By Stephen Schlein
The twentieth century has been defined because the time of man’s discovery of himself; few have contributed extra to this reason than Erik Erikson. The scientific Erik Erikson: A psychoanalytic approach to engagement and activation highlights Erikson’s remodeling contributions to the sphere of psychoanalysis and honors his legacy through offering unpublished medical case illustrations of his psychotherapeutic paintings.
The book of case material―simple memorable fragments and medical vignettes― brings the reader into Erikson’s treatment room, supplying a portrait of his medical approach and demonstrating how he really worked.
Stephen Schlein, an expert on Erikson, offers an illuminating account of Erikson’s pioneering paintings via an exhaustive seek of his early monographs on baby psychoanalysis, scientific writings, psychotherapeutic case experiences, and participation at case meetings on the Austen Riggs heart.
Erikson’s writings exhibit a psychoanalytic approach to impressive richness that emphasizes crucial components of an interpersonal-relational scientific technique and articulates interactional dimensions that experience restorative power. His imaginative and prescient makes a speciality of the interpersonal relationship, its robust impacts, and a trust that people have a powerful means for genuine swap. This ebook might be crucial interpreting for psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists.
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217). 12 The cathartic theory sees play primarily with a focus on the release of pent-up emotion or the release of surplus energy (p. 215). 13 Solitary play remains an indispensable harbor for the overhauling of shattered emotions after a period of rough going in the social seas (p. 221). 14 The child brings into the play whatever aspect of his ego has been ruffled most (p. 214). 15 Of all the formulations of play, the briefest and the best is to be found in Plato’s Laws: He sees the model of true playfulness in the need of all young creatures, animal and human, to leap.
So it is here that he began with a focus on the rich interplay of the content, form, and spatial aspects of play, since children cannot obey the laws of free association, as adults do. He tried to go beyond the sexual symbolism in play, so prevalent in the field, as he attempted to show how the child’s inner concerns were represented in the play and in the spatial configurations created by the child. Erikson (1963) claimed, The child’s play begins with and centers on his own body . . It begins before we notice it as play, and at first consists of exploration by repetition of sensory perceptions, kinesthetic sensations, and of vocalizations.
Golland believed Erikson’s exaggerated loyalty to Freud concealed his pioneering ideas under the guise of orthodoxy. Nevertheless, it is evident that Erikson reached a certain level of acceptance in the field in the 1940s and 1950s as one of the few non-medical psychoanalysts, and because of his impressive clinical skills, he earned respect from his medical colleagues. Clearly, he was admired for his intellectual gifts, his presence, and his insightful and intuitive capacities (Yankelovich & Barrett, 1970).
The Clinical Erik Erikson: A Psychoanalytic Method of Engagement and Activation by Stephen Schlein