Who is this course for?
Professionals working in Health, Education or Social Services, as well as students from a variety of disciplines such as philosophy, medicine, psychology, literature, wanting to expand their knowledge on Winnicott's ideas and its applications. Also serves as a natural progression for those who completed our Introductory Lectures course.
This course will introduce and consider in some detail Donald Winnicott’s central concepts, located amongst those who were pioneering and creating psychoanalytic thinking during the mid-years of the 20th century.
Here you can watch Ms. Angela Joyce introducing the course
1. Primary Maternal Preoccupation and Holding
2. Illusion, Transitional Space and Play
3. True and False Self
4. Aggression and the Capacity for Concern
5. The Use of an Object
6. Infantile Sexuality
7. Psychopathology and the Antisocial Tendency
8. Creativity and Culture
This course consists of recorded lectures, a transcript of the lectures, study questions, suggested reading and a glossary of terms. The study questions will help you to check your understanding and will not be assessed.
Students will have access to all of these materials at any time for the duration of the course
These features of the course allow students the freedom to follow the course at their own pace.
You do not need any specific experience or qualifications to take the course. You must have a reasonably good internet connection to view our video content (around 400kbps - 2Mbps download speed, 400kbps+ upload speed).
To take part in discussion groups you need a computer, laptop, tablet or phone as well as a microphone (this is built in for many devices.) A webcam is also recommended.
Without discussion groups: £160
**Please note that all course content can be accessed at anytime for the duration of the course.**
|Without discussion groups||£ 160.00|
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