By Lanyado & Horne
A question of method specializes in what really occurs within the treatment room and at the technical judgements and pressures which are confronted day-by-day. Coming from the self reliant culture in British psychoanalysis, the members, more than a few skilled practitioners and academics, describe how their process has quietly replaced and built through the years, and positioned this technique in its theoretical context. This e-book will attract baby and adolescent psychotherapists, analysts and counsellors who desire to discover extra Winnicottian methods to healing paintings.
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W. (1950–55) ‘Aggression in relation to emotional development’. In Winnicott, Collected Papers 3 Not simply ‘doing’ Thoughts from the literature on technique Janine Sternberg This chapter considers ‘technique’ as the skills or activities that the therapist carries out within a psychoanalytic session. These are profoundly influenced by the therapist’s understanding of psychoanalytic theory and her1 manner of putting it into practice. These theoretical ideas have to be put into practice. Additionally, what the practitioner believes to be the purpose of psychoanalytic psychotherapy will influence her ideas about how it ought to be conducted.
Where does it leave us as child psychotherapists? One has fantasies—even in the Middle Group—of what happens in other trainings. One can speculate as to the containment offered by trainings that take one theoretical perspective—a consistency and nurturing that is at times enviable. Such trainees may be viewed as young plants that are growing in a greenhouse, protected from the winds of controversy and theoretical conflict. Being in the middle of an Independent training can occasionally feel like being planted out, where frosts might still come, and told, ‘Grow, damn you!
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