By Ann Horne
Winnicott’s Children specializes in the use we make of the pondering and writing of DW Winnicott; how this has better our knowing of kids and the settings the place we paintings, and the way it has stimulated the best way we do this paintings. it's a quantity by way of clinicians, desirous about how, in addition to why, we have interaction with specific young children particularly ways.
The e-book starts with a scholarly and available exposition of where of Winnicott in his time, when it comes to his contemporaries – Melanie Klein, Anna Freud, John Bowlby – and the advance of his considering. the twin specialise in the earliest event of the baby and its results plus the ‘how’ of enticing with youngsters – as good-enough moms or more than enough therapists – is picked up within the chapters that stick to. The function of play is vital to a bankruptcy on supervision; suffering throughout the doldrums might be a part of the adolescent’s event and that of these who interact with him; the position of psychotherapy in a Winnicottian healing group and an internal urban secondary tuition is explored; and a bankruptcy on radio paintings hyperlinks us in my opinion with Winnicott and his wish to speak it seems that and helpfully to parents.
There is a richness within the number of topics during this publication, and within the event of the writers. it's going to attract those that paintings with kids – in baby and family members psychological future health settings, colleges, hospitals, faculties and social care settings.
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Additional info for Winnicott’s Children: Independent Psychoanalytic Approaches With Children and Adolescents
The term first appeared in 1956 in ‘Primary maternal pre-occupation’, a response to a symposium on pre-oedipal development, published in The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child (A Freud 1954: 16–71). Anna Freud had discussed the place of the drives from birth, developing her father’s concept of ‘anaclitic’ relating. Winnicott emphasizes her use of the term ‘need’ rather than desire and questions whether frustration and satisfaction are suitable terms in relation to unmet needs. For him this situation leads to ‘a distortion of development’ (Winnicott 1956c: 301) where the infant faces the most primitive anxieties of annihilation in circumstances which rupture the possibility of establishing the basis for a strong ego.
Playing involves a relation with, and a care of, the self. It is a form of living well (Winnicott 1971c: 50). The essential components of the Winnicottian account are creativity, play as voluntary, primary, related to a particular condition of the mind, to the self, and to the relations between them. Play happens in the intermediate area of experience and the possibility of its existence ‘there’; the possibility of someone being able to play there (and therefore elsewhere) grows out of the potential space between Winnicott in his time 17 child and mother which emerges ‘when experience has produced in the child a high degree of confidence in the mother that she will not fail to be there if suddenly needed’ (Winnicott 1967a: 36).
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