Isca Wittenberg

Isca Wittenberg is a Consultant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist for children and adults who has worked at the Tavistock Clinic for twenty-five years and was Vice-Chairman of the Tavistock for ten years. She was a Senior Tutor in the clinical training of child psychotherpists, has led Infant Observation Seminars in London for fifty years and trained analysts and psychologists in Viennna and Oslo in Infant Observation. She has lectured and run seminars in Austria, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, and Sweden and run workshops in Australia and South Africa. She has held temporary professorships at Turin and Klagenfurt University. She now works primarily in private practice, doing brief and long-term psychotherapy. She has been made a Lifetime Honorary Member of the Senior Staff of the Tavistock Clinic where she still does some teaching as well as facilitating eperiential groups. She has published many articles in professional journals, contributed chapters to a number of psychoanalytic books (including two on autism) and written two books: Psycho-Analytic Insight and Relationships: A Kleinian Approach (translated into nine languages) and The Emotional Experience of Learning and Teaching - the latter including contributions by Gianna Williams and Elsie Osborne, and which has been translated into eight languages.

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Explorations in Autism: A Psychoanalytical Study

Explorations in Autism: A Psychoanalytical Study

by Donald Meltzer, John Bremner

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'Explorations in Autism is a turning-point in both the understanding of and the clinical approach to autism. The clinical material gradually unveils the geography of the internal mother (which proved... (more)

Psycho-Analytic Insight and Relationships: A Kleinian Approach

Psycho-Analytic Insight and Relationships: A Kleinian Approach

by Isca Salzberger-Wittenberg, Isca Wittenberg

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Using theoretical exposition and case material, the author demonstrates how Klein's main concepts and theories illuminate the practice of social casework. (more)

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