology,failed progress,working alliance},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Tio terapeuters berättelser om den ohjälpta patienten: En hermeneutisk studie},
  year         = {2012},
}