“Consequently, her case reporting does demonstrate a considerable “evidence base” for her approach. The tradition of looking carefully at the small details (the microprocess) of the clinical material has remained a prominent dimension of Kleinian writing to the present day.”
Whose reality? Whose experience?
R. D. Hinshelwood
The Clinical Paradigms of
“Grosskurth (1986) reported that when Klein presented “A Study of Envy and Gratitude” for the first time at the Geneva Conference in 1955, Winnicott, “stunned, held his head in his hands, muttering, ‘Oh no, she can’t do this!’ ” (p. 414).”