By Joyce McDougall
This lecture is an annual occasion designed for a large viewers of pros and others concerned with kids. those lectures concentration upon a particular subject, coming up from Winnicott's existence and ideas, when it comes to relevance for twenty-first century residing. With a foreword by means of Brett Kahr and creation through Jennifer Johns.
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Melanie Klein emphasised, probably more insistendy than any other psychoanalytic writer of her period, the importance of violent emotion and its role in structuring the substratum of the human psyche. In advancing the notion that artistic creativity was linked to the turbulent relationship between baby and mother, Klein also threw a new light upon the inner world of the creative being. She, of course, tended to attribute creative blockage to a lack of integration of the infants envy and destructiveness toward the breast-mother universe.
Apart from the different theoretical perspectives of these two very charismatic thinkers, my attention was also drawn to the extreme variance in their clinical approach. For example, the psychical investment of time and the length of sessions aroused my curiosity. We had all learned from Winnicott that the psychoanalytic setting should be considered as a play space, a potential space in which two partners would meet and react with each other; his contention was always that it was only through the creation DONALD W I N N I C O T T T H E MAN o f this transitional space that any psychic change could take place.
I understand so well the frustration of my dear friend Pierre A ,.. who says that he hates his paintings because they never depict the painting he has in his mind. Then there is fitienne B ... who periodically destroys every painting he still has in his studio; is this what Freud called the death instinct? Freud derived the theory of the death instinct from the concept of the libido itself and, of course, he shocked the intellectual world of Vienna when he announced, just like that, that mankind was far from having one prominent desire to enjoy life, to seek love, pleasure and narcissistic satisfactions.