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Author Williams, Gianna Polacco.
Title Internal landscapes and foreign bodies : eating disorders and other pathologies / Gianna Williams.
Imprint London : Karnac, 2002.

Author Williams, Gianna Polacco.
Series Tavistock Clinic series
Tavistock Clinic series.
Subject Eating disorders in children -- Psychological aspects.
Eating disorders in children -- Psychological aspects -- Case studies.
Description 1 online resource (158 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Series Editors' Preface -- Introduction -- 1. The Inner World of the Child -- 2. Thinking and Learning in Deprived Children -- 3. Double Deprivation -- 4. On Gang Dynamics -- 5. Self-Esteem and Object Esteem -- 6. On the Process of Internalisation -- 7. Poor Feeders -- 8. Reversal of the 'ContainerIContained' Relationship -- 9. The No-Entry System of Defences -- 10. On Introjective Processes -- 11. Foreign Bodies -- End Note.
Summary Klein's model of projective and introjective processes and Bion's model of the relationship between container and contained have become increasingly significant in clinical work. Here, the author elucidates the psychodynamics of these processes in the context of eating disorders in both sexes.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781849402422 (electronic bk.)
1849402426 (electronic bk.)
1855759721
9781855759725
OCLC # 728672792
Additional Format Print version: Williams, Gianna Polacco. Internal landscapes and foreign bodies. London : Karnac, 2002 1855759721 (OCoLC)54866071


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