By Bernardine Bishop, Adrian Dickinson, Angela Foster, Josephine Klein
It is a brave selection of papers. All individuals were ready to enter print approximately occasions during which distinction is an important aspect within the paintings and one round which they've got felt uneasy and unsure via discovering themselves in uncharted territory. via painstaking research in their adventure and that in their sufferers and consumers, every one contributor presents the reader with a few helpful insights and directions for destiny reference in addition to a few transparent and stimulating illustrations of potent considering in unusual and traumatic occasions. What makes this considering powerful is the verified skill of all participants to maintain their analytic functioning regardless of the situations. variations subject and particular concerns that alert us to distinction function a reminder that distinction is usually found in the consulting room.
Contributors comprise Bernardine Bishop, Prophecy Coles, Marie Conyers, Dorothy Daniell, Sue Gottlieb, Josephine Klein, Steven Mendoza, Richard Morgan-Jones, Elizabeth Reddish, and Jennifer Silverstone.
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124). In this space, akin to a transitional space, we have to trust that something is going on internally and interpersonally which will in time enable us to think through our confusion. Perhaps the boldest attempt at this sort of containment, which aimed at inclusive participation, was the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa which Haupt and Malcolm (2000) refer to as the provision of a transitional space. A truly post-modern phenomenon, it had an impossible and unbearable task, and when Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the charismatic overseer of both paternal and maternal containment, broke down in tears “there appeared to be a sense of relief among staff; a vicarious acknowledgement that LIVING AND WORKING WITH DIFFERENCE AND DIVERSITY 23 the stories were unbearable and the work of witnessing them, demanding in the extreme” (Haupt & Malcolm, 2000, p.
They seemed to be telling me that they needed to forget, not to remember. I felt grossly inadequate, and turned to any writers I could find who might be helpful: somehow what I was reading about psychoanalytic psychotherapy in work with traumatized patients didn’t seem to fit the situation in which I found myself. I put my dilemma of the need to talk about the bad times versus the need to forget to an experienced therapist, who is also Clinical Director of the Centre. She said, “Perhaps they can talk about life in their village before the trauma” (Alayarian, 2002).
It is based on my thoughts, feelings and observations in spending one hour a week with a young refugee couple. They came at first with their 5-month-old baby. During the time I have known them they have had a second baby; the elder child is now two and a half. For reasons of confidentiality I am not describing details of their identity and backgrounds. I am fortunate to have been able to work with a young woman interpreter from the same culture as the clients. It has been immensely rewarding sharing the experience with her, as will emerge later.