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Thomson, J. (2000). SPENSLEY, SHEILA. ‘Learning from Bion’, Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapists, July 1999, 37, pp. 7-20.. J. Anal. Psychol., 45(3):497-499.

(2000). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 45(3):497-499

SPENSLEY, SHEILA. ‘Learning from Bion’, Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapists, July 1999, 37, pp. 7-20.

Review by:
Jean Thomson

This paper appears in the 40th anniversary edition of the Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapists (BAP). In it the author, a BAP member, recalls going to the last seminars given by Wilfred Bion at the Tavistock Clinic, 32 years ago, when he was eighty-eight and after he had returned from living in California. At that time, the BAP was still in its youthful enthusiasm, having been born in 1960 as an association to train psychotherapists rather than psychoanalysts, and pioneering in links between Freudian and Jungian ideas.

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