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O'Shaughnessy, E. Britton, R. (2015). The Originality of Melaine Klein: a conversation between Edna O Shaughnessy and Ron Britton. PEP Videostream, 1(5):14.

(2015). PEP Videostream, 1(5):14

The Originality of Melaine Klein: a conversation between Edna O Shaughnessy and Ron Britton

Panelist:
Edna O'Shaughnessy and Ron Britton

Drawing on Melanie Klein’s writings and clinical examples from their own practice, Edna O’Shaughnessy and Ron Britton talk about Klein’s original approach to psychoanalytic thinking. They discuss Klein’s beginnings in the world of psychoanalysis, the influence of Abrahams and Ferenczi on her thinking and her pioneering use of play as a way of gaining insight into the inner world of young children. Topics covered include Klein’s recognition of anxiety, guilt and reparation as central to analytic thinking, her development of concepts such as the depressive position and projective identification, and her emphasis on the ubiquity of unconscious phantasy in people’s daily lives.

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