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Clinical Notes on Disorders of Childhood

Practioner’s Aid Series
By D. W. Winnicott MA (Cantab.), MRCP (London)
Physician, Paddington Green Children’s Hospital; Asst. Physician, The Queen’s Hospital for Children; in charge of the LCC Rehumatism Clinic at the Queen’s Hospital for Children.
London: William Heinemann (Medical Books), 1931

Preface [CW 1:3:Preface]

v

Introduction [CW 1:3:Introduction]

1

1. History-taking [CW 1:3:1]

7

2. Physical Examination [CW 1:3:2]

22

3. A Note on Temperature and the Importance of Charts [CW 1:3:3]

32

4. The Nose and Throat [CW 1:3:4]

38

5. The Heart, with Special Reference to Rheumatic Carditis [CW 1:3:5]

42

6. Rheumatic Fever [CW 1:3:6]

58

7. The Rheumatic Clinic [CW 1:3:7]

64

8. Active Heart Disease [CW 1:3:8]

69

9. Growing Pains [CW 1:3:9]

76

10. Arthritis Associated with Emotional Disturbance [CW 1:3:10]

81

11. Fidgetiness [CW 1:3:11]

87

Chorea

89

12. A Note on Normality and Anxiety [CW 1:3:12]

98

13. Anxiety (continued), Treatment [CW 1:3:13]

122

The Parents’ Part

125

Sexual Enlightenment

127

14. Disease of the Nervous System [CW 1:3:14]

129

15. Walking [CW 1:3:15]

143 (p. 124)

Posture, Movement

148

16. Mental Defect [CW 1:3:16]

152

17. Convulsions, Fits [CW 1:3:17]

157

18. Micturition Disturbances [CW 1:3:18]

172

Enuresis

177

19. Masturbation [CW 1:3:19]

183

20. Speech Disorders [CW 1:3:20]

191

Stuttering

195

Index

201

Getting to Know Your Baby

London: William Heinemann, 1945
Preface [CW 1:3:Preface]

  1. 1. Getting to Know Your Baby [CW 2:5:8]

  2. 2. Why Do Babies Cry? [CW 2:6:2]

  3. 3. Infant Feeding [CW 2:6:13]

  4. 4. What About Father? [CW 2:6:8]

  5. 5. Their Standards and Yours [CW 2:6:9]

  6. 6. Postscript [‘Support for Normal Parents’ CW 2:6:11]

The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby

Nine Broadcast Talks (Autumn 1949)
London: C. A. Brock, 1950

1. Introduction [‘A Man Looks at Motherhood’ CW 3:4:23]

3

2. The Baby as a Going Concern [CW 3:4:24]

7

3. Where the Food Goes [CW 3:4:25]

12

4. The End of the Digestive Process [CW 3:4:26]

17

5. The Baby as a Person [CW 3:4:27]

22

6. Close-up of Mother Feeding Baby [CW 3:4:28]

27

7. The World in Small Doses [CW 3:4:29]

32

8. The Innate Morality of the Baby [Training Babies: Problems of Management [CW 12:3:4c]; revised as CW 3:4:30]

38

9. Weaning [CW 3:4:31]

43

(p. 125) The Child and the Family: First Relationships

First published London: Tavistock, 1957

Editor’s Note

vii

Preface [CW 7:1:17]

xi

Part I. The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby

1. A Man Looks at Motherhood [CW 3:4:23]

3

2. Getting to Know Your Baby [CW 2:5:8]

7

3. The Baby as a Going Concern [CW 3:4:24]

13

4. Infant Feeding [CW 2:6:13]

18

5. Where the Food Goes [CW 3:4:25]

23

6. The End of the Digestive Process [CW 3:4:26]

28

7. The Baby as a Person [CW 3:4:27]

33

8. Close-up of Mother Feeding Baby [CW 3:4:28]

38

9. Why Do Babies Cry? [CW 2:6:2]

43

10. The World in Small Doses [CW 3:4:29]

53

11. The Innate Morality of the Baby [CW 3:4:30]

59

12. Weaning [CW 3:4:31]

64

13. Knowing and Learning [CW 3:5:14]

69

14. Instincts and Normal Difficulties [CW 3:5:15]

74

Part II. Family Affairs

1. What About Father? [CW 2:6:8]

81

2. Their Standards and Yours [CW 2:6:9]

87

3. Young Children and Other People [CW 3:4:32]

92

4. What Do We Mean by a Normal Child? [CW 3:4:32]

100

5. The Only Child [CW 2:7:1]

107

6. Twins [CW 2:7:5]

112

7. Stealing and Telling Lies [CW 3:4:33]

117

8. Visiting Children in Hospital [CW 3:6:5]

121

9. On Adoption [CW 5:1:2]

127

10. First Experiments in Independence [CW 5:1:20]

131

11. Support for Normal Parents [CW 2:6:11]

137

Postscript: The Mother’s Contribution to Society [CW 5:3:30]

141

Index

147

(p. 126) The Child and the Outside World: Studies in Developing Relationships

First published London: Tavistock, 1957

Editor’s Note

vii

Acknowledgements

viii

Part I. The Care of Growing Children

1. Needs of the Under-Fives in a Changing Society [CW 4:3:18]

3

2. The Child’s Needs and the Role of the Mother in the Early Stages [‘Mother, Teacher, and the Child’s Needs’ CW 4:2:20]

14

3. On Influencing and Being Influenced [CW 2:3:3]

24

4. Educational Diagnosis [CW 3:1:2]

29

5. Shyness and Nervous Disorders in Children [CW 1:4:17]

35

6. Sex Education in Schools [CW 3:4:35]

40

7. Pitfalls in Adoption [CW 4:3:30]

45

8. Two Adopted Children [CW 4:2:19]

52

Part II. Children Under Stress (Including Wartime Broadcasts)

9. Children in the War [CW 2:2:4]

69

10. The Deprived Mother [CW 2:1:4]

75

11. The Evacuated Child [CW 2:7:2]

83

12. The Return of the Evacuated Child [CW 2:7:3]

88

13. Home Again [CW 2:7:7]

93

14. Residential Management as Treatment for Difficult Children [CW 3:2:3]

98

15. Children’s Hostels in War and Peace [CW 3:1:1]

117

Part III. Reflections on Impulse in Children

16. Towards an Objective Study of Human Nature [CW 2:7:11]

125

17. Further Thoughts on Babies as Persons [CW 3:2:4]

134

18. Breast Feeding [CW 2:7:12]

141

19. Why Children Play [CW 2:4:4]

149

20. The Child and Sex [CW 3:2:5]

153

21. Aggression [CW 2:1:8]

167

22. The Impulse to Steal [CW 3:4:34]

176

23. Some Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency [CW 3:1:7]

181

Index

188

(p. 127) Collected Papers: Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis

First published London: Hogarth and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1958.
Second edition, with an Introduction by M. M. R. Khan, published London: Hogarth, 1975; reprinted 1977, 1978, 1982 and 1987 by Hogarth.
Reprinted (with permission of Hogarth) London: Karnac, 1984. Reprinted 2003, 2004, 2007.

Preface [CW 5:3:32]

ix

Acknowledgements [CW 5:3:32]

x

Introduction by M. Masud R. Khan (2nd ed.)

xi

Part 1

1. A Note on Normality and Anxiety [CW 1:3:12]

3

2. Fidgetiness [CW 1:3:11]

22

Part 2

3. Appetite and Emotional Disorder [CW 1:4:11]

33

4. The Observation of Infants in a Set Situation [CW 2:3:6]

52

5. Child Department Consultations [CW 2:4:2]

70

6. Ocular Psychoneuroses of Childhood [CW 2:6:15]

85

7. Reparation in Respect of Mother’s Organized Defence Against Depression [CW 3:3:1]

91

8. Anxiety Associated with Insecurity [CW 4:1:11]

97

9. Symptom Tolerance in Paediatrics: A Case History [CW 4:2:4]

101

10. A Case Managed at Home [CW 5:1:18]

118

Part 3

11. The Manic Defence [CW 1:4:6]

129

12. Primitive Emotional Development [CW 2:7:8]

145

13. Paediatrics and Psychiatry [CW 3:3:2]

157

14. Birth Memories, Birth Trauma, and Anxiety [CW 3:4:8]

174

15. Hate in the Countertransference [CW 3:2:1]

194

16. Aggression in Relation to Emotional Development [CW 3:5:2]

204

17. Psychoses and Child Care [CW 4:1:5]

219

18. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena [CW 5:4:24]

229

19. Mind and Its Relation to the Psyche-Soma [CW 3:4:20]

243

20. Withdrawal and Regression [CW 4:3:29]

255

21. The Depressive Position in Normal Emotional Development [CW 4:3:5]

262

22. Metapsychological and Clinical Aspects of Regression Within the Psycho-Analytical Set-Up [CW 4:3:6]

278

23. Clinical Varieties of Transference [CW 5:1:11]

295

24. Primary Maternal Preoccupation [CW 5:2:16]

300 (p. 128)

25. The Antisocial Tendency [CW 5:2:8]

306

26. Paediatrics and Childhood Neurosis [CW 5:2:11]

316

Bibliography [CW 12:1:4a]

322

Index

326

The Child, the Family and the Outside World

First published London: Pelican, 1964
Reprinted London: Penguin, 1991
A large part of the material in this book was originally published in two volumes: The Child and the Family and The Child and the Outside World (both Tavistock, 1957).
Reprinted with an Introduction by Marshall H. Klaus, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987.
Page numbers here are given for the Penguin editions.

Introduction [CW 7:1:17]

9

Part I. Mother and Child

1. A Man Looks at Motherhood [CW 3:4:23]

15

2. Getting to Know Your Baby [CW 2:5:8]

19

3. The Baby as a Going Concern [CW 3:4:24]

25

4. Infant Feeding [CW 2:6:13]

30

5. Where the Food Goes [CW 3:4:25]

35

6. The End of the Digestive Process [CW 3:4:26]

40

7. Close-up of Mother Feeding Baby [CW 3:4:28]

45

8. Breast Feeding [CW 2:7:12]

50

9. Why Do Babies Cry? [CW 2:6:2]

58

10. The World in Small Doses [CW 3:4:29]

69

11. The Baby as a Person [CW 3:4:27]

75

12. Weaning [CW 3:4:31]

80

13. Further Thoughts on Babies as Persons [CW 3:2:4]

85

14. The Innate Morality of the Baby [CW 3:4:30]

93

15. Instincts and Normal Difficulties [CW 3:5:15]

98

16. Young Children and Other People [CW 3:4:32]

103

Part II. The Family

17. What About Father? [CW 2:6:8]

113

18. Their Standards and Yours [CW 2:6:9]

119

19. What Do We Mean by a Normal Child? [CW 3:4:32]

124 (p. 129)

20. The Only Child [CW 2:7:1]

131

21. Twins [CW 2:7:5]

137

22. Why Children Play [CW 2:4:4]

143

23. The Child and Sex [CW 3:2:5]

147

24. Stealing and Telling Lies [CW 3:4:33]

161

25. First Experiments in Independence [CW 5:1:20]

167

26. Support for Normal Parents [CW 2:6:11]

173

Part III. The Outside World

27. Needs of the Under-Fives [CW 4:3:18]

179

28. Mother, Teacher and the Child’s Needs [CW 4:2:20]

189

29. On Influencing and Being Influenced [CW 2:3:3]

199

30. Educational Diagnosis [CW 3:1:2]

205

31. Shyness and Nervous Disorders in Children [CW 1:4:17]

211

32. Sex Education in Schools [CW 3:4:35]

216

33. Visiting Children in Hospital [CW 3:6:5]

221

34. Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency [CW 3:1:7]

227

35. Roots of Aggression [CW 7:1:18]

232

The Family and Individual Development

First published London: Tavistock, 1965. Reprinted six times.
Issued as a Tavistock Social Science Paperback in 1968.
Reprinted by Routledge in 1989, 1993, 1999. Reprinted by Brunner-Routledge, 2001. Reprinted, with an Introduction by Martha Nussbaum, by Routledge Classics, 2006.
Page numbers here are given for the Tavistock editions.

To Clare

Preface [CW 7:2:25]

vii

Acknowledgements [CW 7:2:25]

vii

Part 1

1. The First Year of Life: Modern Views on the Emotional Development [CW 5:4:6]

3

2. The Relationship of a Mother to Her Baby at the Beginning [CW 6:1:8]

15

3. Growth and Development in Immaturity [CW 3:5:16]

21

4. On Security [CW 6:1:9]

30

5. The Five-Year-Old [CW 6:3:6]

34

6. Integrative and Disruptive Factors in Family Life [CW 5:3:26]

40 (p. 130)

7. The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in One or Both Parents [CW 5:4:17]

50

8. The Effect of Psychosis on Family Life [CW 6:1:6]

61

9. The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child [CW 5:5:21]

69

10. Adolescence: Struggling Through the Doldrums [CW 6:2:4]

79

11. The Family and Emotional Maturity [CW 6:1:17]

88

Part 2

12. Theoretical Statement of the Field of Child Psychiatry [CW 5:4:25]

97

13. The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery [CW 5:3:15]

106

14. Advising Parents [CW 5:3:27]

114

15. Casework with Mentally Ill Children [CW 5:5:15]

121

16. The Deprived Child and How He Can Be Compensated for Loss of Family Life [CW 3:5:10]

132

17. Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect [CW 5:1:9]

146

18. Some Thoughts on the Meaning of the Word Democracy [CW 3:5:17]

155

Index

171

The Maturational Process and the Facilitating Environment

First published London: Hogarth, and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1965.
Reprinted London: Karnac, 1990 (with permission from Hogarth). Reprinted 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007.

Editorial Note

7

Introduction [CW 7:2:24]

9

Part I: Papers on Development

1. Psycho-Analysis and the Sense of Guilt (1958) [CW 5:2:7]

15

2. The Capacity to Be Alone (1958) [CW 5:3:20]

29

3. The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship (1960) [CW 6:1:21]

37

4. Ego Integration in Child Development (1962) [CW 6:3:19]

56

5. Providing for the Child in Health and Crisis (1962) [CW 6:3:10]

64

6. The Development of the Capacity for Concern (1963) [CW 6:3:11]

73 (p. 131)

7. From Dependence Towards Independence in the Development of the Individual (1963) [CW 6:4:11]

83

8. Morals and Education (1963) [CW 6:3:18]

93

Part II: Theory and Technique

9. On the Contribution of Direct Child Observation to Psycho-Analysis (1957) [CW 5:3:21]

109

10. Child Analysis in the Latency Period (1958) [CW 5:4:13]

115

11. Classification: Is There a Psycho-Analytic Contribution to Psychiatric Classification? (1959–64) [CW 5:5:5]

124

12. Ego Distortion in Terms of True and False Self (1960) [CW 6:1:22]

140

13. String: A Technique of Communication (1960) [CW 6:1:20]

153

14. Countertransference (1960) [CW 5:5:20]

158

15. The Aims of Psycho-Analytical Treatment (1962) [CW 6:3:2]

166

16. A Personal View of the Kleinian Contribution (1962) [CW 6:3:8]

171

17. Communicating and Not Communicating Leading to a Study of Certain Opposites (1963) [CW 6:4:8]

179

18. Training for Child Psychiatry (1963) [CW 6:3:5]

193

19. Psychotherapy of Character Disorders (1963) [CW 6:4:9]

203

20. The Mentally Ill in Your Caseload (1963) [CW 6:4:5]

217

21. Psychiatric Disorder in Terms of Infantile Maturational Processes (1963) [CW 6:4:12]

230

22. Hospital Care Supplementing Intensive Psychotherapy in Adolescence (1963) [CW 6:4:13]

242

23. Dependence in Infant-Care, in Child-Care and in the Psycho-Analytic Setting (1963) [CW 6:3:9]

249

Bibliography I: Books and Papers Referred to in the Text [CW 12:1:4c]

261

Bibliography II: Editor’s List of Author’s Publications (1926–1964)

264

Index

277

Playing and Reality

First published London: Tavistock, 1971.
Published by Pelican, 1974. Reprinted by Penguin Education, 1980.
Published by Routledge, 1991; reprinted 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999. Reprinted by Brunner-Routledge, 2002.
Published, with a Preface by F. R. Rodman, by Routledge Classics, Oxford, and Routledge, New York, 2005; reprinted 2006 (twice), 2007, 2008 (twice), 2009 (twice), 2010.
Page numbers here are given for the Tavistock editions.

(p. 132) To my patients

who have paid to teach me

Acknowledgements [CW 9:3:4]

ix

Introduction [CW 9:3:4]

xi

1. Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena [CW 9:3:5]

1

2. Dreaming, Fantasying and Living: A Case-History Describing a Primary Dissociation [CW 9:3:6]

26

3. Playing: A Theoretical Statement [CW 8:2:15]

38

4. Playing: Creative Activity and the Search for the Self [CW 8:1:27]

53

5. Creativity and Its Origins [CW 9:3:7]

65

6. The Use of an Object and Relating Through Identifications [CW 8:2:28]

86

7. The Location of Cultural Experience [CW 7:3:31]

95

8. The Place Where We Live [CW 8:2:1]

104

9. Mirror-role of Mother and Family in Child Development [CW 8:1:38]

111

10. Interrelating Apart from Instinctual Drive and in Terms of Cross-Identifications [CW 9:3:8]

119

11. Contemporary Concepts of Adolescent Development and Their Implications for Higher Education [CW 9:3:9]

138

Tailpiece [CW 9:3:10]

151

References [CW 12:1:4d]

153

Index

157

Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry

Published by The International Psychoanalytical Library (M. Masud R. Khan, Ed.), No. 87. Published London: Hogarth and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1971. Reprinted by Karnac, London (with the permission of Hogarth), 1996.
Published in the United States by Basic Books, 1990.

Part 1

Introduction [CW 10:1:Introduction]

1

1. ‘Iiro’ aet 9 Years 9 Months [CW 10:1:1]

12

2. ‘Robin’ aet 5 Years [CW 10:1:2]

28

3. ‘Eliza’ aet 7½ Years [CW 10:1:3]

42

4. ‘Bob’ aet 6 Years [CW 10:1:4]

64 (p. 133)

5. ‘Robert’ aet 9 Years [CW 10:1:5]

89

6. ‘Rosemary’ aet 10 Years [CW 10:1:6]

105

7. ‘Alfred’ aet 10 Years [CW 10:1:7]

110

Part 2

Introduction [CW 10:2:Introduction]

127

8. ‘Charles’ aet 9 Years [CW 10:2:8]

129

9. ‘Ashton’ aet 12 Years [CW 10:2:9]

147

10. ‘Albert’ aet 7 Years 9 Months [CW 10:2:10]

161

11. ‘Hesta’ aet 16 Years [CW 10:2:11]

176

12. ‘Milton’ aet 8 Years [CW 10:2:12]

194

Part 3

Introduction [CW 10:3:Introduction]

216

13. ‘Ada’ aet 8 Years [CW 10:3:13]

220

14. ‘Cecil’ aet 21 Months at First Consultation [CW 10:3:14]

240

15. ‘Mark’ aet 12 Years [CW 10:3:15]

270

16. ‘Peter’ aet 13 Years [CW 10:3:16]

296

17. ‘Ruth’ aet 8 Years [CW 10:3:17]

315

18. ‘Mrs X’ aet 30 Years [CW 10:3:18]

332

19. ‘Lily’ aet 5 Years [CW 10:3:19]

342

20. ‘Jason’ aet 8 Years 9 Months [CW 10:3:20]

344

21. ‘George’ aet 13 Years [CW 10:3:21]

380

Bibliographical Note by Masud R. Khan

397

Index

399

The Piggle: An Account of the Psycho-Analytic Treatment of a Little Girl

First published London: Hogarth, 1977.
Published by Penguin, Harmondsworth, UK, 1980. Reprinted by Pelican, 1989. Reprinted by Penguin, 1991.
Appearing here as [CW 11:2]

Preface – Clare Winnicott and R. D. Shepherd

vii

Editor’s Foreword – Ishak Ramzy

xi

Introduction

1

The Patient [CW 11:2:1]

5

First Consultation [CW 11:2:2]

9

Second Consultation [CW 11:2:3]

25

(p. 134) Third Consultation [CW 11:2:4]

39

Fourth Consultation [CW 11:2:5]

55

Fifth Consultation [CW 11:2:6]

67

Sixth Consultation [CW 11:2:7]

77

Seventh Consultation [CW 11:2:8]

89

Eighth Consultation [CW 11:2:9]

99

Ninth Consultation [CW 11:2:10]

111

Tenth Consultation [CW 11:2:11]

123

Eleventh Consultation [CW 11:2:12]

135

Twelfth Consultation [CW 11:2:13]

149

Thirteenth Consultation [CW 11:2:14]

165

Fourteenth Consultation [CW 11:2:15]

179

Fifteenth Consultation [CW 11:2:16]

185

Sixteenth Consultation [CW 11:2:17]

195

Afterword – By the Parents of the Piggle

199

Deprivation and Delinquency

London: Tavistock, 1984.
Published by Routledge, 1990. Republished, with a Foreword by Jan Abram, by Routledge Classics, Oxford, and Routledge, New York, 2012.
Page numbers here are for the Tavistock editions.

Acknowledgements

vii

Editors’ Preface

viii

Introduction by Clare Winnicott

l

Part I. Children Under Stress: Wartime Experience

Editors’ Introduction

9

1. Evacuation of Small Children (1939/1940)

Letter to the British Medical Journal (1939) [CW 2:1:6]

13

Children and Their Mothers (1940) [CW 2:2:2]

14

2. Review of The Cambridge Evacuation Survey (1941) [CW 2:3:5]

22

3. Children in the War (1940) [CW 2:2:4]

25

4. The Deprived Mother (1939) [CW 2:1:4]

31

5. The Evacuated Child (1945) [CW 2:7:2]

39

6. The Return of the Evacuated Child (1945) [CW 2:7:3]

44

7. Home Again (1945) [CW 2:7:7]

49

8. Residential Management as Treatment for Difficult Children (1947) [CW 3:2:3]

54

9. Children’s Hostels in War and Peace (1948) [CW 3:1:1]

73

(p. 135) Part II. The Nature and Origins of the Antisocial Tendency

Editors’ Introduction

81

10. Aggression and Its Roots (1939–64)

Aggression (ca. 1939) [CW 2:1:8]

84

Roots of Aggression (1964) [CW 7:1:18]

92

11. The Development of the Capacity for Concern (1963) [CW 6:3:11]

100

12. The Absence of a Sense of Guilt (1966) [CW 7:3:32]

106

13. Some Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency (1946) [CW 3:1:7]

113

14. The Antisocial Tendency (1956) [CW 5:2:8]

120

15. The Psychology of Separation (1958) [CW 5:4:7]

132

16. Aggression, Guilt and Reparation (1960) [CW 6:1:10]

136

17. Struggling Through the Doldrums (1963) [CW 6:4:7]

145

18. Youth Will Not Sleep (1964) [CW 7:1:7]

156

Part III. The Social Provision

Editors’ Introduction

161

19. Correspondence with a Magistrate (1944) [‘Letter to Roger North’ CW 2:6:1]

163

20. The Foundation of Mental Health (1951) [CW 3:6:4]

168

21. The Deprived Child and How He Can Be Compensated for Loss of Family Life (1950) [CW 3:5:10]

172

22. Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect (1955) [CW 5:1:9]

189

23. The Persecution That Wasn’t (1967) [‘Review: A Home from Home’ CW 8:1:10]

200

24. Comments on the Report of the Committee on Punishment in Prisons and Borstals (1961) [CW 6:2:22]

202

25. Do Progressive Schools Give Too Much Freedom to the Child? (1965)

Contribution to Conference at Dartington Hall   [CW 7:2:5]

209

Notes Made in the Train [CW 7:2:6]

214

26. Residential Care as Therapy (1970) [CW 9:2:9]

220

Part IV. Individual Therapy

Editors’ Introduction

231

27. Varieties of Psychotherapy (1961) [CW 6:2:5]

232

28. The Psychotherapy of Character Disorders (1963) [CW 6:4:9]

241 (p. 136)

29. Dissociation Revealed in a Therapeutic Consultation (1965) [CW 7:2:21]

256

Sources of the Papers in this Volume

283

Name Index

285

Subject Index

286

Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis

First published London: Hogarth and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1986.
Reprinted with permission by Karnac, London, 1989.

Introduction by M. Masud R. Khan

1

Fragment of an Analysis [CW 4:4:1]

19

Appendix: Withdrawal and Regression [CW 4:3:29]

187

References [CW 12:1:4b]

193

Index

195

Home Is Where We Start From: Essays by a Psychoanalyst

First published in the United Kingdom by Pelican Books, 1986.
First published in the United States by W. W. Norton & Company, 1986.
Reprinted by Penguin, 1990.

Preface

9

Acknowledgements

10

Psychoanalysis and Science: Friends or Relations? [CW 6:2:9]

13

Part 1. Health and Illness

The Concept of a Healthy Individual [CW 8:1:4]

21

Living Creatively [CW 9:2:11]

39

Sum, I Am [CW 8:2:10]

55

The Concept of the False Self [CW 7:1:1]

65

The Value of Depression [CW 6:4:10]

71

Aggression, Guilt and Reparation [CW 6:1:10]

80

Delinquency as a Sign of Hope [CW 8:1:8]

90

Varieties of Psychotherapy [CW 6:2:5]

101

Cure [CW 9:2:8]

112

Part 2. The Family (p. 137)

The Mother’s Contribution to Society [CW 5:3:30]

123

The Child in the Family Group [CW 7:3:17]

128

Children Learning [CW 8:2:16]

142

Adolescent Immaturity [CW 9:3:9]

150

Part 3. Reflections on Society

Thinking and the Unconscious [CW 2:7:4]

169

The Price of Disregarding Psychoanalytic Research [CW 7:2:4]

172

This Feminism [CW 7:1:14]

183

The Pill and the Moon [CW 9:1:23] & [CW 9:1:18]

195

Discussion of War Aims [CW 2:2:3]

210

Berlin Walls [CW 9:1:25]

221

Freedom [CW 9:1:16] & [CW 9:1:17]

228

Some Thoughts on the Meaning of the Word Democracy [CW 3:5:17]

239

The Place of the Monarchy [CW 9:2:6]

260

Index

269

Babies and Their Mothers

First published by Addison-Wesley, ‘A Merloyd Lawrence Book’, 1987.
Published, with a Foreword by Sir Peter Tizard, by Free Association Books in 1988. Reprinted, with an Introduction by Benjamin Spock, M.D., as Part 1 of Winnicott on the Child by Perseus, 2002.

Editors’ Preface

xiii

1. The Ordinary Devoted Mother [CW 7:3:3]

3

2. Knowing and Learning [CW 3:5:14]

15

3. Breast-feeding as Communication [CW 8:2:26]

23

4. The Newborn and His Mother [CW 7:1:4]

35

5. The Beginning of the Individual [CW 7:3:34]

51

6. Environmental Health in Infancy [CW 8:1:6]

59

7. The Contribution of Psychoanalysis to Midwifery [CW 5:3:15]

69

8. Dependence in Child Care [CW 9:2:15]

83

9. Communication Between Infant and Mother, and Mother and Infant, Compared and Contrasted [CW 8:2:2]

89

Original Source of Each Chapter

105

Bibliographical Note: The works of D. W. Winnicott

111

Index

113

(p. 138) The Spontaneous Gesture: Selected Letters

Cambridge, MA/London: Harvard University Press, 1987

Preface

ix

Acknowledgements

xi

Introduction

xiii

Letters 1-126

1

Winnicott’s Correspondents

199

Index

205

Human Nature

London: Free Association Books, 1988
Appearing here as [CW 11:1]

Preface

ix

Editorial Note

xi

Acknowledgements

xiii

introduction

1

Part I. The Human Child Examined: Soma, Psyche, Mind

Introduction

7

Chapter 1 The Psyche-soma and the Mind

11

Somatic Health

11

Psyche Health

12

Intellect and Health

12

Chapter 2 Ill-health

15

Somatic Ill-health

15

Psyche Ill-health

16

Chapter 3 Inter-relationship of Body Disease and Psychological Disorder

19

The Effect of the Body and Its Health on the Psyche

19

Heredity

19

Congenital Disorder

20

Deficiencies of Intake

21

Elimination Defects

22 (p. 139)

Accidents

22

A Category for the Not-Yet-Known

23

Allergy

23

The Effect of the Psyche on the Body and Its Functioning

24

Chapter 4 The Psycho-somatic Field

26

Part II. The Emotional Development of the Human Being

33

Introduction

33

Chapter 1 Interpersonal Relationships

36

First Part of the Statement

36

The Family

39

Instinct

39

Love Relationships

48

Chapter 2 The Concept of Health Using Instinct Theory

51

Imaginative Elaboration of Function

51

The Psyche

52

The Soul

52

Excited and Quiet States

53

The Oedipus Complex

54

Restatement

56

Infantile Sexuality

58

Reality and Fantasy

58

The Unconscious

60

Summary

62

Chart Showing Psychology of Small Boy in Terms of Instinct Theory

63

Defences Against Anxiety – Castration Threat

63

Breakdown of Defences

64

Part III. Establishment of Unit Status

65

Introduction: Emotional Development Characteristic of Infancy

67

Chapter 1 The Depressive Position

69

Concern, Guilt and Inner Personal Psychic Reality

69

The Depressive Position: Recapitulation

78

Repression Reconsidered

80

The Management of Bad Forces and Objects

81

Inner Richness and Complexity

82

Chapter 2 Development of the Theme of the Inner World

84

Introduction

84

Paranoid Way of Life

84 (p. 140)

Depression and the ‘Depressive Position’

85

The Manic Defence

86

Chapter 3 Various Types of Psycho-therapy Material

88

Chapter 4 Hypochondriacal Anxiety

94

Part IV From Instinct Theory to Ego Theory

97

Introduction: Primitive Emotional Development

99

Chapter 1 Establishment of Relationship with External Reality

100

Excited and Quiet Relationships

100

The Value of Illusion and Transitional States

106

Failure in Initial Contact

107

Primary Creativity

110

The Mother’s Importance

112

The Baby at Birth

113

The Philosophy of ‘Real’

114

Chapter 2 Integration

116

Chapter 3 Dwelling of Psyche in Body

122

Body Experience

122

Paranoia and Naiveté

124

Chapter 4 The Earliest States

126

Diagram of the Environment Individual Set-Up

126

Action of Gravity

130

Chapter 5 A Primary State of Being: Pre-primitive Stages

131

Chapter 6 Chaos

135

Chapter 7 The Intellectual Function

139

Chapter 8 Withdrawal and Regression

141

Chapter 9 The Birth Experience

143

Chapter 10 Environment

152

Chapter 11 Psycho-somatic Disorder Reconsidered

160

Asthma

160

Gastric Ulcer

162

Appendix

165

Synopsis I

165

Synopsis II

168

Bibliography

171

Index

173

(p. 141) Psycho-Analytic Explorations

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989

Preface

xi

D. W. W.: A Reflection by Clare Winnicott

1

Part 1: Psycho-Analysis: Theory and Practice

1. Early Disillusion 1939 [CW 2:1:5]

21

2. Knowing and Not Knowing: A Clinical Example Undated [CW 9:4:4]

24

3. A Point in Technique Undated [CW 9:4:5]

26

4. Play in the Analytic Situation 1954 [CW 4:3:28]

28

5. Fragments Concerning Varieties of Clinical Confusion 1956 [CW 5:2:4]

30

6. Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis 1957 [CW 5:3:29]

34

7. Hallucination and Dehallucination 1957 [CW 5:3:23]

39

8. Ideas and Definitions 1950s [CW 9:4:1]

43

9. Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy 1958 [CW 5:4:4]

45

10. Nothing at the Centre 1959 [CW 5:5:10]

49

11. The Fate of the Transitional Object 1959 [CW 5:5:22]

53

11. Notes on Play Undated [CW 9:4:8]

59

13. Psycho-Neurosis in Childhood 1961 [CW 6:2:17]

64

14. Further Remarks on the Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship 1961 [CW 6:3:14]

73

15. A Note on a Case Involving Envy 1963 [CW 6:4:3]

76

16. Perversions and Pregenital Fantasy 1963 [CW 6:4:18]

79

17. Two Notes on the Use of Silence 1963 [CW 6:4:19]

81

18. Fear of Breakdown 1963–64 [CW 6:4:21]

87

19. The Importance of the Setting in Meeting Regression in Psycho-Analysis 1964 [CW 7:1:9]

96

20. Psycho-Somatic Disorder

103

  1. I. Psycho-Somatic Illness in Its Positive and Negative Aspects 1964 [CW 7:1:6]

103

  1. II. Additional Note on Psycho-Somatic Disorder 1969 [CW 9:1:21]

115

21. The Psychology of Madness: A Contribution from Psycho-Analysis 1965 [CW 7:2:18]

119 (p. 142)

22. The Concept of Trauma in Relation to the Development of the Individual Within the Family 1965 [CW 7:2:7]

130

23. Notes on Withdrawal and Regression 1965 [CW 7:2:19]

149

24. New Light on Children’s Thinking 1965 [CW 7:2:1]

152

25. Comment on Obsessional Neurosis and ‘Frankie’ 1965 [CW 7:2:10]

158

26. A Note on the Mother-Foetus Relationship 1960s [CW 9:4:11]

161

27. Absence and Presence of a Sense of Guilt Illustrated in Two Patients 1966 [CW 7:3:32]

163

28. On the Split-off Male and Female Elements

168

  1. I. The Split-off Male and Female Elements to Be Found in Men and Women 1966 [CW 7:3:2]

169

  1. II. Clinical Material 1959–1963 [CW 5:5:26] & [CW 6:4:21]

183

  1. III. Answer to Comments 1968–1969 [CW 9:1:30]

189

29. The Concept of Clinical Regression Compared with that of Defence Organisation 1967 [CW 8:1:29]

193

30. Addendum to ‘The Location of Cultural Experience’ 1967 [CW 8:1:37]

200

31. Playing and Culture 1968 [CW 8:2:9]

203

32. Interpretation in Psycho-Analysis 1968 [CW 8:2:6]

207

33. Thinking and Symbol-Formation 1968 [CW 8:2:48]

213

34. On ‘The Use of an Object’

217

  1. I. The Use of an Object and Relating Through Identifications 1968 [CW 8:2:38]

218

  1. II. D. W. W.’s Dream Related to Reviewing Jung 1963 [CW 6:4:15]

228

  1. III. Notes Made on the Train 1965 [CW 7:2:6]

231

  1. IV. The Use of the Word ‘Use’ 1968 [CW 8:2:5]

233

  1. V. Clinical Illustration of ‘The Use of an Object’ 1968 [CW 8:2:29]

235

  1. VI. Comments on My Paper ‘The Use of an Object’ 1968 [CW 8:2:38]

238

  1. VII. The Use of an Object in the Context of Moses and Monotheism 1969 [CW 9:1:4]

240

35. Development of the Theme of the Mother’s Unconscious as Discovered in Psycho-Analytic Practice 1969 [CW 9:1:15]

247

36. The Mother-Infant Experience of Mutuality 1969 [CW 9:1:28]

251

37. On the Basis for Self in Body

261

  1. I. Basis for Self in Body 1970 [CW 9:2:12]

261

  1. II. Two Further Clinical Examples 1970 [CW 9:2:13]

272

38. Individuation 1970 [CW 9:2:10]

284

(p. 143) Part 2: Psycho-Analytic Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents

39. Private Practice 1955 [CW 5:1:7]

291

40. The Squiggle Game 1964–68 [CW 8:2:47]

299

41. The Value of the Therapeutic Consultation 1965 [CW 7:2:22]

318

42. Deductions Drawn from a Psychotherapeutic Interview with an Adolescent 1964 [CW 7:1:5]

325

43. A Child Psychiatry Case Illustrating Delayed Reaction to Loss 1965 [CW 7:2:23]

341

44. Physical and Emotional Disturbances in an Adolescent Girl 1968 [CW 8:2:3]

369

45. Mother’s Madness Appearing in the Clinical Material as an Ego-Alien Factor 1969 [CW 9:1:29]

375

Part 3: On the Work of Other Analysts

46. Susan Isaacs

  1. I. Obituary 1948 [CW 3:3:11]

385

  1. II. Foreword to Susan Isaacs, by D. E. M. Gardner [CW 8:2:22]

387

47. Marion Milner

Critical Notice of On Not Being Able to Paint 1951 [CW 3:6:15]

390

48. Ernest Jones

  1. I. Obituary 1958 [CW 5:4:21]

393

  1. II. Funeral Address 1958 [CW 5:4:3]

405

49. Dorothy Burlingham

Review of Twins: A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins 1953 [CW 4:2:6]

408

50. W. R. D. Fairbairn

Review of Psycho-Analytic Studies of the Personality 1953 [CW 4:2:18]

413

51. John Bowlby

  1. I. Review of Maternal Care and Mental Health 1953 [CW 4:2:10]

423

  1. II. Discussion of ‘Grief and Mourning in Infancy’ 1959 [CW 5:5:17]

426

52. Michael Balint

  1. I. Character Types: The Foolhardy and the Cautious 1954 [CW 4:3:26]

433

  1. II. Review of The Doctor, His Patient and the Illness 1958 [CW 5:4:23]

438

53. Melanie Klein: On Her Concept of Envy (p. 144)

  1. I. Review of Envy and Gratitude 1959 [CW 5:5:1]

443

  1. II. The Beginnings of a Formulation of an Appreciation and Criticism of Klein’s Envy Statement 1962 [CW 6:3:7]

447

  1. III. Roots of Aggression 1968 [CW 8:2:21]

458

  1. IV. Contribution to a Symposium on Envy and Jealousy 1969 [CW 9:1:8]

462

54. Joseph Sandler

Comments on ‘On the Concept of the Superego’ 1960 [CW 6:1:19]

465

55. Sigmund Freud

Review of Letters of Sigmund Freud, 1873–1939 1962 [CW 6:3:15]

474

56. Harold F. Searles

Review of The Non-Human Environmental in Normal Development and in Schizophrenia 1963 [CW 6:4:16]

478

57. C. J. Jung

Review of Memories, Dreams, Reflections 1964 [CW 7:1:16]

482

58. Erik H. Erikson

Review of Childhood and Society 1965 [CW 4:2:16]

493

59. Virginia Axline

A Commentary on Play Therapy 1960s [CW 9:1:32]

495

60. Willi Hoffer

A Tribute on the Occasion of Hoffer’s Seventieth Birthday 1967 [CW 8:1:11]

499

61. James Strachey

Obituary 1969 [CW 8:1:14]

506

62. Anna Freud

Review of Indications for Child Analysis and Other Papers 1969 [CW 9:1:20]

511

Part 4: On Other Forms of Treatment

63. Physical Therapy of Mental Disorder: Convulsion Therapy

515

  1. I. Treatment of Mental Disease by Induction of Fits 1943 [CW 2:5:6]

516

  1. II. Shock Treatment of Mental Disorder 1943 [CW 2:5:20]

522

  1. III. Shock Therapy 1944 [CW 2:6:4]

523

  1. IV. Introduction to a Symposium on the Psycho-Analytic Contribution to the Theory of Shock Therapy 1944 [CW 2:6:6]

525

  1. V. Kinds of Psychological Effect of Shock Therapy 1944 [CW 2:6:7]

529

  1. VI. Physical Therapy of Mental Disorder 1947 [CW 3:2:2]

534 (p. 145)

64. Physical Therapy of Mental Disorder: Leucotomy

542

  1. I. Prefrontal Leucotomy 1943 [CW 2:5:4]

542

  1. II. Leucotomy 1949 [CW 3:4:21]

543

  1. III. Notes on the General Implications of Leucotomy 1951 [CW 3:6:14]

548

  1. IV. Prefrontal Leucotomy 1956 [CW 5:2:2]

553

65. Occupational Therapy

Review of Adrian Hill’s Book Art Versus Illness 1949 [CW 3:4:22]

555

66. Behaviour Therapy 1969 [CW 9:1:13]

558

67. Physiotherapy and Human Relations 1969 [CW 9:1:14]

561

Postscript: D. W. W. on D. W. W. [CW 8:1:2]

569

Acknowledgements

585

Index

586

Talking to Parents

Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993. With an introduction by T. Berry Brazelton M.D.
Reprinted as Part 2 of Winnicott on the Child, Perseus, 2002.

Acknowledgement

v

On Reading Winnicott by T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.

ix

Editors’ Preface

xiii

1. Health Education Through Broadcasting [CW 5:3:31]

1

2. For Stepparents [CW 5:1:10]

7

3. What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers? [CW 5:2:1]

15

4. Saying ‘No’ [CW 6:1:1]

21

5. Jealousy [CW 6:1:4]

41

6. What Irks? [CW 6:1:7]

65

7. Security [CW 6:1:9]

87

8. Feeling Guilty [CW 6:2:6]

95

9. The Development of a Child’s Sense of Right and Wrong [CW 6:3:4]

105

10. Now They Are Five [CW 6:3:6]

111

11. The Building Up of Trust [CW 9:1:26]

121

(p. 146) Original Source of Each Chapter

135

Bibliographical Note: The Works of D. W. Winnicott

137

Index

139

About the Author

143

Thinking About Children

London: Karnac, 1996

Acknowledgements

xiii

Preface

xv

Introduction

xix

Part 1: Observation, Intuition and Empathy

1. Towards an Objective Study of Human Nature [CW 2:7:11]

3

2. ‘Yes, But How Do We Know It’s True?’ [CW 3:5:18]

13

Part 2: Early Infant Development

3. Primary Introduction to External Reality: The Early Stages [CW 3:3:12]

21

4. Environmental Needs; the Early Stages; Dependence and Essential Independence [CW 3:3:13]

29

Part 3: The Family

5. The Bearing of Emotional Development on Feeding Problems [Part of CW 8:1:6]

39

6. Sleep Refusal in Children [CW 8:2:19]

42

7. The Effect of Loss on the Young [CW 8:2:12]

46

8. Out of the Mouths of Adolescents [‘Review: Adolescents and Morality’ CW 7:3:20]

48

9. The Delinquent and Habitual Offender [CW 2:1:3]

51

10. A Clinical Approach to Family Problems: The Family [CW 5:5:27]

54

Part 4: Starting School

11. Mental Hygiene of the Pre-school Child [CW 1:4:9]

59

12. The Teacher, the Parent and the Doctor [CW 1:4:10]

77

Part 5: Case Studies and Observations (p. 147)

13. A Clinical Example of Symptomatology Following the Birth of a Sibling [CW 1:2:22]

97

14. Notes on a Little Boy [CW 1:4:16]

102

15. The Niffle [CW 9:4:10]

104

Part 6: Adoption

16. Two Adopted Children [CW 4:2:19]

113

17. Pitfalls in Adoption [CW 4:3:30]

128

18. Adopted Children in Adolescence [CW 5:1:12]

136

Part 7: Psychosomatic Problems

19. Contribution to a Discussion on Enuresis [CW 1:4:9]

151

20. Papular Urticaria and the Dynamics of Skin Sensation [CW 1:4:3]

157

21. Short Communication on Enuresis [CW 1:2:18]

170

22. Child Psychiatry: The Body as Affected by Psychological Factors [CW 1:2:23]

176

23. On Cardiac Neurosis in Children [CW 7:3:16]

179

Part 8: Autism and Schizophrenia

24. Three Reviews of Books on Autism [CW 1:4:15] [CW 7:3:18] & [CW 6:4:16]

191

25. Autism [CW 7:3:8]

197

26. The Aetiology of Infantile Schizophrenia in Terms of Adaptive Failure [CW 8:1:25]

218

Part 9: Professional Care of the Growing Child

27. Training for Child Psychiatry: The Paediatric Department of Psychology [CW 6:2:19]

227

28. Notes on the Time Factor in Treatment [CW 6:2:11]

231

29. The Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry Observed as a Group Phenomenon [CW 8:1:3]

235

30. A Link Between Paediatrics and Child Psychology: Clinical Observations [CW 8:2:14]

255

31. Child Psychiatry, Social Work and Alternative Care [CW 9:2:3]

277

Glossary of Medical Terms

283

Original Source of Each Chapter

287

Bibliography of Winnicott’s Works Compiled by Harry Karnac

291

List of Volumes

291

Alphabetical List

293

Chronological List

311

(p. 148) Index

329

Winnicott on the Child

Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002
With introductions to his works by T. Berry Brazelton, Stanley I. Greenspan and Benjamin Spock. Part 1 previously published as Babies and Their Mothers (C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd, & M. Davis, Eds.), Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987; Part 2 previously published as Talking to Parents (C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd, Eds.), Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993.

Part 1: Babies and Their Mothers

Introduction by Benjamin Spock, M.D.

3

Editors’ Preface

9

1. The Ordinary Devoted Mother [CW 7:3:3]

11

2. Knowing and Learning [CW 3:5:14]

19

3. Breast-feeding as Communication [CW 8:2:26]

24

4. The Newborn and His Mother [CW 7:1:4]

32

5. The Beginning of the Individual [CW 7:3:34]

43

6. Environmental Health in Infancy [CW 8:1:6]

49

7. The Contribution of Psycho-analysis to Midwifery [CW 5:3:15]

56

8. Dependence in Child Care [CW 9:2:15]

65

9. Communication Between Infant and Mother, and Mother and Infant, Compared and Contrasted [CW 8:2:2]

70

Part 2: Talking to Parents

On Reading Winnicott by T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.

85

Editors’ Preface

89

10. Health Education Through Broadcasting [CW 5:3:31]

95

11. For Stepparents [CW 5:1:10]

99

12. What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers? [CW 5:2:1]

104

13. Saying ‘No’ [CW 6:1:1]

108

14. Jealousy [CW 6:1:4]

122

15. What Irks? [CW 6:1:7]

139

16. Security [CW 6:1:9]

155

17. Feeling Guilty [CW 6:2:6]

160

18. The Development of a Child’s Sense of Right and Wrong [CW 6:3:4]

167

19. Now They Are Five [CW 6:3:6]

171 (p. 149)

20. The Building Up of Trust [CW 9:1:26]

178

Part 3: The Child in the Family

Introduction by Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D.

191

21. Advising Parents [CW 5:3:27]

193

22. The Mother’s Contribution to Society [CW 5:3:30]

202

23. The Family and Emotional Maturity [CW 6:1:17]

207

24. The Development of the Capacity for Concern [CW 6:3:11]

215

25. The Child in the Family Group [CW 7:3:17]

221

26. Children Learning [CW 8:2:16]

232

Original Source of Each Chapter

239

The Works of D. W. Winnicott

245

Index

247

Biographical Note

265 (p. 150)