A History of Child Psychoanalysis
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BeschreibungClaudine and Pierre Geissmann trace the history and development of child psychoanalysis from its birth in Vienna to its present status as a thriving discipline practiced on an international scale. Through their examination of the different schools that were created around European psychoanalysts, beginning with Sigmund Freud, the authors show how child analysis has been shaped in part through conflicts that have arisen between pioneering theorists in this field. They argue that a century of clinical work has created a unique and important understanding of the psychosomatic troubles of childhood, and established valuable therapeutic work with children and adolescents which will continue and develop in the future.
InhaltsverzeichnisLebovici, Sandler, Segal, Forewords. Introduction. Part I: The Day Before Yesterday: Beginnings in Vienna (1905-20). Introduction. Sigmund Freud. Carl Gustav Jung: Divergent Views. Karl Abraham: The 'Father' of Melanie Klein. Hermine Hug-Hellmuth: Pioneer and Most Obstinate of Freud's Disciples. Part II: Yesterday: To Schools, Three Cities - Vienna, Berlin and London (1920-45). Introduction. Anna Freud, The Daughter: Psychoanalytical Education and Observation. Melanie Klein: Early Object Relationships. Eugenie Sokolnicka: Psychoanalysis is Introduced to France. Sophie Morgenstern: The Application of Child Psychoanalysis in France. The Two Schools and Some of the Main Features. 'The Controversies' (1941-5): The Inevitable Confrontation in London. Part III: Today: The Spread of Child Psychoanalysis Throughout the World From 1945. Introduction. Britain after 1945. The United States of America. Argentina. France. Part IV: And Tomorrow? The Basis of Child Psychoanalysis: Psychoanalytical Treatment. Bibliography. Interviews. Name Index. Subject index.
Pressestimmen"The arguments are carefully documented with an exhaustive bibliography and with quotations and interviews with a number of psych-analysts. This is a fascinating account from which the reader will have to draw his own conclusion." - Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapists
Untertitel: 'New Library of Psychoanalysis'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 1997
Seitenanzahl: 372 Seiten