The Psychoanalysis of Children
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Psychoanalysis of Children by The Melanie Klein Trust
Book DescriptionThe Psycho-Analysis of Children, first published in 1932, is a classic in its subject, and revolutionised child analysis. Melanie Klein had already proved, by the special technique she devised, that she was a pioneer in that branch of analysis. She made possible the extension of psycho-analysis to the field of early childhood, and in this way not only made the treatment of young children possible but also threw new light on psychological development in childhood and on the roots of adult neuroses and psychoses.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780099752912
(198mm x 129mm x 21mm)
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Publish Date: 6-Nov-1997
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author The Melanie Klein Trust
Love, Guilt and Reparation, Paperback (August 1998)
This is a new edition of Melanie Klein's key work on child psychology, previously published by the Hogarth Press in 1975 and Virago in 1988. It contains a foreword by Dr Hanna Segal and explanatory notes by the Editorial Board of the Melanie Klein Trust. The book shows the growth of Klein's work and ideas between 1921 and 1945.
Narrative of a Child Analysis, Paperback (August 1998)
A new edition of Melanie Klein's account of her analysis of a 10-year old boy, previously published by Hogarth Press in 1961 and Virago in 1989. Klein describes the day-to-day course of the analysis, interpreting drawings, play, verbal associations and reports of dreams, thus providing a guide to the technique of psychoanalysing children.
Envy and Gratitude, Paperback (November 1997)» View all books by The Melanie Klein Trust
A collection of Klein's writings from 1946 to 1960, including two papers published posthumously.
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Author Biography - The Melanie Klein Trust
Melanie Klein was born in Vienna in 1882, the youngest of four children. At about fourteen she decided to study medicine. With her brother's help she learnt enough Greek and Latin to pass into the Gymnasium but her early engagement and subsequent marriage in 1903 brought a halt to her plans. Years later, discovering a booklet on dreams by Freud, she turned her attentions to psychoanalysis. At this time she was living in Budapest and began her own analysis with Ferenczi, who encouraged her interest in the analysis of children. In 1921 she moved to Berlin to continue her work with children, supported by Dr Karl Abraham, In 1926 she moved to London where she worked and lived until her death in 1960.
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