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Additional resources for Attachment & New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis volume 4 issue 2
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Temple, N. (1998). Developmental injury: its effects on the inner world. In: C. ), Understanding Trauma. London: Tavistock Clinic Series. , & Gibb, E. (1998). Trauma and grievance. In: C. ), Understanding Trauma (pp. 81–96). London: Duckworth, Tavistock Clinic Series. Valerie Sinason Putting Back the Link Between the Heart and the Head: Reflections on Some Kleinian Theory from a Relational Perspective Jenn ny Riddell T he purpose of this paper is to explore whether Kleinian theory can be usefully employed in working from an attachment-based relational style, and to attempt from this angle a re-connection of the head of theory with the heart of the emotional experience that evolves between two people in relational psychotherapy.
As therapists, it can push us to the edge of our skills, but potentially costs the client far more; thus, negative transference requires extreme sensitivity at a time of assault on the senses. Much of Klein’s theoretical exploration centres on the unconscious of the infant, on the infant’s phantasies and how these, she claims, are projectively identified into the mother (Klein, 1946). However, she writes far less about the impact on the mother, and of what the mother does with this experience. This is taken up later by Winnicott as primary maternal preoccupation (Winnicott, 1958), Bion in containment, beta elements, and alpha functioning (Bion, 1962), Bowlby in the development of attachment theory (Bowlby, 1988), Stern in terms of RIGS (Stern, 2004), Gerhardt on infant care (Gerhardt, 2004), and on to the more recent relational school.
Attachment & New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis volume 4 issue 2 by Kate White (editor)