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Casement, P. (2020). Using Winnicott or Finding Winnicott?. Brit. J. Psychother., 36(1):22-31.

(2020). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 36(1):22-31

Using Winnicott or Finding Winnicott?

Patrick Casement

The author suggests, in the title, a difference between using Winnicott's ideas, as in applying them, and finding Winnicott in clinical work. It is in finding examples that resonate to his ideas that we can see most directly what Winnicott had been writing about. And it is at those times of finding Winnicott that his ideas most vividly come alive.

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