Why Britain's greatest psychoanalyst, Donald Winnicott, loved doodles

Why Britain's greatest psychoanalyst, Donald Winnicott, loved doodles

'Winnicott was reared in an environment of plain-speaking west-country Methodism. He was a people’s doctor who earned his spurs in the crowded children’s wards of east London’s wartime hospitals, allergic to dogma and fearless of being labelled a heretic. He believed that mothers did not need experts to tell them how to care for their own babies and, equally, that artists didn’t need to be justified or understood by psychoanalysts.'  

 

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19.05.2017