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Winnicott's babies and Winnicott's patients : psychoanalysis as transitional space

Author: Margaret Boyle Spelman
Publisher: London : Karnac Books, 2013. ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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, Margeret Boyle Spelman aims to help others develop their own 'Winnicott' to assist with their clinical thinking.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: D W Winnicott; D W Winnicott; D W Winnicott; D W Winnicott; Donald W Winnicott; D W Winnicott
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Boyle Spelman
ISBN: 9781782200444 1782200444
OCLC Number: 871481634
Description: xxi, 168 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Ch. One The root of Winnicott's thinking --
Ch. Two Absolute dependence: the growth of a boundary --
Ch. Three Relative dependence: the distance between --
Ch. Four Towards independence --
the whole person --
Ch. Five A baby observation --
Ch. Six Baby observation report.
Responsibility: 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, Margeret Boyle Spelman aims to help others develop their own 'Winnicott' to assist with their clinical thinking.

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