Am Anfang war Erziehung. by Alice Miller

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This little boy of five, suffering from a phobia of horses but generally a healthy, intelligent and normal child, was not treated by Freud but by the child's father, who was acquainted with the findings of psychoanalysis, under Freud's close supervision. The clinical result was highly satisfactory, but left Freud very doubtful that such a treatment could be accomplished by many parents or by an analyst directly. It was only the development of modified technique by the three women I have mentioned, the so-called "Play-Technique", that made the direct treatment of children by the rigorous application of the psycho-analytic method possible.

Those Chapters which have previously been published separately, namely Chapters 7, 9, 14, 15 and 20, have been left in their original form. , DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER 7 Identification and Socialisation in Adolescence! it will be said-and rightly-the analytic consulting room, in its heat of infantile intimacy, is not the place to study the social behaviour of adolescents. But it can, through clarification of the internal processes-of motivation and expectation, identification and alienation-throw a special and unparalleled light upon social processes to aid the sociologist, educator, psychiatrist, and all those persons of the adult community whose task it is to preserve the boundaries of the adolescent world and foster the growth and development of those still held within its vortex.

Through this time of change in emphasis from libido theory to structural theory, certain concepts became much stronger in their clinical reference, particularly fixation, regression and ambivalence. These three are very greatly emphasised in the "Wolf-man" case history-for instance the little boy's fixation to passive aims as a result of his sister's seduction of him (age three and a half), or his regression to anality in the formation of his obsessionaI illness that overcame the phobia and naughtiness (age four and a half), or the masculine and feminine ambivalence to his father which made of him the object hidden in the wolf-phobia.

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