Psychoanalysis and Education: Minding a Gap

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This title explores the current educational system from a psychodynamic perspective. The papers collected here cover a broad range of topics, from papers on the results of research with art students with a history of mental health problems, using the techniques of Donald Winnicott with adults; self-respect, self-confidence and self-esteem: psychoanalytic and philosophical implications for higher education; learning through ourselves: the supervision group as a training tool; to the research findings of a primary ...

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Overview

This title explores the current educational system from a psychodynamic perspective. The papers collected here cover a broad range of topics, from papers on the results of research with art students with a history of mental health problems, using the techniques of Donald Winnicott with adults; self-respect, self-confidence and self-esteem: psychoanalytic and philosophical implications for higher education; learning through ourselves: the supervision group as a training tool; to the research findings of a primary school teacher working with a little girl in her class. This book will be found to be a valuable and topical contribution to understanding the role psychoanalysis in education today.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781780490458
  • Publisher: Karnac Books
  • Publication date: 6/28/2012
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 1,495,779
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS
EDITORS’ NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

1) Introduction: minding a gap, Alan Bainbridge and Linden West
2) To think or not to think: a phenomenological and psychoanalytic perspective on experience, thinking and creativity, Lene Auestad
3) Anxiety, psychoanalysis, and reinvigorating education, Anastasios Gaitanidis
4) A psychoanalytically orientated clinical approach in education science, Claudine Blanchard-Laville and Philippe Chaussecourte
5) Zohar’s late arrival: a clinical analysis of teaching practice, Laure Castelnau and Claudine Blanchard-Laville
6) Margot’s red shoes: when psychic reality challenges teaching, Anne Bastin and Philippe Chaussecourte
7) White cliffs, white horses: on playing and auto/biography, Jacki Cartlidge
8) Teacher’s countertransference reconsidered, Alper Sahin
9) Prequels and sequels: a psychoanalytic understanding of developing a professional practice in an education setting, Alan Bainbridge
10) Border country: using psychodynamic ideas in teaching and research, Celia Hunt and Linden West
11) Training teachers: psychoanalytical issues in the teacher–student relationship, Anna Zurolo
12) Learning through the emotions: experience-based learning for psychologists, Adele Nunziante Cesàro, Anna Zurolo, Valentina Boursier, and Alessandra Delli Veneri
13) Continua: mentally ill artist students uninterrupted, Olivia Sagan
14) Transformative learning: a passage through the liminal zone, Larry Green
15) The dynamics of student identity: the threats from neo-liberal models and the benefits of a relational pedagogy, Tony Brown and Mark Murphy
16) Bridging gaps, Linden West and Alan Bainbridge

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