This book presents the life and work of one of the leading British social workers of the 20th century. The wife of Donald Winnicott, an analysand of Melanie Klein, a wartime innovator in helping evacuated children, a teacher and mentor to a generation of British social workers and a gifted psychoanalyst, Clare Winnicott's life encompassed a remarkable richness of relationships and accomplishments.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Foreword -- Foreword -- Clare Winnicott: her life and legacy -- Oxfordshire -- The problem of homeless children -- Children who cannot play -- Introduction to Deprivation and Delinquency -- Child care in Oxfordshire: An interview with Alan Cohen -- Working with Children -- Casework techniques in the child care services -- Face to face with children -- Communicating with children—I -- Communicating with children—II -- Social Work -- The “rescue motive” in social work -- The development of insight -- Development towards self-awareness -- On D. W. Winnicott and Psychoanalysis -- D.W.W.: A reflection -- D. W. Winnicott: his life and work -- Early observations on object relations theory -- A personal tribute: Dr Lois Munro -- Fear of breakdown: a clinical example -- Published Works of Clare Winnicott