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By Frances Tustin

This can be Frances Tustin's first e-book and the unique assertion of her perspectives on autistic states of brain and the genesis of types of adolescence psychosis. In it, she tackles difficulties of analysis as those relate to healing intervention.

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However, even in this picture he shows insight about this in that he realizes that it makes him 'lost'. By the end of the session his arrogant controlling assertion that the ducklings 'led the mother by the beak' was considerably moderated. There are signs in this picture that he is coming to grips with his eatingdifficulties, but has not yet worked through this. Thus, althoughJohn has 'improved out of all recognition' (to quote the family doctor), if he is to make the Mlest use of his undoubted talents he would benefit from further help later on.

There was transient differentiation between fact and phantasy. He would sometimes say, 'It's a story' or, 'It's not really true'. He now told me in more detail the illusory terrors that had given rise to the crypticphrases in the screamingfits. ) He began to associate the misuse of objects with their being broken. Of the humming top he said, 'It's broken! ' At the end of sessions he sometimes hinted that he felt I left him because he had a part missing or because he was a 'stinky little goat'. Sometimes he would pretend to break off his 'stinkers' (his word for the hard faeces that cut his anus-the crocodile of earlier material), and pretend to drop them down the front of my dress.

Such attacks may come from her own unresolved infantile problems, or from outside events and people, or from her own infant, or, more usually, from a combination of these. In the case of her own unresolved infantile problems, as she emphatically experiencesher infant's states she becomes PSYCHOTIC DEPRESSION pre-occupied with her own; attention is gone, her mind wanders. I t seems that ifa mother, through no fault of her own, is absent in mind, the holding situation is broken just as much as by a traumatic bodily separation between mother and baby.

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