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    • Do attitudes in society play a part in the approach to antenatal services? 

      Martin, Geraldine (Dublin Business School, 2007)
      According to Studies across the UK and Ireland since 1995, there has been extensive identification that drug-dependent women are a distinct group among women using the maternity services. The objective of this research ...
    • Embracing Transference 

      Byrne, May (Dublin Business School, 2006)
      This thesis examines the role of psychoanalysis in the treatment of addiction, this is done by exploring psychoanalytic principles that are particularly relevant to addiction treatment, those of transference, repression ...
    • Love is a metaphor 

      Payne, Elin (Dublin Business School, 2006)
      What does love have to do with Lacan's idea of the transference and how is Plato's Symposium relevant to this topic? The statement implicit in the title and this question are found in Lacan' s Seminar VIII on Transference ...
    • A new dimension in recovery : a study examining the Inclusion of spirituality in the field of addiction 

      Chavez, Maria (Dublin Business School, 2007)
      This study examines the inclusion of a spiritual dimension in the clinical setting as it is experienced by treatment providers in a variety of clinical settings. This research explores how these individuals conceptualize ...
    • The Nightmare 

      Stenson, Audrey (Dublin Business School, 2004)
      Henry Fuseli was a forerunner of the artistic Romantic era; many of his works reveal his love for the grotesque, the sublime, and the fantastic. He is best remembered for The Nightmare (1781) and his fascination with the ...
    • The perspective of the person and the counselling relationship in the humanistic tradition 

      Doyle, James (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      The Humanistic tradition in counselling and psychotherapy has its roots in a broader philosophical tradition most particularly in Existentialism. The writings of Kierkegaard and Heidegger and the perspective of the person ...
    • Screen memories as a formation of the unconscious 

      Magee, Brian (Dublin Business School, 2009)
      During arguably the most productive period of his life spanning ten years from 1895 – 1905 Freud developed his Final Year Project of the psyche and its unconscious mechanisms, the psychosexual development of the individual, ...
    • The secret of Psychoanalysis 

      Sugg, Alice (Dublin Business School, 2004)
      The first chapter will consider the validity of Freud's revolutionary claim that the human person has sexual experience before puberty. The tendency towards amnesia; the forgetting of infantile and early childhood periods, ...
    • What happens when a woman becomes a mother? 

      Kirwan, Leoni (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      This thesis explores the question ‘What happens when a woman becomes a mother?’ Many women find themselves in crisis following pregnancy. The question of this thesis is important to an understanding of what may be involved ...