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(p. 67) Physiotherapy and Human Relations 

(p. 67) Physiotherapy and Human Relations
(p. 67) Physiotherapy and Human Relations

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 23 January 2019

In this paper on psycho-somatic disorders, Winnicott begins by acknowledging the vastness of the subject. Psycho-somatic disorder merges into the universal problem of the healthy interaction between the psyche and the soma—that is, between the personality of an individual and the body in which the person lives. The relationship between body and mind, role of early development and stages of emotional development are also discussed.

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