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The Who You Dream Yourself: Playing and Interpretation in Psychotherapy and Theatre
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At the time of beginning my own therapy, I was teaching drama and theatre studies and became fascinated by the analogies between theatre and therapy, especially by how these set-apart space/times affect the behaviour of meaning-making and the seeming immensity of the therapist's power.' '. as a trainee psychotherapist, discovering the writings of Winnicott, I realised that his theory of transitional phenomena and his vision of "playing" . provided a theoretical underpinning to the At the time of beginning my own therapy, I was teaching drama and theatre studies and became fascinated by the analogies between theatre and therapy, especially by how these set-apart space/times affect the behaviour of meaning-making and the seeming immensity of the therapist's power.' '. as a trainee psychotherapist, discovering the writings of Winnicott, I realised that his theory of transitional phenomena and his vision of "playing" . provided a theoretical underpinning to the bond between theatre and therapy, bringing together the three parts of this book." -From the IntroductionThe motif of time and space runs as a continual thread through "The Who You Dream Yourself." Val Richards examines the relationship between psychotherapy and the theatre, as underpinned by Winnicott's writings. She supplements her theories with Jung's ideas on self, the writings of Lacan and the prose, drama, and poetry of Yeats-an unusual blend between diverse and often opposing schools of thought. The book itself is divided into three parts. Part one focuses on the workings of language, space, and meaning-making in the settings of infancy, therapy, and theatre. Part two looks at the "struggle between masks," which are used as a metaphor for self and the representation of self. Richards considers how the phenomenon of theatrical "forced masks and free masks" serves as an analogy for the range of positions inadequately covered by the True and False Self dichotomy of Winnicott. Part Three looks at signs and times by showing that space and linear time are one and indivisible: disturbance in one means disturbance in the other. This point is illustrated with an in-depth examination of Yeats's Purgatory. Elsewhere in the book case studies are used to illustrate formulations. This book is highly recommended for analysts, therapists, and trainees, in particular child and Winnicottian therapists, and anyone with an interest in the role theatre plays in the wider Books, Psychology~~Psychotherapy~~General, The-Who-You-Dream-Yourself~~Val-Richards, , , , , , , , , , Karnac Books

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'At the time of beginning my own therapy, I was teaching drama and theatre studies and become fascinated by the analogies between theatre and therapy, especially by how these set-apart space-times affect the behaviour of meaning-making and the seeming immensity of the therapist's power.'...as a trainee psychotherapist, discovering the writings of Winnicott, I realised that his theory of transitional phenomena and his vision of "playing"...provided a theoretical underpinning to the bond between theatre and therapy, bringing together the three parts of this book.'- From the IntroductionThe motif of time and space runs as a continual thread through this book, which examines the relationship between psychotherapy and the theatre as underpinned by Winnicott's writings. Richards supplements her theories with Jung's ideas on self, the writings of Lacan and the prose, drama and poetry of Yeats - an unusual blend between diverse and often opposing schools of thought.The book itself is divided into three parts. Part One focuses on the workings of language, space and meaning-making in the settings of infancy, therapy and theatre. Part Two looks at the "struggle between masks", which is used as a metaphor for self and the representation of self. Richards considers how the phenomenon of theatrical "forced masks and free masks" serves as an analogy for the range of positions inadequately covered by the True and False Self dichotomy of Winnicitt. Part Three looks at signs and times by showing that space and linear time are one and indivisible: disturbance in one means disturbance in the other. The point is illustrated with an in-depth examination of Yeat's Purgatory. Elsewhere in the book, case studies are used to illustrate formulations.This book is highly recommended for analysts, therapists and trainees, in particular child and Winnicottian therapists, and anyone with an interest in the role of theatre plays in the wider world. Psychology & Psychiatry Psychology & Psychiatry eBook, Karnac Books

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Paperback, [PU: KARNAC BOOKS], 'At the time of beginning my own therapy, I was teaching drama and theatre studies and become fascinated by the analogies between theatre and therapy, especially by how these set-apart space-times affect the behaviour of meaning-making and the seeming immensity of the therapist's power.'...as a trainee psychotherapist, discovering the writings of Winnicott, I realised that his theory of transitional phenomena and his vision of "playing"...provided a theoretical underpinning to the bond between theatre and therapy, bringing together the three parts of this book.'- From the IntroductionThe motif of time and space runs as a continual thread through this book, which examines the relationship between psychotherapy and the theatre as underpinned by Winnicott's writings. Richards supplements her theories with Jung's ideas on self, the writings of Lacan and the prose, drama and poetry of Yeats - an unusual blend between diverse and often opposing schools of thought.The book itself is divided into three parts. Part One focuses on the workings of language, space and meaning-making in the settings of infancy, therapy and theatre. Part Two looks at the "struggle between masks", which is used as a metaphor for self and the representation of self. Richards considers how the phenomenon of theatrical "forced masks and free masks" serves as an analogy for the range of positions inadequately covered by the True and False Self dichotomy of Winnicitt. Part Three looks at signs and times by showing that space and linear time are one and indivisible: disturbance in one means disturbance in the other. The point is illustrated with an in-depth examination of Yeat's Purgatory. Elsewhere in the book, case studies are used to illustrate formulations.This book is highly recommended for analysts, therapists and trainees, in particular child and Winnicottian therapists, and anyone with an interest in the role of theatre plays in the wider world., Psychotherapy

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"At the time of beginning my own therapy, I was teaching drama and theatre studies and became fascinated by the analogies between theatre and therapy, especially by how these set-apart space/times affect the behaviour of meaning-making and the seeming immensity of the therapist's power.'

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781855753136
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1855753138
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Publishing year: 2005
Publisher: KARNAC BOOKS
120 Pages
Weight: 0,263 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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