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(p. 165) Current psychodynamic approaches with older people 

(p. 165) Current psychodynamic approaches with older people
(p. 165) Current psychodynamic approaches with older people

Inger Hilde Nordhus

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date: 18 January 2021

This chapter describes current psychodynamicapproaches as they appear in the general psychotherapeutic literature, andsubsequently their relevance in terms of treating common presenting problemsof later life. The main focus is on psychodynamic approaches as they appear in modern adult psychotherapyliterature and how they apply when used with older patients. The clinicalapproach presented in this chapter is based on a specific format of case formulation, the cyclical maladaptive pattern, and time-limited dynamic psychotherapy

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