Alex Holder's Anna Freud, Melanie Klein and the Psychoanalysis of Children PDF
By Alex Holder
The critical subject matter of the publication is anxious with a transparent differentiation among baby research right and analytical baby psychotherapy, and a close account of the controversies on procedure among Anna Freud and Melanie Klein within the Nineteen Twenties and Thirties. It takes into consideration the historic heritage opposed to which baby psychoanalysis built, particularly international warfare II and the Nazi regime in Germany. the writer additionally seems to be on the method baby research constructed in particular associations, corresponding to The Hampstead baby treatment path in London, and in particular parts akin to the unfold of kid research within the US. The concluding bankruptcy is at the value of information of kid research between analysts operating with adults. the variations within the theories of the 2 "greats" in baby research, Anna Freud and Melanie Klein, are tested one after the other, together with such techniques because the function of transference, the Oedipus advanced and the superego.
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Extra resources for Anna Freud, Melanie Klein and the Psychoanalysis of Children and Adolescents: Applications, Settings and Controversies
Frank makes only brief references to the Bornstein sisters— for instance, that they were among the best known young child analysts at the Berlin Institute (Frank, 1999, p. , p. 152). On Ada Müller-Braunschweig, Peters (1979, p. 106, translated) writes that “Anna Freud is paying a great tribute to this woman by counting her among the precursors of her field of research”, given that she had made only two contributions to psychoanalysis, which, moreover, had not been published until 1928 and 1930, respectively.
These included the Baumgarten Institute, founded by Siegfried Bernfeld and Willi Hoffer after the First World War; the Oberhollabrünn Institute, established in 1918 and headed by August Aichhorn; a school started by Anna Freud in 1925 and run by Eva Rosenfeld; and the Jackson Nursery for neglected children under the age of three, opened by Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingham in 1937.
Grosskurth, 1987, p. 93] Whereas Klein’s contemporary assessment of Hug-Hellmuth at the beginning of the 1920s was still quite benevolent and admiring, this image certainly seems to have changed in retrospect after a lapse of more than thirty years. In between, of course, there had been the great controversy with Anna Freud and her followers, among whom Klein no doubt included Hug-Hellmuth. , p. 92). The unequivocal conclusion that must surely be drawn from all these quotations is that opinions as to whether Hug-Hellmuth was or was not a child analyst are highly divergent, and that the authors who take a negative view are in the majority.
Anna Freud, Melanie Klein and the Psychoanalysis of Children and Adolescents: Applications, Settings and Controversies by Alex Holder