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  • Author:
    D. W. Winnicott
  • ISBN:
    0201165171
  • ISBN13:
    978-0201165173
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  • Publisher:
    Da Capo Press; First Edition edition (January 21, 1987)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Parenting
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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    338
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Series: Classics in Child Development. Paperback: 256 pages.

Series: Classics in Child Development.

Classics in Child Development). Winnicott spends much of the book simply discussing what is going on in the child psychologically and attempts to reassure parents that are inundated with massive amounts and often contradictory advice that they can intuitively raise a healthy child through proper devotion and love. I found it a bit too academic for my purposes, and some of the theories seem a bit dated or, at the least, overreaching. The psychology comes out of psychoanalysis, which is based on Freud. I had thought that Freudian ideas had fallen out of favor in modern times. Winnicott discusses the Oedipus complex in children for instance.

Winnicott's paediatric work with children and their mothers led to the development of his influential concept .

Winnicott's paediatric work with children and their mothers led to the development of his influential concept concerning the "holding environment". Winnicott claimed that "the foundations of health are laid down by the ordinary mother in her ordinary loving care of her own baby", central to which was the mother's attentive holding of her child. The first involved Winnicott drawing a shape for the child to play with and extend (or vice versa) – a practice extended by his followers into that of using partial interpretations as a 'squiggle' for a patient to make use o. .

Most of the short pieces in this book-a collection of BBC radio talks- are typical of Winnicotts comon-sense views on parents,children and education. The chapter about twins however really stands out and has more to say in five short pages than most other literature on the subject.

Part of the Classics in Child Development Series). Dr. Winnicott explores the basic relationships of childhood starting with the bond of love between mother and infant, which he views as the key to personality. Speaking directly and informally, he explains everyday issues such as feeding, crying, playing, independence, and shyness as well as serious problems such as stealing and lying.

Few experts have done more to present the world of children and parents to the general public than . In this classic of child development, Winnicott explores problems of the only child, of stealing and lying, shyness, sex education in schools and the roots of aggression. His style is lucid, his manner friendly, and his years of experience provide much wise insight into child behaviour and parental attitudes' - British Journal of Psychology show more.

W. Winnicott (1896-1974), pediatrician and psychoanalyst, influenced several generations in the fields of child psychiatry, social work, and child development as well as psychoanalysis. He is known especially for his bold and brilliant imagination, and his unique, even poetic style. It is a good book for first-time parent. My friend recommend it to me and I really enjoy the book. One person found this helpful.

Covering child development, this work explores problems of the only child, of stealing and lying, shyness, sex education in schools and the roots of.Additional Product Features. Place of Publication.

Covering child development, this work explores problems of the only child, of stealing and lying, shyness, sex education in schools and the roots of aggression. It provides insight into child behaviour and parental attitudes.

Few experts have done more to present the world of children and parents to the general public than D.W. Winnicott. In this classic of child development, Winnicott explores problems of the only child, of stealing and lying, shyness, sex education in schools and the roots of aggression. 'His style is lucid, his manner friendly, and his years of experience provide much wise insight into child behaviour and parental attitudes' - "British Journal of Psychology".

BroWelm
Many of these chapters were originally radio broadcasts Winnicott made for the BBC, speaking directly to mothers. Complex, sophisticated developmental observations and ideas are accessible and clear . Maybe most importantly, he stresses that babies are born as individuals, ready to develop, and only need a "good-enough" loving environment to flourish--no "mother-bashing" here. This could be a wonderful gift to new parents you care about..
SlingFire
Great product!!
Vinainl
excellent book for any first parents or parents to be!
Manesenci
It is a good book for first-time parent. My friend recommend it to me and I really enjoy the book.
Qus
great
Hanelynai
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Gosar
The many schools of therapy are influenced by two factors.
The prevailing scientific 'flavour of the month'.
The religious background that imbibed the author in his youth.
We see the effects of hydrodynamics in the early analysis theories. The effects of binary theory in object relationships. The effects of molecules, RNA discovery and so on.
More subtly we have seen the Judaical all powerful super ego, which was gradually sublimated or downsized.
In Winnicott you simply see the Christian 'Madonna & Child' phenomena. The primacy of nurturing. The creation and formation of the bonds between humans.
Winnicott explains the milk of kindness. The Mother and child in us all.
Winnicott is so right on with his observations, and in this book his thoughts are accessible to anyone who is interested in learning about how children experience the world and grow into being a part of it. His tone is so compassionate that one just knows he must have been a wonderful therapist - and person. His ideas are easy to follow and he writes as if he is speaking to you, as a friend and a wise person.