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Playing with dynamite : a personal approach to the psychoanalytic understanding of perversions, violence, and criminality

Author: Estela V Welldon; et al
Publisher: London : Karnac Books, 2011.
Series: Forensic psychotherapy monograph series.
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Estela Welldon brings together a generous selection derived from her many literary gems, in which she illustrates her groundbreaking-and sometimes explosive-studies of female sexuality and perversions, perverse transference, malignant bonding, perverse motherhood, and the impact upon children of viewing domestic violence. Along with these are vivid descriptions of group analytic psychotherapy with forensic patients  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Playing With Dynamite.
Karnac Books 2011
(OCoLC)713191588
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Estela V Welldon; et al
ISBN: 9781849408851 1849408858
OCLC Number: 743103719
Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 288 p.)
Series Title: Forensic psychotherapy monograph series.
Responsibility: Estela V. Welldon ; forewords by R. Horacio Etchegoyen ... [et al.] ; introduction by James Gilligan.

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Illustrates the author's studies of female sexuality and perversions, perverse transference, malignant bonding, perverse motherhood, and the impact upon children of viewing domestic violence. This  Read more...

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'Playing with Dynamite is the best possible authoritative work anybody engaged in the stressful and dangerous field of forensic psychotherapy could wish for. Estela Welldon's depth of insight and Read more...

 
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