By Estela V. Welldon
Estela Welldon brings jointly a beneficiant choice derived from her many literary gemstones, during which she illustrates her groundbreaking—and occasionally explosive—studies of girl sexuality and perversions, perverse transference, malignant bonding, perverse motherhood, and the impression upon little ones of viewing household violence. in addition to those are vibrant descriptions of staff analytic psychotherapy with forensic sufferers and, uniquely, of the joint crew remedy of incest survivors and perpetrators. She additionally outlines the improvement of forensic psychotherapy as a brand new box of medical and educational exercise and her involvement during this. In a sequence of interviews with Brett Kahr she describes her specialist trip, from being educated via Horacio Etchegoyen in her local Argentina, through an eye-opening interval on the Menninger hospital, then finally to London and a unique profession on the Portman health facility.
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Extra resources for Playing with Dynamite: A Personal Approach to the Psychoanalytic Understanding of Perversions, Violence, and Criminality
Terrible. The social situation in America was absolutely appalling. And the fact that I was a young professional woman on my own astounded them. I was regularly asked, what, have you never ever been married? For me it was a matter of great pride, but for them it was a sign of inadequate behaviour. I was met with suspicion, and I felt not only misunderstood but offended by this sort of confrontation, which betrayed their culture of bias and prejudices. A similar situation arose when they learnt that 6 PLAYING WITH DYNAMITE I wasn’t a member of a particular church and I had received by mail an invitation to join a group of people who did not have any church afﬁliation.
AN INTERVIEW WITH ESTELA V. WELLDON, JULY 1996 11 Q: How long did you stay there altogether? Was it three years? A: No, two years. Q: Coming from a small town to an even smaller town must have been very stiﬂing in many ways; you must have had ideas of roaming to somewhere more exotic, more culturally stimulating, which would give you more opportunities to try out your new ideas. How did London ﬁrst present itself as a possibility? A: I was very tempted to come to London not only because of the psychoanalytic school but also because of the writings of Bion on group processes at the Tavistock Clinic.
I don’t remember how it did happen, but one day I was invited to a cocktail party where I met an American journalist living in Italy with whom I began to talk about my work in the American Midwest in a maximum secure unit, where the most serious criminals were brought in for diagnostic assessment. He said I should get to know one of his friends, Kenneth Tynan, who was then writing a controversial review of Truman Capote’s book In Cold Blood, a true account of two murderers in the Midwest. I was very new to London; I knew nothing about Truman Capote or who Kenneth Tynan was.