The Milan Seminar (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
166
Utgivningsdatum
2013-10-31
Förlag
Karnac Books
Medarbetare
Bacciagaluppi, Marco (red.)
Illustrationer
illustrations
Dimensioner
222 x 146 x 6 mm
Vikt
294 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781780491677
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The Milan Seminar

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This edited book contains a hitherto unpublished seminar held by the author in Milan, Italy in 1985. The seminar is preceded by a foreword by Kate White, of the Bowlby Centre, and by an introduction by the editor, Marco Bacciagaluppi. The introduction contains excerpts from unpublished correspondence between the author and the editor, carried out over a span of eight years, between 1982 and 1990. After the seminar there are the follow-ups of the three cases presented by Leopolda Pelizzaro, Ferruccio Osimo and Emilia Fumagalli, and a report by Germana Agnetti and Angelo Barbato, who gave hospitality to the author and his wife. This is followed by a contribution by Ferruccio Osimo on experiential dynamic psychotherapy, an application of attachment theory, with a long case study. At the end there are some concluding remarks by the editor.
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'Marco Bacciagaluppi brings the work and the person of John Bowlby to life through previously unpublished correspondence with him, through Bowlby's replies to questions posed during a 1985 conference in Milan, through a terrific review of the history of relational psychoanalysis in Italy, and through several in-depth clinical vignettes. The Milan Seminar adds to and extends Bacciagaluppi's impressive study of relational psychoanalysis.'- Gerald P. Perman, MD, Secretary of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry and Editor of the Academy Forum'Given the vast literature we now possess on violence and neglect within the family, and its associated impact on mental health across the lifespan, it is difficult to imagine that just 30 years ago the importance of the real life experience of children was still debated. This superb volume provides a remarkably intimate view of John Bowlby's crucial role in this debate, through the 1980s, as revealed in letters exchanged with psychiatrist and author Marco Bacciagaluppi.'- Mark Erickson, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Washington School of Medicine'Through this very valuable book Marco Bacciagaluppi not only shows his pioneering role in the Italian reception of John Bowlbys work, but he also offers us a correspondence whose nature and interest remind me of the correspondences developed by Freud with analysts such as Jung, Abraham and Ferenczi. If such exchanges of letters still represent one of the best introductions to psychoanalysis, the same is true for Bacciagaluppis correspondence with Bowlby. Its publication in this book, together with the workshop given by Bowlby in Milan in 1985 and the follow-ups written by some of its participants, also represent a noteworthy contribution to the reconstruction of a very important phase of Italian psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. In fact, it was through the reception of a whole series of foreign points of view during the 1960s (Benedetti and Arieti), the 1970s (Bions 1977 Italian Seminars), the 1980s (besides Bowlby, Meltzer and Bollas), and the 1990s (Mitchell) that Italian psychoanalysts and psychotherapists eventually produced that new synthesis that recently made Italy internationally prominent in our field.'- Marco Conci, Co-editor-in-chief, International Forum of Pschoanalysis

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