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(p. 469) Nothing at the Centre 

(p. 469) Nothing at the Centre
(p. 469) Nothing at the Centre

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 21 October 2018

Winnicott describes a clinical case of his where the patient, a woman of thirty, is described as having ‘nothing at the centre” of her. In the analysis, sleepiness was often a symptom, which Winnicott assumed was a kind of resistance to his interpretations.

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