(wĭn′ə-kŏt′), Donald Woods 1896-1971.
British pediatrician and child psychiatrist noted for his contributions to object relations theory, which deals with the relationship between children and familiar, inanimate objects that mitigate anxiety during times of stress.
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Winnicott. Moses repeatedly moved from conformity and inauthenticity to nonconformity and authenticity in a determined attempt to remain true to himself.
Winnicott's "not-communicating," Randall Jarrell's beards, mourning the elegy: Robert Creeley's "Mother's Photograph," Ted Berrigan's reparations, Aaron Kunin's line of shame, and this feeling of time: Claudia Rankine's Citizen.
Woolton town centre in 1975, when the local Tesco was the same size as the Winnicott Poodle Salon...
Winnicott (21) noted the importance of the support and care given to pregnant women either by their partners, their families or even the State and he added that only with this "protective cover" will women be able to develop "primary maternal preoccupation" (22) and will be available for their baby and their needs.
Businesses at the launch also heard from Briege Gates, service manager at the Winnicott Centre, home of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, who spoke about the project this year's event is fundraising for.
Em seus estudos sobre a natureza humana, Winnicott formulou uma teoria que representou uma grande mudanca de paradigma na psicanalise (1), a qual e denominada de teoria do amadurecimento humano (2).
classics (e.g Freud, Bion, Ferenczi, Winnicott, etc.).
Over 50 years ago, pediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Woods Winnicott introduced the concept of ( "good enough parenting" .
More than 50 years ago, paediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Woods Winnicott introduced the concept of "good enough parenting".