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Controls from within : techniques for the treatment of the aggressive child

Author: Fritz Redl; David Wineman
Publisher: Glencoe, Ill. : Free Press, [1952]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Redl, Fritz.
Controls from within.
Glencoe, Ill., Free Press [1952]
(OCoLC)563659090
Online version:
Redl, Fritz.
Controls from within.
Glencoe, Ill., Free Press [1952]
(OCoLC)607646982
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fritz Redl; David Wineman
OCLC Number: 710628
Description: 332 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: The challenge of the children who hate ; Tool vacuum on the educational scene --
I. Structure and strategy of a treatment home --
A house that smiles, props which invite, space which allows --
Routines which relax --
A program which satisfies --
Adults who protect --
Symptom tolerance guaranteed, old satisfaction channels respected --
Rich flow of tax-free love and gratification grants --
Leeway for regression and escape --
Freedom from traumatic handling --
Ample flexibility and emergency help --
Cultivation of group emotional securities --
2. Programming for ego support : What is a good program ; Current approaches to programming : Program as a counteragent against destruction and sex ; Program as a disciplinary device ; Program as a concession to human rights ; Program as a tool in the educative process ; Program in the service of socialization ; Program as a crutch for the emotionally handicapped ; Program as a counteragent against wrong life situations ; Program as a diagnostic and cathartic device. Programming as a full-fledged therapeutic tool : Impulse drainage ; Frustration avoidance and frustration budgeting ; Concessions to sociological taste patterns ; Individual antisepsis ; Group psychological hygiene ; Organization and sublimation dosage ; Insertion of depersonalized controls ; Protective timing ; Manipulation of hangover effects and transitional confusions ; Protective and preventive interference ; The build-up of satisfaction images as resources ; The cultivation of interest-contagion ; Widening the experiential range ; Challenge toward participative planning and post situational evaluation. 3. Techniques for the antiseptic manipulation of surface behavior : Planned ignoring ; Signal interference ; Proximity and touch control ; Involvement in interest relationship ; Hypodermic affection ; Tension decontamination through humor ; Hurdle help ; Interpretation as interference ; Regrouping ; Restructuring ; Direct appeal ; Limitation of space and tools ; Antiseptic bouncing ; Physical restraint ; Permission and "authoritative verbot" ; Promises and rewards ; Punishments and threats ; The limitations of "techniques": cautions and warnings --
4. Techniques for the clinical exploitation of life events : Techniques : "Symptom cultivation" : Strategic noninterference ; Exploitative interference. Interpretation through counterdelusional action ; Focusing experiences through the interview : The "rub-in" interview ; The "guilt-squeeze" interview ; The expressional interview ; The "counterdistortional" interview ; The interpretational interview ; The promotional build-up interview ; Group interviews. Total strategy and clinical movement : Giving ego support around a severe sibling confusion ; Extricating the ego from a night time phobia ; Ego troubles under the impact of liberation from fear ; First round with a delinquent ego. --
Epilogue. Therapeutic gains, closure of pioneer house, and follow-up.
Responsibility: by Fritz Redl and David Wineman.

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