By Frances Tustin
This is often Frances Tustin's first ebook and the unique assertion of her perspectives on autistic states of brain and the genesis of types of formative years psychosis. In it, she tackles difficulties of analysis as those relate to healing intervention.
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The pain ofloss seemed to be experienced as bodily rather than mental pain. The 'Black Hole' This illusion seemed to have been the significant element which set in train his autistic withdrawal. This is what was left when the 'button' was 'gone'. This situation is not just the absence of 'nice' things, which intellectually we might expect it to be. It is a situation of nasty physical presences formed in terms of bodily substances (my words came into this category). It is associated with things that are not under his rigid control and so do unexpected things and bring shocks.
His body, fretted with tender spots, seemed to face an outside world which was pitted with black holes. Empathic identification seemed to put me in touch with AUTISM AND CHILDHOOD PSYCHOSIS wordless elemental dramas arising from sensations in his own body; the 'button' being the product ofsuch bodily sensations. The 'button' The 'button', the loss ofwhich provokes grief, seems to be an omnipotent illusion arising from a confusion between mother and baby in terms of nipple-like bodily parts and substances.
A bad family history on the paternal side' was reported. Father's only sister was a hospitalized schizophrenicand there AUTISM AND CHILDHOOD PSYCHOSIS were other eccentric and psychotic relatives. 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.
Autism & Childhood Psychosis by Frances Tustin