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The Clinic of Donald W. Winnicott offers all readers a glimpse of what Winnicott brings to the understanding of the human being, and will appeal to students new to his work, as well as practitioners looking for a concise overview of his ...

Author: Laura Dethiville

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429674624

Category: Psychology

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Paediatric psychoanalyst Donald W. Winnicott is widely recognized as a remarkable clinician. Deprivation, regression, play, antisocial tendencies and "the use of the object" are part of the many clinical conceptions he conceived, and here Laura Dethiville explains each in a clear and precise way, highlighting Winnicott’s originality and enduring relevance. The Clinic of Donald W. Winnicott offers all readers a glimpse of what Winnicott brings to the understanding of the human being, and will appeal to students new to his work, as well as practitioners looking for a concise overview of his work.
2019-01-15 By Laura Dethiville

Winnicott, Donald W. (1962b). Ego Integration in Child Development In: The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment, 1965a (pp. 56–63).

Author: Brett Kahr

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429912498

Category: Psychology

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A distillation of painstaking research into the life of Donald Winnicott, tracing his life from his childhood in Plymouth, through his career in paediatrics, to his election as President of the British Psycho-Analytic Society. The author makes many interesting links between Winnicott's life and the development of his theories.
2018-05-08 By Brett Kahr

Since 2000, the main focus of Clinic activities has been the wider dissemination of the work and ideas of Dr Donald W. Winnicott (1896–1971), ...

Author: Andre Green

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429903106

Category: Psychology

Page: 48

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The third book in the Winnicott Clinic Lecture Series contains a lecture from the author on Winnicott's theory on play. He discusses Winnicott's view on the importance of play and then moves on to presenting his own, somewhat contradictory, view on it. The author provides an innovative and provocative perspective on the subject, inviting people to think independently rather than accepting theories already laid out for them.
2018-05-08 By Andre Green

Reconsidering D. W. Winnicott's Most Famous Child Case Corinne Masur ... Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 27, 167–176. Winnicott, Donald W. (1963f).

Author: Corinne Masur

Publisher: ISD LLC

ISBN: 9781800130067

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

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The Piggle is one of the most famous and beloved child cases in the history of psychoanalysis. A two-year-old girl suffering from terrible nightmares, depression, and self-harming behaviours, the Piggle, came to Donald Winnicott for treatment. In writing up the case and allowing it to be published (with the posthumous help of his wife Clare and his student, Ishak Ramsey), Winnicott invited the world into his consulting room and allowed the inner world of the very young child to be seen. Seven psychoanalysts rediscover the Piggle, meeting her as an adult, re-scrutinising the case as it was formulated by Winnicott, and suggesting new understandings of the Piggle's material. Introduced by a foreword from Angela Joyce, the book features an interview with the adult Piggle, discussing her recollections of the treatment and her view of its impact many years on, as well as a meticulous historical overview from an investigation of 'The Piggle' archive revealing previously unknown information, a critical, detailed reappraisal of the case, and reflections from several authors on how modern psychoanalytic technique might be applied to the case were the Piggle to be seen in 2020. In this age, when the voice of the child needs to be heard more than ever, Finding The Piggle gives new life to this classic piece of psychoanalytic literature in which the importance of the child's feelings and conflicts is made abundantly clear. With this comprehensive exploration, a new generation of clinicians and others can rediscover this important case and think about it anew.
2021-01-31 By Corinne Masur

“I quickly learned to think of my clinic as a department for the management of maternal and paternal hypochondria” (Winnicott, 1958a, p. 50.

Author: Laura Dethiville

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429912894

Category: Psychology

Page: 160

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Winnicott was continually innovating, inventing, and proposing unexpected solutions in his analytical work whenever he noticed that clinical experience "didn't stick to the theory". This approach can make his work seem rather diffuse, with concepts that are sometimes confusing and needing to be clarified. Laura Dethiville has taken on the task of re-evaluating and explaining the principal rudiments of his theories, such as the transitional object, the self, the false self, the importance of environment, and dissociation. She also reveals how Winnicott showed himself to be a forerunner in the care of symptomatic illness in our society, including his innovative treatment of loss of identity, anorexia or bulimia, delinquency, psychosomatic illness, and school disorders. In this book the author has succeeded in avoiding psychoanalytic jargon and, although initially aimed at psychoanalysts, it is also accessible for educators, child carers, paediatricians, and to all those interested in early childhood, the constitution of the psyche, and the constitution of the interpersonal link.
2018-04-24 By Laura Dethiville

'The Winnicott Clinic of Psychotherapy was founded in 1969 and since 2000 has concentrated on the wider dissemination of the work and ideas of Dr Donald W. Winnicott (1896-1971), the distinguished English paediatrician, child psychiatrist ...

Author: André Green

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1855753871

Category: Psychology

Page: 38

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'The Winnicott Clinic of Psychotherapy was founded in 1969 and since 2000 has concentrated on the wider dissemination of the work and ideas of Dr Donald W. Winnicott (1896-1971), the distinguished English paediatrician, child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.
2005 By André Green

... I have dedicated this centenary volume to the memory of Donald Winnicott and to Ved Varma, ... former chairman of the Winnicott Clinic of Psychotherapy, ...

Author: Brett Kahr

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429921292

Category: Psychology

Page: 208

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This excellent book is an intellectual feast and it should be required reading for all students of psychology. It offers an in-depth knowing on Winnicott, his life, his work, and his wisdom. The excellent contributions are written in a very accessible style, bringing the ideas and concepts truly alive to the reader.
2018-04-19 By Brett Kahr

Since 2000, the main focus of Clinic activities has been the wider dissemination of the work and ideas of Dr Donald W. Winnicott (1896–1971), ...

Author: Sir Richard Bowlby

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429913730

Category: Psychology

Page: 54

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This is the second volume in the series based on the annual Donald Winnicott Memorial Lecture. Sir Richard Bowlby looks at the personal and professional lives of Donald Winnicott and Dr John Bowlby, to give a fascinating insight into the worlds of these influential analysts. Also includes Recollections of Donald Winnicott and John Bowlby by Pearl King.
2018-04-24 By Sir Richard Bowlby

London: Karnac, on behalf of The Winnicott Clinic of Psychotherapy. ... Donald W. Winnicott: The illusionist of psychoanalysis. In: R. Zac de Goldstein, ...

Author: Bruce Hauptmann

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429898679

Category: Psychology

Page: 302

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A fascinating book that sets Bowlby and Winnicott in context and relation to one another to provide a new perspective on both, as well as providing a welcome testimony to their enduring legacy.
2018-05-08 By Bruce Hauptmann

The Clinic of Donald W. Winnicott (pp. 13–24). London and New York, NY: Routledge, first pub. 2013 in French. Diem-Wille, Gertraud, Korneilia Steinhardt and ...

Author: Noreen Giffney

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429856938

Category: Psychology

Page: 190

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We are fed at the breast of culture, not wholly but to differing degrees. The Culture-Breast in Psychoanalysis: Cultural Experiences and the Clinic focuses on the formative influence of cultural objects in our lives, and the contribution such experiences make to our mental health and overall wellbeing. The book introduces “the culture-breast”, a new clinical concept, to explore the central importance played by cultural objects in the psychical lives of patients and psychoanalytic clinical practitioners inside and outside the consulting room. Bringing together clinical writings from psychoanalysis and cultural objects from the applied fields of film, art, literature and music, the book also makes an argument for the usefulness of encounters with cultural objects as “non-clinical case studies” in the training and further professional development of psychoanalysts and psychotherapists. Through its engagement with psychosocial studies, this text, furthermore, interrogates, challenges and offers a way through a hierarchical split that has become established in psychoanalysis between “clinical psychoanalysis” and “applied psychoanalysis”. Combining approaches used in clinical, academic and arts settings, The Culture-Breast in Psychoanalysis is an essential resource for clinical practitioners of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, counselling, psychology and psychiatry. It will also be of interest to researchers and practitioners in the fields of psychosocial studies, sociology, social work, cultural studies and the creative and performing arts.
2021-04-25 By Noreen Giffney

... and to Professor George Makari and Ms Diane Richardson for their magnificent stewardship of the Donald W. Winnicott Papers at the Archives of Psychiatry ...

Author: Margaret Boyle Spelman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429922763

Category: Psychology

Page: 432

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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.
2018-05-01 By Margaret Boyle Spelman

Music Therapy, Winnicott and the School of Object Relations Alison Levinge ... 43 Winnicott, Clare 119–21 Winnicott Clinic 34 Winnicott, Donald W. 'A Man ...

Author: Alison Levinge

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781784500191

Category: Psychology

Page: 176

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This book explores how the work of key child development theorists informs music therapy practice with children and families. Focusing primarily on the theoretical thinking and understanding of the paediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott, Alison Levinge highlights how his theories resonate with the central aspects of music therapy. Central to the book are Winnicott's ideas on play and an exploration of his understanding of the psychological processes of 'holding'. Winnicott's theories are given greater depth and understanding by referencing the writings of Adam Phillips and Christopher Bollas. Consideration of relevant aspects of Bowlby's theories will also be included. Knowledge of these theories of child development helps to support understanding of the music therapy process, making this book vital reading for both students and practitioners of music therapy.
2015-03-21 By Alison Levinge

Donald W. Winnicott Clare Winnicott, Ray Shepherd, Madeleine Davis ... I would like to see clinic and private practice compared in the open, ...

Author: Donald W. Winnicott

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429917936

Category: Psychology

Page: 618

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This volume contains ninety-two works by this renowned writer, theoretician, and clinician. Includes critiques of Melanie Klein's ideas and insights into the works of other leading psychoanalysts, and thoughts on such concepts as play in the analytic situation, the fate of the transitional object, regression in psychoanalysis, and the use of silence in psychotherapy.
2018-05-08 By Donald W. Winnicott

Selected Letters of D.W. Winnicott F. Robert Rodman, Donald W. Winnicott. must be remembered, which is that a mother at this time is in one sense highly ...

Author: F. Robert Rodman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429922312

Category: Psychology

Page: 212

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This volume consists of the collected letters of D. W. Winnicott, a central figure in British psychoanalysis in the generation following Freud. Suspicious of dogma and deeply committed to the value of his own observations, he maintained a highly personal therapeutic and theoretical style. His common sense, humour, warmth, and individualism made him resemble an old-fashioned family doctor, while at the same time his soaring intellect addressed the most fundamental matters of the mind.Winnicott was a skilled writer with a gift for making his ideas accessible to general readers as well as professionals. He was also a prolific correspondent. This selection of his letters - to colleagues, to the press, and to people who wrote to him about their problems - displays his lively style as well as his characteristic outspokenness and spontaneity. A pediatrician before he became a psychoanalyst, Winnicott was much concerned with the nature of relationships, beginning with that of mother and infant.
2018-06-27 By F. Robert Rodman

Donald Woods Winnicott Lesley Caldwell, Robert Adès, Helen Taylor Robinson, ... Association of Psychiatric Clinics for Children, at the Waldorf Hotel, ...

Author: D. W. Winnicott

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190271404

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Donald Woods Winnicott (1896-1971) was one of Britain's leading psychoanalysts and pediatricians. The author of some of the most enduring theories of the child and of child analysis, he coined terms such as the "good enough mother" and the "transitional object" (known to most as the security blanket). Winnicott's work is still used today by child and family therapists, social workers, teachers, and psychologists, and his papers and clinical observations are routinely studied by trainees in psychiatry and clinical psychology. Beyond the expected audiences of psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists, Winnicott also wrote for parents, teachers, social workers, childcare specialists, pediatricians, psychologists, art and play therapists, and others in the field of child development. Now, for the first time, virtually all of Winnicott's writings are presented chronologically in 12 volumes, edited and annotated by leading Winnicott scholars. The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott brings together letters, clinical case reports, child consultations, psychoanalytic articles, and papers, including previously unpublished works on topics of continuing interest to contemporary readers (such as delinquency, antisocial behavior, corporal punishment, and child care). The Collected Works begins with an authoritative General Introduction by editors Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson, while each of the volumes features an original introduction examining that volume's major themes and written by an international Winnicott scholar and psychoanalyst. Throughout The Collected Works, editorial annotations provide historical context and background information of scholarly and clinical value. The final volume contains new and illuminating appendices, comprehensive bibliographies of Winnicott's publications and letters, documentation of his lectures and broadcasts, and a selection of his drawings. This extraordinary publication will be an essential resource for Winnicott admirers the world over and those interested in the history and origins of the fields of child development and psychoanalysis.
2016-11-01 By D. W. Winnicott

Donald W Winnicott, 'The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship'in his The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment, 1960, p 49 Just as the ...

Author: Karen A. Franck

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470721902

Category: Architecture

Page: 208

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Completed projects receive more public attention than the process of their creation and so the myth that architects design buildings alone lives on. In fact, architects work with a great many others and the relationships that develop, particularly with clients, have a significant impact on design. Design through Dialogue explores the relationship between client and architect through the lens of four overlapping activities that occur during any project: relating, talking, exploring and transforming. Cases of design and collaboration range from smaller scale retail, residential and educational projects in the US, Sweden, the UK and the Pacific Rim to large institutions, including Seattle’s Central Library, the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC, the Supreme Court in Jerusalem and the Museum of New Zealand. Material is taken from interviews with clients and architects and research in psychotherapy, group dynamics and design studies. Throughout the book aspects of process are linked to design outcomes to illustrate how architects and clients collaborate creatively.
2010-03-22 By Karen A. Franck

Chapter 5 Notes to epigraphs: Donald W. Winnicott, “This Feminism” (1964), in Home Is Where We Start From: Essays by a Psychoanalyst, ed. by Clare Winnicott ...

Author: Shaul Bar-Haim

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812253153

Category: History

Page: 352

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"This book discusses the role of motherhood in psychoanalysis, and how this contributed to the British welfare state in the first half of the twentieth century"--
2021-08-06 By Shaul Bar-Haim

Collected Papers Donald W. Winnicott. required sex and age, of the right diagnostic grouping and degree of illness, with a mother who is genuinely, ...

Author: Donald W. Winnicott

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429923005

Category: Psychology

Page: 400

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The value of Winnicott's work has become more and more widely recognized not only among psycho-analysts but also psychologists, educators, social workers, and men and women in every branch of medicine; indeed, all whose work or practice involves the care of children in health or sickness.An important part of the value of these writings lies in the uniquely binocular view with which the author regards the subjects of his investigation. With him, pediatrics informs psycho-analysis; psycho-analysis illuminates pediatrics. This book is not concerned with innovation in basic psychoanalytic concepts or techniques, but with the formulation and testing-out of ideas whose origin was in the challenge of day-to-day clinical work that was the staple of Winnocott's medical experience throughout his professional life.This book is arranged in three sections. The first represents Winnicott's attitudes as a pediatrician prior to training in psycho-analysis, and demonstrates the degree to which a purely formal pediatric approach requires as an effective complement a deeper understanding of the emotional problems of child development.
2018-04-19 By Donald W. Winnicott

... remarked on how deep was Kohut's knowledge of their work , despite his disagreements with their conceptualizations.75 The mystery is Donald W. Winnicott ...

Author: Charles Strozier

Publisher: Other Press, LLC

ISBN: 9781635421224

Category: Psychology

Page: 538

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Heinz Kohut (1913-1981) stood at the center of the twentieth-century psychoanalytic movement. After fleeing his native Vienna when the Nazis took power, he arrived in Chicago, where he spent the rest of his life. He became the most creative figure in the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, and is now remembered as the founder of 'self psychology,' whose emphasis on empathy sought to make Freudian psychoanalysis less neutral. Kohut's life invited complexity. He obfuscated his identity as a Jew, negotiated a protean sexuality, and could be surprisingly secretive about his health and other matters. In this biography, Charles Strozier shows Kohut as a paradigmatic figure in American intellectual life: a charismatic man whose ideas embodied the hope and confusions of a country still in turmoil. Inherent in his life and formulated in his work were the core issues of modern America. The years after World War II were the halcyon days of American psychoanalysis, which thrived as one analyst after another expanded upon Freud's insights. The gradual erosion of the discipline's humanism, however, began to trouble clinicians and patients alike. Heinz Kohut took the lead in the creation of the first authentically home-grown psychoanalytic movement. It took an emigre be so distinctly American. Strozier brings to his telling of Kohut's life all the tools of a skillful analyst: intelligence, erudition, empathy, contrary insight, and a willingness to look far below the surface.
2020-10-13 By Charles Strozier

Additionally, I must convey my appreciation to Paul Bunten and Dr George Makari, custodians of the Donald W. Winnicott Papers at The Oskar Diethelm Library ...

Author: Brett Kahr

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429913853

Category: Psychology

Page: 147

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This exceptional book adds to the fast growing area of forensic psychotherapy and shows the relevance of Winnicott's work to therapy with some of the most deprived in our society. Contributors:Brett Kahr; Jennifer Johns; Estela Welldon; Joan Raphael-Leff; Valerie Sinason; Jeannie Milligan; Donald Campbell; Em Farrell; Peter Giovacchini; Charles Socarides; Murray Cox.
2018-03-26 By Brett Kahr

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