D, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, USA; author of On Replacing a Child , Survivors of Suicide, and numerous articles on childhood bereavement "Individuation for Replacement Children offers the inspiring message that the truth is different, that the center of the self is a precious and unique being who one should become and identify with.
We are most fortunate to have this penetrating exploration, the work of a lifetime, put forward in such a cogent and useful manner. This comprehensive and enlightening look at what it means to be a replacement child, treatments and prevention is a valuable contribution to bringing about awareness to this sometimes overlooked condition. This amazing book is a unique blend of science, spirit and soul.
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It is a must-read for therapists who treat replacement children. Mandel, author of the New York Times bestseller, Replacement Child "Deeply insightful and well researched, this book is a veritable gold mine of information that enables a thorough comprehension of the replacement child syndrome. Schellinski skillfully integrates an understanding born of personal experience, training as a psychoanalyst and powerful case histories to illustrate this widespread, but greatly under exposed topic.
Individuation for Adult Replacement Children: Ways of Coming into Being imports a deep exploration into the experience of the replacement child, its far-reaching effects and how this experience can be the root of numerous emotional issues. Everyone will benefit from this book. Many are not aware of the replacement child condition and without that understanding the diagnosis is missed, and a patient's profoundly felt pain misunderstood and labeled as some other psychological disorder.
The replacement child is the story of one person living life for two, for themselves and for the other, the one they are here to replace. Kristina Schellinski knows this topic inside and out, both from the perspective of being a replacement child herself and as a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist trained at the esteemed C. Jung Institute. This book represents 20 years of investigation and research to uncover the psychological and emotional aspects of the replacement child condition.
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Schellinski's work over many years in clinical practice with adult replacement children promises that there is a way toward self-discovery and transformation. To that end, she has written a heart-felt and deeply compassionate book for adult replacement children, parents, and therapists, it is every person's right to shine in their own light, to be in their own right. In this book, Schellinski allows all replacement children who are not yet visible in their own being to be granted great visibility in themselves. Verena Kast, President, Curatorium C. Jung Institut Zurich, Kusnacht "Kristina Schellinski's book is the work of a lifetime-finely written, beautifully evocative, and psychologically illuminating.
It is of great value not just for its elegant study of the replacement child syndrome but for its witnessing the red, the black, and the gold of any deep awakening of the psyche. Jungian psychoanalyst and psychiatrist, C.
Jung Institute San Francisco, USA "Schellinski's work is an intriguing courageous inquiry into the archetypal forces of dying and becoming that replacement children have to wrestle with. Born out of own experience, and meticulously researched, she delineates the transformative process of Coming into Being for finding a life of one's own. Providing invaluable insights, rich resources and vivid case material for a deeper understanding of identity issues, the author honors the power of spirit and soul in transcending the trauma of the replacement child condition.
An homage to analytical psychology and an illuminating read for clients and therapists alike.
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Basing her investigations on the work of past analytic clinical and theoretical experience, many of whom derived their understanding from studies of Holocaust survivors, Schellinski opens up her study to a larger population of those with the condition she stresses that it is not a pathology, although may be possibly a latent one. A major theme of the book revolves around the archetypal and developmental nature of the self, particularly relevant to current discussions about the self and its defences. Survival with an intact, viable and authentic ego-self function, is essential and can be found through a good enough analytic relationship as well as in certain other supportive situations.
A major focus will reside in the severity, identification, relationship and treatment of, such defences.
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This is definitely a go-to clinical and theoretical study, to find understanding of the ubiquity of the condition, and ways that the clinician can approach treatment. Additionally, they can encourage learning organisational skills, ranging from leadership and planning all. Interpersonal skills are key to murder mystery.
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