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Download ☆ Playing and Reality By D.W. Winnicott – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Playing and Reality Acknowledgements Introduction Transitional Objects And Transitional Phenomena Dreaming, Fantasying, And Living A Case History Describing A Primary Dissociation Playing A Theoretical Statement Playing Creative Activity And The Search For The Self Creativity And Its Origins.

Download ☆ Playing and Reality  By D.W. Winnicott – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 214 pages
  • Playing and Reality
  • D.W. Winnicott
  • English
  • 24 August 2018
  • 0415345464

    10 thoughts on “Download ☆ Playing and Reality By D.W. Winnicott – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    Fantastic You really only need to read the first third of this book to get it, but for me, the basic ideas he is putting forward here are really life changing He is proposing a fundamental addition to...


  2. says:

    Psychotherapist Dr Judith Edwards has chosen to discuss Playing and Reality by Donald Winnicott on FiveBooks as one of the top five on her subject Child Psychotherapy, saying that Winnicott was the people s psychoanalyst, seeing mother and child as developing together within their relationship Winnicott s Playing and Reality, not published till after his death, is a fine and illuminating collection of his major thinking, important not only because of ...


  3. says:

    This was probably one of the most readable academic texts that I ve read in quite some time, to the extent that reading it was a muchfluid and frankly quick experience that reading academic books of comparable size It was an entertaining and interesting theoretical and psychoanalytic read without getting too bogged down in pretentious and needlessly dense and jargonistic language I m looking at you, Lacan Winnicott s ideas are also interesting in themselves, and he discusses them in This was probably one of the most readable academic texts that I ve read in quite some time, to the extent that reading it was a muchfluid and frankly quick experience that reading academic books of comparable size It was an entertaining and interesting theoretical and psychoanalytic read without getting too bogged down in pretentious and needlessly dense and jargonistic language I m looking at you, La...


  4. says:

    This is another fave of mine I could never give a good description of what this book is about cause my understanding it is always changing and lacking at times.


  5. says:

    Wonderful way of answering Freudian theories of creativityengaging essays on their own and also great for the lit classroom


  6. says:

    This is one of the most important books on the subject of psychotherapy I ve read Winnicott is a poet He writes in images and often with a lot of jargon that is thick and hard going However, when he makes a discovery, and he makes quite a few, it s like he s journeyed to the center of the Earth and come back to reveal what the foundation beneath the foundation of reality is all about As a therapist who has been practicing over twenty five years, he is probably my greatest inspiration His pe This is one of the most important books on the subject of psychotherapy I ve read Winnicott is a poet He writes in images and often with a lot of jargon that is thick and hard going However, when he makes a discovery, and he makes quite a few, it s like he s journeyed to the center of the Earth and come back to reveal what the foundation beneath the foundation of reality is all about As a therapist who has been practicing over twenty five years, he is probably my greatest inspiration His perspective turns on appreciation of the creativity and imagination that is part and parcel of psychological development He gives therapist a way to think about...


  7. says:

    Skimmed and picked aroundthan read readheavily in some parts than others, is the fairest to say.But considered a milestone work in children s and really people in general psychology by one of my favorite psychologists Mr D.W Winnicott.He along with Carl Rogers, Aaron Beck, and Carl Jung have had as much of an influence on my own psychological predilections, philosophy, and musings as anyone.While this book is about many aspects of development primarily on the import Skimmed and picked aroundthan read readheavily in some parts than others, is the fairest to say.But considered a milestone work in children s and re...


  8. says:

    There were parts of this that resonated with me There were parts that felt a bit false, or strange But that s alright Psychology isn t, and shouldn t be, clockwork It s nebulous it s imaginative Winnicott understood that.Because the ideas were presented in all their malleability, they weren t ever threatening to me I remain free to form my own ideas, so I can fully appreciate his.Some favorite quotes The thing about playing is always the precariousness of the interplay of personal psychi There were parts of this that resonated with me There were parts that felt a bit false, or strange But that s alright Psychology isn t, and shouldn t be, clockwork It s nebulous it s imaginative Winnicott understood that.Because the ideas were ...


  9. says:

    A major theme in this book is how we experience the field that exists between outer objective reality and our inner subjective understanding Winnicott terms this the intermediate area of experiencing Transitional phenomenon, an infant s choosing of an object or action that soothes, is the way an infant explores this area, and becomes increasingly comfortable losing his her sense of omnipotence During this stage, Winnicott also stresses the importance of a good enough mother , that is a A major theme in this book is how we experience the field that exists between outer objective reality and our inner subjective understanding Winnicott terms this the intermediate area of experiencing Transitional phenomenon, an infant s choosing of an object or action ...


  10. says:

    This book explains what mom s do wrong to cause their kids to end up disordered I mean gay and transgendered It was written in the 70 s So it was hard for me to take any of it very seriously and I am very confused why the average rating on this book is above 4 stars And let s say that I entertained the idea that maybe being gay is a disorder caused by bad mothering even then, th...

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