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Tea with Winnicott

Author : Brett Kahr
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In a work of startling originality, Professor Brett Kahr has resurrected Donald Winnicott from the dead and has invited him for a memorable cup of tea at 87 Chester Square – his former London residence – where the two men discuss Winnicott’s life and work in compelling detail. With original drawings by Alison Bechdel, best-selling author and illustrator of Fun Home and Are You My Mother?, this ‘posthumous interview’ will be the perfect guide for students and the ideal present for colleagues.

Couple and Family Psychoanalysis Volume 6 Number 2

Author : Molly Ludlam
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Couple and Family Psychoanalysis is an international journal sponsored by Tavistock Relationships, which aims to promote the theory and practice of working with couple and family relationships from a psychoanalytic perspective. It seeks to provide a forum for disseminating current ideas and research and for developing clinical practice. The annual subscription provides two issues a year. Articles - The Contribution of Enrique Pichon-Rivière: Comparisons with His European Contemporaries and with Modern Theory by David E. Scharff - Ways and Voices in the Psychoanalysis of Links According to Enrique Pichon-Rivière by Rosa Jaitin - The Links: What is Produced in the Space Between Others by Sonia Kleiman - Link and Transference Within Three Interfering Psychic Spaces by René Kaës - An Object Relations Approach to the Couple Relationship: Past, Present, and Future by Mary Morgan - Thinking in Terms of Links by Anna Maria Nicolò

The Winnicott Tradition

Author : Margaret Boyle Spelman
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This volume in a book series on psychoanalytic leaders, provides a geographically global sampler of writing stemming from Winnicott's complex and paradoxical thinking. In the first section, on his work and legacy, his thinking is put into a context to reveal something of the origins, significant milestones, contemporary development, and theoretical expansion of his thinking. In the second section, there is a recognition of the fact that Winnicott privileged clinical work. This section aims to illustrate the evolution of theory, expansion of concepts and applications of Winnicott's body of work to the clinical situation with both children and adults in a variety of settings which include private practice, the health services and residential programmes in a varied array of settings worldwide. The third section on applications of Winnicott's work outside the consulting room celebrates his special capacity as a bridge-builder and as a figure whose work has had a very wide appeal and influence.

Winnicott s Babies and Winnicott s Patients

Author : Margaret Boyle Spelman
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Winnicott's thinking continues to grow in importance in psychoanalysis today. This book can be described as a clinical primer: by presenting her own personal responses to Winnicott and her initial understanding of his thinking, the author tries to help others develop their own 'Winnicott' to assist with their clinical thinking. This book makes explicit the parallel in Winnicott's thinking between the situation of the baby and the 'nursing couple', and the patient and the 'analytic couple'. There are two helpful baby observation pieces which are aimed at first giving something of the experience of completing a baby observation and then of the reporting of it. In addition to these, there are chapters that treat Winnicott's thinking and the comparison of the original baby with the one who appears in the course of an adult therapy. Winnicott's thinking is first situated historically. Then each of his three stages of dependence are explored in detail: absolute dependence, relative dependence, and going towards independence. These are looked at from the viewpoint of the patient/baby and the mother/therapist in both developmental and clinical situations.

Winnicott s Anni Horribiles

Author : Brett Kahr
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Coffee with Freud

Author : Brett Kahr
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This is the second volume in Brett Kahr's 'Interviews with Icons' series, following on from Tea with Winnicott. Professor Kahr, himself a highly regarded psychoanalyst, turns his attention to the work of the father of psychoanalysis. The book is lavishly illustrated by Alison Bechdel, winner of the MacArthur Foundation 'Genius' Award.Sigmund Freud pays another visit to Vienna's renowned Cafe Landtmann, where he had often enjoyed reading newspapers and sipping coffee. Freud explains how he came to invent psychoanalysis, speaks bluntly about his feelings of betrayal by Carl Gustav Jung, recounts his flight from the Nazis, and so much more, all the while explaining his theories of symptom formation and psychosexuality.Framed as a 'posthumous interview', the book serves as the perfect introduction to the work of Freud while examining the context in which he lived and worked. Kahr examines his legacy and considers what Freud has to teach us. In a world where manifestations of sexuality and issues of the mind are ever more widely discussed, the work of Sigmund Freud is more relevant than ever.

Personal Relations Therapy

Author : Harry Guntrip
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"This book gives us the broad sweep of a remarkable psychoanalytic writer, Harry Guntrip, whose place is at the forefront of our efforts to explain the role of an emergent and resilient self in the organization and maintenance of human relations. I believe that a substantial part of Guntrip's discovery, his work on a painful and bleak frontier that was simultaneously within himself and in the realm of the science of psychoanalysis, has been absorbed into the sensibility of the field with far less attribution and direct appreciation than is warranted. "Harry Guntrip brought a unique intensity to the examination of personal experience in constructing and validating psychoanalytic meaning. His heritage draws directly on the tradition of Freud, whose personal struggles formed the raw data for The Interpretation of Dreams. There are few works of such stature in the annals of our work, few examples of the blending of life and art, life and science. "Guntrip's work is one of them. In this volume, Jeremy Hazell has done far more than simply collect the records. He has done that, and he has allowed it to stand for itself. But he has done so through his own lens, through a depth of understanding and valuing that shines through. His introduction is a record of the interweaving of Guntrip's personal growth with his psychoanalytic understanding. It is a Baedeker of Guntrip's travels, a rich appreciation, a tribute, and a fine work in its own right. "Guntrip's work is important to us, perhaps now more than ever. The issues with which he grappled have come to haunt us in a time of ever more consciousness of the toll of social and personal deprivation, and of a growing awareness that our work is not concerned with egos - with the mechanisms of an autonomous mind - as much as it is with selves in relation to others. Taking from his teachers and colleagues, from Fairbairn, Winnicott, and Sutherland, Guntrip worked tirelessly to teach that it is in the depth of personal relations that we find ourselves, and that dedication to this process offers us what we have to give to our patients. "Jeremy Hazell has drawn together the record of this personal journey. He has understood it, absorbed its meaning, and given it to us that we may use it and expand its reach. I am grateful to him for his dedication and for the appearance of this collection at long last, a work that will illuminate paths of new exploration in psychoanalysis for many years to come."

International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Author : Robert J. Langs
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In One s Bones

Author : Donald Woods Winnicott
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Sleights of Mind

Author : Harold N. Boris
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This work is the product of Harold Boris's continuing search for what therapy might be when stripped down to essentials. Writing of group and individual therapy, he covers techniques, confrontation, interpretation and the treatment of anorexia. There are also essays on conditions of the mind.

That s how the Light Gets in

Author : Susan Rako
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A respected Boston psychiatrist offers an account of her life, including her childhood as a piano prodigy, her decision to abandon music in favor of medicine, her early marriage and motherhood, divorce, the influence of years of therapy, her psychiatric p

Beyond Love and Work

Author : Lenore Terr
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A renowned child psychiatrist explores why play, so essential to the healthy development of children, is also very important to adults, helping them clear their minds, relax, and experience creative healing. Reprint.

History Gazetteer and Directory of the County of Devon

Author : William White
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The Human Dimension in Psychoanalytic Practice

Author : Kenneth A. Frank
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D H Lawrence II The fiction

Author : David Ellis
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Psychiatry

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A Dictionary of Kleinian Thought

Author : R. D. Hinshelwood
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An essential reference work for clinicians, psychologists and students.

The Man in the Yellow Hat

Author : Dorothy W. Martyn
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Psychotherapist Dorothy W. Martyn reverses the way in which psychoanalytic psychology and Christian theology have usually been related to one another. With few exceptions, priority has been granted to psychology: infantile needs and wishes spawn religious ideas; from one's life experience onecan proceed to an understanding of God. Tracing the therapeutic journeys of three children, Martyn finds crucial illumination in the insights of Freud, Jung, Winnicott, Klein, and others. But she sees the power that evokes emotional growth in the therapeutic relationship as deriving from motifs ofChristian theology that deepen our understanding of authentic parental love.

The London Mercury

Author : Sir John Collings Squire
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Psychoanalysis and History

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