1st Edition

Forensic Psychotherapy and Psychopathology Winnicottian Perspectives

By Brett Kahr Copyright 2001
    174 Pages
    by Routledge

    173 Pages
    by Routledge

    This exceptional book adds to the fast growing area of forensic psychotherapy and shows the relevance of Winnicott's work to therapy with some of the most deprived in our society. Contributors:Brett Kahr; Jennifer Johns; Estela Welldon; Joan Raphael-Leff; Valerie Sinason; Jeannie Milligan; Donald Campbell; Em Farrell; Peter Giovacchini; Charles Socarides; Murray Cox.

    Series Foreword , Foreword , Introduction: Winnicott’s contribution to the study of dangerousness , Winnicott: a beginning , Babies as transitional objects , Primary maternal persecution , Children who kill their teddy bears , Deprivation and delinquency in the treatment of the adolescent forensic patient , On pseudo-normality: a contribution to the psychopathology of adolescence , Vomit as a transitional object , Transitional objects in the treatment of primitive mental states , D. W. Winnicott and the understanding of sexual perversions , On the capacity for being inside enough


    Brett Kahr