"Bowlby and Winnicott's students give us new perspectives in a lively, authentic and scholarly picture of these important figures, whose influence and major contributions to many fields is immense. I welcome this informative, entertaining and thought-provoking book and I hope that it will be widely read." --Dr. Mario Marrone
John Bowlby and Donald Winnicott were two of the most notable twentieth century pioneers in the application of psychoanalysis to child development and family studies. A series of essays, written by former students of both men, provides insight into the way they approached their work, in addition to novel and clarifying commentaries on their ideas.
The book covers such subjects as the problems of antisocial children, separation, loss, and grief. It pays attention to the social context and dimension of Bowlby and Winnicott's work and includes a novel examination of their contributions to the 1945 Curtis Committee’s deliberations leading to the landmark 1948 Children’s Act in Great Britain. Their different personalities and scientific attitudes are brought out in a lively and anecdotal way. The book ends with an extensive bibliography that links their own individual work not only to each other, but also to the many and varied strands of research and reflection that owe their origin to D.W. Winnicott and John Bowlby.
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Bruce Hauptmann is a child, adolescent and family psychiatrist in private practice in Cambridge, MA. In 1974, shortly after his return from England where he studied with Winnicott and Bowlby at the Tavistock Clinic, he wrote the proposals for grants that established the Community Therapeutic Day School. The school serves young children with serious psychiatric and neurological disorders and disabilities. He also maintains an active interest in cross-cultural child rearing, and has spent time studying Inuit children in Eastern Arctic communities.
Judith Issroff is South African-born, British and Israeli, a quintessential product of the Tavistock Clinic, School of Family Psychiatry and Community Mental Health and the Independent British Psychoanalytic tradition. She is a specialist Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist, who was John Bowlby’s registrar in the Department of Children and Parents. She is qualified also in the analysis of children, adolescents, as a group analyst, and in conflict management. Her experience with survivors of trauma and in cross-cultural and social psychiatry is extensive. Following her mentors, Winnicott and Derek Miller, she has supervised and lectured in a variety of situations and published on many topics.
Christopher Reeves is a retired Child Psychotherapist. After studying psychology and philosophy at Oxford, he trained in the Department of Children and Parents at the Tavistock Clinic during John Bowlby’s tenure as Chair, while also completing a PhD in philosophy at UCL. For two years he attended clinical seminars run by Donald Winnicott. In addition to local authority child guidance work, he was for many years associated with the Mulberry Bush School. He was Chairman of the Medical Section of the British Psychological Society and Editor of the Journal of Child Psychotherapy. He has written widely on child psychotherapy, therapeutic education, philosophy and the history of ideas.
'Bowlby and Winnicott's students give us new perspectives in a lively, authentic and scholarly picture of these important figures, whose influence and major contributions to many fields have been immense. I welcome this informative, entertaining and thought-provoking book and I hope that it will be widely read.'- Mario Marrone, psychiatrist; psychoanalyst; founder member and past Chairman of the International Attachment Network'Part labor of love, part reminiscence, part historical exegesis, these essays are a valuable testimony to the significance of two pillars of British child advocacy. The authors - students, but not blind followers - bring scholarship, enthusiasm, and even love to the task of illuminating lines of convergence and divergence between Winnicott and Bowlby. We owe them our gratitude for their living history and keen insights.'- Dodi Goldman, Faculty and Supervising Analyst, William Alanson White Institute'John Bowlby, Donald Winnicott (and his wife Clare) should not be just figures from the past. Their theoretical formulations and influence on social policy laid some of the foundations for good practice in child welfare. This book brings them and their ideas to life, reminding us of the enduring values which should underlie practice.'- Olive Stevenson, distinguished expert in the fields of child and adult care; and Professor Emeritus of Social Studies, Nottingham University'An era is brought alive along with the men, psychoanalysts and scientists whose contributions provide a richly nourishing, secure and fertile base for today's practitioners, thinkers and researchers. This book is a vivid introduction to their achievements with leads to contemporary developments based on their work.'- Professor Saul Pena, London-trained Founder of Peruvian Psychoanalytical Society; Past President Latin American Psychoanalytical and Psychotherapeutic Associations, Professor of Psychiatry, UNMSM Lima
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