Download PDF by Brett Kahr: Forensic Psychotherapy and Psychopathology

By Brett Kahr

This remarkable ebook provides to the short becoming region of forensic psychotherapy and exhibits the relevance of Winnicott's paintings to treatment with probably the most disadvantaged in our society.

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There, his suf­ fering, torment, and humiliation became so great that eventu­ ally his mother decided to send him back to his aunt, but things were never to be as they had been before. He now had to suffer his aunt's denigration for his "maleness". I prefer not to go any further into this case here. What has been said will be sufficient to convey the horrors that the two women, in their role of mother, together inflicted on this poor boy from infancy to adolescence. But what about his first question to me?

Anxious or phobic reactions to the baby may arise when every cry or look is interpreted as the baby manifesting damage that she has caused. When paranoid relations prevail, the baby may be seen to be harping on her faults, competing for re­ sources, complaining about the insufficiency of her provisions, criticizing her loving capacities, or, in a self-fulfilling prophecy, provoking her liability to resort to savage retaliation. Furthermore, a baby opens doors to the past. The caregiver's contact with the baby, intimate in the most primitive sense, is largely mediated through bodily means.

Mothers of future transsexuals do not facilitate a process of separation and individu­ ation in their sons. O n the contrary, they treat the baby boy as their missing phallus and as the "happy completion of their formerly inadequate body" (Stoller, 1975a, p. 158). Joyce McDougall (1995) asserts that Winnicott's (1958b) con­ cept of the baby's "capacity to be alone" is easily endangered because of the mother's own anxieties, unconscious fears, and wishes. This makes the baby need to feel like constantly seeking his mother's presence, and according to McDougall, creates an addictive relationship to the mother's physical presence and her caretaking functions.

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