By Paula Heimann

ISBN-10: 0203013751

ISBN-13: 9780203013755

ISBN-10: 0415041198

ISBN-13: 9780415041195

About young children and Children-no-longer is the lengthy awaited selection of Paula Heimann's released and unpublished papers.

From the broadcast paintings it comprises the seminal paper 'On Countertransference' (1950); 'Dynamics and Transference Interpretations' (1956); 'Some Notes on Sublimation' (1959); and 'Notes at the Anal degree' (1962). furthermore, newer works are released the following in English for the 1st time, describing the author's specific integration of conception and technique.

Paula Heimann's principles on an undifferentiated early section of boy or girl improvement and its implications for analytic method, with her precise wisdom of either Kleinian item kin and classical concept and procedure, make her paintings very appropriate either to present-day perform and the knowledge of the old improvement of a few valuable psychoanalytic ideas.

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It is rather a complicated outcome of phantasies concerning both libidinal and aggressive wishes for and against both parents, and defences against these, that is, the separation of the parents was the essential aim in it, as an expression of the patient’s necessity to keep her own love for them separate and unaffected by her hate for them in her inner world. 2 I believe that the analysis can count on the patient’s support where there exists a more or less definite channel for sublimatory activities, especially when these amount to real creativeness.

1) A ‘fool of a man’ had scratched her car. (2) She had made scathing remarks to a bad woman. (3) She hurt the woman by a reference to her age and by demanding that she should yield up driving to herself (the younger and more intelligent woman). (4) The woman had a red ‘beery’ face (was drunk). (5) My patient was very pleased with her scathing remark to the woman. (6) Something was wrong with her drawing, that is to say, a sublimatory activity was impaired. She did not know what was wrong with it and this was ‘the most awful thing’ in the situation.

Instead of suffering from the torments of a devilish father and mother, she struggled with the problems of ‘human interest’ and ‘aesthetic interest’ in painting. I will now refer to a recent session with the patient, though I shall not give a full account of the hour and of the analytic work done in it. To make the situation clear it is necessary for me to describe the setting of the transference which forms the context of the hour. Two recent events had characterized the tone of the transference: (1) I had surmised correctly from her associations an external factor belonging to a very important event in her past life and she felt that I had made a discovery.

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