By Susan Goldberg, Roy Muir, John Kerr
At a ancient convention in Toronto in October 1993, developmental researchers and clinicians got here jointly for the 1st time to discover the consequences of present wisdom of attachment. This quantity is the result in their labors. It bargains cutting edge techniques to the knowledge of such varied medical themes as baby abuse, borderline character illness, dissociation, adolescent suicide, therapy responsiveness, fake reminiscence, narrative competence, and the intergenerational transmission of trauma.
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Perhaps, too, the idea that an inner world could be separated from external reality was a necessary defense for a generation of displaced European intellectuals whose world had been shattered by the rise of fascism. Bettelheim (1960) and Levi (1958) have recorded how those with firm belief systems who were able to detach themselves from what was going on around them were the most likely to survive in the concentration camps. Whatever the reason, a certain detachment from external reality existed within psychoanalysis in the 1930s through the 1960s, especially in its Kleinian form-an issue with which Bowlby struggled over the ensuing decades.
JDHNBOWLBY 33 But, as Hamilton (1982) has argued, compared with the mutual, Einsteinian "holy curiosity" of Bowlby's model of mother and baby, Bion's mother is a more passive, gnomic bearer of the painful truth of forever being separated from prelinguistic, pure experience. Psychoanalysis itself was also adjusting to the postwar world of modernism and searching for a role and definition for itself. Both Winnicott and Bion-and, to a lesser extent, Bowlby-were, in their models of infant development, also reaching toward an understanding of their position as psychoanalysts.
Bowlby has been accused of neglecting the inner world and therefore of missing the heart of the psychoanalytic project. It is certainly true that he was wary of straying into a realm in which he felt ill at ease, both personally and as a researcher. He admitted: I am not strong on intuition ... perhaps my saving graces have been that I am a good listener and not too dogmatic about theory.... I often shudder to think how inept I have been as therapist. . Clearly the best therapy is done by a therapist who is naturally intuitive and also guided by the appropriate theory [Bowlby, 1991, p.
Attachment Theory: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives by Susan Goldberg, Roy Muir, John Kerr