By Frances Tustin
This can be Frances Tustin's first ebook and the unique assertion of her perspectives on autistic states of brain and the genesis of types of early life psychosis. In it, she tackles difficulties of analysis as those relate to healing intervention.
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This is experienced as a break in bodily continuity-as bodily damage-as a hole. It brings a sense ofhelplessness-a sense of 'flop'. This gives psychotic depression its characteristic quality. Rank (1949) quotes and agrees with Mahler that 'affectmotor phenomena appear to be expressions of rage' (p. &). She also agrees with Mahler that the psychotic child's 'tantrum-like reaction to interruption seems to be one of panic rather than rage, as if the child felt threatened by annihilation' (p. John's material suggeststhat panic and rage, expressed in bodily explosions, were responsible for the hole being a 'black' hole.
It was also reported that there had been 'tremendous strain' between the child's mother and an aunt who had been mainly responsible for the care of the father during infancy and childhood. John was a first baby. On the physical side, pregnancy and birth were normal, but the mother, who came from a remote village in Scotland, had been upset by what she felt to be the foreign procedures of an English maternity hospital. She also felt that the nurses prevented her and the baby from getting together in a good feeding relationship.
It's gone! ' He then addressed the ball controllingly and disparagingly AUTISTIC PROCESSES I N ACTION 'You stay in my hands'. ) He went on, 'This thing full of gas! bang! ) In the light of the above sequence, it seems legitimate to infer that the ball was felt to be analogous to boil, breast (or rather nipple), and myself as part of his body. Because they were felt to be part of his body, his pent-up rage as the hint of possible separateness impinged upon him was felt to make them turgid with poisonous substances like a boil or a volcano.
Autism & Childhood Psychosis by Frances Tustin