By Margaret Cohen, Alberto Hahn
A tribute to Meltzer's amazing contribution to psychoanalysis. It offers a different set of views on his paintings and effect and the sheer range of fields during which his paintings is now getting used. contains contributions from Meltzer himself and several eminent psychoanalysts and psychotherapists.
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Freud had already taught us that sexuality is not missing from the nursery, and so we had to accept infantile sexuality. Then we learned from Melanie Klein that aggression is equally present there, and we had to tolerate the existence of criminal phantasies in normal children. Now we shall see how the tribal mentality, with its basic assumptions, also finds a place in the world of chil dren. , 1986), on the observation in Rome by Maura Gelati of a little boy going to day-nursery are so illumi nating, and Gelati's report on the observations so evocative and suggestive, that I think they would provide the best background for the ideas I wish to convey.
Thereafter, nearly all Meltzer's writings are characterized by the feature of interrelating theory and clinical experience. Scat tered through his writings are a number of explicit references concerning the importance that he attaches to this integration. This is the Meltzer whom Esther Bick recommended to the child psychotherapists as a supervisor and who later contributed group teaching events to our training. The early years of the Tavistock training for child psychotherapists Our training programme was initiated by John Bowlby.
The early years of the Tavistock training for child psychotherapists Our training programme was initiated by John Bowlby. He gave us a wonderful gift: the opportunity to obtain clinical experience of child analysis. Within the Health Services this was unique. Bowlby, together with other members of the multidisciplinary EXPERIENCES O F L E A R N I N G WITH D O N A L D MELTZER 15 Tavistock staff, trained us to become able to function as members of a multidisciplinary child guidance team, thus enabling us to become acceptable for employment in the public services.
Exploring the Work of Donald Meltzer: A Festschrift by Margaret Cohen, Alberto Hahn