By Biddy Youell
This quantity is a set of papers, every one of that's a model of a lecture formerly given as a part of the Tavistock path, “Emotional components in studying and instructing: counselling features in education.” The direction, that's for academics and others operating in academic settings, has been working for greater than thirty years. it all started as a collaboration among Martha Harris, then Head of the kid Psychotherapy education on the Tavistock health center and her husband, Roland Harris, an educationalist and author. This partnership among scientific considering and services in academic thought and perform keeps to the current day, with baby psychotherapists and educationists operating heavily jointly. the information underpinning the direction have been first elaborated by way of Isca Saltzberger Wittenberg, Gianna Henry and Elsie Osborne in 1983 within the Emotional adventure of studying and instructing, a booklet which continues to be a valued, middle textual content. This new quantity represents an try to revisit a few of the related issues and to set the utilized psychoanalytic pondering within the present academic context.
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This development is what Mrs Klein described as the “depressive position”, a state of mind in which there is recognition of the separateness of the other and the beginnings of altruistic concern. This is in contrast to what she called the paranoid-schizoid position, in which splitting and projection predominate. These terms are used to describe not a linear development, but two states of mind between which we oscillate throughout life. Put simply, in a paranoid-schizoid state of mind, anxiety is high and thinking is difﬁcult, whereas in the depressive position, anxiety is manageable and there is mental space for taking in new experiences, for learning.
Oedipal concerns and ideas about separation, loss, and sibling rivalry (real or imagined siblings) get acted out and rendered less frightening in the process. Children try out all kinds of identiﬁcations—playing the role of mother, father, baby, policeman, doctor, super-hero, and many more. Most children are very aware that they are playing and manage to regulate their emotional engagement with the drama. Only if the feelings become too intense or convincing do children need to extricate themselves and check back with the real world in the shape of parent, nursery worker, or teacher.
It is a stage that is characterized by relative emotional tranquillity. It is because of the calmness characteristic of this period that it is referred to as latency. Freud wrote about this period in Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality (1905d) as being when “sexuality normally advances no further”. It is a period of repression of instincts (not just sexual ones but aggressive ones too) and organization of defences, which gives the child a degree of stability. Interestingly, such is the power of repression in this period that many people ﬁnd it hard to recall the detail of these years in later life.
The learning relationship: psychoanalytic thinking in education by Biddy Youell