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Sex and Sexuality [electronic resource] : Winnicottian Perspectives.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781855759091Publication details: London : Karnac Books, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781849404624
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Sex and Sexuality: Winnicottian PerspectivesDDC classification:
  • 823.914
LOC classification:
  • PR6063.C4
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Contents:
COVER; CONTRIBUTORS; CHAPTER ONE: Introduction; CHAPTER TWO: Winnicott at the start of the third millennium; CHAPTER THREE: Laplanche and Winnicott meet . . . and survive; CHAPTER FOUR: Childhood sexual theories and childhood sexuality:the primal scene and parental sexuality; CHAPTER FIVE: Violence and creativity; CHAPTER SIX: Adult eros in D. W. Winnicott; CHAPTER SEVEN: Sex as a defence against sexuality; CHAPTER EIGHT: Working with women in an NHS outpatient clinic for sexualdysfunction; CHAPTER NINE: Talking nonsense, and knowing when to stop; REFERENCES; INDEX;
Summary: This collection provides a fresh and innovative look at the work of Winnicott and into sexuality, in particular infantile sexuality. The unusual link of Winnicott to Freud and to a psychoanalysis located in the drives encourages a different perspective into British psychoanalysis. Other diverse themes include a historical examination of Winnicott through the British Society; an exploration of the similarities between Laplanche and Winnicott; the use of Winnicott's work in the treatment of sexual dysfunction; and the interrelation between sexuality and play. This is the sixth volume in the Winn
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COVER; CONTRIBUTORS; CHAPTER ONE: Introduction; CHAPTER TWO: Winnicott at the start of the third millennium; CHAPTER THREE: Laplanche and Winnicott meet . . . and survive; CHAPTER FOUR: Childhood sexual theories and childhood sexuality:the primal scene and parental sexuality; CHAPTER FIVE: Violence and creativity; CHAPTER SIX: Adult eros in D. W. Winnicott; CHAPTER SEVEN: Sex as a defence against sexuality; CHAPTER EIGHT: Working with women in an NHS outpatient clinic for sexualdysfunction; CHAPTER NINE: Talking nonsense, and knowing when to stop; REFERENCES; INDEX;

This collection provides a fresh and innovative look at the work of Winnicott and into sexuality, in particular infantile sexuality. The unusual link of Winnicott to Freud and to a psychoanalysis located in the drives encourages a different perspective into British psychoanalysis. Other diverse themes include a historical examination of Winnicott through the British Society; an exploration of the similarities between Laplanche and Winnicott; the use of Winnicott's work in the treatment of sexual dysfunction; and the interrelation between sexuality and play. This is the sixth volume in the Winn