By Lanyado & Horne
A question of approach makes a speciality of what truly occurs within the remedy room and at the technical judgements and pressures which are confronted day-by-day. Coming from the autonomous culture in British psychoanalysis, the members, quite a number skilled practitioners and academics, describe how their approach has quietly replaced and built through the years, and placed this strategy 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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It has been long been acknowledged that there is no standard therapeutic technique, that although there are shared assumptions there is no common behaviour. Glover sent out 29 questionnaires asking practising psychoanalysts to evaluate certain statements about psychoanalytic theory and technique and to agree or disagree with these (Glover 1954). He received 24 replies. There was unanimous agreement on only 6 of 63 points, and of these only one (the importance of analysing the transference) could be considered as fundamental.
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