Therapeutische Arbeit mit suizidalen Jugendlichen Die psychodynamische Kurztherapie (TAPP)

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Briggs, S. and Lindner, Reinhard 2018. Therapeutische Arbeit mit suizidalen Jugendlichen Die psychodynamische Kurztherapie (TAPP). Suizidprophylaxe: Theorie und Praxis. 45 (4), pp. 125-133.
AuthorsBriggs, S. and Lindner, Reinhard
Abstract

"Time-limited Adolescent Psychodynamic Psychotherapy" (TAPP) is presented in its theoretical-psychoanalytic foundation and practical implementation. It is a form of psychodynamic psychotherapy, especially for suicidal adolescents, in which a transference-based, adolescent development-promoting therapeutic relationship is performed to address suicidal and self-destructive relationship patterns over a 21-hours period. A case study explains and illustrates the treatment principles.

JournalSuizidprophylaxe: Theorie und Praxis
Journal citation45 (4), pp. 125-133
ISSN0173-458X
Year2018
PublisherRoderer Verlag
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Print2018
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Deposited15 May 2019
Accepted01 Sep 2018
Accepted01 Sep 2018
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