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Emanuel, L. (1999). From Individual to Institution: How the Psychotherapy of a Mentally Handicapped Girl Has Informed My Consultation Work in a School. Psychoanal. Inq., 19(2):185-200.
   

(1999). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 19(2):185-200

From Individual to Institution: How the Psychotherapy of a Mentally Handicapped Girl Has Informed My Consultation Work in a School

Louise Emanuel, B.A

Introduction

IN SHAKESPEARE'S PLAY RICHARD III, his mother, the Duchess of York, complains resentfully:

Thou Cams't on earth to make the earth my hell

A grievous burden was thy birth to me.

Tetchy and wayward was thy infancy

Thy schooldays frightful, desp'rate, wild and furious …

(Richard III, iv, 167-70)

I begin with this quote because I will be describing work in a school where every effort is made by staff to ensure that life for their severely damaged students is not “frightful or desperate,” yet where, despite a thoughtful and sensitive approach, the experiences of both staff and pupils can often be described as “wild and furious.”

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