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Supervision In Psychoanalysis

Author : Antonino Ferro
ISBN : 9781135043094
Genre : Psychology
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This book originates from a series of clinical supervisions that were held at the Sao Paulo Institute of Psychoanalysis by Antonino Ferro. Supervision in Psychoanalysis: The Sao Paulo Seminars reproduces the dialogues in the seminars that followed these supervisions in their entirety. The transcripts of eight supervised clinical sessions along with the author’s comments allows the reader to: see the different styles of the presenting analysts first hand understand the evaluation of Bion’s thinking as developed by the author With detailed exposure of clinical sessions, their supervision and clarification of the theoretical model of the supervisor, this book will be of interest to psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts

Looking And Listening

Author : Mariza Leite da Costa
ISBN : 9781781810149
Genre : Psychology
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'Marisa Pelella Melega came to Rome in 1988 to celebrate the foundation of the first Centro Studi Martha Harris, and to establish a link between the Centro Studi and her initiative in Sao Paulo. The link with the Centro Studi and with the Tavistock proved very fertile and this book is a witness to it. The valuable work documented here exemplifies vividly Martha Harris' own often-cited statement that "psychoanalytical ideas have travelled... and found a home in which to flourish".'- Gianna Polacco Williams, Psychoanalyst and child analyst; founder of the Centro Studi Martha Harris'What an interesting collection of descriptions of Infant Observations and applications of the method of observing babies pioneered by Esther Bick in the seventies! Infant observation and its applications still constitutes the bedrock for understanding the origin of the human mind, and the training of all the authors is rooted in this method of observation as well as in the work of later object relations clinicians and theoricians (Klein, Bion, Winnicott, Meltzer etc). The authors from the Sao Paulo Mother-Baby Relationship Study Centre, working in the fields of infant, child and family psychology, cover a variety of interesting settings, such as: the seminar room where Esther Bick herself led a discussion group; the homes of observed babies; the consulting room with parents and children in therapy; a nursery; a child psychiatric hospital department; and a neonatal intensive care unit. The work and observations are described vividly and with the precision of refined observers who share their experience generously and openly. The book ends with an innovative and timely chapter on research on the link between maternal reverie and the development of symbolic play in babies. This is a book which I indeed recommend to all those interested in infant observation and its broad application.'- Maria Pozzi Monzo, Consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist; visiting lecturer, Tavistock Clinic

The Complete Works Of W R Bion

Author : Wilfred R. Bion
ISBN : 9781782412175
Genre : Psychology
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The Complete Works of W. R. Bion is now available in a coherent and corrected format. Comprising sixteen volumes bound in green cloth, this edition has been brought together and edited by Chris Mawson with the assistance of Francesca Bion. Incorporating many corrections to previously published works, it also features previously unpublished papers. Including a general index and editorial introductions to all the works, these volumes will be a useful and valuable aid to psychoanalytic scholars and clinicians, and all those interested in studying and making use of Bion's thinking.Bion's writings, including the previously unpublished papers and additions to his Cogitations, collected together in the Complete Works, show that the clinical thrust of Bion's work has clear lines of continuity with that of Melanie Klein, just as her work has an essential continuity with the later work of Freud. In Bion's clinical work and supervision the goal remains insightful understanding of psychic reality through a disciplined experiencing of the transference and countertransference; the setting and the method - however much Bion's terminology might suggest otherwise - remains rigorously psychoanalytic.Volume IThe Long Weekend: 1897-1919 (Part of a Life)Volume IIAll My Sins Remembered: Another part of a LifeThe Other Side of Genius: Family LettersVolume IIIWar Memoirs 1917-1919Volume IVThe 'War of Nerves' (1940)On Groups (1943)The Leaderless Group Project (1946)Psychiatry at a Time of Crisis (1948)Group Methods of Treatment (1948)Language and the Schizophrenic (1955)Experiences in Groups and Other Papers (1961)Learning from Experience (1962)Volume VElements of Psycho-Analysis (1963)Taming Wild Thoughts (I): The Grid (1963)Transformations: Change from Learning to Growth (1965)Volume VIMemory and Desire (1965)Catastrophic Change (1966)Second Thoughts: Selected Papers on Psychoanalysis (1967)Notes on Memory and Desire (1967)Attention and Interpretation: A Scientific Approach to Insight in Psycho-Analysis and Groups (1970)Book Reviews (1966)Volume VIIBrazilian Lectures:1973 Sao Paulo Lectures1974 Sao Paulo Lectures1974 Rio de Janeiro LecturesVolume VIIIClinical Seminars:Brasilia 1975Contributions to Panel Discussions: Brasilia, a New Experience (1975)Sao Paulo (1978)Bion in New York and Sao Paulo:New York (1977)Sao Paulo (Ten talks) (1978)Volume IXThe Tavistock Seminars (June 1976 - March 1979)The Italian Seminars (1977)A Paris Seminar (July 1978)Volume XTwo Papers:The Grid (1971)Caesura (1975)Four Discussions (1976)Four Papers:Emotional Turbulence (1976)On a Quotation from Freud (1976)Evidence (1976)Making the Best of a Bad Job (1979)Interview with Anthony Banet Jnr (1976)Taming Wild Thoughts (II): Untitled (1977)Volume XICogitationsReview of Cogitations, by Andre GreenVolume XIIA Memoir of the Future: Book 1Volume XIIIA Memoir of the Future: Book 2Volume XIVA Memoir of the Future: Book 3 (with expanded Key)Volume XVUnpublished papers:The Conception of Man (1961)Penetrating Silence (1976)New and Improved (1977)Further Cogitations (1968-1969)Appendix A: The Days of Our Lives (1994), by Francesca BionAppendix B: 'Catastrophic Change' and 'Container and Contained Transformed': a comparison, by Chris MawsonAppendix C: Standardized Bibliography of Bion's Works, compiled by Harry KarnacVolume XVIReferencesGeneral Index

Psychoanalysis International America Asia Australia Further European Countries

Author : Peter Kutter
ISBN : NWU:35556025193210
Genre : Psychoanalysis
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The Piggle

Author : Donald Woods Winnicott
ISBN : 0140146679
Genre : Child analysis
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Between the age of two and five, a little girl nicknamed âe~the Piggleâe(tm) âe" seriously disturbed by the birth of a younger sister âe" visited Dr Winnicott on sixteen occasions. A verbatim account of her visits is accompanied by illuminating excerpts from letters written to the analyst by the childâe(tm)s parents and an invaluable commentary by Dr Winnicott. This allows the reader to experience in detail the growth of a relationship between child and therapist and the gradual unfolding of the childâe(tm)s inner world. This classic piece of writing gives the reader the rare opportunity of being admitted to the intimacy of the consulting room and of studying the child and therapist at work. Of special value to professionals working with children, it will also fascinate anyone interested in how psychoanalysis works in practice.

Clinical Seminars And Other Works

Author : Wilfred R. Bion
ISBN : 9781780499024
Genre : Psychology
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This selection of clinical seminars held by Wilfred Bion in Brasilia (1975) and Sao Paulo (1978) is the nearest we shall ever get to experiencing his application of his theories and views to consulting-room practice. It is also likely to be the only printed record of this area of his work. As those who underwent analysis with Bion will testify, nothing can approach the experience of the thing itself, but, failing that, these seminars may help to fill the gap now that his voice can only be heard through his published writings and lectures. Other works included are 'Four Discussions' and 'Four Papers'.The reader will find here no jargon, dogma or theoretical exposition; Bion knew that the enormous difficulties involved in communicating verbally this infinitely complex subject are only compounded by the use of what is often nothing more than "psychobabble". His intentional choice of simple language, accurately and consistently used, can come as a surprise; a presenting analyst says "Your suggestion of what to say to the patient seemed much simpler than what is usually said by the analyst."He described analysis as a "tough job", "a dangerous occupation", and the analytic experience as "potentially nasty both for the analyst and the analysand being at sea - it is as stormy for both people." To the question of whether it is the analyst's function to help the patient, he gives this illuminating reply: "...we are trying to say: 'I will help you to know yourself...I am trying to be a mirror to reflect back to you who you are, so that you can see in what I say to you an image of your self.'"Throughout these seminars (and the following discussions and papers) runs the thread of Bion's penetrating insight, his recognition of truth, and his fascination with the human character. In observing the patient he believed that the analyst must combine the disciplined curiosity of the scientist, the warmth of the humanist, the wisdom of the philosopher, and the sensitivity of the artist. A tall order indeed, but one to which this remarkable man came very close to fulfilling.

The Psychoanalytic Quarterly

Author : Dorian Feigenbaum
ISBN : UOM:39015009347389
Genre : Child psychiatry
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