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Now, for the first time, virtually all of Winnicott's writings are presented chronologically in 12 volumes, edited and annotated by leading Winnicott scholars. The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott brings together letters, clinical case reports, child consultations, psychoanalytic articles, and papers, including previously unpublished works on topics of continuing interest to contemporary readers (such as delinquency, antisocial behavior, corporal punishment, and child care).

The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott(12-Volume Set)

作者:Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson

出版:Oxford University Press 12 January 2017

精装:6,696 Pages 235x156mm

ISBN:9780199399338

定价:£1547.50

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The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott

12-Volume Set

Edited by Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson

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Donald Woods Winnicott (1896-1971) was one of Britain's leading psychoanalysts and pediatricians. The author of some of the most enduring theories of the child and of child analysis, he coined terms such as the "good enough mother" and the "transitional object" (known to most as the security blanket). Winnicott's work is still used today by child and family therapists, social workers, teachers, and psychologists, and his papers and clinical observations are routinely studied by trainees in psychiatry and clinical psychology. Beyond the expected audiences of psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists, Winnicott also wrote for parents, teachers, social workers, childcare specialists, pediatricians, psychologists, art and play therapists, and others in the field of child development.

Now, for the first time, virtually all of Winnicott's writings are presented chronologically in 12 volumes, edited and annotated by leading Winnicott scholars. The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott brings together letters, clinical case reports, child consultations, psychoanalytic articles, and papers, including previously unpublished works on topics of continuing interest to contemporary readers (such as delinquency, antisocial behavior, corporal punishment, and child care). The Collected Works begins with an authoritative General Introduction by editors Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson, while each of the volumes features an original introduction examining that volume's major themes and written by an international Winnicott scholar and psychoanalyst. Throughout The Collected Works, editorial annotations provide historical context and background information of scholarly and clinical value. The final volume contains new and illuminating appendices, comprehensive bibliographies of Winnicott's publications and letters, documentation of his lectures and broadcasts, and a selection of his drawings.

This extraordinary publication will be an essential resource for Winnicott admirers the world over and those interested in the history and origins of the fields of child development and psychoanalysis.

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Edited by Lesley Caldwell, Honorary Professor, Psychoanalysis Unit, University College, London, and Edited by Helen Taylor Robinson, Fellow, Institute of Psychoanalysis, London

Donald Woods Winnicott (1896-1971) was one of Britain's foremost pediatricians and psychoanalysts. He studied at the Leys School and at Jesus College, both in Cambridge, before training as a physician at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London. He worked at Queen's Hospital and Paddington Green Children's Hospital and in private practice with adults and children from the 1930s until his death. During the Second World War, he made BBC broadcasts to parents and worked with his second wife, Clare, in the Oxfordshire Evacuation Scheme. After the war, they contributed to the government planning of Children's Services.

Winnicott was a child and adult analyst and a training analyst for the British Psychoanalytical Society and its President from 1956 to 1959 and from 1965 to 1968. He was President of the Paediatric Section of the Royal Society of Medicine (1952) and of the Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Winnicott was a clinician committed to the dissemination of psychoanalytic ideas to wider global audiences, and he addressed a large variety of groups of professionals in his many talks, lectures, and publications.

Lesley Caldwell is a member of the British Psychoanalytic Association in private practice in London. She is an Honorary Professor in the Psychoanalysis Unit and Honorary Senior Research Associate in the Italian Department at University College, London. As Chair of the Squiggle Foundation (2000-2003) and editor of the Winnicott Studies Monograph Series (2000-2008), she published four edited collections on D. W. Winnicott. She has been an editor for the Winnicott Trust since 2002 and was the Chair of Trustees from 2008-2012. With Angela Joyce, she published Reading Winnicott (2011). She has a continuing interest in psychoanalysis and the arts and has also written on film and the city of Rome.

Helen Taylor Robinson is a Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London, and was a clinical psychoanalyst with adults and children until her retirement. She was an Editor and Trustee of the Winnicott Trust for 17 years and co-edited Thinking about Children with Jennifer Johns and Ray Shepherd. Her special interest is in the relationship of psychoanalysis to the arts, literature, and cinema. She has been Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College, London. She has contributed to books and journals in the field of psychoanalysis and to the European Psychoanalysis and Film Festival.

Robert Adès holds an MA (Hons) in Philosophy from Edinburgh University and an MSc in Psychoanalytic Studies from University College London. Before joining The Collected Works, he was Honorary Psychotherapist at the Maudsley Hospital and at Parkside Clinic, London.

Dr Amal Treacher-Kabesh is the Managing Editor for The Collected Works.

目录

Volume 1, 1911-1938, with an Introduction by Keh Robinson

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Foreword

Acknowledgements

Editors’ Note

General Introduction to the Collected Works

Volume 1: 1911–1938

Introduction to Volume 1

Ken Robinson

Part 1 School to Medical Training: 1911–1920s

1 Letter to His Mother, Elizabeth

2 Letter to Stanley Ede

3 Smith

4 Letter to His Family

5 Letter to His Family

6 The Night Attack

7 Letter to His Family

8 The Best Remedy

9 Letter to His Mother, Elizabeth

10 Letter to His Family

11 Letter to His Sister, Violet

12 A Shropshire Surgeon

13 St Bartholomew’s Hospital Amateur Dramatic Club

14 A Reminder to the Binder

15 The Snag

16 What Is Worthwhile in Medicine

Part 2 First Contributions to Medicine: 1926–1930

1 Varicella Encephalitis and Vaccinia Encephalitis with Nancy Gibbs

2 Case for Diagnosis (? Poliomyelitis with Some Spasticity)

3 Case for Diagnosis (? Infantile Hemiplegia)

4 Two Cases of Post-encephalitic Hyperpnœa

5 Case of Stunted Growth

6 The Only Child

7 Facial Nerve Paralysis

8 Facial Nerve Paralysis, Associated with Fits

9 Encephalitis after Measles and Chicken-pox

10 Muscle Weakness, Altered Gait and Absent Deep Reflexes after Measles

11 Abscess in Frontal Lobe: Post-Mortem Findings in Case Shown at a Previous Meeting of the Section with Elizabeth O’Flynn

12 Rheumatism in Children

13 Hemiplegia Noticed after Diphtheria

14 Measles Encephalitis

15 Symptoms Suggesting Post-Encephalitis

16 The Diagnosis of Chorea

17 Enuresis

18 Short Communication on Enuresis

19 Pathological Sleeping

20 Hæmoptysis: Case for Diagnosis

21 Pre-systolic Murmur, Possibly Not Due to Mitral Stenosis

22 A Clinical Example of Symptomatology Following the Birth of a Sibling

23 Child Psychiatry: The Body as Affected by Psychological Factors

24 On In-Patient Treatment for Rheumatic Fever and Chorea

Part 3 Clinical Notes on Disorders of Childhood: 1931

Introduction

1 History-Taking

2 Physical Examination

3 A Note on Temperature and the Importance of Charts

4 The Nose and Throat

5 The Heart, with Special Reference to Rheumatic Carditis

6 Rheumatic Fever

7 The Rheumatic Clinic

8 Active Heart Disease

9 Growing Pains

10 Arthritis Associated with Emotional Disturbance

11 Fidgetiness

12 A Note on Normality and Anxiety

13 Anxiety (continued)

14 Disease of the Nervous System

15 Walking

16 Mental Defect

17 Convulsions, Fits

18 Micturition Disturbances

19 Masturbation

20 Speech Disorders

Part 4 Further Writings: 1932–1939

1 Abstract: Psychoanalysis and Medicine: By F. Alexander (Mental Hygiene, 1932, 16, 63)

2 Abstract: Repression and Rationalization: By H. Lundholm (British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1933, 13(1), 23).

3 Papular Urticaria and the Dynamics of Skin Sensation

4 Discussion: ‘The Difficult Child’ by G. A. Auden

5 Abstract: A Contribution to the Problem of Psycho-physical Relations with Special Reference to Dermatology: By M. Barinbaum (Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 1934, 20, 241–251)

6 The Manic Defence

7 The Teacher, the Parent and the Doctor

8 Letter to Robina Addis

9 Contribution to a Discussion on Enuresis

10 Mental Hygiene of the Pre-School Child

11 Appetite and Emotional Disorder

12 Review: Wayward Youth: By August Aichhorn (Originally published as ‘Verwahrloste Jugend’, Leipzig, Vienna and Zurich: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1925; London: Putnam, 1936)

13 Review: On the Bringing Up of Children: By Five Psycho-analysts. Edited by John Rickman (London: Kegan Paul, 1936)

14 Review: Child Psychiatry: By Leo Kanner (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1935. London: Ballière, Tindall & Cox, 1937)

15 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

16 Notes on a Little Boy

17 Shyness and Nervous Disorders in Children

18 Skin Changes in Relation to Emotional Disorder

19 Letter to Mrs Neville Chamberlain

20 Letter to John Bowlby

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 2, 1939-1945, with an Introduction by Christopher Reeves

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 2: 1939–1945

Introduction to Volume 2

Christopher Reeves

Part 1 1939

1 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Circumcision

2 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Pruritus and Psychology

3 The Delinquent and Habitual Offender

4 The Deprived Mother

5 Early Disillusion

6 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Evacuation of Small Children

7 The Psychology of Juvenile Rheumatism

8 Aggression

9 Delinquency: Continued

Part 2 1940

1 Letter to Kate Friedlander

2 Children and Their Mothers

3 Discussion of War Aims

4 Children in the War

Part 3 1941

1 Report on Q Camps

2 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Communal Feeding in Schools

3 On Influencing and Being Influenced

4 Review: The Moral Paradox of Peace and War: by Prof. J. C. Flügel (London: Watts, 1941)

5 Review: The Cambridge Evacuation Survey: A Wartime Study in Social Welfare and Education: Ed. Susan Isaacs (London: Methuen, 1941)

6 The Observation of Infants in a Set Situation

7 Meet to be Stolen From

Part 4 1942

1 Resolution K: On Scientific Aims in Psychoanalysis

2 Child Department Consultations

3 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Loneliness in Infancy

4 Why Children Play

5 Review: The Nursing Couple: by Merell P. Middlemore (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1941)

Part 5 1943

1 A Doctor Looks at the Psychiatric Social Worker

2 Delinquency Research

3 Memorandum on ‘The Relationship Between Clinical Paediatrics and Child Psychology’

4 Letter to The Lancet: Prefrontal Leucotomy

5 Letter to The Lancet: Prefrontal Leucotomy

6 Treatment of Mental Disease by Induction of Fits

7 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Responsibility and Freedom

8 Getting to Know Your Baby

9 The Wearing of Masks in the Nursing of Premature and Older Infants (abstract)

10 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Shock Treatment of Mental Disorder

Part 6 1944

1 Letter to Roger North

2 Why Do Babies Cry?

3 Psychological Aspects of Birching

4 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Shock Therapy

5 A Tendency in Therapeutics

6 Introduction to a Symposium on the Psycho-Analytic Contribution to the Theory of Shock Therapy

7 Kinds of Psychological Effect of Shock Therapy

8 What About Father?

9 Their Standards and Yours

10 What Do We Mean by a Normal Child?

11 Support for Normal Parents

12 Letter to Dr Marjorie Franklin

13 Infant Feeding

14 The Problem of Homeless Children with Clare Britton

15 Ocular Psychoneuroses of Childhood

Part 7 1945

1 The Only Child

2 The Evacuated Child

3 The Return of the Evacuated Child

4 Thinking and the Unconscious

5 Twins

6 Memorandum on Corporal Punishment

7 Home Again

8 Primitive Emotional Development

9 Evidence Given to the Home Office Committee on Children’s Homes

10 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Physical Therapy in Mental Disorder

11 Towards an Objective Study of Human Nature

12 Breast Feeding

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 3, 1946-1951, with an Introduction by Vincenzo Bonaminio and Paolo Fabozzi

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 3: 1946–1951

Introduction to Volume 3: Sowing Creative Seeds for Future Clinical Development

Vincenzo Bonaminio and Paolo Fabozzi

Part 1 1946

1 Children’s Hostels in War and Peace

2 Educational Diagnosis

3 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Psychology in the Child’s Education

4 Letter to Lord Beveridge

5 Letter to The Times

6 Letter to Ella Sharpe

7 Some Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency

8 Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency

Part 2 1947

1 Hate in the Countertransference

2 Physical Therapy of Mental Disorder

3 Residential Management as Treatment for Difficult Children

With Clare Britton

4 Further Thoughts on Babies as Persons

5 The Child and Sex

6 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Battle Neurosis Treated with Leucotomy

Part 3 1948

1 Reparation in Respect of Mother’s Organized Defence Against Depression

2 Paediatrics and Psychiatry

3 Letter to the British Medical Journal: ’Pathies in a State Service

4 The Gwrw Tree

5 Letter to Anna Freud

6 Review: The Psychology of the Unwanted Child: By Agatha H. Bowley, Foreword by S. Clement Brown (Edinburgh: E. and S. Livingstone, 1947)

7 Review: Parents’ Questions: By the Staff of the Child Study Association of America, Revised edition (London: Gollancz, 1947)

8 Disorders of Childhood

9 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 2: Edited by Anna Freud, Willie Hoffer, Edward Glover, et al. (London: Imago, 1946)

10 Review: The Personality of the Preschool Child: The Child’s Search for His Self: By Professor Werner Wolff (London: William Heinemann Medical Books, 1947)

11 Obituary: Susan Isaacs

12 Primary Introduction to External Reality: The Early Stages

13 Environmental Needs; the Early Stages; Total Dependence and Essential Independence

Part 4 1949

1 Letter to Paul Federn

2 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Taking Children’s Temperatures

3 Letter to Marjorie Stone

4 The Infancy of Juliet

5 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

6 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

7 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

8 Birth Memories, Birth Trauma, and Anxiety

9 Letter to Joan Riviere

10 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

11 Notes on the Discussion Held on Dr Winnicott’s Paper ‘The Birth Trauma’

12 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

13 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

14 Letter to Joan Riviere

15 Review: Handbook of Child Guidance: Edited by Ernest Harms (New York: Child Care Publications, 1947)

16 Letter to The Times: Punishment and Crime: A Psychologist’s View

17 Letter to R. S. Hazlehurst

18 Letter to S. H. Hodge

19 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Paddington Green Children’s Hospital

20 Mind and Its Relation to the Psyche-Soma

21 Leucotomy

22 Review: Art Versus Illness: By Adrian Hill (London: Ge Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1948, 2nd edition)

23 A Man Looks at Motherhood

24 The Baby as a Going Concern

25 Where the Food Goes

26 The End of the Digestive Process

27 The Baby as a Person

28 Close-up of Mother Feeding Baby

29 The World in Small Doses

30 The Innate Morality of the Baby

31 Weaning

32 Young Children and Other People

33 Stealing and Telling Lies

34 The Impulse to Steal

35 Sex Education in Schools

36 Enuresis: Notes for a Lecture to the Tavistock Children’s Department

Part 5 1950

1 Letter to Clare Britton

2 Aggression in Relation to Emotional Development

3 Letter to The Times: Neglected Children

4 Letter to Otho W. S. Fitzgerald

5 Childhood Psychosis

6 Letter to P. D. Scott

7 Letter to The Times: Maladjusted Children: Damaging Effect of Delay

8 Review: The Infancy of Speech and the Speech of Infancy: By Leopold Stein (London: Methuen, 1949)

9 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

10 The Deprived Child and How He Can Be Compensated for Loss of Family Life

11 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

12 Letter to Hannah ‘Queen’ Henry

13 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

14 Knowing and Learning

15 Instincts and Normal Difficulties

16 Growth and Development in Immaturity

17 Some Thoughts on the Meaning of the Word Democracy

18 ‘Yes, But How Do We Know It’s True?’

Part 6 1951

1 Review: The Child and the Magistrate: By J. A. F. Watson (London: Jonathan Cape, 1950)

2 Letter to W. R. Bion

3 Letter to James Strachey

4 The Foundation of Mental Health

5 Visiting Children in Hospital

6 Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena

7 Review: The Inner World of Man: With Psychological Drawings and Paintings: By Frances G. Wickes (London: Methuen, 1950)

8 Letter to The Lancet: Leucotomy in Psychosomatic Disorders

9 Letter to the British Medical Journal: Ethics of Prefrontal Leucotomy

10 Review: Jealousy in Children: By Edmund Ziman, M.D. (London: Victor Gollancz, 1951)

11 Letter to The Times: Nursery Schools: A Definition of Functions

12 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volumes 3–4 and Volume 5: Edited by Anna Freud, Willie Hoffer, and Edward Glover (London: Imago Publishing Company, 1949)

13 Letter to Edward Glover

14 Notes on the General Implications of Leucotomy

15 Review: On Not Being Able to Paint: By Marion Milner (London: Heinemann, 1950)

16 Review: Problems of Infancy and Childhood: Transactions of the Third Conference, March 7–8, 1949, New York, N.Y. (New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation. 1949)

17 Review: Papers on Psycho-Analysis: By Ernest Jones, Fifth edition (London: Baillière, Tindall and Cox, 1948)

18 Review: Infant Feeding and Feeding Difficulties: By Philip Evans and Ronald MacKeith (London: J. and A. Churchill, 1951)

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 4, 1952-1955, with an Introduction by Dominique Scarfone

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 4: 1952–1955

Introduction to Volume 4: Reading Winnicott Slowly …

Dominique Scarfone

Part 1 1952

1 The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby: The First Week

2 The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby: Baby Bites

3 Letter to Hanna Segal

4 Letter to The Lancet: Frontal Lobes of the Human Brain

5 Psychoses and Child Care

6 Letter to Augusta Bonnard

7 Letter to Willi Hoffer

8 Letter to S. S. Davidson

9 Letter to H. Ezriel

10 Letter to Ernest Jones

11 Anxiety Associated with Insecurity

12 Letter to Melanie Klein

13 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

Part 2 1953

1 Letter to Hanna Segal

2 Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld

3 Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld

4 Symptom Tolerance in Paediatrics: A Case History

5 Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott

6 Review: Twins: A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins: By Dorothy Burlingham (London: Imago, 1952)

7 Review: Twins: A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins: By Dorothy Burlingham (London: Imago, 1952)

8 The Unconscious

9 Letter to Esther Bick

10 Review: Maternal Care and Mental Health: By John Bowlby (Geneva: W. H. O., 1951; also H. M. Stationery Office)

11 Review: Psycho-Analysis and Child Psychiatry: By Edward Glover (London: Imago, 1953)

12 Review: Problems of Infancy and Childhood: Edited by Milton Senn (Transactions of the Sixth Conference, March 17 and 18, 1952, New York. New York: Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, 1953)

13 Letter to Sylvia Payne

14 Letter to David Rapaport

15 Letter to Hannah Ries

16 Review: Childhood and Society: By Erik H. Erikson (London: Imago Publishing Co. 1951)

17 Review: Direct Analysis: Selected Papers: By John N. Rosen (New York: Grune and Stratton, 1953)

18 Review: Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality: By W. R. D. Fairbairn, with Masud Khan (London: Tavistock, 1952)

19 Two Adopted Children

20 Mother, Teacher, and the Child’s Needs

21 Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena: A Study of the First Not-Me Possession

Part 3 1954

1 Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott

2 Letter to Charles Rycroft

3 Letter to The Spectator: A Psychiatrist’s Choice

4 Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott

5 The Depressive Position in Normal Emotional Development

6 Metapsychological and Clinical Aspects of Regression Within the Psycho-Analytical Set-Up

7 Letter to Anna Freud

8 Letter to Betty Joseph

9 Letter to W. Clifford M. Scott

10 Letter to Sir David K. Henderson

11 Letter to John Bowlby

12 Review: Child Psychotherapy: By S. R. Slavson (New York: Columbia University Press, 1952; London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, 1953)

13 Letter to Klara Frank

14 Letter to Sir David K. Henderson

15 Letter to Anna Freud and Melanie Klein

16 Letter to Michael Fordham

17 Review: Aggression and Its Interpretation: By Lydia Jackson (With a foreword by Felix Brown. London: Methuen, 1954)

18 Needs of the Under-Fives

19 Letter to Harry Guntrip

20 Letter to The Times: Sponsored Television

21 Letter to Harry Guntrip

22 Review: Clinical Management of Behavior Disorders in Children: By Harry Bakwin and Ruth Morris Bakwin (Philadelphia and London: W. B. Saunders Co., 1953)

23 Letter to Thomas Stapleton

24 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

25 Letter to D. Chaplin

26 Character Types: The Foolhardy and the Cautious: On Funfairs, Thrills and Regressions by Michael Balint

27 Letter to The Times: ‘Pin-Up’ Pictures at Approved School

28 Play in the Analytic Situation

29 Withdrawal and Regression

30 Pitfalls in Adoption

31 Preface to The First Treasured Possession: By Olive Stevenson

Part 4 1955

expand1 Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 5, 1955-1959, with an Introduction by Jennifer Johns and Marcus Johns

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 5: 1955–1959

Introduction to Volume 5

Johns Jennifer and Marcus Johns

Part 1 1955

1 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

2 On Adoption

3 Letter to Thomas Stapleton

4 Memorandum from Paddington Green Children’s Hospital Psychology Department on Homosexuality and the Law

5 Letter to Emilio Rodrigue

6 Letter to Roger Money-Kyrle

7 Private Practice

8 Letter to Charles Rycroft

9 Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect

10 For Stepparents

11 Clinical Varieties of Transference

12 Adopted Children in Adolescence

13 Letter to the British Medical Journal, Comforters

14 Letter to Michael Fordham

15 Letter to Hanna Segal

16 Letter to Wilfred R. Bion

17 Letter to Anna Freud

18 A Case Managed at Home

19 Foreword to Any Wife, Any Husband by Dr Joan Graham

20 First Experiments in Independence

21 A Note on Regression and Reassurance

22 Letter to Charles M. Schulz

23 The Toddler, the Second Adoption, Telling Children About Adoption

Part 2 1956

1 What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers?

2 Letter to the British Medical Journal, Prefrontal Leucotomy

3 Letter to Joan Riviere

4 Fragments Concerning Varieties of Clinical Confusion

5 On ‘A Study of Envy and Gratitude’ by Melanie Klein

6 Letter to Enid Balint

7 Psycho-Analysis and the Sense of Guilt

8 The Antisocial Tendency

9 Letter to Gabriel Casuso

10 Letter to Oliver H. Lowry

11 Paediatrics and Childhood Neurosis

12 Letter to Charles Rycroft

13 Letter to Charles Rycroft

14 Letter to J. Peter M. Tizard

15 Letter to Barbara Lantos

16 Primary Maternal Preoccupation

17 Notes on Adolescence

Part 3 1957

1 Letter to Anna M. Kulka

2 Letter to Charles Rycroft

3 Letter to Thomas Main

4 Address Introducing Margaret Mead, VIIIth Ernest Jones Lecture: British Psycho-Analytical Society

5 Letter to Margaret Mead

6 Letter to Thomas Main

7 Letter to Melanie Klein

8 Remarks on a Discussion of Balint’s Paper on Technique

9 Letter to Michael Balint

10 Letter to Michael Balint

11 Letter to Tsuicheu Cheu

12 Letter to The Times: I Qant Stand It

13 Letter to Martin James

14 Review: Six Children: By Estelle J. Foote, M.D. (Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas; Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1956)

15 The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery

16 Letter to Mary Applebey

17 Foreword to The Case as the Patient Sees It: Psychoanalysis

18 Letter to Joan Riviere

19 Letter to Prunella Briance

20 The Capacity to Be Alone

21 On the Contribution of Direct Child Observation to Psycho-Analysis

22 Letter to Augusta Bonnard

23 Hallucination and Dehallucination

24 Letter to Michael Balint

25 Letter to Francesca Bion

26 Integrative and Disruptive Factors in Family Life

27 Advising Parents

28 Letter to Augusta Bonnard

29 Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis

30 The Mother’s Contribution to Society

31 Health Education Through Broadcasting

32 Preface to Collected Papers: Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis

Part 4 1958

1 Letter to Grantly Dick-Read

2 Letter to Marianne Baumann

3 Funeral Address for Ernest Jones

4 Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy

5 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 11: Edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, and Ernst Kris (London: Imago Publishing Co. Ltd., 1957)

6 The First Year of Life: Modern Views on the Emotional Development

7 The Psychology of Separation

8 Letter to Anna Freud

9 Where Angels Fear to Tread, Or A Comment on Generic Teaching

10 Letter to Marianne Baumann

11 Letter to Anna Freud

12 Letter to Joan Riviere

13 Child Analysis in the Latency Period

14 Letter to R. D. Laing

15 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 12: Edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, and Ernst Kris (London: Imago Publishing Company, Ltd., 1958)

16 Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld

17 The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in One or Both Parents

18 On ‘Separation Anxiety’: By John Bowlby

19 Letter to Anna Freud

20 Letter to Victor Smirnoff

21 Obituary: Ernest Jones

22 Obituary: Dr Ambrose Cyril Wilson

23 Review: The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness: By Michael Balint (London: Pitman, 1957)

24 Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena

25 Theoretical Statement of the Field of Child Psychiatry

Part 5 1959

1 Review: Envy and Gratitude: By Melanie Klein (London: Tavistock, 1957)

2 Letter to Reginald Lightwood

3 Letter to Miss Maw

4 Memorandum on Gisburne House

5 Classification: Is There a Psycho-Analytic Contribution to Psychiatric Classification?

6 Letter to The Times

7 Letter to Donald Meltzer

8 Letter to Keh Soddy

9 Letter to Paul Halmos

10 Nothing at the Centre

11 Letter to Dorothy E. M. Gardner

12 Letter to Arthur J. Metcalfe

13 Letter to Herman Gijsbert van der Waals

14 Letter to A. Tommy M. Wilson

15 Casework with Mentally Ill Children

16 Letter to Elliot Jaques

17 Discussion of ‘Grief and Mourning in Infancy’: By John Bowlby

18 Letter to Paula Heimann

19 Letter to Thomas Szasz

20 Counter-Transference

21 The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child

22 The Fate of the Transitional Object

23 Review: Going to Hospital with Mother: A Film by James Robertson

24 Foreword to Childbirth with Confidence: By Prunella Briance

25 Obituary: Oscar Friedmann

26 Clinical Material on the Theme of a Male Patient’s Exploitation of His Female Self

27 A Clinical Approach to Family Problems: The Family

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 6, 1960-1963, with an Introduction by Angela Joyce

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 6: 1960–1963

Introduction to Volume 6

Angela F. Joyce

Part 1 1960

1 Saying ‘No’

2 Letter to Michael Balint

3 Letter to Jacques Lacan

4 Jealousy

5 Letter to Merton J. Kahne

6 The Effect of Psychosis on Family Life

7 What Irks?

8 The Relationship of a Mother to Her Baby at the Beginning

9 On Security

10 Aggression, Guilt and Reparation

11 Letter to Alexander Luria

12 Letter to Ilse Hellman

13 Letter to John Harvard-Watts

14 Letter to Mr and Mrs Young

15 Obituary: Melanie Klein

16 Letter to Serge Lebovici

17 The Family and Emotional Maturity

18 Letter to Wilfred Bion

19 Comments on Joseph Sandler’s ‘On the Concept of the Superego’

20 String: A Technique of Communication

21 The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship

22 Ego Distortion in Terms of True and False Self

Part 2 1961

1 Letter to Lydia James

2 Letter to Sir Aubrey Lewis

3 Memorandum on Organizational Aspects of Child Care at Paddington Green Children’s Hospital (Psychology Department)

4 Adolescence: Struggling Through the Doldrums

5 Varieties of Psychotherapy

6 Feeling Guilty

7 Letter to Dr Joan FitzHerbert

8 Review: The Concept of Love in Child Care: By T. S. Simey (London: Oxford University Press, 1961)

9 Psychoanalysis and Science: Friends or Relations?

10 Review: Clinical Child Psychiatry: By Keh Soddy, M.D., D.P.M. (London: Baillière, Tindall and Cox, 1960)

11 Notes on the Time Factor in Treatment

12 Comments on ‘Problems of Research in Psycho-Analysis’: By Joseph Sandler

13 Letter to Masud Khan

14 Letter to Pearl King

15 Matti, aet 12½ Years: A Therapeutic Consultation

16 Sakari: A Therapeutic Consultation

17 Psycho-Neurosis in Childhood

18 Letter to Harry Guntrip

19 The Paediatric Department of Psychology

20 Letter to Sir Aubrey Lewis

21 Envy: A Male Patient Near the End of His Analysis

22 Comments on the Report of the Committee on Punishment in Prisons and Borstals

23 Letter to Wilfred Bion

Part 3 1962

1 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 15: Edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris (London: Hogarth, 1961)

2 The Aims of Psycho-Analytical Treatment

3 Letter to Benjamin Spock

4 The Development of a Child’s Sense of Right and Wrong

5 Training for Child Psychiatry

6 The Five-Year-Old

7 The Beginnings of a Formulation of an Appreciation and Criticism of Klein’s Envy Statement

8 A Personal View of the Kleinian Contribution

9 Dependence in Infant-Care, in Child-Care and in the Psycho-Analytic Setting

10 Providing for the Child in Health and Crisis

11 The Development of the Capacity for Concern

12 The Psycho-Analyst and Child Psychiatry: A Matter of Economics

13 The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship: Further Remarks

14 The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship: Contributions to Discussion

15 Review: Letters of Sigmund Freud, 1873–1939: Edited by Ernest Jones (London: Hogarth, 1961)

16 Review: Psychologie du Premier Âge: By Marcel Bergeron (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1961)

17 Review: Un Cas de Psychose Infantile: By S. Lebovici and J. McDougall (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1960)

18 Morals and Education

19 Ego Integration in Child Development

Part 4 1963

1 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 16: Edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris (London: Hogarth Press, 1962)

2 Letter to Ronald MacKeith

3 A Note on a Case Involving Envy

4 Considerations in the Study of Homosexuality

5 The Mentally Ill in Your Caseload

6 Letter to Timothy Raison

7 Struggling Through the Doldrums

8 Communicating and Not Communicating Leading to a Study of Certain Opposites

9 Psychotherapy of Character Disorders

10 The Value of Depression

11 From Dependence Towards Independence in the Development of the Individual

12 Psychiatric Disorder in Terms of Infantile Maturational Processes

13 Hospital Care Supplementing Intensive Psychotherapy in Adolescence

14 The Tree

15 D. W. W.’s Dream Related to Reviewing Jung

16 Review: The Non-Human Environment in Normal Development and in Schizophrenia: By Harold F. Searles (New York: International Universities Press, 1960)

17 Review: Childhood Schizophrenia: By William Goldfarb (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1961)

18 Perversions and Pregenital Fantasy

19 Two Notes on the Use of Silence

20 Further Clinical Material on the Theme of a Male Patient’s Exploitation of His Female Self

21 Fear of Breakdown

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 7, 1964-1966, with an Introduction by Anna Ferruta

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 7: 1964–1966

Introduction to Volume 7

Anna Ferruta

Part 1 1964

1 The Concept of the False Self

2 Review: Heal the Hurt Child: By Hertha Riese (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1963)

3 Letter to New Society: Love or Skill?

4 The Neonate and His Mother

5 Deductions Drawn from a Psychotherapeutic Interview with an Adolescent

6 Psycho-Somatic Illness in Its Positive and Negative Aspects

7 Youth Will Not Sleep

8 Letter to Renata Gaddini

9 The Importance of the Setting in Meeting Regression in Psycho-Analysis

10 Letter to The Observer: All of Mother

11 Letter to John O. Wisdom

12 Foreword to The Widow’s Child: By Margaret Torrie (Richmond, Surrey: Cruse Clubs, 1964)

13 Letter to The Observer: All of Mother

14 This Feminism

15 Letter to Mrs B. J. Knopf

16 Review: Memories, Dreams, Reflections: By C. G. Jung (London: Collins and Routledge, 1963)

17 Introduction to The Child, the Family, and the Outside World

18 Roots of Aggression

Part 2 1965

1 New Light on Children’s Thinking

2 Letter to Michael Fordham

3 Letter to Humberto Nagera

4 The Price of Disregarding Psychoanalytic Research

5 Do Progressive Schools Give Too Much Freedom to the Child?

6 Notes Made in the Train

7 The Concept of Trauma in Relation to the Development of the Individual Within the Family

8 Letter to Michael Fordham

9 Letter to Michael Fordham

10 Comment on Obsessional Neurosis and ‘Frankie’

11 Further Comments on Obsessional Neurosis and ‘Frankie’

12 The Child, the Family and the Offender

13 Clinical Material: Theme of ‘Two’, also Theme of ‘Black’

14 Review: Childhood and Society: By Erik H. Erikson (London: Hogarth, 1965)

15 Letter to Charles Anthony Storr

16 Review: Normality and Pathology in Childhood: By Anna Freud (New York: International Universities Press, 1965)

17 Letter to Martin James

18 The Psychology of Madness: A Contribution from Psycho-Analysis

19 Case Notes for a Psychoanalytic Seminar: Withdrawal, Regression, Male Identification

20 A 70th Birthday Present

21 Dissociation Revealed in a Therapeutic Consultation

22 The Value of the Therapeutic Consultation

23 A Child Psychiatry Case Illustrating Delayed Reaction to Loss

24 Introduction to The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment

25 Preface to The Family and Individual Development

26 Review: Shared Fate: By H. David Kirk (New York/London: Free Press/Collier-Macmillan, 1964)

Part 3 1966

1 Letter to The Times: Ge III

2 The Split-off Male and Female Elements to Be Found in Men and Women

3 The Ordinary Devoted Mother

4 Letter to The Times: Psychiatric Care

5 Letter to Hans Thorner

6 Letter to Herbert Rosenfeld

7 Social Aspects of Autism

8 Autism

9 Letter to The Times: Why Courts Must Act Swiftly

10 Review: Dibs: In Search of Self: By Virginia M. Axline (Harmondsworth: Penguin/Gollancz, 1964)

11 Letter to The Times: ‘Blood-Tie’ Child

12 Letter to a Confidant

13 Letter to Lili E. Peller

14 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 20: Edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris (London: Hogarth, 1966)

15 Letter to Sylvia Payne

16 On Cardiac Neurosis in Children

17 The Child in the Family Group

18 Review: Infantile Autism: By Bernard Rimland (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1964)

19 Letter to Renata Gaddini

20 Review: Adolescents and Morality: By E. M. Eppel and M. Eppel (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1966)

21 Letter to William Gillespie

22 Review: Absent: School Refusal as an Expression of Disturbed Family Relationships: By Max B. Clyne (London: Tavistock, 1966)

23 On the Occasion of the Publication of the Standard Edition of Freud

24 Letter to Donald Meltzer

25 Review: Your Child Is a Person: By S. Chess, A. Thomas, and H. G. Birch (London: Peter Davies, 1960)

26 Review: Asthma: Attitude and Milieu: By Aaron Lask (London: Tavistock, 1966)

27 Preface to Renata Gaddini’s Italian Translation of The Family and Individual Development

28 Letter to Renata Gaddini

29 The Unconscious

30 Review: Adoption Policy and Practice: By Iris Goodacre (London: Allen & Unwin, 1966)

31 The Location of Cultural Experience

32 The Absence of a Sense of Guilt

33 Letter to a Patient

34 The Beginning of the Individual

35 Letter to D. N. Parfitt

36 Discussion of ‘The Clinical Handling of the Analyst’s Response’: by Dr Ian Alger, MD

37 An Allotted Spanner in the Works

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 8, 1967-1968, with an Introduction by Ann Horne

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 8: 1967–1968

Introduction to Volume 8

Ann Horne

Part 1 1967

1 Letter to Mrs P. Aitken

2 D. W. W. on D. W. W.

3 The Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry Observed as a Group Phenomenon

4 The Concept of a Healthy Individual

5 Letter to Renata Gaddini

6 Environmental Health in Infancy

7 Review: The Successful Step-Parent: By Helen Thomson (London: W. H. Allen, 1966)

8 Delinquency as a Sign of Hope

9 The Non-Pharmacological Treatment of Psychosis in Childhood

10 Review: A Home from Home: By Sheila Stewart (London: Longmans, Green, & Co., 1967)

11 A Tribute on the Occasion of Willi Hoffer’s Seventieth Birthday

12 Foreword to The Hands of the Living God: By Marion Milner (London: Hogarth, 1969)

13 Winnicott’s Wisdom: The Meaning of Mother Love

14 Obituary: James Strachey

15 Review: Absent: School Refusal as an Expression of Disturbed Family Relationships: By Max B. Clyne, M.D. (London: Tavistock, 1966)

16 Winnicott’s Wisdom: How a Baby Begins to Feel Sorry and to Make Amends

17 Winnicott’s Wisdom: Why Do Babies Cry?

18 Letter to a Colleague

19 Letter to Renata Gaddini

20 Letter to Margaret Torrie

21 Letter to Margaret Torrie

22 Winnicott’s Wisdom: Hobgoblins and Good Habits

23 Letter to Wilfred R. Bion

24 Letter to Gillian Nelson

25 The Aetiology of Infantile Schizophrenia in Terms of Adaptive Failure

26 Letter to Charles Clay Dahlberg

27 Playing: Creative Activity and the Search for the Self

28 Review: How to Survive Parenthood: By Eda J. LeShan (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965)

29 The Concept of Clinical Regression Compared with that of Defence Organization

30 Trips into Partisanship

31 Letter to Arthur Miller

32 Letter to Renata Gaddini

33 Letter to Marjorie Spence

34 Letter to Marjorie Spence

35 Review: A Collection of Children’s Books: By Multiple Authors

36 Letter to R. S. W. Dowling

37 Addendum to ‘The Location of Cultural Experience’

38 Mirror-Role of Mother and Family in Child Development

Part 2 1968

1 The Place Where We Live

2 Communication Between Infant and Mother, and Mother and Infant, Compared and Contrasted

3 Physical and Emotional Disturbances in an Adolescent Girl

4 Chards Pil…

5 The Use of the Word ‘Use’

6 Interpretation in Psycho-Analysis

7 Letter to Donald Gough

8 Foreword to Disturbed Children: By Robert J. N. Tod (London: Longman, 1968)

9 Playing and Culture

10 Sum, I Am

11 Review: Vulnerable Children: Three Studies of Children in Conflict: By Lindy Burton (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968)

12 The Effect of Loss on the Young

13 Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 22: Edited by Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, and Marianne Kris (London: Hogarth, 1967)

14 A Link Between Paediatrics and Child Psychology: Clinical Observations

15 Playing: A Theoretical Statement

16 Children Learning

17 Letter to L. Joseph Stone

18 Review: Human Aggression: By Anthony Storr (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1968)

19 Sleep Refusal in Children

20 Letter to Mrs T.

21 Roots of Aggression

22 Foreword to Susan Isaacs: The First Biography: By D. E. M. Gardner (London: Methuen, 1969)

23 Letter to Adam Limentani

24 Letter to Renata Gaddini

25 Review: Children in Distress: By Alec Clegg and Barbara Megson (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1968)

26 Breast-feeding as Communication

27 First Interview with Child May Start Resumption of Maturation

28 The Use of an Object and Relating Through Identifications

29 Clinical Illustration of ‘The Use of an Object’

30 Further Clinical Illustration of ‘The Use of an Object’

31 Letter to Joyce Coles

32 Letter to Joyce Coles

33 Letter to Karl and Sheila Britton

34 Letter to Joyce Coles

35 Letter to Joyce Coles

36 Letter to Joyce Coles

37 Letter to Joyce Coles

38 Comments on My Paper ‘The Use of an Object’

39 Letter to Karl Britton

40 Letter to Joyce Coles

41 Letter to Renata Gaddini

42 Letter to Joyce Coles

43 Letter to Joyce Coles

44 Letter to Karl and Sheila Britton

45 Foreword to Therapy in Child Care: By Barbara Dockar-Drysdale (London: Longman, 1968)

46 Review: The Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence: By C. I. Sandström (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1968)

47 The Squiggle Game

48 Thinking and Symbol-Formation

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 9, 1969-1971, with an Introduction by Arne Jemstedt

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 9: 1969–1971

Introduction to Volume 9

Arne Jemstedt

Part 1 1969

1 Letter to Michael Rosenbluth

2 Letter to F. Robert Rodman

3 Letter to an American Correspondent

4 The Use of an Object in the Context of Moses and Monotheism

5 Letter to Renata Gaddini

6 Letter to Anna Freud

7 Letter to Michael P. Collinson

8 Contribution to a Symposium on Envy and Jealousy

9 Some Principles of Child Analysis

10 Letter to Michael B. Conran

11 Letter to Agnes Wilkinson

12 Letter to William W. Sargant

13 Letter to Child Care News: Behaviour Therapy

14 Physiotherapy and Human Relations

15 Development of the Theme of the Mother’s Unconscious as Discovered in Psycho-Analytic Practice

16 Freedom

17 The Threat to Freedom

18 Moon Landing

19 Letter to Helm Stierlin

20 Review: Indications for Child Analysis and Other Papers: By Anna Freud (New York/London: International Universities Press, 1968/Hogarth, 1969)

21 Additional Note on Psycho-Somatic Disorder

22 Letter to Robert Tod

23 The Pill

24 Letter to Renata Gaddini and Her Family

25 Berlin Walls

26 The Building Up of Trust

27 Preface to Dialogue with Sammy: A Psycho-Analytical Contribution to the Understanding of Child Psychosis By S. Lebovici and J. McDougall (London: Hogarth, 1969)

28 The Mother-Infant Experience of Mutuality

29 Mother’s Madness Appearing in the Clinical Material as an Ego-Alien Factor

30 Answers to Comments on ‘The Split-Off Male and Female Elements’

31 Psychologists as a Group

32 Commentary on Play Therapy: By Virginia Axline (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947)

Part 2 1970

1 Letter to Peter Giovacchini

2 Letter to Michael Fordham

3 Child Psychiatry, Social Work, and Alternative Care

4 A Personal Statement on Child Psychiatry

5 Contribution to the Final Number of Case Conference

6 The Place of the Monarchy

7 Letter to Renata Gaddini

8 Cure

9 Residential Care as Therapy

10 Individuation

11 Living Creatively

12 Basis for Self in Body

13 Two Further Clinical Examples

14 Day Dreaming

15 Dependence in Child Care

Part 3 1971

1 Letter to John Davis

2 Letter to Jeannine Kalmanovitch

3 Letter to Jeannine Kalmanovitch

4 Introduction to Playing and Reality

5 Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena

6 Dreaming, Fantasying and Living: A Case-History Describing a Primary Dissociation

7 Creativity and Its Origins

8 Interrelating Apart from Instinctual Drive and in Terms of Cross-Identifications

9 Contemporary Concepts of Adolescent Development and Their Implications for Higher Education

10 Tailpiece to Playing and Reality

11 Not Less Than Everything

12 Notes for the Vienna Congress

Part 4 Undated Work and Winnicott’s ‘Ideas’ File

1 Ideas and Definitions

2 The Day-Dreamer

3 Notes for a Discussion on Technique in Analysis of Psychotics

4 Knowing and Not Knowing: A Clinical Example

5 A Point in Technique

6 Note on Infant Observation

7 Found Objects and Waifs

8 Notes on Play

9 Cleopatra Anamnesis Imphiccough: (or Imp—hicup)

10 The Niffle

11 A Note on the Mother-Foetus Relationship

12 Outline for a Study in the Sociology of Knowledge

13 Ditty on Enoch Powell

End Matter

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 10, Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry, with an Introduction by Marco Armellini

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 10 Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry

Introduction to Volume 10

Marco Armellini

Acknowledgements

Part 1

Introduction

1 Case I: ‘Iiro’ aet 9 Years 9 Months

2 Case II: ‘Robin’ aet 5 Years

3 Case III: ‘Eliza’ aet 7½ Years

4 Case IV: ‘Bob’ aet 6 Years

5 Case V: ‘Robert’ aet 9 Years

6 Case VI: ‘Rosemary’ aet 10 Years

7 Case VII: ‘Alfred’ aet 10 Years

Part 2

Introduction

8 Case VIII: ‘Charles’ aet 9 Years

9 Case IX: ‘Ashton’ aet 12 Years

10 Case X: ‘Albert’ aet 7 Years 9 Months

11 Case XI: ‘Hesta’ aet 16 Years

12 Case XII: ‘Milton’ aet 8 Years

Part 3

Introduction

13 Case XIII: ‘Ada’ aet 8 Years

14 Case XIV: ‘Cecil’ aet 21 Months at First Consultation

15 Case XV: ‘Mark’ aet 12 Years

16 Case XVI: ‘Peter’ aet 13 Years

17 Case XVII: ‘Ruth’ aet 8 Years

18 Case XVIII: ‘Mrs X’ aet 30 Years: (Mother of Anna, aet 6 Years)

19 Case XIX: ‘Lily’ aet 5 Years

20 Case XX: ‘Jason’ aet 8 Years 9 Months

21 Case XXI: ‘Ge’ aet 13 Years

End Matter

Appendix 1 Case I: Iiro aet 9 Years 9 Months: Note of Contribution

Appendix 2 Case IV: ‘Bob’ aet 6 Years: A Clinical Study of the Effect of a Failure of the Average Expectable Environment on a Child’s Mental Functioning

Appendix 3 Case VII: ‘Alfred’ aet 10 Years: A Psychotherapeutic Consultation: A Case of Stammering

Appendix 4 Case XII: ‘Milton’ aet 8 Years: A Psychotherapeutic Consultation in Child Psychiatry: A Comparative Study of the Dynamic Processes

Appendix 5 Case XV: Mark aet 12 years: Child Therapy: A Case of Anti-social Behaviour

Appendix 6 Case XVII: Ruth aet 8 Years: Becoming Deprived as a Fact: A Psychotherapeutic Consultation

Chronology

References

Contributors

Credits

Index

Volume 11, Human Nature and The Piggle, with an Introduction by Steven Groarke

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Editors’ Note

Volume 11 Human Nature and The Piggle

Introduction to Volume 11

Steven Groarke

Part 1 Human Nature

Preface

Clare Winnicott

Editorial Note

Acknowledgement

Introduction

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Appendix

Part 2 The Piggle: An Account of the Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Little Girl

Preface

Clare Winnicott and R. D. Shepherd

Editor’s Foreword

Ishak Ramzy

Introduction

1 The Patient

2 First Consultation

3 Second Consultation

4 Third Consultation

5 Fourth Consultation

6 Fifth Consultation

7 Sixth Consultation

8 Seventh Consultation

9 Eighth Consultation

10 Ninth Consultation

11 Tenth Consultation

12 Eleventh Consultation

13 Twelfth Consultation

14 Thirteenth Consultation

15 Fourteenth Consultation

16 Fifteenth Consultation

17 Sixteenth Consultation

End Matter

Afterword By the Parents of the Piggle

Chronology

References

Contributors

Index

Volume 12, Appendices and Bibliographies, with an Introduction by Robert Adès

Front Matter

Frontispiece

Complete Contents of The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott

Editors’ Note

Note on the Compilation, Structure, and Contents of the Collected Works

Amendments and Updates

Volume 12: Appendices and Bibliographies

Introduction to Volume 12: Appendices and Bibliographies

Robert Adès

Part 1 Winnicott’s Publications

Chronological Bibliography of Works by D. W. Winnicott

Alphabetical Bibliography of Works by D. W. Winnicott

Complete Back Catalogue of the Published Books of D. W. Winnicott

Winnicott’s Plans for Books

Reference Lists from Books in Winnicott’s Back Catalogue

Part 2 Winnicott’s Correspondence

Chronological Bibliography of Letters by D. W. Winnicott

Alphabetical Bibliography of Letters by D. W. Winnicott

Winnicott’s Correspondents

Part 3 Winnicott’s Lectures, Broadcasts, and Audio Recordings

Winnicott’s Lectures

Winnicott’s Broadcasts

expandIndex of Available Audio Recordings

expandOriginal Broadcast Scripts

Part 4 Guide to New Material in the Collected Works

Works Published for the First Time

Letters Published for the First Time

Works First Published in a Winnicott Edition

Remarks on Some Chapters Revised for the Collected Works

Part 5 Selected Drawings and Signatures

Selected Drawings

Selected Signatures

Part 6 Additional Previously Unpublished Archival Material

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End Matter

D. W. W.: A Reflection

Reference List of the Collected Works

Chronology

Contributors

Credits

Complete Index of the Collected Works

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