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Pathologies of the Self

Exploring Narcissistic and Borderline States of Mind

By (author) Phil Mollon
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Confer Books, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Jul 2020
Dimensions: w 127mm h 187mm d 21mm
Weight: 275g
ISBN-10: 1913494004
ISBN-13: 9781913494001
Barcode No: 9781913494001
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Pathologies of the Self explores both narcissistic disturbance and borderline states. For several decades of clinical practice, Phil Mollon has explored and pondered the nature and structure of identity as a core aspect of what drives human action. We are collectively trapped in images, either of our own choosing, or imposed on us by others. These illusions of self shape how we think, feel, and behave and are seemingly necessary for our functioning in society. Some of us become invested in grandiose self-images, consistently sacrificing perceptions of truth and reality in the service of maintaining these fictions. In such states, we are blind to both the subjectivity of others and to the deeper and more authentic aspect of self. Narcissism affects all human beings, and its thematic tentacles enter all forms of psychotherapy.

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"One of the most original thinkers in the mental health profession, Dr. Phil Mollon has written a rich and readable portrait of the complexities of narcissistic and borderline states of mind. Drawing upon a generous range of psychological theories and clinical data, Mollon has provided us with a veritable master class, illuminating these deeply troubling - indeed malignant - features of the human personality." Professor Brett Kahr, Senior Fellow, Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology, London, and Visiting Professor of Psychoanalysis and Mental Health, Regent's School of Psychotherapy and Psychology, Regent's University London