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Surviving Space

Author : Andrew Briggs
ISBN : 9780429919572
Genre : Psychology
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Surviving Space is a collection of papers on infant observation and related issues by contemporary experts in the field, commemorating the centenary of Esther Bick and the unique contribution she has made to psychoanalytic theory. As part of the prestigious Tavistock Clinic Series, this is an essential addition to this highly-valued and innovative series. Infant observation is crucial to most psychotherapy training, and this work would be of obvious value to those commencing their training, as well as valuable insights for all psychotherapists.

Waiting To Be Found

Author : Andrew Briggs
ISBN : 9781781811603
Genre : Psychology
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This book is about children in State care and its title - Waiting to be Found - is derived from an observation about such children by the child psychotherapist Hamish Canham. In one of his early papers Canham wrote that children's homes often reminded him of "station waiting rooms with children waiting to move on to their next placement and staff waiting for the next shift, or working as a residential social worker in order to get experience before moving on to do something else or further training." This book takes his comment about waiting rooms as its starting point, with each contributor building upon its central implications. The contributors to this book each explore the importance of relationship; whether between child and care system, child and clinician or other practitioner, practitioners with practitioners, or individuals with the organisation in which they work. Overall they demonstrate when attention is paid to any one of these relationships this determines emotional-psycho-social success for the child, and how when this attention is missing serious issues arise. As a snapshot view of the way Canham's focus is used today they show that he was ahead of his time in thinking about the structure and function of what we now recognise as the corporate parent.

Facing It Out

Author : Robin Anderson
ISBN : 9781780497877
Genre : Psychology
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Based on the wealth of experience gathered in the forty years of the life of the Adolescent Department at the Clinic, this covers a full range of clinical work with some of the most difficult areas of adolescence, but it also gives a conceptual framework of normal adolescence and traces the difficulties that arise when this goes wrong. Facing It Out presents new work which has not previously been fully described. The book will be vital reading for clinicians whose work includes work with adolescents. The Adolescent Department of the Tavistock Clinic in its long history has been engaging with young people and their families when the strains prove too great. In this book, staff of the Adolescent Dept examine in accessible language different clinical aspects of adolescent disturbance, exploring in particular the impact on the family. The chapters look at a range of severity of disturbance from adjustment crises to anorexia nervosa and psychosis as well as aspects of adolescent development in small families and in the formation of a sense of identity. With the exception of infancy, adolescence is the most radical of all developmental periods. In the few years between puberty and adulthood, one's sense of oneself must adapt to physical changes of size, shape, strength, and to full sexual and reproductive capacity. Socially there is the need to develop the capacity for intimate relationships and to survive the initiation into the workplace via the demanding examinations: all this in a complex and dangerous world.

Towards Belonging

Author : Andrew Briggs
ISBN : 9781781815359
Genre : Psychology
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This book includes contributions from a wide range of interested observers and practitioners in the field of children in care and adoption, focusing on a core aspect of their emotional well-being and mental health. It focuses in particular on psychoanalytic, systemic and attachment theory approaches to the question of 'belonging': can these children allow themselves to belong to their new families, and also can these new families allow themselves to belong to these children? Highly innovative clinical work with these children in various settings is discussed alongside chapters that provide thought-provoking commentaries from practitioners surveying the often extremely disturbing societal and systemic landscape for the emotional lives of these children.The book is written to be accessible to clinicians, practitioners, researchers, policy advisors and students of all disciplines who have an interest in or brief to work with fostered and adopted children. It is hoped that the book will be used for teaching purposes on courses qualifying professionals across the child development, mental health and social care spectrum.

The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
ISBN : UOM:39015057956560
Genre : English literature
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Lehrbuch Der Psychoanalytischen Therapie

Author : Helmut Thomä
ISBN : 9783662083222
Genre : Psychology
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Neben dem Grundlagenband des Lehrbuchs der psychoanalytischen Therapie dient Band 2 der Praxis. Der Leser kann hier Einblicke in die psychoanalytische Sprechstunde gewinnen und sich mit speziellen behandlungstechnischen Problemen vertraut machen. Die Beschreibungen prägnanter Übertragungs-, Gegenübertragungs- und Widerstandsprozesse stammen aus den Analysen von 37 Patienten, die an einer Vielzahl seelischer und psychosomatischer Erkrankungen unterschiedlicher Schwere gelitten haben. Es werden Krankengeschichten und Behandlungsberichte vorgelegt, die während eines Zeitraumes von mehr als drei Jahrzehnten entstanden sind. Die Wirksamkeit psychoanalytischer Therapien konnte somit in vielen Fällen langfristig katamnestisch überprüft werden. Neben der genauen Wiedergabe therapeutischer Dialoge stützen sich die kasuistischen Illustrationen auch auf traditionelle Protokollierungen und zusammenfassende Beschreibungen von Behandlungsverläufen. Ungewöhnlich ist die Bereitschaft der behandelnden Analytiker, ihr therapeutisches Denken und Handeln offenzulegen. Stellungnahmen von Patienten bilden einen wichtigen Bestandteil der Diskussion der Behandlungsergebnisse. Probleme der allgemeinen und speziellen psychoanalytischen Krankheitslehre werden im Anschluß an die Fallbeispiele erörtert.

Der Lange Weg Zur Freiheit

Author : Nelson Mandela
ISBN : 9783104031545
Genre : History
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»Ich bin einer von ungezählten Millionen, die durch Nelson Mandelas Leben inspiriert wurden.« Barack Obama Eine fast drei Jahrzehnte währende Gefängnishaft ließ Nelson Mandela zum Mythos der schwarzen Befreiungsbewegung werden. Kaum ein anderer Politiker unserer Zeit symbolisiert heute in solchem Maße die Friedenshoffnungen der Menschheit und den Gedanken der Aussöhnung aller Rassen wie der ehemalige südafrikanische Präsident und Friedensnobelpreisträger. Auch nach seinem Tod finden seine ungebrochene Charakterstärke und Menschenfreundlichkeit die Bewunderung aller friedenswilligen Menschen auf der Welt. Mandelas Lebensgeschichte ist über die politische Bedeutung hinaus ein spannend zu lesendes, kenntnis- und faktenreiches Dokument menschlicher Entwicklung unter Bedingungen und Fährnissen, vor denen die meisten Menschen innerlich wie äußerlich kapituliert haben dürften.

Bleak House

Author : Charles Dickens
ISBN : OCLC:614982658
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Autistische Barrieren Bei Neurotikern

Author : Frances Tustin
ISBN : 3860995634
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Talking Cure

Author : David Taylor
ISBN : 9781780497853
Genre : Psychology
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What makes the mind develop? What helps children grow up? When can we think of ourselves as adults? Why do we fall in love? Why do our feelings sometimes 'get in the way'? How do families affect us? What is mental illness and what is normal? These are just some of the questions discussed in this new reissue of the classic Talking Cure: Mind and Method of the Tavistock Clinic.It has long been known that having someone listening carefully to what we say can help us make sense of life and cope better with its difficulties. In a unique synthesis of modern human relations, psychology, and science, experienced psychotherapists from the renowned Tavistock Clinic explore the power of the mind and the importance of therapy.Talking Cure shows how the mind operates through all stages of life. Drawing on Tavistock Clinic research and case studies, it demonstrates just how much "the heart has its reasons the reason knows not of". Providing insights into many areas of contemporary life and into the challenges of the future, this book provides a valuable insight into one of Britain's foremost psychotherapeutical traditions.Contributors from the Tavistock Clinic include Robin Anderson, Jenny Altschuler, Caroline Garland and Margaret Rustin, who also contributed to the accompanying six-part BBC series on the Tavistock Clinic.

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