By Luis Rodriguez de la Sierra
Even if there were many different vital contributions to the sector of kid and adolescent research, the main ameliorations in thought and technique nonetheless undergo the hallmarks of 3 of the main major figures within the box: Anna Freud, Melanie Klein and Donald Winnicott. in addition to delivering an perception into those changes, this quantity additionally portrays the country of kid research at the present time, wherein we have to reconcile and mix those changes to bare a typical floor from the place we will be able to movement ahead. this is often represented via the sheer range of the views during this quantity, as they in flip exhibit how they could impression the sphere of kid research today.
"This publication represents an try and painting the kingdom of kid psychoanalysis within the British Psychoanalytical Society at the present time. It deals quite a few scientific and theoretical views, and makes an attempt to illustrate how they impact the realm of kid research during this state. This divergence keeps to divide analysts who examine early improvement and children’s psychological lifestyles otherwise and for that reason technique their small sufferers in, every now and then, a wholly diverse technical way." -- From the Introduction
Contributors: Robin Anderson, A.H. Brafman, Luis Rodríguez de los angeles Sierra, Rose Edgecumbe, Edna O’Shaughnessy and Anne-Marie Sandler
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Joe's mother t o l d u s of a n occasion w h e n Joe c o m p l a i n e d about a hiss i n g noise p r o d u c e d b y a b u s ; she explained that this w a s p r o d u c e d b y the brakes. But soon another b u s came a n d it h a d a h u g e advert o n its side, d e p i c t i n g a snake: Joe p o i n t e d to it, said " s n a k e " a n d a d d e d the h i s s i n g n o i s e . S h e t h o u g h t this w a s f u n n y , b u t she b e c a m e quite p e r t u r b e d w h e n he n o w p o i n t e d to each b u s that w e n t b y a n d m a d e the same h i s s i n g noise, each time s a y i n g " t h e s n a k e " a n d , of course, refused to c l i m b into a n y of them.
Melanie Klein Today, Volume 2: Mainly Practice (pp. 5-16). London: Routledge. CHAPTER TWO Child analysis: when? A H. Brafman he world at large interprets the word "psychoanalysis" as a reference to a specific therapy for emotional problems, but we have always stressed that psychoanalysis is also a research technique and a theory of psychology. When we mention "child analysis", however, our "public" audience again considers only the therapeutic technique, though privately we consider it important for two other reasons: (1) the light it may throw on our theories of emotional development, and (2) the role it plays in the training of a psychoanalyst.
One answer might be that this results from the child having internalized parental figures that can no longer be affected by the real parents, but how do we establish that the parents can cope with a child who overcomes these conflicts? If a parent is unable to shift his perception of the child, can we really count on his cooperation with our treatment? Conversely, if the parent or parents are able to treat the child differently, to what extent can we involve them in the child's treatment? I want to make it very clear that I believe that when training is considered, we search for a child whose parents are prepared to cooperate with the required number of attendances.
Child Analysis Today by Luis Rodriguez de la Sierra