By R.D. Hinshelwood
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In this book, the seminal case histories of Melanie Klein and her followers are closely scrutinised, to examine both what the clinicians were noticing in their patients, and how they conceptualized those processes.
What are the contents and processes of the mind as they are revealed in the patient’s speech on the couch, and what is the specific sense a Kleinian makes of them?
At once a fascinating history of the Kleinian clinical approach and a superb training text, Robert Hinshelwood’s Clinical Klein is an indispensable work of reference in the burgeoning field of Klein studies.
Published 1994 (Free Ass. Books) - ISBN: 9781853433153 - 250 Pages - Paperback - Rights: World
R.D. Hinshelwood (born 1938) is an English psychiatrist and academic. He is a Professor of Psychoanalytic Studies at the Univ. of Essex. He trained as a doctor and psychiatrist. He has taken an interest in the Therapeutic Community movement since 1974, and was founding editor of The International Journal of Therapeutic Communities (in 1980), having edited. with Nick Manning, Therapeutic Communities. Reflections and Progress (1979, London: Routledge).
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