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Author: Frances Tustin
ISBN: 0300038402
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Pages 326 pages
Publisher Yale Univ Pr (June 1, 1987)
Language English
Category: Health and Fitness
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Tustin deals very sensitively and sensibly with the knotty problem of parents' contribution to autistic development, providing a. .Bibliographic information. Autistic Barriers in Neurotic Patients.

Tustin deals very sensitively and sensibly with the knotty problem of parents' contribution to autistic development, providing a balanced interactive view which does not allocate blame. Her discussion of autistic objects and autistic shapes is illuminating and has widespread clinical applicability. This book is highly recommended reading" - Mary Boston, British Journal of Medical Psychology.

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Autistic Barriers in Neur. has been added to your Cart. In writing and publishing this book Tustin shows that the study of autism does not only help us to extend our understanding of the history of the nature and the quality of our perceptions and our reactions to the world, and to ourselves in the world, during the first few moments - seconds, minutes, hours or days - after our birth; it also helps us. to understand, diagnose, del with and treat patients - child or adult - who present us with a wider spectrum of psychopathological conditions that we have been able to acknowledge and to comprehend.

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Start by marking Autistic Barriers in Neurotic Patients as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book is highly recommended reading" - Mary Boston, British Journal of "Tustin deals very sensitively and sensibly with the knotty problem of parents' contribution to autistic development, providing a balanced interactive view which does not allocate blame.

Frances Tustin is not always aware how closely her work matches that of Bion but she was analysed by him and will not .

Frances Tustin is not always aware how closely her work matches that of Bion but she was analysed by him and will not be surprised to find herself sharing with him so much that is both adventurous and compassionate. Sheila Spensley, Journal of Child Psychotherapy.

Autistic Barriers in Neurotic Patients book. Tustin deals very sensitively and sensibly with the knotty problem of parents' contribution to autistic development, providing a balanced interactive view which does not allocate blame.

deals very sensitively and sensibly with the knotty problem of parents contribution to autistic development, providing a balanced interactive view which.

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Macmillan; reprinted Free Association Books, 1985

Tustin, Frances (1986) Autistic Barriers in Neurotic Patients. Whitehead, Alfred N. (1926) Science and the Modern World. Macmillan; reprinted Free Association Books, 1985. Williams, Raymond (1986) ‘The Uses of Cultural Theory’, New Left Rev. no. 158: 19-31. Winnicott, Donald W. (1951) ‘Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’, in Through Paediatrics to Psycho-Analysis. Hogarth, 1982, pp. pp. 229-42. (1952) ‘Psychoses and Child Care’, in Ibid. Free Association Books.