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Please bear in mind, too, that a great deal of the material held by the Archive and Study Centre is confidential, and can't be made available in any event. When in doubt, talk to the Archivist.

If you don't find what you are looking for it is worth checking back on a regular basis:

  • With the help of volunteers, and in responding to queries, more catalogues and guides to collections will appear; and
  • With the help of volunteers, and in responding to queries, more material from the collections can be digitised, prepared for publication, and uploaded to the website.

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Thankyou! and enjoy your visit here.

What are Archives? See our feature: "What are archives, and when are they happiest?"

Archives are the raw materials of history, the original documents that people and places produce as they go about their daily life and business: letters, photographs, films, drawings, paintings, file folders, diaries, ledgers, doodles, floppy disks, reports, computer drives, videos, audiotapes, and a million other things. What they all have in common is that they hold information of one kind or another, and once they are gone they are lost forever.

An Archive exists to bring all this different material in, give it a safe and secure home, help it to survive everything that Nature throws at it to try to make it decay, and then organises and describes it in such a way that people know what is there. A former child can find a file about them. A medical historian can find records of a psychiatrist's life. A family or local historian can find maps, and photographs, and manuscripts about the person or place they're interested in.

What do we have?

We hold the archives of individuals, of organisations and societies, and of schools, units and other places related to group and therapeutic environments, and progressive/alternative/democratic education.

We hold well over 200 collections, so those listed or catalogued here are only the tip of an iceberg. Check back, as more are being added to the website on a regular basis.

  • If you are looking for something which is not listed here, please get in touch - we may have what you are looking for, or may be able to suggest where to look.
  • And please get in touch if you are trying to find a good home for photographs, recordings, books, letters, or other documents or items. We may not be able to provide a home for the items and materials you have, but we may know an archive which can.

Access and Visiting

Much of the material we hold is of a confidential and sensitive nature, and can not be made available to the public. If you have any questions or queries, please get in touch with the archivist, here. On the other hand, a surprising amount of material can be made available. And the Library is amazing.

To arrange a visit, please see "Visiting and Using the Archive and Study Centre".

This document is part of a larger project to catalogue the Child Care-centred collections within the Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre's Research Library; helping to lay down the basis for a National Child Care Library. We would be grateful for corrections to any mistakes, comments, or help in cataloguing the thousands of books and other publications we hold.

Accession number Collection Format: e.g., Book, Phd. Thesis, M.A. Thesis, Report, Periodical, Offprint, First Author = Last Name, First Name + initials Subsequent authors = Last Names, First Names; Last Names, First Names Author or Editor Title Publisher, or Course/Department and University if thesis publication date ISBN
2012.039 PP/HDJ D.A.E.S. Dissertation Agnew, R. M. W.   Author The Therapeutic Community With Special Reference To Community Schools Institute of Education, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1972  
2012.039/176 PP/HDJ Book Aichhorn, August   Author Wayward Youth Imago Publishing Co. Ltd. London 1951  
2012.039/204 PP/HDJ Book Ainsworth, Frank Fulcher, Leon C. Editors Group Care for Children Concept and issues Tavistock Publications Ltd. 1981 0 422 77850 8
2012.039/157 PP/HDJ Book Anderson, Ewan W. Davison, Alan J. Editors Applying The Children Act (1989) in Boarding & Residential Environments David Fulton Publishers Ltd London 1993 1-85346-257-8
2012.039/212 PP/HDJ Book Anderson, Ewan W.   Author Residential and Boarding Education and Care for Young People A Model for Good Practice Routledge 2005 0 415 30555 1
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Argyle, Michael   Author Psychology and Social Problems Social Science Paperbacks 1967 SBN 422 72330 4 1.2
2012.039/172 PP/HDJ Book Atherton, James S.   Author Professional Supervision in Group Care. A contract-based approach Tavistock Publications 1986 0-422-60420-8
2012.039/195 PP/HDJ Book Bailey, Roy Brake, Mike Editors Radical Social Work Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd 1975 0 7131 5 820 4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Balbernie, Richard   Author Residential Work with Children Pergamon Press Ltd. 1966  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Banks, Olive   Author The Sociology of Education B.T.Batsford Ltd 1968 7134 0952 5
2012.039 PP/HDJ Study Banks, Sarah Hulgaard, Esben. Molgaard, Niels. Authors Racism in Britain and Cultural Diversity in Denmark: What Can We Learn From Each Other? Durham University Gedved Statsseminarium in Denmark    
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Barr, Hugh   Author Social Work Education in its European Context A report to Members and Staff of the Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work CCETSW 1989  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Handbook Barrett, Chris J   Author Residential Care- A Handbook for Newly Appointed Staff in Settings for Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children 1990  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper Barritt, Gordon E.   Editor Rehabilitating the Child in Care National Children's Home 1979  
2012.039/265 PP/HDJ Report Baumer, Helen   Author Pestalozzi Village: A Heart for Children Swiss Scene publication Reprint of October 1984 report  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Beedell, Christopher.   Author Residential Life with Children Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd. 1970 SBN 7100 6761 5
2012.039/278 PP/HDJ Publication article Beker, Jerome   Author The Emergence of Clinical Youthwork as a Profession: Implications for the Youthwork Field Centre Quarterly Focus, Center for Youth Development and Research, University of Minnesota 1978  
2012.039/299 PP/HDJ Journal article Beker, Jerome   Author The Emergency of Clinical Youthwork as a Profession: Implications for the Youthwork Field. Centre Quarterly Focus, Center for Youth Development and Research, University of Minnesota    
2012.039/210 PP/HDJ Book Bennett, Canon   Author Father Nugent of Liverpool The Liverpool Catholic Children's Protection Society 1949  
2012.039 PP/HDJ B. Phil Bentzen, S. E.   Author Professional Training for the Social Pedagogue in Norway University of Newcastle upon Tyne School of Education 1978  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Berry, Juliet.   Author Social Work with Children Routledge and Kegan Paul 1972 0 7100 7268 6
2012.039/206 PP/HDJ Book Besag, Valerie E.   Author Bullies and Victims in Schools Open University Press 1989 0 335 09542 9
2012.039 PP/HDJ Study Bovet, L.   Author Psychiatric Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency World Health Organization 1951  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Bowlby, John   Author Child Care and the Growth of Love Penguin Books Ltd 1965 0 14 02.02714
2012.039 PP/HDJ Periodical Bridgeland,M   Editor The Journal of the Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children Vol.4 No.3 The Compton Press Spring 1977  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Study Brierley, Harry Jones, Haydn Davies Authors The Absconding Problem ( A Study in One Approved School)      
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Brundrett, Mark Burton, Neil Editors The Beacon School Experience- case studies in excellence Peter francis Publishers 2000 1-870167-34-1
2012.039/211 PP/HDJ Book Burt, Cyril   Author The Young Delinquent University of London Press Ltd 1945  
2012.039/213 PP/HDJ Book Butrym, Zofia T.   Author The nature of Social Work The Macmillan Press Ltd 1976 0 333 19703 8
2012.039/208 PP/HDJ Book Campbell, Bruce Campbell, Margaret Authors Brathay The First Twenty-Five Years 1947-1972 The Brathay Hall Trust 1972  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Guide Cannan, Crescy. Colman, Richard; Lyons, Karen Authors In Europe 2. Links and Exchanges CCETSW 1990 0 904488 64 0
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Capul, Maurice Lemay, Michel Authors De l'education specialisee eres 1996 2-86586-398-0
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Carradice, Phil   Author Nautical Training Ships An Illustrated History Amberley Publishing Plc 2009 978 1 84868 696 0
2012.039/169 PP/HDJ Pamphlet Carrington, Bruce Chivers, Terry; Williams, Trevor Authors Gender, leisure and sport: a case-study of young people of South Asian descent School of Education at the University of Newcastle, Faculty of Education, Sunderland Polytechnic, Tyne and Wear, Department of Social Science, Sunderland Polytechnic, Tyne and Wear. 1987  
2012.039/241 PP/HDJ Paper Carrington, Bruce Jones, Haydn Davies Authors On the Other end – social work practice from the standpoint of the “receivers”. …..   February 1983  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Carrington, Bruce Short, Geoffrey Authors Race' and the Primary School NFER-NELSON Publishing Company Ltd 1989 0 7005 11970
2012.039/162 PP/HDJ Bulletin Caspi, Nadine   Editor The Jewish Agency – Youth Aliyah Bulletin Department of the Jewish Agency 1985  
2012.039/284 PP/HDJ Paper Chafer, A. D (report)     Aims of Socrates including Socrates and the Future of Erasmum (report)   31 July 1994 (report)  
2012.039/171 PP/HDJ Book Chambers, Peggy   Author They Fought for Children The Bodley Head 1956  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Cohen, Albert, K.   Author Delinquent Boys The Culture of the Gang The Free Press 1955  
2012.039/194 PP/HDJ Book Cohen, Percy S.   Author Modern Social Theory Heinemann Educational Books Ltd. 1968 0 435 82181 4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Cole, Ted   Author Apart or A Part? Integration and the Growth of British Special Education Open University Press 1989 0-335-09225-x
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Cole, Ted. Visser, John. Upton, Graham Authors Effective Schooling for Pupils with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties David Fulton Publishers Ltd 1998 1-85346-544-5
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book d'Entreves, A.P.   Author Natural Law Hutchinson & Co. Ltd 1970 0 09 102601 6
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Daines, Renee   Author En Europe 3. La France, le Royaume-Uni: Tendons la Passerelle CCETSW 1992 0 904488 92 6
2012.039/189 PP/HDJ Book Davis, Leonard   Author Residential Care: A Community Resource Heinimann Educational Books, London 1982 0 435 82264 0
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Davis, Leonard   Author Rivers of Pain, Bridges of Hope Writers' and Publishers' Cooperative, Hong Kong 1987 962-7104-16-7
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Davis, Leonard   Author The Philippines People, Poverty and Politics St. Martin's Press Inc. 1987 0-312-00412-5
2012.039/174 PP/HDJ Book Davison, Alan J.   Author Residential Care Arena, Ashgate Publishing Limited 1995 1 85742 309 7
2012.039/207 PP/HDJ Papers Dockar-Drysdale, Barbara   Author Therapy in Child Care Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd. 1968  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Donohue, Edward   Author Echoes in the Hills Social Care Association 1985 0-901244-19-8
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book East, Norwood Maxwell, Alexander Authors Society and the Criminal His Majesty's Stationary Office, London 1949  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper Edwards, Tony Tomlinson, Sally. Authors Selection isn't workingDiversity, standards and inequality in secondary education The Catalyst Forum 2002 1 904508 00 6
2012.039/173 PP/HDJ Book Erikson, Erik H.   Author Childhood and Society Penguin Books Ltd. 1965  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Article Erlandsen, Torsten Kornbeck, Jacob. Paulsen, Nicolai Authors Curriculum Reform in Denmark (1993-2003): the New Socialradgiver and Paedagog Programmes Social Work in Europe Volume 10 Number 3    
2012.039 PP/HDJ Papers Evans, David   Editor The Best of the Gazette A Selection from the Community Homes Gazette and Its Predecessors SCA Publications 1985 0-901244-18-X
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Ferguson, Thomas   Author The Young Delinquent in his Social Setting Oxford University Press 1952  
2012.039/219 PP/HDJ Journal FICE:Federation Internationale Des Communautes Educatives   Editor Malmo Declaration International Federation of Educative Communities 1987 3 905607 04 2
2012.039/220 PP/HDJ Journal FICE:Federation Internationale Des Communautes Educatives   Editor Children's Communities – Residential Child Care – Community Care International Federation of Educative Communities 1988 3 905607 05 0
2012.039/217 PP/HDJ Journal FICE:Federation Internationale Des Communautes Educatives   Editor Kongress 1990 Praha International Federation of Educative Communities 1991 3 905607 08 5
2012.039/218 PP/HDJ Glossary FICE:Federation Internationale Des Communautes Educatives   Editor Glossary of child, social care and social work terms International Federation of Educative Communities 1991 3 905607 09 3
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Fitzgerald, John   Author The Hurt and the Healing The Charterhouse Group 1990 0 9516628 0 5
2012.039/209 PP/HDJ Journal Forsberg, Mats   Author The Evolution of Social Welfaare Policy in Sweden The Swedish Institute 1984 91 520 0155 5
2012.039/190 PP/HDJ Book Friedlander, Kate   Author The Psycho-Analytical Approach to Juvenile Delinquency, Theory: Case Studies:Treatment Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. 1947  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Friedmann, W.   Author Legal Theory Stevens & Sons Ltd 1949  
2012.039/192 PP/HDJ Book Fromm, Erich   Author The Fear of Freedom Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. 1942  
2012.039/224 PP/HDJ Book Fromm, Erich   Author To Have or to Be? Jonathan Cape Ltd. 1978 0 224 01420 X
2012.039/197 PP/HDJ Book Fulcher, Leon C. Ainsworth, Frank Editors Group Care Practice with Children Tavistock Publications Ltd. 1985 0 422 78200 9
2012.039/230 PP/HDJ Book Gilchrist, Ruth Jeffs, Tony Editors Settlements, Social Change and Community Action Good Neighbours Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd 2001 1 85302 764 2
2012.039/198 PP/HDJ Book Gill, Owen   Author Whitegate An Approved School in Transition Liverpool University Press 1974 0 85323 452 3
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper Gillies, Clare Hardy, Jean. Millard, David. Leonard, Peter Authors Demystifying the External Examiner CCETSW 1986 0 903720 91 4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Gittins, John   Author Approved School Boys an Account of the Observation Classification and Treatment of Boys who come to Aycliffe School Home Office publication Her Majesty's Stationary Office 1952  
2012.039/160 PP/HDJ Book Gittins, John   Author Approved School Boys an Account of the Observation Classification and Treatment of Boys who come to Aycliffe School Her Majesty's Stationery Office 1952 1952 S.O.Code No. 34-353
2012.039/222 PP/HDJ Book Glover, Edward Mannheim, Hermann; Miller Emanuel Editors The Library of Criminology Pioneers in Criminology Stevens & Sons Ltd 1960  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Guidance notes Goldstein, Beverly et al Authors The Teaching of Child Care in the Diploma in Social Work: Guidance Notes for Programme Planners CCETSW 1991 0 904488 91 8
2012.039 PP/HDJ D.A.E.S. Dissertation Goossens, Guy   Author Ozanam House- The Rationale of a Probation Hostel University of Newcastle upon Tyne School of Education 1975  
2012.039/164 PP/HDJ Bulletin Gottesmann, Meir Lane, David C. Editor / Sub-editor of the English version FICE International Bulletin 2 Spring 1990 FICE 1990 1015 78 75
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Gottesmann, Meir   Author Educating Away from Home The Israeli Way: Continuity and Change Freund Publishing House Ltd 1988  
2012.039/163 PP/HDJ Bulletin Gottesmann, Meir   Editor FICE International Bulletin 1 Autumn 1989 FICE 1989  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Magazine Gottesmann, Meir   Editor FICE International Bulletin 3 Autumn 1990 FICE International Bulletin 1990 ISSN 1015 78 75
2012.039 PP/HDJ Magazine Gottesmann, Meir   Editor FICE International Bulletin 4 Spring 1991 FICE International Bulletin 1991 ISSN 1015 78 75
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Gottesmann, Meir   Editor Residential Child Care An International Reader Whiting & Birch Ltd.FICE International 1991 1 871177 17 0
2012.039/221 PP/HDJ Bulletin Gottesmann, Meir   Editor International Bulletin 5 Autumn 1991 International Federation of Educative Communities 1991 ISSN 1015 78 75
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Gottesmann, Meir   Editor Recent Changes and New Trends in Extrafamilial Child Care: An International Perspective Whiting & Birch Ltd.FICE International 1994 1 871177 74 X
2012.039/214 PP/HDJ Monograph Halmos, Paul   Editor The Sociological Review Monograph No. 7: Sociological Studies in British University Education University of Keele 1963  
2012.039/193 PP/HDJ Monograph Halmos, Paul   Editor The Sociology of Sociology; The Sociological Review Monograph 16 University of Keele 1970  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Hargraves, David H. Hester, Stephen, K. Mellor, Frank, J Authors Deviance in Classrooms Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd. 1975 0 7100 8275 4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Hayward, Christine   Author A Fair Assessment- Issues in Evaluating Coursework CCETSW 1979 0 903720 38 8
2012.039/205 PP/HDJ Book Hebblethwaite, Margaret   Author Base Communities An Introduction Geoffrey Chapman 1993 0 225 66680 4
2012.039/199 PP/HDJ Book Heywood, Jean S.   Author Childhood & Society 100 Years Ago Printing Department National Children's Home 1969  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Holman, Bob   Author Good Old George The Life of George Lansbury- Best-love leader of the Labour party Lion Publishing plc. 1990 0-7459-1574-4
2012.039/185 PP/HDJ Book Holman, Bob   Author Child Care Revisited: The Children's Departments 1948-1971 Institute of Childcare and Social Education UK 1998 1 871872 50 2
2012.039 PP/HDJ Pamphlet Hoskins, I. R.   Author Catholic Child Care in England- A Survey of the Church's Work for Destitute and Deprived Children Catholic Truth Society    
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Hunt, D.E. Butler, L. F. Noy, J. E. Rosser, M. E. Authors Assessing Conceptual Level by the Paragraph Completion Method Ontario Institute for Studies in Education 1978 0-7744-5013-4
2012.039/203 PP/HDJ Book Hyland, Jim   Author Yesterday's Answers: Development and Decline of Schools for Young offenders Whiting & Birch Ltd. 1993 1 871177 69 3
2012.039 PP/HDJ Bulletin Individual authors et al Individual authors Northern Archaeological, Volume 2 Part 1, 1981 Northumberland Archaeological Group 1981 ISSN 0144-4999
2012.039 PP/HDJ Bulletin Individual authors et al Individual authors Northern Archaeological, Volume 2 Part 2, 1981 Northumberland Archaeological Group 1981 ISSN 0144-4999
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Isaacs, Nathan   Author The Growth of Understanding in the Young Child- A Brief Introduction to Piaget's Work The Educational Supply Association Ltd. 1961  
2012.039/223 PP/HDJ Book James, C.L.R.   Author Beyond a Boundary Serpent's Tail 1994  
2012.039/242 PP/HDJ Guidance notes JLH   Author Supervision Arrangements and The Objectives of Supervision   1984  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Linking Social Work with The School of Education Document C School of Education at the University of Newcastle 1981  
2012.039/253 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Social Workers, or Social Educators? The International Context for Developing Social Care International Centre, National Institute for Social Work 1994  
2012.039/260 PP/HDJ Journal Jones, Haydn Davies   Author The Social Pedagogues in Western Europe – some implications for European interprofessional care Journal of Interprofessional Care 1994  
2012.039/262 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Social Workers, or Social Educators? The International Context for Developing Social Care International Centre, National Institute for Social Work 1994  
2012.039/273 PP/HDJ Journal Jones, Haydn Davies   Author The Social Pedagogues in Western Europe – some implications for European interprofessional care Journal of Interprofessional Care 1994  
2012.039/291 PP/HDJ Journal Jones, Haydn Davies   Author The Social Pedagogues in Western Europe – some implications for European interprofessional care European Interprofessional Care 1994  
2012.039/297 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Social Workers, or Social Educators? The International Context for Developing Social Care National Institute for Social Work International Centre 1994  
2012.039/298 PP/HDJ Journal Jones, Haydn Davies   Author The Social Pedagogues in Western Europe – some implications for European interprofessional care Journal of Interprofessional Care 1994  
2012.039/309 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Social Workers, or Social Educators? The International Context for Developing Social Care National Institute for Social Work International Centre 1994  
2012.039/239 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author The European Committee of Training Centres for Social Pedagogues held its third Congress in Athens from May 29th - 31st 1993 ….   24 June 1993  
2012.039/243 PP/HDJ Introductory Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Some implications for social work training of current developments in the administrative structure of social services in Western Europe   August 1977  
2012.039/244 PP/HDJ Introductory Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Some implications for social work training of current developments in the administrative structure of social services in Western Europe   August 1977  
2012.039/245 PP/HDJ Lecture paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author The Training of Social Pedagogues in the European Community After 1992   June 1992  
2012.039/312 PP/HDJ Paper for conference Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Residential Training for the Delinquent Institute of Education, University of Durham September 1961  
2012.039/270 PP/HDJ Report Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Residential Care and Education Some recent Therapeutic Perspectives Durham and Newcastle Research Review Spring 1981  
2012.039/254 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Social Pedagogues as Housemasters – A Western European Perspective      
2012.039/283 PP/HDJ Paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author Social Pedagogues as Housemasters – A Western European Perspective      
2012.039/304 PP/HDJ Lecture paper Jones, Haydn Davies   Author The Training of Social Pedagogues in the European Community After 1992      
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Jones, Haydn Davies Waaldijk, K Authors Leven met mensen als beroep   1983  
2012.039/182 PP/HDJ Book Jones, Howard   Author Reluctant Rebels, Re-Education and Group Process in a Residential Community Tavistock Publications 1960  
2012.039/235 PP/HDJ Pamphlet -Reprinted from:The Sociological Review Monograph No. 9 Jones, Howard   Author The Approved School: A Theoretical Model University of Keele 1965  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Kahan, Barbara Steering Committee: Stacey, Nicolas; Godfrey-Isaacs, G.; Joynson, Mary; Mattinson, Janet; Rea Price, John; Righton, Peter. Authors Gatsby Project Open University/ Gatsby Project proposal. Report of Regional Workshops Gatsby Project/ Open University 1983  
2012.039/276 PP/HDJ Paper Kalcher, Jurgen   Author Occupational Situations produce Professional Ideologies creating a Vicious Circle. In the Case of Residential Care and Staff, is the Creation of a specific Professional Ideology and a respective Training really necessary or desirable for each Role? Fachhochschule Hamburg – Fachbereich Sozialpad July 1991  
2012.039/295 PP/HDJ Paper Kalcher, Jurgen   Author Contemporary residential Care in Hamburg – Developments in Organization, Staff-Training and Theory Fachhochschule Hamburg – Fachbereich Sozialpad November 1992  
2012.039/258 PP/HDJ Paper Kalcher, Jurgen   Author Mask Making – Work in a Group Analysing the Group Dimension in the Hamburg Mask Making Approach      
2012.039/286 PP/HDJ Paper Kalcher, Jurgen   Author The Changing World of the Staff Members      
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Kashti, Y Arieli, M Editors People in Institutions: The Isreali Scene Freund Publishing Company Ltd. 1986 965-294-005-4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Kishon, E   Author My Family Right or Wrong Bachman and Turner 1983 0 85974 115 X
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Klein, Josephine.   Author Samples From English Cultures. Volume 2: Child Rearing Practices Routledge and Kegan Paul 1965  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Klein, Josephine.   Author Samples from English Cultures Volume 1 Three Preliminary Studies Aspects of Adult Life in England Routledge and Kegan Paul 1965  
2012.039/246 PP/HDJ Report Kneen, Pat   Author A Generation without Hope? YMCA Research Project, University of Newcastle upon Tyne October 1987  
2012.039/248 PP/HDJ Report Kneen, Pat   Author A Generation without Hope? Research Project 1986-87 Newcastle YMCA, University of Newcastle upon Tyne October 1987  
2012.039/249 PP/HDJ Report Kneen, Pat   Author A Generation without Hope? Research Project 1986-87 Newcastle YMCA, University of Newcastle upon Tyne October 1987  
2012.039/250 PP/HDJ Report Kneen, Pat   Author A Generation without Hope? Research Project 1986-87 Newcastle YMCA, University of Newcastle upon Tyne October 1987  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Article Kornbeck, Jacob   Author Social Work versus social pedagogy Taken from an article printed in the Danish social pedagogues' magazine, Socialpaedagogen 36524  
2012.039/290 PP/HDJ Letter Kornbeck, Jacob   Author ...the relationship between social work “proper” and social pedagogy/special education across Europe'   08.02.01  
2012.039/257 PP/HDJ Texts Kornbeck, Jacob   Editor Publications, major unpublished texts and published translations Jacob Kornbeck: Publications: 1991-2000 16/02/01  
2012.039/308 PP/HDJ Paper Kornbeck, Jacob   Author Must Social Work Unite or Specialise to Professionalise? Must Social Work.doc 16/02/01  
2012.039/261 PP/HDJ Interview Kornbeck, Jacob   Author “Education is a barrier to language learning and communication!” fsu 1997  
2012.039/280 PP/HDJ Presentation paper Kornbeck, Jacob   Author The Social Work – Foreign Language Interface: a research deficit Presentation for IFSW Europe's “Mutual Recognition of Diplomas” Network in Brussels For 20-21 October 2000  
2012.039/281 PP/HDJ Interview Kornbeck, Jacob   Author Grand old man of social work SozialAktuell, SBS October 1999  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper Kornbeck, Jacob   Author Status and use of the Spanish language in the Spanish Netherlands (16th/17th centuries) Edited for Fermin Sierra Martinez Carmen Hernandez Gonzalez    
2012.039/279 PP/HDJ Publication article Kornbeck, Jacob   Author Community Care in the United Kingdom, Subsidiarity in Germany: Only a Matter of Words? Social Work in Europe    
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Lacey, C   Author Hightown Grammar The School as a Social System University of Manchester at the University Press 1970 7190 0373 3
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Laffin, John   Author Links of Leadership Thirty Centuries of Command George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd 1966  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Laing, R. D. Esterson, A Authors Sanity, Madness and the Family Penguin Books Ltd 1964 0 14 02.115?8
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Laing, R. D.   Author Self and Others Penguin Books Ltd 1969 0 14 02.1376 7
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Lambert, Royston Bullock, Roger; Millham, Spencer Authors Manual to the Sociology of the School Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1970 SBN 297 17828 8
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Lane, David C. Noble, Sheila. Tidball Michael. Twigg, Sam Editors The Quiet Evolution- The Planning, Development, Management and Provision of Community Services for the Mentally Handicapped The Macmillan Press Ltd 1983 0 333 35175 4
2012.039/296 PP/HDJ Report Lane, David C.   Author The Radisson Report Social Pedagogy and Social Education The Social Education Trust August 2000  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Thesis Lane, David. C   Author The Public Image of the Approved School System Institute of Education, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1968  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Thesis Lane, David. C   Author The Public Image of the Approved School System Institute of Education, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1968  
2012.039/264 PP/HDJ Paper Lane, David. C   Author The Implications of the European Community Directive on Training and Qualifications for the Personal Social Services Training and Staff Development Committee and International Committee, City of Wakefield Social Services 14 May 1991  
2012.039/181 PP/HDJ Book Le Mesurier, L.   Author Boys in Trouble, A Study of Adolescent Crime and Its Treatment John Murray, London 1939  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Lemay, Michel   Author Les Fonctions De L'Educateur Specialise de jeunes inadaptes Preees Universitaires de France 1968  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Discussion papers Lennhoff, F. G. Lampen, John. Soddy, Kenneth Authors thinking about Conscience A Shotton Hall Publication 1974  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Studies Lennhoff, F. G. in collaboration with Lampen, J. C. Authors Let's Try and Try Again Studies of Children's Personality Growth in a Residential Setting A Shotton Hall Publication 1970  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Discussion papers Lennhoff, F.G. Lampden, J. C. Led by FGL, Compiled by JL 44 Children Thinking Aloud A Shotton Hall Publication    
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Lennhoff, F.G.   Led by Challenges, Frustrations and Rewards for those who work with people in need A Shotton Hall Publication 1964  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Lennhoff, F.G.   Led by Do We Still Need to Work in the Dark The New Knowledge of the Workings of the Mind as a Help to the Worker with People A Shotton Hall Publication 1965  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Lennhoff, F.G.   Led by Do We Still Need to Work in the Dark The New Knowledge of the Workings of the Mind as a Help to the Worker with People A Shotton Hall Publication 1965  
2012.039/233 PP/HDJ Contributions Lennhoff, F.G.   Editor Honesty to Children A Shotton Hall Publication 1971  
2012.039/238 PP/HDJ Pamphlet Lennhoff, F.G. Lennhoff, U.J. ; and young and old at Shotton Hall. Compiled by Shotton Hall School Shotton Hall Publications 1966  
2012.039/188 PP/HDJ Book Lennox, Daphne   Author Residential Group Therapy for Children Tavistock Publications 1982 0-422-77550-9
2012.039/231 PP/HDJ Studies Lesser, Ruth   Author Linguistic Investigations of Aphasia Cole and Whurr Limited 1989 1 871381 06 1
2012.039/232 PP/HDJ Biography Lifton, Betty Jean   Author The King of Children A Biography of Janusz Korczak Schocken Books Inc. 1988 0 8052 0930 1
2012.039/215 PP/HDJ Journal Ligthart, Leo, EE   Editor Community care inside and outside residential settings; Proceedings of International FICE Congress, Malmo 1986 International Federation of Educative Communities 1987 3 905607 06 9
2012.039/216 PP/HDJ Journal Ligthart, Leo, EE   Editor Community care inside and outside residential settings; Proceedings of International FICE Congress, Malmo 1986 International Federation of Educative Communities 1987 3 905607 06 9
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper Linton, Thomas E.   Author The European Educateur Program For Disturbed Children Reprinted from American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Volume 39, Number 1 1969  
2012.039/302 PP/HDJ Paper Linton, Thomas E.   Author The European Educateur Model: An Alternative and Effective Approach to the Mental Health of Children University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee The Journal Of Special Education 1969  
2012.039/200 PP/HDJ Book Macy, Christopher   Editor let's teach them right Permberton Books (Pemberton Publishing Co. Ltd) 1969 SBN 301 69101 O
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Maier, Henry W.   Author Three Theories of Child Development the contributions of Erikson,Erik, H. Piaget, Jean and Sears, Robert, R. Harper and Row Publishers 1969  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper Maier, Henry W.   Author A Sideways Look at Change ( Observations on the Changing Authority Orientation of the Family and the Relationship of These Changes to the Selection of Treatment Concepts and Techniques) Social Service Review, School of Social Work, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 98105 1971  
2012.039/240 PP/HDJ Manuscript Maier, Henry W.   Author The Child Care Worker University of Washington School of Social Work 1971  
2012.039/300 PP/HDJ Contribution paper Maier, Henry W.   Author Learning Overshadows Teaching: Key Issues in the Preparation of Care and Social Workers Child & Youth Care Forum 2002  
2012.039/266 PP/HDJ Paper Maier, Henry W.   Author Play in the University Classroom Published in 'Social Work with Groups, Vol. 3 (1) pp 7-16 Spring 1980  
2012.039/275 PP/HDJ Paper Maier, Henry W.   Author A Sideways Look at Change University of Washington-Seattle    
2012.039/226 PP/HDJ Book Maier, Henry W. PhD   Author Developmental Group Care of Children and Youth: Concepts and Practice The Haworth Press 1987 0 86656-834-4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Marken, Mary Payne, Malcolm Editors Enabling and Ensuring supervision in practice National Youth Bureau   0 86155 108 7
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Maus, Heinz   Author A Short History of Sociology Routledge and Kegan Paul 1962  
2012.039/305 PP/HDJ Lecture paper McG, DJ KW Author The Training of Senior Staff Members of Approved Schools      
2012.039 PP/HDJ D.A.E.S. Dissertation McMahon, K.   Author Techniques For The Management of Disturbed Children Institute of Education, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1974  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Miller, Derek   Author Growth to Freedom The Psychosocial Treatment of Delinquent Youth Tavistock Publications 1964  
2012.039/229 PP/HDJ Book - Study Millham, Spencer Bullock, Roger; Hosie, Kenneth Authors Locking up children Saxon House, Teakfield Limited 1978 0 566 00170 5
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Mitchell, G. Duncan   Editor A Dictionary of Sociology Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd. 1968 0 7100 6900 6
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Mogford, Kay Sadler, Jane Editors Child Language Disability: Implications in an Educational Setting Multilingual Matters Ltd 1989 1-85359-052-5
2012.039/180 PP/HDJ Book Morris, Ronald   Author Success and Failure in Learning to Read Penguin Books Ltd 1979  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Neill, A.S.   Author Summerhill A radical Approach to Education Victor Gollancz Ltd. 1962  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Research Project Newcastle YMCA   Newcastle YMCA Gaps in Provision and Unmet Needs: 16-25 Year Olds in Newcastle Newcastle YMCA with The School of Education at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne 1987  
2012.039/202 PP/HDJ Information Text O'Connor, Denis J.   Author Glue Sniffing and Solvent Abuse The Boys' and Girls' Welfare Society 1986 869801 00 8
2012.039/178 PP/HDJ Book O'Connor, Denis J.   Author An Introduction to The Philosophy of Education Routledge and Kegan Paul, London 1957  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Oakland, John   Author British Civilization An Introduction Routledge 1995 0-415-12258-9
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Parker, R. A.   Author Planning for Deprived Children National Children's Home 1971  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Parker, Roy   Author Safeguarding Standards NISW 1990 902789686
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Payne, Chris White, Keith Editors The Best of In Residence Volume 2 The Residential Care Association   0-901244-10-4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Peters, Friedhelm   Editor Residential Child Care and its Alternatives international perspectives Trentham Books in partnership with FICE 2008 978 1 85856 409 8
2012.039/228 PP/HDJ Book Pettes, Dorothy E.   Author Staff and Student Supervision A Task-centred Approach George Allen & Unwin Limited 1979 0 04 361034 X
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Philpot, Terry   Editor Group Care Practice: The challenge of the next decade Business Press International Ltd. 1984 0 617 00395 5
2012.039/269 PP/HDJ Pamphlet Philpot, Terry   Editor Group Care Practice: The challenge of the next decade Community Care 1984  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Pick, Pamela   Author Children at Tree Tops The Residential Care Association 1981 0-901244-06-6
2012.039 PP/HDJ Journal Papers Pinkerton, Philip   Author An ABC of Behaviour Problems Magazine of the Residential Child Care Association Volume 10   1962  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Plucknett, Theodore F. T.   Author A Concise History of Common Law Butterworth & Co. Ltd. 1948  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Plucknett, Theodore F. T.   Author Legislation of Edward 1The Ford Lectures delivered in the University of Oxford in Hilary Term 1947 Oxford University Press 1949  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Plucknett, Theodore F. T.   Author Early English Legal Literature Cambridge University Press 1958  
2012.039/201 PP/HDJ Book Polsky, Howard W. Claster, Daniel, S. with collaboration of Goldberg, Carl. Authors The Dynamics of Residential Treatment; A Social System Analysis The University of North Carolina Press 1968  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Polsky, Howard, W. Claster, Daniel, S. with collaboration of Goldberg, Carl. Authors The Dynamics of Residential Treatment A social System Analysis The University of North Carolina Press 1968  
2012.039/256 PP/HDJ Conference paper Porter, Carol J. VanderVen Karen; Mattingly Martha A. Editors Perspectives on Educating for Child and Youth Care Practice Outcomes of the Initial Conference of the Conference-Research Sequence in Child Care Education University of Pittsburgh June 1981  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Probyn, Walter   Author Angel Face- The Making of a Criminal George Allen and Unwin 1977 0 04 923070 0
2012.039 PP/HDJ Monograph Rasmussen, H. C.   Author Sudel   2006  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Rasmussen, H. C.   Author Et Renaissancemenneske I slutningen af det 20. arhundrede     87-90579-01-1
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Redl, Fritz Wineman, David Authors Controls from Within Techniques for the Treatment of the Aggressive Child The Free Press- a division of the Macmillan Company 1965  
2012.039/288 PP/HDJ Paper Robb, James B.   Author Changing Roles: Attachment and Loss   June, 1979  
2012.039 PP/HDJ B. Phil Robb, James. B.   Author The Limits of Involvement University of Newcastle upon Tyne Institute of Education 1980  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Rose, Gordon   Author Schools for Young Offenders Tavistock Publications 1967  
2012.039 PP/HDJ   Rose, Melvyn   Author The Focal Therapist in the Residential Setting Volume 1 University of Newcastle upon Tyne Institute of Education 1969  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Rose, Melvyn   Author Healing Hurt Minds The Peper Harrow Experience Tavistock/Routledge 1990 0-415-01796-3
2012.039 PP/HDJ Thesis Rose, Melvyn   Author The Focal Therapist in the Residential Setting Volume 2 University of Newcastle upon Tyne Institute of Education    
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Ruddock, Ralph   Editor Six Approaches To The Person Routledge and Kegan Paul 1972 0 7100 7382 8
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Ryle, Gilbert.   Author The Concept of Mind Penguin Books Ltd 1963  
2012.039/191 PP/HDJ Handbook Sergeant, Stanley   Author Converting Terms in English, German and French Embankment Press Ltd. 1977  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Periodical Shaw, B. Dennison, W.F.; French, M. R.; Hall, J.R. Editors The Durham and Newcastle Research Review School of Education, University of Durham, and the School of Education, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1981 ISSN 0141-108X
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Shaw, Robert   Author Children, Families and Care- reflections on the first sixty years of FICE Trentham Books in partnership with FICE 2008 978 1 85856 445 6
2012.039/158 PP/HDJ Pamphlet Shotton Hall boys     Discovering Oneself – Some Poems by Growing Boys Shotton Hall    
2012.039/277 PP/HDJ Survey report Smith, A. J. Thomas, J. B Authors A Survey of Psychological Support for Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties in Special Schools in Great Britain Educational Psychology 1993  
2012.039/294 PP/HDJ Article Smith, Allan J. Thomas, J. B. Authors What's in a Name?: Some Problems of Description and Intervention in Work with Emotionally and Behaviourally Disordered Children Department of Education, Loughborough University Pastoral Care Blackwell Publishers September 1993  
2012.039/293 PP/HDJ Article Smith, Allan J. Thomas, John B. Authors A Survey of Therapeutic Support for Children with Emotional and Behavioural Disturbance (EBD) in Special Schools in the United Kingdom Department of Education, Loughborough University School Psychology International 1992  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Social Education Trust SET SET 2000 2001 SET 2001  
2012.039/252 PP/HDJ Bulletin Soisson, Robert Widmer, Rolf Editors No. 8, printemps Fruhling - Spring 1993 FICE 1993  
2012.039/225 PP/HDJ Book Soisson, Robert   Editor Policymaking, Research and Staff Training in Residential Care International Federation of Educative Communities 1992 3 905607 11 5
2012.039 PP/HDJ D.A.E.S. Dissertation Solberg, D. P.   Author Four Family Strategies And their implications for Residential Child Care University of Newcastle upon Tyne Institute of Education 1972  
2012.039/156 PP/HDJ Book Spencer, Paul   Editor Anthropology and the Riddle of the Sphinx Paradoxes of Change in the Life Course Routledge 1990 0-415-04089-2
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Spielman, M. A.   Author Romance of Child Reclamation Reformatory and Refuge Union    
2012.039/184 PP/HDJ Study Stacey, Nick and Kent Social Services Author/s A Study in Leadership Don Brand 2008  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Stanley, David Reed, Jan Authors Opening Up Care Achieving Principled Practice in Health and Social Care Institutions Arnold 1999 0 340 70591 4
2012.039 PP/HDJ Research papers Stock Whitaker, Dorothy Archer, J Lesley Authors Research by Social Workers – Capitalizing on Experience CCETSW 1989 0 904488 31 4
2012.039/177 PP/HDJ Book Stocks, Mary D. Rodgers, Brian Author Fifty Years in Every Street. The Story of the Manchester University Settlement Manchester University Press 1956  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Education sheet Stones, Elizabeth   Author Debates: how Parliament discusses things Printed for HMSO 1990 ISSN 0261-2658
2012.039 PP/HDJ Education sheet Stones, Elizabeth   Author The House of Lords Printed for HMSO 1990 ISSN 0261-2658
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Stott, D. H.   Author Unsettled Children and Their Families University of London Press Ltd 1956  
2012.039/175 PP/HDJ Book Stott, D. H.   Author Saving Children From Delinquency University of London Press Ltd 1952  
2012.039/186 PP/HDJ Book Sykes, Gresham M.   Author The Society of Captives: A Study of A Maximum Security Prison Princeton University Press 1958  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper ten Have, T. T.   Author L' agologie      
2012.039/287 PP/HDJ Paper ten Have, T. T.   Author Agology A former professor at the University of Amsterdam    
2012.039 PP/HDJ D.A.E.S. Dissertation Thomas, A. Morgan   Author Role Play: Its Use In Formal Education And Attitude Change Institute of Education, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1972  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Study Thomas, J. B.   Author British adolescence: a history in textbooks Loughborough University, UK Carfax Publishing 2005 ISSN 0305-5698
2012.039/271 PP/HDJ Paper Thomas, J. B.   Author The Beginnings of Educational Psychology in the Universities of England and Wales Department of Education, Loughborough University 1996  
2012.039/311 PP/HDJ Journal Thomas, J. B.   Author Psychology of education in the UK: development in the 1960s Educational Studies, Loughborough University Routledge 2007 ISSN 0305 5698
2012.039/183 PP/HDJ Book Thomas, Patricia   Author The Aims and Outcomes of Social Policy Research Croom Helm 1985 0-7099-2492-5
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Thompson, Tony Mathias, Peter Authors Standards and Learning Disability Bailliere Tindall in association with the RCN 1989 0-7020-2203-9
2012.039/196 PP/HDJ Book Tizard, Jack Sinclair, Ian; Clarke, R.V.G. Editors Varieties of Residential Experience Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. 1975 0 7100 8165 0
2012.039/306 PP/HDJ Seminar paper Tod, R.J.N.   Author Function, Role and Transference in Staff Relationships Harrogate Residential Seminar of the Newcastle Child Care Course February 19th 1968  
2012.039/274 PP/HDJ Paper Traber, Jean   Author La supervision d'educateurs specialises Revue canandienne de psycho-education 1983  
2012.039/303 PP/HDJ Speech paper Traber, Jean   Author The Children's Villages Children's Aid Society April 12, 1973  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Periodical Upton, Graham   Editor Maladjustment and Therapeutic Education Volume 5 No. 1 The Starling Press Ltd. Spring 1987 ISSN 0264-4614
2012.039/292 PP/HDJ Booklet van Weezel, Gualtherie Lies Waaldijk, Kees. Authors Learning to work methodically in (semi)-residential work   December 1996  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Vander Ven, Karen Tittnich, Ethel Editors Competent Caregivers- Competent Children Training and Education for Child Care Practice The Haworth Press 1986 0-86656-531-0
2012.039/310 PP/HDJ Proposal paper Vander Ven, Karen   Author Developmental Life Span Caregiving: A Proposal for a New Profession School of Social Work, University of Pittsburgh, December 1988  
2012.039/285 PP/HDJ Paper Waaldijk, Kees   Author In search of the social pedagogue Social Education Trust conference in Manchester July 11/12, 2000  
2012.039/289 PP/HDJ Paper Waaldijk, Kees   Author On Training Care Staff Hogeschool de Horst, Driebergen June 1991  
2012.039/301 PP/HDJ A chapter Waaldijk, Kees   Author Janusz Korczak, an inspiring pioneer for residential youth care   September 1995  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Wagner Development Group     Residential Care Positive Answers: Final Report of the Wagner Development Group HMSO 1993 0 11 701958 5
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Wakeford, John   Author The Strategy of Social Enquiry Macmillan & Co Ltd 1968  
2012.039 PP/HDJ M.Ed. Thesis Walmsley, Rosemary E   Author Aspects of the Personal Tutorial Method of Teaching In Some One Year Full Time Courses   1977  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Report Warchawiak, E   Author Comparative Study of Training in Social Work in the European Community Commission of the European Communities 1980  
2012.039/316 PP/HDJ Article Washington, John Paylor, Ian   The Role of Social Work in Social Exclusion Social Work in Europe    
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Weber-Kellermann, Ingeborg et al Authors Die Kindheit Erste Auflage 1979  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book West, D. J.   Author The Young Offender Penguin Books 1967 14 020872 0
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book White, Keith, J.   Author Reflections on Living with Children A Companion to The Growth of Love, from the In Residence columns of Children Webmag WTL Publications 2010 978 0 9564757 0 1
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Whitecross Paton, George   Author A text Book of Jurisprudence Oxford University Press 1951  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Whyte, William   Author The Organization Man Penguin Books 1960  
2012.039/170 PP/HDJ Pamphlet Wilkins, Leslie T.   Author Delinquent Generations – A Home Office Research Office Unit Report Her Majesty's Stationery Office 1960 S.O.Code No. 34-368-3
2012.039/179 PP/HDJ Book Williams, A. E.   Author Barnardo of Stepney, The Father of Nobody's Children George Allen & Unwin Limited 1953  
2012.039 PP/HDJ D.A.E.S. Dissertation Williams, S. G.   Author The Role of the Residential Adviser University of Newcastle upon Tyne School of Education 1976-1977  
2012.039/227 PP/HDJ Book Wills, W. David   Author The Barns Experiment George Allen and Unwin Limited 1945  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Wootton, Barbara   Author Social Science and Social Pathology George Allen and Unwin Ltd 1959  
2012.039 PP/HDJ D.A.E.S. Dissertation Wright, G.   Author Towards a Model of Residential Supervision University of Newcastle upon Tyne School of Education 1978  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Young, A.F. Ashton, E.T. Authors British Social Work in the Nineteenth Century Routledge and Kegan Paul 1956  
2012.039/234 PP/HDJ Book Younghusband, Eileen   Author The Newest Profession A short history of social work IPC Business Press Ltd 1981 0 617 00363 7
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book Zeugin, Peter Schmid, Josef Authors Ein Sozialatlas zur Situation der Juugend in Zurich IPSO Zurich 1984 3-906551-01-0
2012.039 PP/HDJ Journal Papers       Journal 100th Issue The Institutes of Education of the Universities of Newcastle upon Tyne and Durham 1968  
2012.039/159 PP/HDJ Journal       Communautes educatives Association Nationale Des Communautes Educatives 1984  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Book       Educators in the Europe of 1992   1988  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Seminar paper for Conference       The Role of the Socialpedagogue-An Outline of a European Model for the conference, “New Horizons In The Group Care of Children”   1989  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Journal Papers       Youth and Policy The Journal of Critical Analysis Special European Issue No.44 Youth and Policy 1994 ISSN 0262-9798
2012.039 PP/HDJ Revised paper pre publication       Language Training for Prospective and Practising Social Workers: a neglected topic in social work literature Accepted for publication by the Editors of the British Journal of Social Work. To be printed in the issue: April 2001 36770  
2012.039/161 PP/HDJ Pamphlet       Ensemble l'information d'action sociale   1975 Mai-Juin No.3  
2012.039/259 PP/HDJ Leaflet       The School of Health Related Professions University of Pittsburgh 1981  
2012.039/263 PP/HDJ Papers       gilde rundbrief Ergebnisse der Jahrestagung 2002 Theorie der Praxix der Theorie Gilde Soziale Arbeit 2002 ISSN 0942-6779
2012.039/272 PP/HDJ Report       The Dutch System of Social Work Education Vereniging van hogescholen April 1990  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Journal Papers       Issues in Social Work Education Volume 16. No.2 The Association of Teachers in Social Work Education Autumn 1996 ISSN 0261-4154
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2012.039/247 PP/HDJ Report       Social Work Curriculum Study; Legal Studies in Social Work Education Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work July 1974  
2012.039/167 PP/HDJ Journal       Connumautes Educatives Association Nationale Des Communautes Educatives May 1985 No.52  
2012.039/187 PP/HDJ Journal       Les Cahiers, The Journal Association Europeenne des Centres de Formation au Travail Socio-Educatif, European Association of Training Centres for Socio-Educational Care Work No. 1,1995  
2012.039/251 PP/HDJ A working group discussion paper       Education and training for social work Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work November 1975  
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2012.039 PP/HDJ Journal Papers       The Journal of Special Education Volume 5, no. 2 summer 1971 Buttonwood Farms Inc. Summer 1971  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Journal Papers       The Journal of Special Education Volume 3, no.4 winter 1969   Winter 1969  
2012.039 PP/HDJ Journal Papers       Issues in Social Work Education Volume 7 No.2 The Association of Teachers in Social Work Education Winter 1987 ISSN 0261-4154
2012.039 PP/HDJ Paper       Social Educators      
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2012.039 PP/HDJ Notes       Child Care Method      
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Catalogued by Fiona Fees and Helen Moore, completed July 25, 2015

ARTHUR THOMAS BARRON

PP/ATB

 

1 PERSONAL

Pricing: House furnishings (1 page)

2 CORRESPONDENCE

Letter, W.E.A. Eastern District to A.T. Barron, 30.12.1947

3 LITERARY. Typescript and Manuscript notes and drafts for talks, lectures and papers.

1948

BARRON, Arthur T., "WEA Lectures 1948 - Halstead and Dunnow- Psychology and Human Behaviour - A.T. Barron", Blue exercise book.

1954

BARRON, Arthur T. "Review of Dr. Leo Angelo Spiegel's Acting Out and Defensive Instinctual Gratification in A.J. Psa. Vol I II No. 1 Jan 54" TS. With corrections for Delinquency Study Group

1958

Blue notebook, with notes. Includes MS draft, "Aggression in Puberty" [ATB]

Including 2 loose sheets;

"What is so special ..."

"There was little ..."

1960

BARRON, Arthur T., "The Problem of Psychotherapy in Residential Hostels and Schools for Maladjusted Children", April 1960, MS.

1961

i. BARRON, Arthur T., "Preparation of a Child for Placement", 1st draft, Lecture at County Hall 9.10.1961, MS.

ii. BARRON, Arthur T., "Preparation of Child for Placement", Lecture at County Hall 9.10.1961, TS.

1965

BARRON, Arthur T., "What is Planned Environmental Therapy", 29.1.1965, MS.

1966a

/1 Manuscript and Typescript notes and fragments of drafts

/2 1966a-i. "Notes for my talk to the environmental study group on Friday Next" [18 Feb 1966]. "The interaction of psychotherapy and planned environmental therapy". 2 copies. TS, with notes.

/3 1966a-ii. "Notes of my talk at the environmental study group. The interaction of psychotherapy and planned environmental therapy", 2 copies. TS, with notes.

/4 1966a-iii. "The Interaction of Psychotherapy and Planned Environmental Therapy"; "Paper given to the planned environmental therapy discussion group. January 21st 1966". 3 copies. TS, with notes.

/5 1966a-iv. "Paper given to the environmental study group". "The interaction of psychotherapy and planned environment therapy." "Proof correcting". TS, with notes.

/6 1966a-v. "1st draft. Public Lecture. Psychotherapy and Planned Environment Therapy". TS, with notes.

/7 1966a. Notes and comments by Marjorie Franklin. TSS

1966b

BARRON, Arthur T., "The Child in Society", R.C.N. at Sussex University 15.4.1966, MS notes

1967

i. BARRON, Arthur T., "Talk to the Annual Meeting of the New Educational Fellowship", Draft. TS.

ii. BARRON, Arthur T. "Planned Environment Therapy", New Education Fellowship, 3.1.1967. TS with MS notes.

1969

BARRON, Arthur T., "What is therapy - what is training?"

Talk to AWMC Easter Conference, 1969 (TS)

1970 [ATB delivered a paper on Wayward Youth to the Planned Environment Therapy Discussion Group on 17.7.1970. These have been placed here on that basis, assuming these are drafts towards or versions of that paper]

i. BARRON, Arthur T., MS notes on Aichorn's Wayward Youth

ii. BARRON, Arthur T., "Aichorn - born 27th July, 1878. An evaluation of his book, "Wayward Youth"", TS.

iii. BARRON, Arthur T., "Continuation on the paper on Aichorn's work", TS.

1971

i. BARRON, Arthur T., "Children's Needs. Lecture to N.C.H. Jan 1971", MS.

ii. BARRON, Arthur T., "Children's Needs", Lecture to National Children's Home, 15.1.1971, TS. with MS. notes.

1973

BARRON, Arthur T., "ATB Chairman's speech of welcome" MS notes, apparently concerning AWMC Conference April 16-19, 1973.

1974

BARRON, Arthur T., "Communicating with the child patient. Paper to be delivered at Dartington Hall, November, 1974" TS notes

1979

BARRON, Arthur T., "Care as Cure", David Wills Lecture 1979. TS, with notes.

U[NDATED]

/1 Preserving original grouping

BARRON, Arthur T., "Living With Diff. Child" "'Homes' Ancient and Modern", MS.

BARRON, Arthur T., "Living with Difficult Children", MS.

BARRON, Arthur T., "Part III Case Material", MS, one page.

BARRON, Arthur T., "Part III. (Text)" "Notes only", MS.

/2 BARRON, Arthur T., "The Role of the Psychotherapist in a Special School", TS with MS notes.

/3 BARRON, Arthur T., "Counter Transference in Residential Child Care", Paper read at Bristol University to the students of the Advanced Course in Residential Child Care, TS with MS notes.

/4 BARRON, Arthur T., "A Commentary on P.W.W.M.C...." Book review, of Pioneer Work With Maladjusted Children by Maurice Bridgeland, MS.

/5 BARRON, Arthur T., "Ps[ycho]a[nalysis] and delinquency", MS notes.

/6 BARRON, Arthur T., "Primary Process Thinking", MS.

/7 BARRON, Arthur T., "What is Therapy?", MS notes.

/8 FRAGMENTS (One)

- "Regression", 2pp.

- "The Second Approach - the therapeutics which was the one", 1p.

- "1st draft ATB contribution to -- Conference", 1p.

- diagram, 1p.

- "Does parental and other adults", 1p.

- "The fundamental model of CGC treatment", 1p.

- "Quote Dr. K.R. Eissler", 3pp., (pp2-4).

- diagram - classrooms, 1p.

- "Synopsis. Need for school to have structure", 2p.

- "Educational disturbance: emotions, affects, impulses", 1p. [This is the start of the second

paragraph. pink paper]

- "PETT 1972. Chapter Headings", 1p.

- "Make new file for uncompleted manuscripts by ATB", 4pp.

- addresses, 1p.

/9 FRAGMENTS (Two)

- "What is mental?", 1p.

- "however, go on with this line", 1p. (p.10)

- "Psychotherapy in Educational Establishments (Hampstead 6.11.68)", 1p.

- "it is my ego: not primary processes", 1p.

- "The presence of an adult", 1p.

- "5/ Let us consider the impact of the appointment of a psychotherapist", 1p.

- "A.T.B. Note for MEF's paper", 2pp.

- "Footnote by A.T. Barron", 1p.

- "Relationships", 3pp.

- "Environmental Therapy Group. In present atmosphere of reform..." 1p.

- "Distinctive practices. Insert A", 1p.

- "Research into methods of Training "Caring" staff of Residential establishments", 1p.

- "There are as many variations of psychotherapy as there are practitioners", 1p.

/10 BARRON, A.T., "New Era. The First three boys to come to Q Camps for Boys" MS notes

/11 BARRON, A.T., "Psychotherapy with children" TS notes

/12 BARRON, A.T., "The role of the psychotherapist in a special school" TS: MS additions

/13 BARRON, A.T., "The Correlation of Planned Environment Therapy and Psychotherapy." TS notes

/14 BARRON, Arthur T., "Living with difficult Children." TS with MS corrections

/15 BARRON, Arthur T., "Living with Difficult Children Part II. The use of Transference in Residential Treatment and where it leads." TS with MS additions

4 PROFESSIONAL

/1 Copies of receipts for professional services. R.I.N.D. 1984-1985

/2 Memos by ATB

- "Staff as Whole", MS. notes.

- "Problems related to admission", MS notes.

/3 Warleigh Manor School Manual

/1 Manila folder: "Assessment and Treatment Manual" "Draft 1." "Sinclair Spec. M/D 6 MANA 1"

/2 Plastic folder: "Arthur T. Barron. August 1984. Draft for Editing"

/3 Paper-clipped draft and notes. "M/D 3 MAN0tt"

/4 Various

- "Case Conferences" TS. Names and dates.

- Request for information, TS letter.

- "Punch cards"

- "4 Oct 1972. [name redacted]

- "Follow-up Study of Thornchace Children", TS., single sheet.

/5 Starhurst Study: Drafts, diagrams, reports, 1953-1966

/6 Curriculum vitae of ATB: 1947

/7 "Provisional notes on guide to diagnosis. (Based on discussion with Miss Freud)" TS

5 MISCELLANEOUS

/1 Leaflet: "Psychological Services for Children in London - From Burt to Underwood"

- "The Rorschach Method of Personality Diagnosis.

Individual Record Blank"

/2 Papers from 4/5

- Rosemary Lilley: "A scheme for the Treatment of Small Group of Pre-School children, in a Day Care Setting, by means of therapeutic/Developmental Child Care" TS Photocopy, May 1976

- Rosemary Lilley: "The Practical Implications of setting up the Proposed Therapeutic Group at Wick House Day Care Centre. (Supplement to the Paper dated May 1976". TS photocopy

- Schwarz, Hedwig: "Report on the Work of the Study Group on Problems of Delinquency": Read on June 19th 1963 at the Hampstead Child Therapy Clinic" Extensively corrected/edited [by ATB?]

/3 Magazine article: "A visit to Dr. Freud" Observer Magazine, 8.10.1978

/4 BEEDELL, Chris. "General Training for residential work with children and young people". Reprinted from the Approved Schools Gazette, December 1962

 

The following articles from the Arthur T. Barron Collection have been placed in the general Articles collection of the Library.

P/C=Photocopy

O/P=Offprint

 

Papers by Arthur T. Barron

1943

BARRON, Arthur T., "Practical Work at the Camp", A.T. Barron, in Q-Camp: An Experiment in Group Living With Maladjusted and Anti-Social Young Men. (1943). 32-39

1960

BARRON, Arthur T., "The Problem of Psychotherapy in Residential Hostels and Schools for Maladjusted Children", April 1960, P/C:TS. No record of where presented. P/C.

1962

BARRON, Arthur T., "Preparing a Child for Placement", The New Era 43:2 (1962), 29-33, P/C.

1963

BURLINGHAM, Dorothy and Arthur T. BARRON, "A Study of Identical Twins", Psychoanalytic Study of the child Vol. 18 (1963), 367-423, P/C.

1966

BARRON, Arthur T., "Second Report on 'Philip'", Hampstead Child Therapy Clinic, Delinquency Study Group, 8.6.1966, P/C:TS.

1967

BARRON, Arthur T., "Paper given on Planned Environment Therapy", Arthur T. Barron, to New Education Fellowship, London, 3.1.1967, P/C:TS.

1971

BARRON, Arthur T., "Children's Needs", lecture to National Children's Homes, 15.1.1971, P/C:TS.

1973

BARRON, Arthur T., "Psychotherapy and Planned Environment Therapy", Studies in Environment Therapy, Vol. 2 (1973), 42-54. P/C.

1974

BARRON, Arthur T., "Communicating With the Child Patient", delivered at Dartington Hall, November 1974.

P/C:TS.

BARRON, Arthur T., Rev. of "Normality and Pathology in Childhood (Anna Freud)", Journal of the Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children 2:2 (1974), 115-117,

P/C.

1980

BARRON, Arthur T., "Care as Cure", Journal of the Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children 8:1 (1980), 1-16, P/C. David Wills Lecture 1979.

1982

BARRON, Arthur T. and Rosemary D. LILLEY, "Therapeutic Social Work", delivered to Hampstead Child Therapy Clinic, 27.10.1982, P/C:TS.

BARRON, Arthur T., "A Psychopathology of Social Deprivation", delivered to Hampstead Child Therapy Clinic, 26.5.1982, P/C:TS. With PC of letter to ATB from Anna Freud, 7.1.1982.

Papers by Other Persons

ALLEN, Frederick H., "Aggression in relation to Emotional Development, Normal and Pathological", International Conference on Child Psychiatry, 11.8.1948,

O/P

BOWLBY, John, "An Ethological Approach to Research in Child Development", read at AGM of the British Psychological Society, St. Andrews, 1957, TS. 3 copies.

CLOUT, Ivan, "Psychiatric Illness in a New Town Practice", from The Lancet, 31.3.1962, 683-685, O/P.

CRAWFORD, J.A., "The Child Within", AWMC Conference 1968, May 1968, TS

DANN, D.E., "The Function of the Day Class in the Education and Treatment of Maladjusted Children", Wessex Inter-Clinic Conference, Worthing, June 1959, TS. 2 copies.

DOCKAR-DRYSDALE, B.E., "The Problem of Making Adaptation to the Needs of the Individual Child in a Group", TS. 3 copies

DOCKAR-DRYSDALE, B.E., "Inter-Professional Collaboration: II. The Outsider and the Insider in a Therapeutic School", TS

DOCKAR-DRYSDALE, B.E., "The Residential Treatment of 'Frozen' Children", TS

DOCKAR-DRYSDALE, B.E., "Notes on Selection", TS

DOCKAR-DRYSDALE, B.E., "The Provision of Primary Experience in a Therapeutic School", TS

DOCKAR-DRYSDALE, B.E., "Problems Arising in the Communication of Stress", AWMC Conference 1968, May 1968. TS

FIELD, E.M., "Day Educational Treatment of Maladjusted Children at the Remedial Centre, Worthing, 1970/71", TS

HAMBLIN, Douglas, "A Brief Description of Educational Practice and Theory at the Mulberry Bush School", August 1962, TS

LANTOS, Barbara, "The Two Genetic Derivations of Aggression with Reference to Sublimation and

Neutralization" from International Journal of Psycho-Analysis", 39:2-4 (1958), 1-5, O/P

LOMAX-SIMPSON, Josephine, "Practical Ways of Fulfilling Some of the Needs of the Child in Care", modification of lecture given to the Kent Child Care Staff, 1.11.1962,

TS

NICHOLS, Ruth, Mary PARKER, B.W. FOXLEY, "School Phobia: A Survey of Some Aspects", TS

PARROTT, Joyce, "Officials and Persons", from Case Conference 9:10 (1963), 271-274, O/P

PRYER, Tony, "This is an attempt to think over my experience of residential work during the past 18 months...", AWMC, MS

ROBINSON, V. [?], "School Phobia", TS

SAUNDERS, E.R., "In Defence of Aggression", Midlands Discussion Group, 2.9.1968, TS

WEAVER, Anthony, "Integrative Networks" and "Treatment of Maladjusted Children", with Questionnaire, Autumn 1963

WILLS, David, "Closing Address", AWMC Conference 1968, May 1968, TS

Placed with Journals

Deprivation": Papers given at the 26th Child Guidance Inter-Clinic Conference 20th and 21st March 1970, NAMH, TS

- HEARD, Dorothy, "Deprivation: Views Past and Present".

- POWER, Michael, "Social Deprivation - family, school and neighbourhood influences".

- WILSON, Mary, "Deprived children in residential settings".

- WOLFF, Sula, "Treatment: A clinician's viewpoint".

Placed with Books

CHILDREN BILL [H.L.] 18.12.1947

PP/ATB/PETT
ARTHUR T. BARRON'S PAPERS related to the
PLANNED ENVIRONMENT THERAPY TRUST

including PP/ATB/PETT/MEF: Papers related to Marjorie Franklin

 

1 STUDIES IN ENVIRONMENT THERAPY

/1 Subscriptions

- Correspondence 1969-1971

- Mailing List for Volume 2

/2 Editorial Correspondence:

- DANN, George (1968)

- DOCKAR-DRYSDALE, B.E. (1969-1970)

- LASLETT, Robert (1969)

- WINNICOTT, Clare (1968)

/3 Draft list of contents

/4 " Facts". ATB's notes on Trust's handling of the publication of his public lecture, "Psychotherapy

and Planned Environmental Therapy", 1973

2 MISCELLANEOUS

- P.E.T.T. information leaflets.

- "with compliments" slips

 

PP/ATB/PETT (MEF)

Personal papers of Arthur Barron, as part of his Planned Environment Therapy Trust Collection, relating to Trust-Founder Marjorie Franklin

These are papers by Marjorie Ellen Franklin, in typescript, some with manuscript notes by MEF and/or ATB. Some, if not all, were given to ATB for possible publication in Studies in Environment Therapy . It may be that some were gathered up after MEF's death when the possibility of an edited volume of her papers was being explored by the Trust. They have been arranged by date.

1948

FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "An Outline of the Principles and Methods Proposed to Be Employed by Children's Social Adjustment At Their Hostel-School", September 1948, TS.

1962 [Assigned date]

WILLS, W. David, Arthur T. BARRON and Marjorie FRANKLIN, "Draft. Confidential. Dear ----" re starting P.E.T. discussion group. TS and letter.

1965a

FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "Minor Constituents of P.E.T. and also Some Constituents of Importance that seem to have been under-emphasised from the point of view of planned environmental therapy", 24.9.1965, TS. 2 copies.

1965b

FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "Sketch for a paper...addenda to 'the inherent impulse towards health", attached to a copy of "Minor Constituents of P.E.T...", TS.

1965c

i. FRANKLIN, Marjorie "The Meaning of Planned Environmental Therapy", AWMC 6.11.1965, TS. with ATB notes

ii. FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "The Meaning of Planned Environmental Therapy", 8.11.1965, TS.

iii. FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "The Meaning of Planned Environmental Therapy", TS., with correspondence with printer re estimate.

1967a

i. FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "The Application of Planned Environmental Therapy to the Relationship Between Causation and Treatment, With Some Suggestions for Research", 15.9.1967[?], TS. Includes notes

ii. FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "The Application of Planned Environment Therapy to The Relationship Between Causation and Therapy with Some Suggestions for Research", September 1967, TS. [Includes fragment, above] 2 copies

1967b

FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "Discussion Groups", 1967. With MS letter to ATB, 11.12.1967, TS.

1969a

FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "Education and Planned Environment Therapy: How Do Residential Hostels, Hostel-Schools and Day-Schools for Maladjusted Children Differ in Relation to Planned Environment Therapy?", 18.4.1969, TS. with notes.

1969b

FRANKLIN, Marjorie, "With MEF's compliments", 9.6.1969, TS., Fragment.

U[ndated]

FRANKLIN, Marjorie "Musings on the part that Planned Environmental Therapy can play as a Constituent of a Therapeutic Unit", TS. with notes

Part of accession number 2007.061, this cyclo-styled, cardboard-cover document comes from a collection of books and other publications in the Library of P.E.T.T. founding Trustee Arthur Barron, given to the Archive and Study Centre in 2007 by his wife Margaret Barron.

 

2009_047_01

 

Multiple accessions include:

  • Acc. No. 2006.014  Maxwell Jones reading 'Society & the Sociopath' 1960-61.
  • Acc. No. 2006.014 Off air recording: People Need People

'Arborescent Flora'

 

The original 'Arborescent Flora', a map of the living grounds of Shotton Hall School in Shropshire, was created by Danny Beath in 1975 during his time as a child there. During a visit to PETT in 2011, as part of the "Therapeutic Living With Other People's Children" project, Danny recorded the story of the map and memories of his time at Shotton. On his next visit he presented us with a framed digitally re-constructed print of the map which now hangs in the Archive and Study Centre.

 

Press play to hear an excerpt of Danny's audio

 

 

shottonflora

 

Danny was well known for punctuating his stories with life-like sound effects.  In this story about a lawnmower derby, he recalls how he lost the school's ride-on mower and the unlikely circumstances when, years later, he found out what became of it.

 

 

Danny died suddenly and unexpectedly in January 2013.  His early interest in botany had led to a PhD in Ecology which saw him travel the world, and also influenced his work as an award-winning photographer. Self-taught, he won the Sunday Times Magazine's Choice award in the Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition in November 2012. He also worked with young people with autism and aspergers.  We first met Danny when he visited PETT as part of a Shotton Hall event during our 'Therapeutic Living With Other People's Children' project ; and he returned several times, bringing enormous life, energy and enthusiasm. We were shocked and saddened by his death: He was always such an engaging presence and we feel very lucky to have spent some time with, and had our lives changed by, him.

 

 

 

In February 1968, during his  first year at Long Grove Hospital as a probationer clinical psychologist, David Kennard spent just under two weeks at the Henderson Hospital in London, the pioneering therapeutic community in adult psychiatry. How he came to hear of the Henderson and how he came to arrange the visit he doesn't remember: but it was an immensely important experience, which shaped his subsequent career. Included here are three of fifteen pages of typescript and manually annotated notes of David Kennard's visit, written at the time. A copy of the full document is available at the Archive, with some access restrictions.

In 1983, fifteen years after his visit to the Henderson, David Kennard's influential "An Introduction to Therapeutic Communities" was published by Routledge and Kegan Paul in the International Library of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process series. An equally influential new edition was published by Jessica Kingsley in 1998.

 Photographs of Reiden Wood House therapeutic community near Hawkinge in Kent (1969-1980)

Gift of Damien McLellan (acc. 2012.142)

See also Damien McLellan's 1998 thesis, "Effecting Change Within Residential Child Care"

2012 142 01 008

 

 

2012 142 02 01

 

 

2012 142 03 01

 

 

2012 142 03 14

 

 

2012 142 03 04

 

 

2012 142 03 06

 

 

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Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre

Acc. No.

2005.056

 

Catalogue No.

PP/JBI

 

Personal Papers of Joshua Bierer

Some material in this collection can not be made available to researchers 

Cat/List No.

Title and Description

Covering Dates

No. of items

1

Articles and Reprints

   

1.1

General Articles by Joshua Bierer

   

1.1.1

Reprint: Stilboestrol in Out-Patient Treatment of Sexual Offenders: A Case Report: J Bierer & G.A. van Someren. BMJ, Apr. 22. 1950, Vol i. P.35

1950

 

1.1.2

TS: Thoughts on Social Psychiatry. The Progress of Day Hospitals

 

 

1.1.3

Reprint: Some Experiments in Social and Clinical Psychiatry in Great Britain: Memorial Research Monographs Naka. 1960. Annotated

1960

 

1.1.4

Reprint: To Be or Not To Be – That is the Question. To be Yourself or Not to Be Yourself: Int. Journal Social Psychiatry, Vol 22. No. 3

n.d.

 

1.1.5

Reprint: The great Train Robbery: Int. Journal Social Psychiatry, Vol 23. No. 4

n.d.

 

1.1.6

Reprint: Must We Label People? Int. Journal Social Psychiatry, Vol. 22. No. 3

n.d.

 

1.1.7

TS: The Movement Towards Social Psychiatry Address to the Plenary Session of the First International Congress of Social Psychiatry, 17.8.1964, London

1964

 

1.1.8

TS: Survival (Guilt) Neurosis: British Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol. 4

n.d.

 

1.1.9

TS: The Rationale of the Irrational Behaviour of the So-Called Rational Society.: Lecture for 3rd Congress

n.d.

 

1.1.10

TS: Untitled paper on Social Psychiatry

n.d.

 

1.1.11

TS: Progress in British Social Psychiatry: Nov. 1967

1967

 

1.1.12

TS: Follow-up of Psychotherapeutic Work in the In- and Out-patient Departments of a Public Mental Hospital:

NOTE: Very faint

 

n.d.

 

1.1.13

TS: The Treatment of Schizophrenic Patients: Annotated.

“Lecture”

n.d.

 

1.1.14

TS: From Psychiatry to Social Psychiatry. 31.1.67

Annotated

1967

 

1.1.15

TS: Part untitled article (1st page missing).

n.d.

 

1.1.16

Reprint: Death – Unacceptable Problem or Acceptable Fact: Int. J. Soc. Psych. Vol. 21 No. 1

 

 

1.1.17

Reprint: The Recording of Psychotherapeutic Sessions: Its Value in Teaching, Research and Treatment: The Lancet, June 19 1948 pp.957-958

 

2 copies

1.1.18

TS: Joshua Bierer’s Biosophical Approach to Diagnosis and Prevention of Dis-Ease

 

3 copies

1.1.19

Reprint: Vision, Dream or Misconception. Int. J. Soc. Psy., Vol. IV, No. 3, Winter 1958

1958

 

1.1.20

Reprint: Group Psychotherapy, BMJ, 14.2.1942 vol.i

Annotated

1942

 

1.1.21

Reprint: An Experiment with a Psychiatric Night Hospital, with Ivor W. Browne. Proceedings of Royal Society of Medicine, Nov. 1960, Vol. 53, No. 11

1950

 

1.1.22

Reprint: Critical Analysis in Some Concepts in Present Day Psychotherapy. Ptroceedings of Second International Congress of Group Psychotherapy, Zurich, August 29-31, 1957

1957

 

1.2

Articles by others

   

1.2.1

Orbital Leucotomy: A review of Cases: Geoffrey C. Knight and R.F. Tredgold.: Lancet, 14.5.1955

1955

 

1.2.2

Therapeutic Social Clubs, Day Hospitals etc. Reprint of speech to the House of Commons by Julian Snow, M.P., 17.3.1950. HMSO

1950

 

2

Marlborough Day Hospital

   

2.1

Reprint: Day Hospitals: Further Developments. Int. J. Soc. Psych. Vol. VII No. 2.1 copy annotated,Includes MS notes 1961 2 copies
2.2 TS: The Day Hospital

With MS notes

n.d.  
2.3 TS and MS: Day Hospitals And Part Time Hospitalisation Therapy.Annotated n.d.  
2.4

Reprints:

  • The Day Hospital: Therapy in a Guided Democracy: Mental Hospitals, A.P.A. 1962

  • Great Britain’s Therapeutic Social Clubs: Mentals Hospitals, A.P.A. April 1962

  • Past, Present and Future: Int. J. Soc. Psych. Vol VI No. 3, Autumn 1960 [Annotated]

  • Day Hospitals and Community Care: Comprehensive Psychiatry, Vol. 4. No. 6, December 1963

1960-63 4 reprints2 copies
2.5

Related papers:-

  • TS: Theory and Practice of Psychiatric Day Hospitals

  • MS: The Weekend Hospital

  • TS: Rick, Rack, Rock

  • TS: Community Psychiatry

  • TS: Psychiatric Clinics and Community Centres: Today and Tomorrow [Slightly torn]

  • TS: The Nurse in the Psychiatric Night Hospital [Torn paper]

  • TS: History of Day Wards

  • Untitled TS

  • Proposal of Research Project in Psychiatry to be carried out at the Marlborough Day Hospital

  • Part Time Hospitalisation

  • TS: An Experiment with a Psychiatric Night Hospital

  2 copies
2.6

Booklet: The Day Hospital – An Experiment in Social Psychiatry and Syntho-Analytic Psychotherapy: London, 1951

1951 2 copies
2.7

Report of Medical Director and Assistant Secretary, 11th February, 1958

1958  
2.8

Bibliography

1935-65

 

3

British Association of Psychotherapists

   

3.1

Newsletter: July 1974

1974

 

4

Autobiography

   

4.1

TS Synopsis

   

4.2

Annotated TS Chapters for “A Peddler of Dreams”:-

  • Page 1 [Biography – Sent to Hudolin 25/8/1970]

  • The Beginning

  • My Early Life continued 1901-1914, Vienna

  • 1920” [February 1974]

  • 1923”

  • Chapter 6 – The Fifties. “The Return of the Repressed”

  • 1964”

  • Chapter 9: A Confession of Faith

1901-64

 

4.3

Annotated TS papers marked “J.B’s Autobiography – Duplicates:

  • Introduction [Dec. 1973]

  • Peddler” (5) 1920. Travel to Palestine and Kibbutzim

  • Peddlerof Dreams”(5) 1923

  • Chapter 2, “The First Experiment in Social Psychiatry” [2 copies]

  • Chapter 3, “Under Rumanian Occupation”- Rumania, 1917 [2 copies]

  • Chapter 4. 1923 Mikveh – Israel [2 copies]

  • Cases of Schizophrenia” 1925

  • Austria 1938-9

  • Vienna” [Jan. 1974]

  • Now To Be Nice”

1917-39

 

4.4

Miscellaneous related annotated TS papers

  • I Background and Early Life.

  • Miscellaneous insertions and notes

  • Palestine

  • Life

  • Beginning of First Chapter

  • Day Hospitals: far too polemic

  • Vienna 1938

  • Chapter 3, Biosophy [2 copies]

  • Untitled excerpts ``

 

 

4.5

Folder marked “Autobiography – Handwritten notes, letters with publisher, containing:

  • Provisional Plan - TS

  • Correspondence with publishers

  • Miscellaneous related correspondence

  • MS and TS notes

 

 

4.6

TS Chapters, with covering notes:

  • Title page, dedication, Foreword and Chapter 1

  • Chapter 1, marked Spare

  • Preparation (c.1901-1914)

 

 

4.7

Agreement with Dennis Kelly

 

 

4.8

Annotated TS Chapters 1 – 12 , together with Provisional and Awful Blurb.

 

 

4.9

Additional extracts:

  • Title page

  • Dedication

  • Foreword and Chapter 1

  • Chapter 10 onwards (annotated)

 

2 copies

2 copies

2 copies

4.10

Annotated TS and MS drafts:

 

 

4.10.1

Contents, Foreword and Chapter 1

 

 

4.10.2

Contents and Foreword

 

3 copies

4.10.3

Chapter 1: “Is Psychiatry Any Use?”

 

2 copies

4.10.4

Chapter 2: “War and Revolution

 

4 copies

4.10.5

Chapter 3: “Palestine and the Promised Land”

 

3 copies

4.10.6

Chapter 4: “Vienna and Alfred Adler

 

4 copies

4.10.7

Chapter 5: “Hitler, England and the British Army

 

1 copy

4.10.8

Chapter 6: “The Sexual Comedy”

 

1 copy

4.10.9

Chapter 7: “The Birth of Social Psychiatry

 

1 copy

4.10.10

Chapter 8: “Money and Suicide

 

1 copy

4.10.11

Chapter 9:”Children, Love and Marriage

 

2 copies

4.10.12

Chapter 10: “Psychopaths: True Tales, but Not For the Squeamish

 

1 copy

4.10.13

Chapter 12: “Schizophrenia: An “Opting-Out and an Opting-In Process

 

5 copies

4.10.14

Chapter 13: “Biosophy, A New Philosophy of Life?

 

5 copies

4.10.15

Miscellaneous unidentified related drafts

   

4.10.16

Contents, Foreword and “Blurb”

   

4.11

Miscellaneous TS and MS annotated notes and drafts

`

   

5

Patient files [CLOSED]

   

5.1

[There is one patient file, which is closed]

CONFIDENTIAL

1973-4

 
       

6

Scrapbooks and Albums

   

6.1

Album entitled “Newspaper cuttings”, containing press clippings, articles etc. relating to JB and items of interest

1950-1983

 

6.2

Scrapbook containing press clippings, typescripts by or about JB, or topics of interest

1950-1964

 

7

Material relating to the Shift Hospital

 

 

7.1

Reprints:

  • Death- Unacceptable Problem or Acceptable Fact Int. J. soc. Psych. Vol. 21 No.1.

  • Great Britain’s Therapeutic Social Clubs. Mental Hospitals, Apr. 1962, American Psychiatric Association

  • Die therapeutischen Social Clubs. Zeitschrift für Psychotherapie und medizinische psychologie, Mar. 1950

  • The Therapeutic Community Hostel. Int.J. Soc. Psych. Vol VII No. 1 1961

  • The Total Separation Treatment. Int.J. Soc. Psych. Vol. 22 No. 3

  • Therapeutic Social clubs

 

2 copies

7.2

Booklet: Joshua Bierer, man and personality. On his election as Corresponding Member of the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Alcoholism, Zagreb, 1970

   

7.3

Papers relating to the Hospital:

  • The “Shift” Hospital and the “Community” Hospital. TS

  • That most Mental Hospitals meet the needs neither of their patients, nor of the Community they serve. Annotated TS

  • Hospital or Community Service. TS

  • Planning of Future Mental Health Services. Annotated TS. 1960

  • Psychiatric Clinics And Community Centres Today and Tomorrow. TS

   

7.4

Miscellaneous related papers:

  • Suicide. Annotated TS

  • About Some Experiments in Present Day Psychiatry & Psychotherapy. 1953, TS

  • Social and Group Psychotherapy, TS

   

8

Miscellaneous Papers and Drafts

   

8.1

Complete TS papers:-

  • The Attitude of Man to People Suffering Nervous Diseases Throughout the Ages

  • The Development of Modern Dynamic Psychotherapy

  • Teaching the Principles of Mental Health in Relation to the Future of the Mental Health Services

   
 
  • Group Psychotherapy and the Environment [2 copies]

  • Caveas Consules” (A Critical Review of the “Third Psychiatric Revolution”)

  • Indications and Limitations of Group Psychotherapy

  • Some Developments in British Psycbiatry During the last Thirty Years

  • Prospects for Long Stay Patients

  • Are You Normal?

  • Peace and War

  • Depression as a Defence Mechanism in Mania

  • Social and Community Psychiatry: its Birth and Development

  • Hospitals, Psychiatric Out-Patient Departments, General Psychiatric Hospitals, etc.

  • Abolishment and Replacement of Mental Hospitals: “Madness” does not exist.

  • What is Social Psychiatry to me?

  • Past, Present and Future

   

8.2

Papers Presented to the Messenger House Trust:

  • Memories of My Brother or Re-finding siblings in Care

  • Belonging to the Large Group within the Messenger House Trust and Hutchinson Settlement

   

8.3

Drafts and part-papers:

  • Draft: The Total Separation Treatment. May 1976

  • Introduction: Why should a man be encouraged by h is friends to write his Autobiography?

  • Synopsis: Functional Decentralisation or Comprehensive Integration. IV World Congress of Psychiatry, Madrid 1966

  • Introduction [No title]

  • P.17 [No title]

  • P.32 [No title]

  • Explanation. Annotated.

   

8.4

Review: of Therapeutic Social Clubs, Ed. J.Bierer.

   

8.5

Bibliography

   

8.6

Lectures: (TS, some annotated)

  • Lecture given to the West Middlesex Chemists’ Association. No Title. 21.1.1958

  • The Biosophy of Contradiction n.d.

  • The Treatment of Schizophrenic Patients n.d.

  • Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: 21.8.1960

   

9

Work on Drugs

   
 

Reports and Case summaries related to Studies of LSD. Includes:-

  • TS paper: The Rationale of the Irrational Behaviour of the So-called Rational Society.

  • TS and MS notes

  • TS paper: First Experience with L.S.D.

  • Annotated reports

  • Case histories and summaries

  • Correspondence

  • Transcript of group sessions and discussions

  • Extracts from various related articles

   

10

International Journal of Social Psychiatry

   

10.1

Vol. 23 No. 3. Autumn 1977

Annotated

1977

 

10.2

Miscellaneous related papers

   

11

Miscellaneous correspondence

   

11.1

Tenancy agreement

   

11.2

Correspondence re: publications

   

11.3

Compliment slip

   

12

Miscellaneous material

   

12.1

Material relating to Much About Nothing by Denis Kelly: Includes:

  • Correspondence

  • Annotated drafts

   

12.2

Anonymous Piece found in Old St Paul’s Church, Baltimore, dated 1692

   

13

British Association of Social Psychiatry

   

13.1

Seminar timetable, “Counselling for Today and Tomorrow”

1972

 

Teatowels

A collection of teatowels, mugs, medals and cotton tote-bags, most of which come from the Josephine Lomax-Simpson Collection. Josephine Lomax-Simpson was a psychiatrist whose signature prescription was for Smarties, and whose phrases for her work included "Continuity of Concern" and "Continuity of Community".

 

PP/JSW

Personal Papers of J. Stuart Whiteley relating to the Association of Therapeutic Communities and the annual Windsor Conference

Acc. No. 1999.050

 

Cat./List No.

Item No.

Title and Description

Covering Dates

No. of items

PP/JSW/1

 

Cardboard Box marked “Windsor Conference”, containing:

1978-1998

1 box

         

PP/JSW/1

1

Manila wallet marked “Anglo Dutch Windsor Conference 1978” containing material related to the 1978 Windsor conference.

Includes:

1978

1 folder

PP/JSW/1

1.1

Programme

List of Participants

MS notes

   

PP/JSW/1

1.2

Conference papers, including:

  • All in the Family”, Jongerius, P.J. [2 copies]

  • Selections of Patients versus Selection of Methods in a Therapeutic Community”: O’Brien, Maja

  • Some methodological problems sin the Comparative Sociological Study of Psychological communities”: Bloor, M.

  • ““Real” and “Abstracted” Network Relationships in Social Psychiatry”: Crocket, R.

  • Residential Treatment – a Total Therapy”: Rose, Melvyn

  • The Contract”: Bourne, Harold

  • A Hierarchical Model”: Kennard, David

  • The Therapeutic Community Today in the Penal Service”: Unknown

  • Untitled paper: “You all obviously received ….”: Rose, Melvyn

  • An approach to Personal Growth in the Therapeutic community”: Millard, David

  • The Rijnland Model”: Bierenbroodspot, Peter

   

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1.2

Cont

  • The Relationship between large group meetings and patients’ estimates of tension”: Traver, T.

  • The Relationship between large group meetings and patients’ estimates of tension”: Traver, T.

  • Longitudinal research on the results of therapy”: Wagenborg, J.E.A

  • Differences and Similarities between Therapeutic Communities. Preliminary notes on a reverted use of self-report data”: de Natris, P

  • Untitled paper: “This article is about the use of social group work …” Foster, Angela

  • The Idea of Social Networks”: Crocket, R.

  • The Therapeutic Community as a Network Pattern”: Hinshelwood, R. & Manning, N. P.

  • Therapeutic Developments in the Psychiatric Hospital”: Mandelbrote, Bertram

NOTE: Much of this material is marked and annotated.

   

PP/JSW/1

1.3

Programme and application form for Xith International Congress of Psychotherapy

1979

 

 

Cat./List No.

Item No.

Title and Description

Covering Dates

No. of items

PP/JSW/1

2

Manila folder marked “Windsor 1980: Stuart Whiteley”, and covered with MS notes, containing related material.

Includes:

1980

1 folder

PP/JSW/1

2.1

Miscellaneous related material, including:

Histories of ATC and Therapeutic Communities

Conference timetable

List of participants

MS notes

   

PP/JSW/1

2.2

Conference papers, including:

  • Counselling and Treatment of the Parents along with Residential Treatment of Adolescents”: Eykman, Hans

  • Coatstands and Whales”: Hinshelwood, R.D

  • The SESAR Project”: Unknown

  • Family and Partner Therapy in the Psychotherapeutic Day Centre in Amsterdam”: Leuw, Bertje

  • On being a good enough Staff Member”: Meinrath, Monica & Roberts, J.P

   

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2.2

cont

  • The Effects of Working in a Therapeutic Community on Staff and their Careers”: Keller, Anthea

  • Mechanisms of Defence in Entering and leaving a Therapeutic Community”: Unknown

  • Staff Adjustment and Administrative Resistance: The Shock-wave of Change from Community Home to Therapeutic Community”: Adams, Rodney

  • Psychodramatherapy Based on Depth Psychology and the Therapeutic Community": Ploeger, A

NOTE: Much of this material has been marked or annotated.

   
   

 

   

PP/JSW/1

3

Manila folder marked “Windsor 1979” containing conference papers. Includes:

  • The Place of Diagnostic Procedures in the psychotherapeutic community”: de Klerk-Roscam, J.

  • Failures and Successes in Developing Therapeutic Communities: Findings from a Five Year Study of a Voluntary Organisation”: Norris, Margaret

  • Pharmacotherapy in the Therapeutic Community: A Necessary Evil?”: Hartman, Jan

  • Suicide and Therapeutic community”: Unknown

  • The Search for Equality in an Adolescent Unit”: Etkin, H.

  • A Nurses’ Eye View of Colwood”: Unknown

  • Therapeutic Community Training Needs”: Kennard, David

  • Problems and preliminary results of the Follow-up project in 8 psychotherapeutic communities in the Netherlands”: Hesselink, A.J. & Gazendam, A. [2 copies]

  • The ‘DeOosthoek-conflict’ (1970-1971)”: Bierenbroodspot, Peter

  • Back to the Front Line”: van de Lande, J.

  • Culverlands House: The Closure of a Therapeutic Community by outside Authority”: Christie, Ian

  • - “Introduction to and development of the Follow-up project in 8 psychotherapeutic Communities in the Netherlands”: van de Lande, J.L. & Wagenborg, J.E.A.

1979

1 file

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3

cont

  • The Implications of the Erosion of Authority in a Therapeutic Community”: Grinberg, Sheema Rankin

  • A Community’s Death and its Dynamics”: Hinshelwood, R.D.

  • The Closure of Paddington Day Hospital”: Hall, Mary

  • On Palalysis”: v.Dalfsen, J.W

  • A Formula for Identifying Styles of Community Work”: Norris, Margaret

  • Movement Therapy in a Nutshell”: Oostlander, Pieter

NOTE: Much of this material is marked or annotated.

1979

 
         

PP/JSW/1

4

Manila folder marked “Windsor 1981”, containing related material.

MS notes on folder.

Includes:

1981

1 file

PP/JSW/1

4.1

List of participants

Details about Cumberland Lodge

   

PP/JSW/1

4.2

Conference papers. Includes:

 

  • The psychotherapeutic communities in Belgium and the psychotherapeutic community at Kortenberg”: Verhaest, S.

  • "Conflicts in Starting Therapeutic Communities": Pullen, G.P

  • Movement Therapy in a Psychotherapeutic Community”; Oostlander, Pieter

  • The current state of therapeutic communities in West Germany”: Flegel, Horst

  • "Charisma - Reality or Illusion": Adams, Dr. Rodney

  • Group Therapy Techniques Using Video Equipment”: Unknown

  • "The Institution's Own Sickness": Hinshelwood, R.D

  • Description of Choosing-behaviour of Groups in Art-therapy”: Visser, Kees

 

NOTE: Much of this material is marked or annotated

   
         

PP/JSW/1

5

Manila folder marked “Windsor Conference Papers 1984”, containing related material.

Includes:

1984

1 file

PP/JSW/1

5.1

List of participants

Conference programme

Brochure for Cumberland Lodge

   

PP/JSW/1

5.2

Conference papers: Includes:

  • In Conversation with Maxwell Jones”: Barraclough, Brian

  • The Therapeutic Community in Local Government Services”: McLaughlin, David P

  • Working on Housing, Work, Study, Recreation and Finance: Part and Parcel of a Clinical Psychotherapeutic Treatment”: Adrichem, Nico

  • Continuous Experimentation as Policy in a Therapeutic Community”: Cook, Richard and Earnshaw, Judith

  • The Large Group in Action”: Whiteley, J. Stuart

  • Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Adolescent Populations in a Therapeutic Community”: Schneider, Stanley

  • Leaving Home as a Theme in a Therapeutic Community”: Wilson, J.

  • Contracts in the Sociotherapy”: Elewaut, Mimi

  • The Contract in Treatment”: Burger, M.

  • The Art of Living”: van Dalfsen, J.W. and Feijtel, M.

  • Profiling the Learning Environment”: Hawkins, Peter

  • Some Reflections on Individual Therapy in a Therapeutic Community or Therapeutic Milieu”: Hyde, Keith R

  • Towards a Further Integration of Social Work in Veluweland”: den Hertog, J.M

  • What Works?”: Kickert, Patrick

  • A Biographical Note”: Berke, Joseph H.

  • Models of Institutional Change - A Preliminary Sketch”: Kennard, David

  • Large Group Supervision”: Pullen, G.P.

  • The therapist as facilitator of childhood revival, relearning and insight of Therapeutic Community”: Flegel, Horst

  • Rituals of Transition in a Psychotherapeutic Community”: Colijn, Sjoerd

  • Art Therapy in the Vondelstraat”: Labruyere, Noortje

  • Characteristics of PTCs: what patients think about it”: Hesselink, A.J

   

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5.2

cont

  • What are the Results of a Treatment at "De Maas"?”: Schoonen, Marja and van der Velden, Bert

  • Short-Term Residential psychotherapy: Psychotherapy in a Nutshell”:: Bolten, M..P.

NOTE: Much of this material has been marked or annotated.

 

   
         

PP/JSW/1

6

Green folder labelled: “Xith Windsor Conference: 19-22 September, 1988”, containing related material.

 

Includes:

1988

 

PP/JSW/1

6.1

Conference Programme

List of Participants

   

PP/JSW/1

6.2

Conference papers.

Includes:

  • What is Therapeutic in a Therapeutic Community?”: van den Langenberg, Stefan J.A.M. & Dekker, Jack J.M.:

  • Communication Flow in the Matrix”: Hinshelwood, R.D

  • Coping with Shame and Feeling Guilt”: Barnes-Gutteridge, William

  • Treatment and Social Control”: Barron, Claire

  • ““Staff ‘crisis’ in a T.C.: The Usefulness of the ‘crisis’”: Athitakis, Michalis

  • The Dynamic Meeting of the Community: A Crossroads of Ages and Roles”: Karapostoli, Natassa

  • Managing Separation: The Henderson Hospital Leavers Group”: Parker, Michael

  • Family treatment for women with incest experiences”: van Waveren, Lutske

  • The Position of the Family Therapist in the Treatment of an Anorexia Nervosa Patient in the Psychotherapeutic Community”: Smits, G.J.M

  • Three of a kind: a review of a process of growth”: Thunnissen, M. and v.d. Krogt, S

  • A Close Encounter of the Third Kind”: van Boheemen, Kees

  • What does a Therapist Do?”: Lamers, Paul

   

PP/JSW/1

6.2

cont

  • The Individual and the Psychotherapeutic Community”: Flegel, Horst

  • An Adult Reaching Adulthood”: Dogramatzi, Diamando

  • From Trainee to Trainer: A Maturational process”: Papageorgiou, Poly

  • From Being a Group Member to Becoming Co-coordinator of a T.C. Group”: Kosmogianni, Aggeliki

  • “‘Stuck’ in the Dyadic Way of Relating During my Clinical Practice as a T.C. Trainee Worker”: Terlidou, Christina

  • A Broken Leg: A Push in the Direction of the T.C. Training Course”: Apostologlou, Vana

  • A Training Course in Sociotherapy”: Papadakis, Thalis

  • Just going through a phase. On leadership and regressive phenomena in a P.T.C”: Neetens, J.L.P.

  • ““Aesthetics of Change”: Keeney, Bradford P.

  • ““Internal world and External Reality”: Kernberg, Otto F.

  • Mind in Therapy: Laws of Therapeutic Form”: Keeney, Bradford P. & Ross, Jeffrey M.

  • Joining in Order to separate”: Roeten, Martin

  • The process of integration of different frames of reference in a therapeutic community”: Cense, Aad and Schmitt, Klaus

  • The Policy Meeting of the Therapeutic Community”: Dogramatzi, Diamando

  • Struggling for Space in a T.C. Ground: Creation of a Child Guidance Clinic”: Papadakis, Thalis

  • Applying T.C. Principles to High School Education”: Tseberlidou, Marianna

  • A Therapeutic Community in the Greek Navy”: Kokkinidis, Alexandros

  • The Residential Treatment of Unintegrated Children”: Whitwell, John

  • The Function of the community meeting in a therapeutic community for pre- and young adolescents”: Worthington, A.J..

NOTE: Much of this material has been marked or annotated.

   
         

PP/JSW/1

7

Green wallet labelled “XIIth U.K./Dutch Windsor Conference: Crisis and Survival – a Communal Task: 4-7 September 1989, containing related material. Includes:

1989

1 file

PP/JSW/1

7.1

Conference programme, list of papers presented, and MS notes

   

PP/JSW/1

7.2

Book: “A Healing Experience”: Peper Harow Foundation, 1988

   

PP/JSW/1

7.3

Conference papers.

Includes:

  • Victim and Perpetrator - Dealing with the Aftermath of Violent Assault”: Beedell, Christopher

  • The Importance of Food in Relation to the Treatment of Deprived and Disturbed Children in Care”: Hancock, Pat, Simmons, Sally and Whitwell, John

  • Dealing with Post-fire Trauma in a Therapeutic Community”: Collie, Andrew

  • Crisis and Survival: a Communal Task. Is it working?”: Norton, Kingsley

  • The Therapeutic Setting ‘When it does not cry’”: Berkouwer, A.Y

  • From U.F.Os to Humans, From Here to Eternity. The Ro.T”: Lamers, Paul

  • Acceptance by the Henderson Selection Group: Association with Degree and Type of Psychological Distress”: Morton, Adrian, Dolan, Bridget and Wilson, Jim

  • Four parables about Transference”: Barnes-Gutteridge, William

  • Changes in the last five years at Francis Dixon Lodge”: Felstead, Debbie

  • Dynamics in Psycho Motor Therapy and Art Therapy in Amstelland A”: Kunstt, Peter and Kampstra, Yolande

  • The Eric Burden Community and the Kama Sutra or Stultitiae Laus”: Evans, Vicki, Huk, Maria, Hull, Heather, Pullen, Geoffrey

  • Who does what, where, and when?”: Voorhoeve, J.N

  • Therapeutic Community as seen from a Philosophical Perspective”: Flegel, Horst

  • Dingleton Hospital - Alive and Kicking”: Rafferty, Colin S.

  • Archery Therapy”: Thunnissen, M. Michels, F. & Waalewign, M.

NOTE: Some of this material has been marked or annotated.

   

PP/JSW/1

8

Manila folder marked “Windsor 90”, containing related material.

Includes:

1990

1 file

PP/JSW/1

8.1

Annotated Conference timetable

Programme

List of participants

Map and directions

   

PP/JSW/1

8.2

Receipts for payment of conference fees

   

PP/JSW/1

8.3

Conference Papers.

Includes:

  • The Loneliness of the Leader”: Eykman, Hans

  • PTM – Psychiatric Team Manager”: Hartman, J.

  • Community Therapy During Vacation Time” (Abstract): Fotou, A. Moshonas, D. Piperya, I. Antoniou-Karaolidou, M. Papadopoulou, S.A

  • Leadership During Crises and Changes in a Psychotherapeutic Community”: Unknown

  • Staff in Fusion”: de Haan, C.G

  • Changing leadership: A Test for the Architect”: v.d. Palen, M

  • Staff dynamics and leadership from the viewpoint of psychiatrists' Balint group in Duren”: Flegel. Horst. [2 copies]

  • Sociotherapy and Staff Dynamics”: Sas, John

  • Gravel barons versus a Therapeutic Community”: Whitwell, John

  • Therapy Evaluation Decisions by Therapeutic Community Staff in Relation to Resident Perception of Group Cohesion”: Woodward, Roland

  • What’s in the Male, what’s in the female?”: Rietman, A

  • A Brief Psychotherapeutic Community”: Lambrouli, Stella, Katsouri, Gianna, Dogramatzi, Diamando & Moraitis, Sofia

   
         

PP/JSW/1

9

Plastic folder labelled “Stuart Whiteley”, containing material related to the 1991 Windsor Conference.

Includes;

1991

1 folder

PP/JSW/1

9.1

Conference timetable,

Presentation titles

List of participants

   

PP/JSW/1

9.2

Conference papers. Includes:

  • "Love in a Warm Climate": Bolten, M.P.

   

PP/JSW/1

9.2

cont

  • "Erotic Elements in a Psycho-therapeutic Community": Papageorgiou, Poly

  • On Patients and Staff and Men and Women": Neetens, J.L.P

  • "Breaking the Rules: Intimacy and Acting Out in the Therapeutic Community”: Moraitou, Sophia-Maria

  • "Sexual Issues for Priests & Religious in a Therapeutic Community": O'Sullivan, Breda

  • "Inter-sex Animosity in Groups on TCs": Knowles, Dr. Jane

  • Sexuality and Aggression among Staff and Patients": Hummelen, J.W.

  • "A Hornet's Nest in Pandora's Box: the management of sexual issues in therapeutic communities for disturbed children": Barnes-Gutteridge, William

  • "The treatment of incest survivors in a clinic women's group within a psychotherapeutic community": Famaey, Dr. M.E

  • "SSTT ..... About Sex, Setting, Transference and Therapist/Team": Knol-Schoonhoven, Willy

  • The Importance of Gender in a Co-therapeutic Relationship": Skondras, Markos

  • "The Developmental Sexual Needs of Long-term Residents of Therapeutic Communities": Farquharson, Graeme

NOTE: Much of this material has been marked or annotated.

   
         

PP/JSW/1

10

Material loose in box, comprising Windsor Conference papers, some clipped together.

 

Includes:

   

PP/JSW/1

10.1

Social Therapists and Sociotherapy: Being ‘real’ and being ‘therapeutic’”: Reay, Antonia & Revel, Juliet

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.2

An international review of therapeutic communities and their outcomes”: Lees, Janine & Rawlings, Barbara

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.3

Two papers relating to the Arbours Crisis Centre:

 

  • Inside Out”: Unkown

  • Bridging the gap”: Saltiel, Julia & Elliott, Lois

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.4

TCs and the next Millennium – Looking back, forward, inside and out”: Norton, Kingsley

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.5

Threads of Resemblance”: Salway, Anne

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.6

An experience in a therapeutic community in an “area of Rome”: Mannu, Giuseppe & Bucci, Paolo

Annotated

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.7

Working with families as inpatients and developing outreach nursing to facilitate this work”: Unknown

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.8

Outreach nursing: Developing a model of psychosocial care for patients with severe personality disorder”: Pringle, Pam

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.9

Sheltered living in a ‘therapeutic community within the community’”: Unknown

1998 [?]

 

PP/JSW/1

10.10

Evolution of the Chavannerie Clinic and the Development of its identity after thirty years of experience through its criteria of ending of the institutional psychotherapeutic cure”: Appeau, A.

French and English versions

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.11

Community and group as transitional object – developmental-space for chronically ill patients”: von Wallenberg Pachaly, Andreas

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.12

Therapeutic communities are back – and there’s something different about them”: Kennard, David

Annotated

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.13

Radical features of a day TC: agency, containment and attachment”: Haigh, Rex

Annotated

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.14

The Therapeutic Community role in the care of patients discharged from the Criminal Mental Hospital”: Francia, Adolfo

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.15

Training in a Community Setting”: Brunori, Luisa

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.16

Information booklet: Winterbourne Therapeutic Community:

1997

 

PP/JSW/1

10.17

Surfing the Interface”: Winterbottom, Meg & Esterhuyzen, Alex

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.18

The present situation and future possibilities for Therapeutic Communities in Italy: the paradox of Law 180”: Pedriali, Enrico

Annotated

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.19

What is a therapeutic community?: Whitwell, John

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.20

Maintaining Therapeutic Integrity: the therapeutic community in the prison”: Rawlings, Barbara

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.21

Papers relating to Grendon. Includes:

  • A Reconviction Study of HMP Grendon Therapeutic Community”: Research Findings No. 53. Home Office Research and Statistics Directorate: 1997

  • Grendon, a therapeutic prison”: Unknown

  • Operating the TC for Accreditation”: Roberts, J.P.

  • Operationalising the therapeutic community: Grendon’s application for accreditation by the Prison Programmes Unit”: Morris, Mark

1997-98

 

PP/JSW/1

10.22

The Future of therapeutic communities for children and adolescents in the U.K.”: Worthington, Alan

1998

 

PP/JSW/1

10.23

What we cannot speak about….”: van der Linden, Peter:

1994

 

PP/JSW/1

10.24

Intimacy Versus Distance in Staff-Community Relations”: Kron, Tamar & Yungman, Raffi

Annotated

1983

 

PP/JSW/1

10.25

The Large Group and ‘de Maas’”: Hertroije, Ad

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.26

Clipped papers marked “1980”:

Includes:

  • The Community Meeting as a Negotiating Arena”: Unknown

  • How Patients Change in their own and others' Eyes”: Kennard, David

  • The Looking Glass Effect of Self-Management in a Therapeutic Community”: Manor, Oded

  • Measuring Change During Treatment - A discussion of Repertory Grid Technique”: Unknown

NOTE: Some of these papers have been annotated

1980

 

PP/JSW/1

10.27

A collection of clipped papers marked “1980”: Includes:

  • Is ‘Professionalism’ a dirty word in therapeutic communities?”: van der Linden, Peter

  • Personality Theory, Generative rules and the Therapeutic community”: Millard, D.

  • Towards a formal social theory for the study of the therapeutic community”: Feenstra, Wim

1980

 

PP/JSW/1

10.28

Two papers clipped together:

Includes:

  • Personality and Environment Interaction: recent theoretical developments”: Lees, Janine and Manning, Nick

  • Features of Different Types of Therapeutic Communities”: Crocket, Richard

Annotated

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.29

Jozef, or What’s in a Name?”: Moody, T.

1978

 

PP/JSW/1

10.30

The Therapeutic Community and Management”: van Eck, Lout

Annotated

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.31

"Changing Leadership in Developing a Therapeutic Community": Heim, Edgar

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.32

"Analytic Groups in Therapeutic Communities: Function Process and Implications": Blake, Raymond

[Marked “1980”]

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.33

Two papers clipped together:

Includes:

  • Extended large group meetings with staff, patients and their relatives and friends in a psychotherapeutic community": Assendorp, Henk

  • Extended large group meetings with staff, patients and their relatives and friends in a psychotherapeutic community": van Meurs, Josja

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.34

Leave taking in the vestibule: Psychotherapeutic Experience with Clients in and about the end phase of clinical psychotherapy”: Wams, J.P.

1980

 

PP/JSW/1

10.35

After-care: the so-called ‘napraatgroep of Rijnland, more than a rumination group”: Kars, Peter

1980

 

PP/JSW/1

10.36

The Zuiderood Story. Staff conflict and resolution in a therapeutic community”: van Kalsbeck, A.

1979

 

PP/JSW/1

10.37

"Staff Problems during and after the "Vondelstraat" Crisis": van der Linden, Peter

Annotated

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.38

"Patients Reactions During and After the "Vondelstraat" Crisis": Schoutsen, Jos J.A.

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.39

Collective Disturbance in Institutions: a sociological view of crisis and collapse”: Manning, Nick

1979

 

PP/JSW/1

10.40

Psychotherapy and the 'Community Personality'”: Hinshelwood, R.D

1978

 

PP/JSW/1

10.41

Individual Psychotherapy in a Grouptherapeutic setting”: Savalle, H.J.

1979

 

PP/JSW/1

10.42

An experience of changing leadership quality in a therapeutic community”: Rose, Melvyn

Annotated

1980

 

PP/JSW/1

10.43

Integration of Treatmentmodels in a Psychotherapeutic Community for Adolescents: Special problems and possible solution”: Heringa, A.J.

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.44

The Therapeutic Community and the Theories of Otto Kernberg”: Kortmann, F.A.M.

1980

 

PP/JSW/1

10.45

Some Thoughts on the Question of Small Group Psychotherapy in the Therapeutic Community”: Farquharson, Graeme

Annotated

1981

 

PP/JSW/1

10.46

Inter-Group Dynamics – Some Implications for therapeutic communities”: Hinshelwood, R.D.

1983

 

PP/JSW/1

10.47

Programme for 6th U.K./Netherlands Workshop on therapeutic communities

1983

 

PP/JSW/1

10.48

Correspondence relating to the Windsor Conference between JSW and Lout van Eck

1981-82

 

 

 

Black and White Photograph. Wennington School. Kenneth Barnes Collection

brianhjohnm

Poet and English teacher Brian Merrikin Hill on the left. Philosopher and Chair of Governors John Macmurray on the right.

This is onne of a number of photographs assembled by Wennington School co-founder Kenneth Barnes, and pasted onto black sugar paper.Given to the Archive by Eleanor Pease.

Tea cups and digestives; doors open to suggestion.

Accession 2012.144



Charterhouse Group Directors' Meeting, Charney Manor, September 1998

This was the meeting at which the original Business Plan was drawn up that led to the
formation of the Charterhouse Group as a charitable company.

 

Photograph by John Whitwell, from the Keith Coulston Collection

2003_074_640

Back row left to right
Derek Marshall, Terry Bridgeman, Valerie Hambleton, Brian Bishop, Simon Rodway, Tony Hockley, Clive Woonton, Richard Rollinson, Warren Sherratt, Keith Coulston

Front row left to right
Paul Haith, Alan Worthington, Sally Britton, Chris Beedell, Tony Ross-Gower

 

 

Also part of accession 2003.074:

 

  • "Draft for Charterhouse provision for Individual children"
  • "The Charterhouse Group. Aims, Provisions, Methods and Identity"

 

 


 

bridgeland

Maurice Bridgeland, author of the incomparable Pioneer Work With Maladjusted Children (Staples Press, 1971), began his career, so to speak, as a child in a special school in Ramsgate, with a vibrant professional life afterwards that included housemastering and teaching at Midhurst Grammar School in Hampsire; teaching in a brand-new Grammar School in Crawley (which he has called "another good experience in working with disturbed children, because all the [other] grammar schools that had these bright Crawley children chucked out the ones they didn't want...);  teaching and housemastering at Lendrick Muir in Scotland; headteachering at progressive school Frensham Heights; and working with disturbed children and young people in Portsmouth.

 

In February 2006 he gave 24 hours to the Archive and Study Centre. He began on Friday evening with an art and spoken poetry performance called "I Find it Hard to Speak", sharing the uncommon communications of the young people he worked with in Plymouth.  On the following morning he shared clinical discussions arising from the performance with those who stayed overnight. It was a powerful event live - and a powerful event recorded.

 

Archive volunteer Elaine Boyling - whose inner enthusiasm and excitement ultimately led her to a successful PhD. in the Centre for the History of Medicine at the University of Birmingham - helped to process the slides of young people's art which Maurice Bridgeland had used, watching the video-recording of the event at the same time. She hadn't been at the event itself, but wrote:

 

Listening on headphones, Maurice Bridgeland’s voice filled up much more room than the small space of the video screen. It filled up much more space than the conference room that the lectures had taken place in. It wasn’t just Maurice Bridgeland’s voice anyway, as much as he brought the talk to life. It was the words he was saying, poems written by the young people, and in the other lecture Maurice’s stories of a few of the people and their cases and experiences with therapy....

 

"When I said it was difficult to write this without reading anything Maurice Bridgeland has written, the trouble is that I want to. I liked the way he talked, and the things he observed about the people. In the time it took to scan the box of slides into the computer I watched one video at least twice and the other one once and a bit. I got a little addicted to hearing some parts again. The writings and paintings dealt with identity, and position in a world, in space and to other people. They questioned relations of gender, love, violence and God. There was isolation, sadness, anger, confusion, bliss and freedom. Sometimes it was the simplicity of being honest that made them compelling, other times it was a nasty twist of humour. I stayed at the archives later than I probably should have, finishing scanning all the slides, to see all the paintings. I think I was worried if I missed one I would be missing a fundamental truth about life, or at least the perception of life. Because in the art of those people brought together by Maurice Bridgeland there was always a struggle to understand, to look for something underneath and behind the surface, but at the same time to acknowledge that to absolutely commit yourself to looking for the Truth might mean accepting that it doesn’t exist."

 

 

Maurice Bridgeland's classic book, "Pioneer Work With Maladjusted Children", appeared in 1971. Behind it lay an enormous amount of original research, with people who had created the field of therapeutic work with children and young people, either as practitioners, or as external influencers - government inspectors, for example, who played a major role in shaping provision and training -, as well as with former children, and the families of the pioneers. Much of this enormous body of original research survives in the Maurice Bridgeland Collection, which volunteer Peter Still has begun to make accessible through his detailed cataloguing.

This document is numbered 2013.042/298/08. It consists of four lined sheets of Maurice Bridgeland's handwritten notes. It begins:

 

"Mr James Lumsden.

"In 1931 after teaching experience in Scotland and some psychological training as part of the B.Ed course at Edinburgh University J.L. was appointed the first Inspector for Special Schools in England....

"He was in close touch with many of the early experiments and with Mary Lindsay (also from Moray House) was faced with the enormous task of the registration (?) of special schools after the 1944 Act..."

 

 It is part of Maurice Bridgeland's unique genius as a researcher, and the ongoing contribution he makes to history, that he gathered this ephemeral experience, at a time when it was rapidly disappearing, and when getting in touch with people required skills and contacts almost forgotten now, in the connection-rich world of the Internet. It is through the generosity of his family that this material has been preserved. It is through the generosity of a volunteer that we can present it to you now. Join this great train of generosity.

 

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 acc. 2013.042/252/01 - from the Maurice Bridgeland Collection

 One of the unique qualities of Maurice Bridgeland's "Pioneer Work With Maladjusted Children", and one of the things which makes it a primary source, as well as a history that hasn't been superseded despite publication over forty years ago, in 1971, is his methodology. He met the people he was writing about. He interviewed them. He sent key individuals among them his draft chapters about them. He argued with and took on board the corrections and emendations which they suggested. George Lyward - Founder and Director of Finchden Manor, and one of the most influential of the pioneers in 20th century residential therapeutic work with young people - engaged with Bridgeland's texts and effected some significant changes, not least in the structure and headings of the sections involved with his life and work.

The Bridgeland Collection has several versions of the text of what became "Pioneer Work With Maladjusted Children", including the original master's thesis on which it is based. Rather extraordinarily we also have evidence like this, of the discussion between drafts, and the commentary and debate which went into creating a classic text. Engage with Bridgeland. Engage with Lyward. Two very powerful thinkers and practitioners, together on the same page. Uploaded to the Internet through the generous permission of the families. Made possible by volunteers.

 

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PP/MEF

 1993 003


PP/MEF

The Marjorie Franklin (1877-1975) Collection

PP/MEF

1 Diaries

2 Correspondence

3 Artwork

4 Photographs

5 Guide Books, Postcards, etc.

50 Guide Books, etc.

51 Postcard Books

52 Postcards, grouped

53 Postcards, loose but in related groups

54 Postcards, unsorted

6 Books, Pamphlets

7 Miscellaneous

 

For supporting documentation see PP/DP/MEF



PP/MEF 1 Diaries

/1 "A Short Trip Taken in Yorkshire by Mrs. E.L. Franklin, Sydney E. Franklin and Marjorie E. Franklin Sept 14th - 18th 1903"

/2 "Diary of First Visit to Italy December 27th 1906-Jan 10th 1907"

/3 "Diary of 3rd Visit to Italy (MEF SEF OMF) Dec 20th 1908"

/4 "Fourth Visit to Italy Second Visit to Florence and First to Siena March 22nd 1910. MEF and GMEF for fuller account see First Diary, 1907"

/5 "M E Franklin. Tour in France with GMEF August 27th - Sept 1913"

/6 France 12.11.1914-1.3.1915. Marjorie Franklin


PP/MEF 2 CORRESPONDENCE

/1 Postcard, to M. Gregory Franklin 1927?

/2 Postcard, to Dr. M. Franklin 1925

/3 Postcard to Dr. Marjorie Franklin 1958

/4 Calling card: Madame Melinda de Ch tel

 

PP/MEF 3 ARTWORK (Oil Painting Unless Otherwise Stated)

C: Canvas (Unmounted)
B: Board
P: Paper
C/B: Canvas on Board
OS/B: Oil Sketching Board
P/B: Paper on Board
C/W: Canvas on Plywood

 

/1 C/B 18x14 Still life (Vase of Flowers) 1962
"Leighton House Gallery 1962 Medical Art Society A Vase of Verronica, from Glenalla Garden, Donegal" by MEF, 39 Lyndale Avenue, N.W.2, Sixteen guineas

/2 C/B 16x12 Still life (Plate of fruit) 1969 Sept.

/3 OS/B 16x12 Landscape

/4 C/B 16x12 Sketch

/5 C/B 16/12 Still life 1969 "Medical Art Society 1970 Chandos House 2 Queen Ann's St. W1 Still Life"

/6 P/B 16x12 Still life (Fruit in bowl)

/7 P/B 15.25x11 Still life/garden

/8 B 18x14 Landscape: 1962 "Knocknacleary, with part of Slate Hill on right, from the rear the Mill House, Glenalla, Donegal July 1962"

/9 B 12x10 Landscape

/10 B 12x10 Landscape

/11 C/B 16x12 Landscape: Garden

/12 B 14x10 Landscape: Garden

/13 C/B 12x8 Landscape: Woods

/14 B 10x7.5 Landscape 1959 "Jerusalem, Israel View from near Deborah' House 1959"

/15 B 16x12 Landscape: Garden 1966

/16 C/B 14x10 Landscape 1963 "From a window in Wiltshire" "Manor House Hotel Castle Combe Wilts (Gate House) Aug 1963"

/17 C/B 15x11 Landscape (Donegal)

/18 C/B 14x10 Landscape "Walker's Gallery. Medical Art Society. Cedar Tree"

/19 C/B 20x16 Still life

/20 B 18x14 Still life (Flowers)

/21 B 18x14 Still life (Flower)

/22 B 18x14 Still life (Flower)

/23 B 20x16 Still life (Flowers) 1967 Signed MEF

/24 B 18x14 Still life (Flowers) 1962 "Dancing Carnations" Signed MEF

/25 C/B 12x8 Still life (Flowers)

/26 B 12x10 Still Life (Flowers)

/27 B 10x8 Still life (Bottle, vegetables)

/28 C/B 15x11 Still life (Flowers)

/29 C/B 14x10 Still life (Flowers)

/30 C/B 15x11 Still life (Flowers)

/31 B 18x14 Landscape 1967/1969 "A Kent garden (with Tania July 1967) Some repainting in Sept. 1969, using photograph of Tania who died in 1968" Label: "A Kentish Garden with Tania Marjorie Franklin"

/32 B 18x14 Landscape 1960 "A garden meadow in Hendon 1960" "Leighton House Gallery. Medical Art Society. 'A Hendon Garden'"

/33 B 16x12 Landscape/buildings

/34 C/B 20x16 Landscape 1967 "Parkgate Farm Hotel Catfield Nr. Battle Sussex 1967" Signed: MEF

/35 B 20x16 Landscape (Garden) 1963 "Painted Aug 1963. Parkgate Farm Hotel Catfield Nr. Battle Sussex (from room 19)" "A Sussex Garden Aug 1963"

/36 P/B 22x14.75 Landscape (Garden) Signed: MEF

/37 P/B 17x14 Landscape (Waterfall/Mountains) 1932

/38 C/W 24x20 Landscape

/39 P/B 30x18 Still life

/40 P/B 29x21 Still life (Green apples on plate)

/41 P/B 22x16 Still life

42-63 In Black Paper Folder

/42 P 15x10.75 Portrait: Marjorie Franklin
Unknown artist

/43 P 15x11.5 Portrait: Marjorie Franklin
unknown artist "30/12 Franklin"

/44 P 15x11 Portrait: Marjorie Franklin 1940
unknown artist
"Dr. Fr. 28/3.40"

/45 P 15x11.25 Portrait: Marjorie Franklin
unknown artist

/46 P 22.25x15 Portrait: Marjorie Franklin 1940
unknown artist
"Dr. Fr. 1/4.40"

/47 P 22.75x15 Portrait: Marjorie Franklin 1940
unknown artist
"10/3.40 Dr. Fr."

/48 B 10.25x7.75 Landscape 1954
Signed: "Sean" "A Very Happy New Year for 1954 Love from Sean and Banbi[?] Always thinking of you -"

/49 P 15x11.25 Portrait: Male 1939: "Franklin 23/12.39"

/50 P 15x11.5 Portrait (3 sketches) 1940: "Dr. Fr. 25/2.40 [or 25/9.40]

/51 P 15x11 Landscape (Garden gate/snow): Signed: "Franklin"

/52 P 11x11 Watercolour: Viking Boat "and southward through the maze I saw the sullen blaze of the red midnight sun" "To amuse you" "Madge Franklin"

/53 P 16x10.5 Charcoal: Portrait (Oriental man, sitting)

/54 P 16x11.75 Charcoal: Portrait (Female)

/55 P 16x11.75 Charcoal: Portrait (Marjorie Franklin?)

/56 P 20x15 Charcoal: Self-Portrait

/57 P 30x20 Charcoal: (Female nudes)

/58 P 13.5x8.75 Still life

/59 P 15x11.25 Hands: Two Studies 1940
"15/1.40"
"19/1.40"

/60 P 15x11.25 Still life (Flower pot): Signed: "Franklin"

/61 P 15x11.25 Still life

/62 P 15x11.5 Portrait (Male) 1939: "27/12.39. Frank[?]"

/63 C 16x12.25 Landscape: "MEF Sparta, May 13 and 14th"

/64 P 20x15 Portrait (Female)

/65 P 20.25x15 Still life (Flowers)

/66 P 14.75x10.25 Portrait (Female)

/67 P/B 15x11.25 Still life (Hand with glass)

/68 C 15.5x12 Landscape (Garden)
Note in faint pencil on lower right back corner: Incl. date 1939[?]

/69 P 15x11 Portrait (Seated man: See 53)

/70 C 15.5x11.75 Portrait (Female, seated) 1934?: "M.E.F. Alexandra, maid at Paleo[?] [?], Corfu, Greece, June 19th and 20th 193[4]"

/71 P 22x15 Female nude

/72 C 20.75x13.25 Landscape (Garden) 1943: "M.E.F. April 1943"

/73 P 16.25x14 Portrait (Female)

/74 P 14.75x12.5 Portrait

/75 P 22.5x15 Portrait (Male, semi-nude)

/76 P 15x11.25 Portrait (Elderly female)

/77 P 13.75x10 Landscape (Garden)

/78 P 15x11 Self-portrait (?) at easel

/79 P 15x12.5 Landscape (Trees/garden)

/80 P 15x11 Scene

/81 P 15x10 Portrait (Male) 1943: "MEF Nov 1943"

/82 P 15x11 Portrait (Male)

/83 P 15x11 Side 1: Portrait (Person at easel)
Side 2: Still life (Coffee cup)

/84 P 15x10.25 Portrait (Standing female)

/85 P 15x11 Still life (Room)

/86 P 16x12 Landscape

/87 C 16.75x14.75 Still life

/88 P 15x9.25 Hand 1941: "MEF Sept 1941"

/89 P 15x11.25 Portrait (Elderly female)

/90 P 14x12.5 Portrait (Female)
Top quarter torn off (but there)

/91 P 15x13.5 Still life (Flower)

/92 P 20.25x15 Still life (Flowers in Vase)

/93 P 15.5x12 Landscape

/94 P 20x15 Portrait (Woman/Red)

/95 P 22x15 Female nude (Green background)

/96 P 22.5x15 Female nude (Rear)

/97 P 22x15 Garden: Woman at easel

/98 P 20.25x15 Portrait (Female)

/99 P 22x15 Sketch (Female, painting)

/100 B 20x16 Landscape (Garden)

/101 P 17x13.75 Portrait (Male)

/102 P 22x15 Still life (Flowers in pot)
[26.1.48? No. 5]

/103 P 22x15 Landscape (Residential area)

/104 P 15x11.5 Still life (Flowers in pot) 1939: Signed: "Franklin"
On back: "18/12.39 Dr. Franklin"

/105 P 16.5x13.25 Portrait (Male)

/106 P 18.5x15 Still life (Flowers in jar)

/107 P 20x15 Sketch Landscape (Garden)

/108 P 15x11.25 Portrait (Female)

/109 P 22x15 Female nude (Rear)

/110 P 22x15 Portrait (Female)

/111 C 26.25x23 Still life (Flowers in bowl)

/112 P 15x11 Portrait (Male)

/113 P 15x11.25 Still life (Room) 1940: "8/1[?].40": "Dr. F."

/114 P 22.75x15 Still life (Bottle; mug; fruit) 1940: "1/1.40 Dr. Franklin"

/115 P 14.25x11 Portrait (Male) 1940
On front: "Franklin"
On back: "Dr. Fr. 16/1.40"

/116 P 14.5x10.5 Portrait (Female) 1940
On back: "Dr. Fr. 21/1.40"

/117 P 15x11 Still life (Book): "Franklin 23/6"

/118 P 18.5x15 Portrait (Elderly woman in deck chair)

/119 P 22x15 Portrait (Elderly man in chair)

/120 P 20x14.75 Still life (Lute)

/121 P 22.25x15 Still life (Flowers)

/122 P 15x10.5 Portrait (Sitting ballerina): "5/12 Franklin"

/123 P 22.75x18 Still life (Bottles, jars, etc.): "Dr. F. 9/3"

/124 P 24x16 Still life (Objects on shelf) 1940: "Dr F 4/3/40"

/125 24.25x14.25 Portrait (Lady in flowered shawl) 1940: "Dr. Fr. 15/3.40"

/126 P 15x12.5 Still life

/127 C 23.75x20.75 Landscape

/128 P 15x11.5 Still life (Yellow pot/cylinder): "Franklin"

/129 P 15x9.5 Landscape

/130 P 22x15 Portrait (Female frontal nude)

/131 C 15.75x12.25 Landscape
On back: "M.E.F. [ ? ], Greece, May 26th and 27th 1939"

/132 C 16.25x13 Landscape
On back: "M.E.F. (Unfinished) View from a balcony Pension Solitude Near Dubrovnik Yugoslavia"

/133 P 16.25x13.25 Portrait (Male)

/134 P 22x15 Still life (Flowers in vases)

/135 P 22.5x15 Portrait (Female)

/136 P 15x11.75 Portrait (Female)

/137 P 22x15 Still life (Open book and other objects)

/138 P 22x15 Portrait (Woman in dress)

/139 P 22.75x16.5 Portrait (Young male)

/140 P 13.5x8.5 Colour sketch

/141 P 20x15 Still life (Flowers in bowl and jar)

/142 P 20.25x15 Landscape (Gardens)

/143 P 13.5x8.5 Rear of man reading paper

/144 P 15x13.75 Portrait (Female)

/145 P 20.25x15 Still life (Flower in jar)

/146 P 20.25x15 Female nude, rear, in mirror

/147 P 15x14.75 Portrait (Female)

/148 C 16x12.5 Landscape 1939: "M.E.F. Santorini, Greece, View from Balcony, Hotel Vulcan, June 4th - 8th 1939"

/149 C 16x12 Landscape 1939: "M.E.F. Isle of Santorini, Greece, View from Balcony, Hotel Vulcan, June 6th 1939"

/150 C 15.75x11.75 Landscape 1939: "M.E.F. Ecan f lu [?] Hungary, June 30th and July 1st 1939"

/151 C 16x11.75 Landscape 1939: "M.E.F. Convent of K[?] On Mt. H[?], Athens, May 31st 1939"

/152 C 16.25x11.75 Landscape 1939: "MEF, Paleocastritza[?] Corfu,, Greece [May? June?] 16th and 17th 1939"

/153 C 16x11.75 Landscape 1939: "MEF. April 27th 1939, At St. Nicholas, Crete"

/154 P 22.75x15 Semi-nude sitting woman 1940: "Dr Fr 30/3.40"

/155 C 16x12 Landscape 1939: "M.E.F. April 26th 1939, View of [?] Bay, St. Nicholas, Crete"

/156 P 22.75x15 Female nude, front

/157 C 17x15.5 Landscape

/158 P 20x15 Female nude, front

/159 P 20.25x15 Female nude, outdoors

/160 P 20x15 Still life (Cello and music stand)

/161 P 22.75x15 Woman with lute

/162 C 25.75x20.25 Landscape

/163 P 16.25x15 Landscape (Suburb garden)

/164 P 15x11 Landscape

/165 C 16x12 Landscape: "M.E.F. April 21st and 22nd 1939, View from Window of bedroom (11) Hotel Minos[?] [?], Crete, Shows harbour and Venetian D'[?]"

/166 C 11.75x9.5 Landscape: "M.E.F. April 22 1939, View from bedroom Window, Fastos [?] Crete (ruins of Minoan palace [?]"

/167 P 22x15 Still life (Violin/apples)

/168 P 15x11 Still life (jar)

/169 P 22.5x15 Landscape (Winter)

/170 P 19.75x13.75 Still life (Glass jug, glasses)

/171 P 17x13.5 Still life (Flower in jar)

/172 P 17x13.75 Portrait (Young man)

/173 P 20.5x15 Still life (Apples in basket)

/174 P 22x15 Still life (Flowers in vase)

/175 P 20x15 Still life (Bottles) 1942: "MEF July 1942"

/176 P 15x12.75 Portrait (Elderly man with pipe)

/177 P 19.5x15 Still life (Copper jug and apples)

/178 P 14.75x14.75 Still life (Bottles)

/179 P 21.25x14.5 Still life (Vegetables)

/180 P 20.25x15.25 Still life (Bottle, jars)

181-189 from one portfolio, associated with a 6.2.1943 page from the Picture Post:

/181 P 20.25x14 Side 1: Still life (Jars, bottle, jug)
Side 2: Reclining nude female

/182 P 15x11.5 Portrait (Boy)

/183 P 18.5x15 Still life (Flowers in vase)

/184 P 13.25x11.5 Portrait/sketch (Young person)

/185 P 20x15 Still life (Flowers in vase)

/186 P 15.5x10.75 Landscape (Suburb gardens, winter, out window)

/187 P 20x15.75 Still life (Vase with flowers)
On tape on back: "Put with other Dr. Franklin pictures"

/188 P 15x10.25 Still life (Wine bottle, cloth)

/189 C 20.25x16.5 Landscape (Garden)

Separate

/190 Canvas board, used for backing 16x12: "Alresford Place, Hants. (1948-1961)"


PP/MEF(P) 4 PHOTOGRAPHS

/1 Boy

/2 Scene

/3 Scene

/4 "Taken 1913
Prof: Marzoli [?]
Keir Hardy
[?]"


PP/MEF(P) 5 GUIDE BOOKS, POSTCARDS, ETC.

50 Guide books

/1 Giovanni Mesini, "A Day in Ravenna" 1948

/2 St. Sebald's Church Nuremberg

/3 St. Lawrence's Church in Nuremberg

51 Postcard Books

/1 Mauritshuis 's-Gravenhage (Holland) I 12

/2 Mauritshuis 's-Gravenahge (Holland) II 11

/3 Mauritshuis 's-Gravenhage (Holland) III 10

/4 Mauritshuis 's-Gravenhage (Holland) IV 10

/5 Le Mont St. Michel 73

/6 Tapisserie - Broderie de Bayeux 21

/7 Langeais 24

/8 Azay-le-Rideau 24

/9 Tours 27

/10 Souvenir de Caen 40

/11 Chaumont "M.E.F. 30th Aug 1913" 20

/12 Chenonceaux "Visited Aug. 31st 1913" 24

/13 Chinon 24

/14 Souvenir Villa Adrienne 20

52 Postcards, grouped

/1 Envelope: "Venice I - Bascali - Boccaccio Boccaccino" 14

/2 Envelope: "Venice IA - Giov - Bellini" 4

/3 Envelope: "Venice II Bonsignori - Carpaccio and Milan" 13

/4 Envelope: "Venice III Catena - Fillipinno Lippi Padua Castel Franco Veneto [?]" 9

/5 Envelope: [Crossed out:] "Florence I. Fra Angelico - Botticelli" "Venice IV Mantegnia - T. Giano and Palazzo Ducall MEF" 15

/6 Envelope: "Venice Ib" 51

/7 Envelope: "Venice IIA ppcs of views and Castel Franco Veneto" 27

/8 Envelope: "Florence 2 Botticini - Filippino Lippi" 13

/9 Envelope: "Florence III - Filippo Lippi - Giotto" 23

/10 Envelope: "Florence IV Benezzo Gozzoli - Perugino" 21

/11 Envelope: "Florence V Raphael - Leonardo Da Vinci" 9

/12 Envelope: "Florence II - L. [?] Leonardo da Vinci" 24

/13 Envelope: "Pisa and Genoa" 13

/14 Envelope: "Roma - Libreria Spithoever 84 Piazza di Spagna 85" 12

/15 Unlabelled envelope: Rome 5

/16 Envelope: Rome, "Campagnia Rotografica" 20

/17 Envelope. No markings 14

/18 Folder. "Albrecht Durer - Kupferstiche" 6

/19 Envelope: "Amiens Aug 20/1905" 27

/20 Envelope: "Chartres" 11

/21 Envelope: "Laon Aug 21/1905" 18

/22 Envelope: "Noyon Aug 23rd 1905" 15

/23a Envelope: "Reims - St. Remi - Aug 21st 1905" 9

/23b Envelope: "Reims -Cathedral - Aug 22nd 1905" 29

/24 Envelope: "Beauvais Aug 24th 1905" 15

/25 Envelope: "Compeigne Aug 23rd 1905 MEF" 7

/26 Envelope: "Dresden" 34

/27 Envelope: "Munich" 10

/28 Unlabelled envelope: Nurnberg 20

/29 Envelope. "Franz Josef Hantschl": Nurnberg
Pencil notes on back of some 20

/30 Wrapped in "Wiener Internationale Mess - 2 bis 8 September 1923": Vienna 20

/31 Wrapped in newspaper guide to Innsbruck: Innsbruck 10

/32 Envelope: "Rattviks Bokhandel" "Rattvik" 4

/33 Envelope: "Windsor Sep 20th 1905" 6

/34 Envelope: "Milan I ppcs...Milan II ppcs views and Certosa of Pavia" 34

/35 Unlabelled envelope: Milan 2

/36 Envelope: "ppcs Ravenna March 1908" Some with notes (e.g., "Mother, SEF, MEF stayed
hear[sic] March 22nd - 25th 1908" 47

/37 Envelope:"S. Gimignano" 20

53 Postcards, loose but in related groups

/1 Panoramic View: Rouen 1

/2 Sienna, Firenze (some Ms. notes by MEF) 32

/3 Loose. Rome 48

/4 Loose. Gonneville-la-Mallet (France) 12

/5 Loose. Orvieto 25

/6 Loose. Padua 14

/7 Loose. St. Bernard 8

54 Postcards, unsorted

/1 Loose. Rome, by Ernesto Richter 4

/2 Loose. Rome 28

/3 Loose. Rome 42

/4 Loose. Florence, Rome, Venice 19

/5 Envelope: "Giov Zanetti" 3

/6 Envelope: "Florence I Fra Angelico - Botticelli" But actually loose, unsorted 12

/7 Miscellaneous architecture (Ilsington Church, Firenze) 3

/8 Miscellaneous mounted (market Place, Nurnberg; Reims Cathedral (internal); Cathedral (external) 3

11 unsorted groups of 50 loose postcards: works of art

1 unsorted group of 9 loose postcards: works of art

3 unsorted groups of 50 loose postcards: landscapes/architecture

1 unsorted group of 44 loose postcards: landscapes/architecture


PP/MEF(P) 6 BOOKS, PAMPHLETS

/1 "The Use and Misuse of Planned Environment Therapy", Marjorie Franklin (1945)

/2 "Q Camp", Marjorie Franklin, ed. (1966)

/3 "Studies in Environment Therapy" Vol. 1 (1968)

/4 "Studies in Environment Therapy" Vol. 2 (1973)


PP/MEF 7 MISCELLANEOUS

/1 TS, “Planned Environment Therapy Trust:- its origins and “those others” and about learning from success.” Marjorie Franklin. Paper for Planned Environmental Therapy Discussion Group, March 19, 1971. Marked “Confidential”, and annotated.

 


 

Filed in SA/Q/HM 15.5:

- Q Camp Interim Report. July 1938-Feb 1940.

- Ms. list of staff and executive committee.

 

The Archive has six diaries or notebooks of trips that Marjorie Franklin took between 1903, when she was 16, and 1915, when she was 27 and a medical student. The latter recorded her medical service in France in the early stages of World War I, an experience which may have contributed to her decision to specialise in psychological medicine and ultimately to train in psychoanalysis.

 

PP/MEF 1     NOTEBOOKS

/1     "A Short Trip Taken in Yorkshire by Mrs. E.L. Franklin,  Sydney E. Franklin and Marjorie E. Franklin Sept 14th -  18th 1903"

 /2     "Diary of First Visit to Italy December 27th 1906-Jan  10th 1907"

 /3     "Diary of 3rd Visit to Italy (MEF SEF OMF) Dec 20th  1908"

/4     "Fourth Visit to Italy Second Visit to Florence and  First to Siena March 22nd 1910. MEF and GMEF for fuller  account see First Diary, 1907"

 /5     "M E Franklin. Tour in France with GMEF August 27th -  Sept 1913"

 /6     France 12.11.1914-1.3.1915. Marjorie Franklin

A short tour taken in Yorkshire

By Mrs. E. L. Franklin,

Sidney E. Franklin

& Marjorie E. Franklin

Sept 14th - 18th 1903


Transcribed by Linnet McMahon
2014/2015 

pp mef 01 02 001The Archive has six diaries or notebooks of trips that early psychoanalyst and therapeutic community pioneer Marjorie Franklin took between 1903, when she was 16, and 1915, when she was 27 and a medical student. The latter notebook recorded her medical service in France in the early stages of World War I, an experience which may have contributed to her decision to specialise in psychological medicine and ultimately to train in psychoanalysis.

At the time of the second travel diary, transcribed here by Dr. Linnet McMahon, she was 20 and a student under Charlotte Mason at the House of Education in Ambleside. Returning from Italy, she would start her final year as a senior, at the end of which she would graduate with a 1st: "she has a most thorough knowledge of our principles..." wrote Charlotte Mason to Marjorie's mother at the beginning of 1908, in response to the 1st; and later commented, "she has her heart in it [work with children], and knows!"

After Marjorie's graduation, Charlotte Mason placed her first as a governess, and then onto the staff of a PNEU school; which Marjorie left to take up medicine. We see her here in what appears to be her first international visit; breaking the ground for her war service in France, and later studying under Sandor Ferenczi in Hungary, and visiting Sigmund Freud in Vienna.

 

 

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Postcard from Marjorie Franklin's second visit to Italy, in March 1908.

We have picture postcards of this visit, but no corresponding diary, sadly.

 

 

A medical diary of World War One

 

November 6, 1914.

War has begun. A medical party of Quakers, several notable feminist doctors among them, crosses to France to help relieve the suffering - to work and to learn. Among them is a young Jewish doctor, Dr. Marjorie Franklin, who will later coin the term 'planned environment therapy'. She keeps a diary, with letters and notes for the Society of Friends which has sent the party over. She visits war hospitals in Paris, including the famous Hotel Majestic. She works with mothers and babies. As the diary proceeds and she moves outside Paris, she records names, details and situations.

 

 

PP/MEF/03/165 "View from Window of bedroom - Hotel Minos

The Founder of the Planned Environment Therapy Trust, Marjorie Franklin, was also the Honorary Secretary of the Q Camps Committee, which established the pioneering Hawkspur Camp in rural Essex in 1939. She was also a student of artist Arthur Segal. In April 1939 - less than a fortnight after Italy's invasion of Albania, and just under five months before Germany invaded Poland and Britain declared war - Marjorie was in Crete. The painting below, one of a number by Marjorie Franklin in the Archive and Study Centre's holdings, was begun on the future Queen Elizabeth's 13th birthday, one day after Adolf Hitler's 50th birthday. The inscription on the back - in the same handwriting in which Marjorie Franklin wrote many copious and urgent letters to Camp Chief David Wills at Hawkspur Camp over several years (letters which are also held at the Archive and Study Centre) - is difficult to decipher. The date is reasonably clear, as is "View from window of bedroom (11) Hotel",  "Crete" and "showing harbour &". But what hotel, where, and also showing what? Is this a view recognisable today?

 

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rcphotoRichard Crocket (b. 1914) was Consultant in charge of the Ingrebourne Centre in Hornchurch, Essex, from 1954-1979. He saw an acute general hospital psychiatric unit evolve into a dynamic psychotherapeutic community and contributed much to the early phases of the therapeutic community movement. 

rcarchive1Arriving at the archive in trunks, boxes, bags and bundles, the Richard Crocket Collection represents a unification of numerous accessions from Richard and his family that came to PETT from 1998 onwards, covering records spanning the entirety of his life.  These come in various forms and formats, including newspaper clippings, correspondence, published/unpublished papers, diaries interviews, transcripts, doctor's tools, even samples of deer suede to name but a few!

From November 2011 to January 2013 Matthew Naylor,  as Collection Archivist,  undertook a project to see the records arranged and catalogued to aid users, including researchers, and ensure optimum preservation conditions both physically and digitally.

 

Two poems by Richard Crocket

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Richard Crocket (1914-2006) was Consultant in charge of the Ingrebourne Centre in Hornchurch, Essex, from 1954-1979. He saw an acute general hospital psychiatric unit evolve into a dynamic psychotherapeutic community and contributed much to the early phases of the therapeutic community movement.

Ralph Gee's BYTEBOX

The first item listed in the catalogue for the Ralph Gee collection, the 'Byte Cube' is an eye-catching complex 3D object used by Ralph from 1993 to help market his proposals and ideas in gaming.

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The Byte Box and a number of its possible formations.
 

Ralph Gee is a former child of Red Hill School. The gaming material was mostly produced during his retirement, following a decision that the world of computer games could and should do more to mirror real life, particularly through sports such as boxing and horse racing. Ralph's ideas centred on the concept that the interactions arising from the playing of the games should be at once complex and organic, with the focus being on information and the control of, and access to it, whilst maintaining that the best games are ones that can be played in different ways. Difficulties arose when the time came to move the ideas into the commercial market. Ralph's work between leaving Red Hill and retirement is covered through a number of oral histories held at PETT.

The marketing cube pictured above had once been used for advertising other products, and having picked it up at a conference, Ralph painted on the current designs himself; these forming different patterns depending on the arrangement. Alternating arrangements to see various patterns might reveal a colourful 6-sided dice, the four suits in cards, 'I's and 'O's (binary), the four cardinal directions, or title face itself ('Bytebox, © Ralph Gee, 1993'.) This itself comes with an explanatory note, providing the reasoning behind the design choices and tips on how to reveal the various patterns. The item forms part of a larger accession showcasing Ralph's talent for video game design and implementation, along with publications and correspondence largely on the same theme. It is most interesting perhaps for what it represents; Ralph's ongoing efforts in the field as evidenced by a large proportion of the collection.

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Game plan: Ralph discusses a game concept with Craig Fees at his home in Nottingham. Pictured is a device to convert an invented game on newspaper headlines from card, to board form (in order to please all markets).

During a visit to Ralph's home, Ralph transferred his game documentation with some other material over to Craig Fees and the PETT archive [Accession: 2012.019]. 

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Ralph Gee discusses items of his collection with Archivist Matt Naylor during an oral history recording, 21st-22nd March 2012.

There are a number of oral history recordings held at PETT featuring Ralph, with topics discussed including the Mural of Red Hill School painted by Ralph when he was a student there, and the wider Ralph Gee Collection, of which ByteBox is but a sample. 

 

Recordings with Ralph Gee include:

(T) CF701 (2008)

(T) HLF/RHS/003/OH (2010)

(T) HLF/RHS/013/OH-015/OH (2010)

(T) HLF/MISC/053/OH  (2011)

(T) CF863-872 (2012)

(T) MJN 001-004 (2012)

 

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Robert Hinshelwood, papers relating to Association of Therapeutic Communities

Mainly ATC Conference-related materials 1972-1979

 

 

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The late Robert Laslett, having a glass of wine following his 1997 David Wills Lecture, "Respecting the Past and Regarding the Present". Photograph by John Cross. His wife Pam is to the right, David Lane to the left. Eyes and hair suggest Marion Bennathan at the bottom left of the picture; seated in the distance beyond David Lane is almost certainly Sheila Gatiss. Any help with others?

Robert Laslett was one of the first wave of new Trustees who, in 1971, joined the three founders of the Planned Environment Therapy Trust to expand its work and bring new energy and ideas in. He was already an accomplished practitioner and rising young academic, who later became David Wills' literary executor, and from that and as a Trustee of the Planned Environment Therapy Trust played a major role in the creation of the Archive and Study Centre in 1989. He remained an active and leading Trustee until his death in 2002.

Robert had helped to establish the AWMC's (Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children) annual David Wills Lecture in 1970, to honour the life and career of David Wills upon his retirement. Now renamed SEBDA (The Social Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Association), the Association has honoured Robert himself posthumously by adding his name to what is now called the David Wills/Robert Laslett Lecture.

 


 


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ROBERT LASLETT
The personal papers of Robert Laslett

1 “David Wills” (1947), c. 1961 – 1980

2 David Wills Retirement/Appreciation, 1968

3 David Wills – Notebook concerning possible publication of talks/papers

4 Miscellaneous

5 Correction Proof, Effective Classroom Management, 2nd edition [deposited 28/11/1992]

6 Annotated Books

7 Papers

8 Bundle of various newsletters and journals relating to the AWMC and therapeutic community work , 1964 – 1980


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1. CORRESPONDENCE and other material relating to David Wills
From folder "David Wills" (1947), c.1961-1980

1.1 WDW to Ted
7.5.1947

1.2 WDW to RL
28.4.1977

1.3 Notice of death of WDW

1.4 Elizabeth Wills to RL and Pat Laslett
Jan 1981

1.5 Programme
" A meeting for Roy Frye (22.7.37-6.1.80)and David Wills
(11.12.03-2.2.80) "; 19th April 1980. 2 copies.

1.6 Notice
Meeting of appreciation for WDW
4.7.1980

1.7 Obituary
WDW; source unknown, 3 copies

1.8 Notice of death of WDW
with annotations (MS) by Elizabeth Wills; 17.3.1980

1.9 Tony of the World Development Fellowship to RL.
re: WDW obituary
22.4.1980

1.10 Circular letter
"Gathering in appreciation of Roy Frye and David
Wills"; from John Cross.

1.11 Tony to RL
21.3.1980

1.12 Notice
"Public meeting of appreciation for W David Wills"
sent by John Cross. 6 copies.

1.13 RL and John Cross to AWMC
re: death of WDW
4.2.1980

1.14 WDW to RL
10.1.1980 (marked by RL 'last letter'.)

1.15 WDW to RL(TS)
17.9.1975

1.16 WDW to RL and John Cross (TS)
22.12.1979

1.17 Chronology of life events of WDW

1.18 WDW to RL (TS)
10.9.1979

1.19 Newsletter
National Association of Mental Health
Spring 1969
includes an article on the retirement of WDW

1.20 WDW to RL (MS)
29.6.1976

1.21 WDW to RL (MS)
30.3.1976

1.22 WDW to RL (TS)
1.11.1971

1.23 WDW to RL (MS)
5.11.1971

1.24 WDW to RL (MS)
no date

1.25 WDW to RL and others (TS)
1.2.1972

1.26 WDW to RL (TS)
9.3.1976

1.27 Note: (MS) "David W. (14.9.73) Stuart Payne spoke to DW
in 1923...."

1.28 WDW to RL (TS)
25.3 1965
notes by RL on reverse

1.29 WDW to RL (MS)
3.11.1973

1.30 WDW to RL (MS)
n.d

1.31 Arthur Barron to RL (MS)
30.5.1968

1.32 WDW to RL (MS)
11.7.1972

1.33 Minutes: (TS) " David Wills lecture sub-committee"
9.10.1972

1.34 Howard Jones to RL (TS)
12.10.1973

1.35 Notes: (MS) by RL
"Authors on special education recommended by schools and
hostels."


2. " DAVID WILLS RETIREMENT / APPRECIATION 1968"
MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

2.1 Curriculum Vitae of WDW
Extensive notes (MS) by WDW on reverse.

2.2 Publicity leaflet
" What's new about New Barns?", written by WDW; 3 copies

2.3 Notice (TS)
" A film show of British Wild Birds at Greenford Hall,
3rd October"
on back; 'telephone conversation with Pauline W. on
7.1.69'

2.4 Letter; (TS)
John Wilder, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association to RL
9.12.1968

2.5 Letter; (TS)
Anthony Rodway (AWMC) to RL
8.12.1968

2.6 Letter; (TS)
RL to Mr Wilder
5.12.1968

2.7 Letter; (MS)
Harold Cohen to RL
3.12.1968

2.8 Letter; (TS)
RL to Anthony Rodway
3.12.1968

2.9 Letter; (TS)
RL to Harold Cohen; 2 copies
25.11.1968

2.10 Letter; (TS)
RL to Harod Cohen
2.12.1968

2.11 Letter; (TS)
Robert Shields, Univ. of London Institute of Education
to RL
25.10.1968

2.12 Letter; (TS)
From RL 'to the press' re: the establishment of the
David Wills Lecture. 2 copies.

2.13 Letter; (MS)
from Harold Cohen to RL
26.11.1968

2.14 Letter; (MS)
Neville to RL
7.11.1968

2.15 Letter; (TS)
WDW to RL
28.10.1968


3 DAVID WILLS NOTEBOOK CONCERNING POSSIBLE PUBLICATION OF
TALKS/ PAPERS

 

4 MISCELLANEOUS

4.1 Letter; (TS)
Clyde Reed of the Boys Republic to WDW
11.7.1983

4.2 Letter; (TS)
RL to Principal, Royal Philanthropic Classifying School
19.3.1971



5 CORRECTION PROOF, Effective Classroom Management . 2nd
Edition. (acessioned 28.11.1992)

 

 6 Annotated books

      • David Wills, “Stephen H. Hobhouse. A Twentieth Century Quaker Saint”
      • Journal of Educational Therapy 1:2 (1986)
      • L.F. Lowenstein, “Violent and Disruptive Behaviour in Schools”.
      • “The Education of Maladjusted Children”, DES.

7 Papers

7.1 Photocopied MS draft of untitled paper given at AWCEBD Conference, ‘What is a Therapeutic Community?’, 09/11/1996

7.2 Photocopied MS draft of untitled David Wills Lecture, 1997


8 Bundle of various newsletters and journals relating to the AWMC and therapeutic community work; some are annotated (1964 – 1980):

AWMC Newsletter

December 1964
June 1965
November 1965
June 1966
March 1968
Autumn 1968

Association of Teachers of Maladjusted Children Newsletter, March 1966

‘Therapeutic Education’

Autumn 1969
Autumn 1970
Autumn 1971
Spring 1972
Autumn 1972
Spring 1973
Spring 1980

 

 

PP/RL/BOD

Personal Papers of Robert Laslett that relate to Bodenham Manor School

Governors’ files: Agendas, minutes and supporting material, 31/03/1983 – 24/02/1987

‘New Life: The Magazine of Special School’, January 1967

 

 

(P)PP/RL/BOD

Photographs given by Robert Laslett which relate to Bodenham Manor School

(P)PP/RL/BOD

1 b/w of a group of people playing cricket.
The following people in the photograph were identified by Robert Laslett:
1: David Wills
2: Robert Laslett
3: Swiss girl
4: the cook
5: Fred the gardener

(P)PP/RL/ADS

Photograph given by Robert Laslett relating to Aston Day School, Ealing

Acc. No. 2000.003

1 b/w of 7 boys, 3 of whom are standing on a tree branch

PP/WDW/BSC

BIRMINGHAM SOCIETY FOR THE CARE OF INVALID AND NERVOUS CHILDREN

 

1. EARLY PAPERS

Janet G. McCrindell, "A Study of 70 children recommended by the Child Guidance Clinic and boarded out on farms" April 1944 TS: 2 copies

"The boarding-out of children on farms under the Society in Aid of Nervous Children"

"Chaigeley Manor. A Hostel and School" April 1943

2. EARLY PRE-BODENHAM

"Proposition - Bodenham Manor House"

Frank Mathews, Paper to I.C.A.A. Conference, 14.2.1947: TS: 2 copies

3. FUNDRAISING APPEAL (BODENHAM)

- Appeal Brochure: "An appeal to Commemorate Fifty Years' Service in Social Work for Children by Mr Frank Mathews"

- The Lord Mayor. Appeal speech (TS) 26.3.1947

- Mr. Harvey, Appeal Speech (TS) 26.3.1947

4. FRANK MATHEWS MEMORIAL

Memorial speech: "Problem Children on Farms", G.M. 14.5.1949 TS

- "Notes on Mr Mathews work - May 1949" 12.5.1949: TS

5. BARNS HOSTEL SCHOOL (REPORTS ON)

- "Dr Burns' Report to the Finance and Executive Committee on Tuesday, December 14th, 1943: TS

- Frank Mathews, "Report on Visit to Barns House, Peebles and Dunnow Hall, Cheshire" 1944 [?] TS

David Wills, "Barns House, A Hostel for 'difficult' boys evacuated from Edinburgh", Scottish Council for Research in Education Evacuation Survey: TS

Hilda Rees, "Two Days at Barns", 23.6.1944: TS

6. DAVID WILLS, "BEDWETTING"

Drafts of Papers for Frank Mathews 1946

David Wills "STEALING", with letter to Frank Mathews: 1946

David Wills, "The needs of the maladjusted child", with questionnaire, "Educational Experiences" (Blank)

7. Correspondence and other materials, 1943-1946

Letters between David Wills and Frank Mathews, and Hilda Rees, concerning early association, search for site and so on

8. Correspondence, 1945-1956

 

 

frankmathewsFrank Mathews was the founder of the Birmingham Society for the Care of Invalid and Nervous Children.

In his biography of Mathews, Tony Rees writes

of a man I was luck enough to know and who did extraordinary things in my home city of Birmingham. He was without any sort of pretension. Though he knew many of the great and good of the city - who willingly supported him in his endeavours - he spent his working life with the poor and the sick. For more than fifty years he worked for children suffering from crippling diseases, bringing about the cure of thousands.

- Tony Rees, "An Obscure Philanthropist": Frank Mathews 1871-1948, Castle View Books.

One of these "thousands" was Mrs. Ivy Parry, interviewed by the Archive in 2006, when she was 93 years old. As a child with bone tuberculosis she was on course for amputation and a lifetime of disablement when Frank Mathews intervened; and through the radical alternatives he championed and made available, she not only retained her leg, but thrived - played tennis, got married, had children, and was still living an independent, active and energetic life when interviewed at 93.

Among the other thousands were boys and girls who went to Bodenham Manor School in Herefordshire.

Towards the end of his life Frank Mathews turned his energies to the needs of the "maladjusted" child. He carried out first hand research, visiting David Wills at Barns House in Scotland, as well as Dr. Fitch at Dunnow Hall in Cheshire. He recruited David Wills to establish a new kind of residential therapeutic community in Herefordshire. He raised funds, and used his enormous drive and influence to set Bodenham Manor on the way to opening - it opened in 1948. Before it opened he died, in 1947, with significant consequences, as we will see in another contribution to PETiTathon2015!; a selection from the unpublished Autobiography of David Wills, transcribed by volunteer Helen Moore..

In the paper presented here Frank Mathews gives a first-hand report of his visits to Barns and Dunnow. These are images only - scans. They will need a volunteer to transcribe them, and so make them accessible to text search and a wider public.

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PETiTathon2015! Day One

PETiTathon2015! Day Two:

2.1 Renewing Barns Centre: A Story in Pictures

2.2 Oral History: Dr. John Coleman (1993/1994)

2.2a Oral History: Dr. John Coleman, recorded 13 September 1993: General Background

2.2b Oral History: Dr. John Coleman OBE, recorded  2 November 1994: Working with Refugees and Displaced Persons

2.3 'Blackout, Austerity and Pride: Life in the 1940s', by Roger Atkinson, OBE (2015)

2.4 'Dr Alfred Fitch', from Maurice Bridgeland, "Pioneer Work With Maladjusted Children" (1971)

2.5 'Report on visit to Barns School, Peebles & Dunnow Hall, Cheshire", Frank Mathews (1944?)

 

 

 

 

Let's begin with the band, dance...and then come together to reflect

In 2004 the Arbours Crisis Centre came together with friends at a conference centre called The Node in Hertfordshire to celebrate Arbours' thirtieth birthday. Music, Dancing and talking into the night - a good therapeutic community approach - followed by a conference, recordings of which are also in the Archive [(T) CF463-4, (T) 466-470; (V) CF25-31]. 

 

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The band

 

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The dance 1

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The dance 2

 

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The Conference

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Jospeh Berke (left), Morton Schatzman

 

 

 

 

 

Now merged with the Charterhouse Group of Therapeutic Communities to form The Consortium for Therapeutic Communities (TCTC), the Association of Therapeutic Communities was formed in 1973. The Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre was designated as the place of formal deposit for the organisation's archives, which are augmented by related collections, such as those of Stuart Whiteley, David Clark and R.D. Hinshelwood, all of whom played an active role in its founding and early days. See, too, the audio and video recordings made during "ATC-in-24" - a residential witness seminar and colloquium on the future - hosted by P.E.T.T. in 2003.

 

The ATC Celebrates 30 years with a party at the Cassel Hospital: 'Let's begin with the band, and end with a dance'.

Now merged with the Charterhouse Group to form The Consortium of Therapeutic Communities (TCTC), when the Association of Therapeutic Communities turned 30 in 2003, it held a birthday party at the Cassel Hospital at Ham, in London. The party was hosted by the hospital's then-director (and future Chair of the ATC) Kevin Healy. Community Housing and Therapy (CHT) characteristically turned out in enthusiastic force. The window designs which ornament this page come from the original Cassel Hospital website, created and managed by P.E.T.T.

 

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The band

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Rex Haigh, then Chair of the ATC, with Anne Salway

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Kevin Healy and daughter Soracha

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Jan Lees (left) with Sarah Tucker
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The Welcoming Table: Rex Haigh. Chris Newrith, Gary Winship

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Time for reflection: Jon Broad speaking, Rex Haigh listening

 

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Chris Newrith and Denis Flynn

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Cassel meets Henderson: Kevin Healy (left) and Stuart Whiteley

 

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ATC at 30

 

 

 

 

In 1939, as Q Camps Honorary Secretary Marjorie Franklin primed her canvas to paint the view from her hotel window in Crete (see "View from the windwow of bedroom (11) Hotel Minos"), staff and camp members put their weekly contribution into the Camp Fund, with bed fines adding up to £0/1/6 and extra fines for two of the members - fines which would have been imposed by the Camp Council. Wireless hire and accumulator re-charging, paid for from the Camp Fund, presumably made it possible for the members to keep in touch with world affairs. Did the BBC do anything to celebrate Princess Elizabeth's birthday? Did the members pick it up on the Camp wireless?

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In the regular Camp Bulletin for March 30th, 1939, David Wills notes:"We recently had a visit from the head of a Teachers' Training College. He stayed the night, and attended a Camp Council. Afterwards he wrote and said "To get that discipline without compulsion is a supreme achievement and I admired every bit of your work." I quote this because it congratulates us on something which we have never claimed for ourselves. We always say that the chief virtue of our system of shared responsibility lies in its educational value to the members, and that it may not be a very efficient form of government. We are very glad to find that it seems also to be an efficient disciplinary method."  

For this and more, see: SA/Q 15.4: Q-Camps News Bulletins

 


 

 
CatalogueNo Speaker Title ItemDate
SA/SF/OH/01/001 Lambert, Kenneth "Jung and Winnicott 1" 14/02/1993
SA/SF/OH/01/002 Lambert, Kenneth "Jung and DWW 2" 12/03/1984
SA/SF/OH/01/003 Fuller, Peter "Mother and Child, Henry Moore and Winnicott" 29/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/01/004 Lambert, Kenneth "Religious Implications in Winnicott and Jung". 23/03/1985
SA/SF/OH/01/005 Miller, Jonathan "Neither Fish nor Fowl nor Good Red Herring" 20/04/1985
SA/SF/OH/01/006 Miller, Jonathan "Neither Fish nor Fowl nor Good Red Herring" 20/04/1985
SA/SF/OH/01/007 Tustin, Frances "The Quest for Continuity, or: The Rhythm of Safetry" 23/11/1985
SA/SF/OH/01/008 Casement, Patrick "Cueing Between Patient and Analyst". 08/02/1986
SA/SF/OH/01/009 Tustin, Frances "Autistic Shapes" 1986
SA/SF/OH/01/010 Lambert, Kenneth "Interpretation and Communication" 15/03/1986
SA/SF/OH/01/011 Tustin, Frances "Psychotherapy with Children who Cannot Play." 18/10/1986
SA/SF/OH/01/012 Green, Andre "Experience and Thinking in Analytic Practice." 21/03/1987
SA/SF/OH/01/013 Newman, Mitchell, Kohon "What is Good is Always being Destroyed". 17/10/1987
SA/SF/OH/01/014 Samuels, Andrew "Analysis and Pluralism". 14/11/1987
SA/SF/OH/01/015 Milner, Marion "Role of Illusion in Symbol Formation". 12/12/1987
SA/SF/OH/01/016 Milner, Marion "Role of Illusion in Symbol Formation". 12/12/1987
SA/SF/OH/01/017 Tustin, Frances "A Child's Emergence from Autism". 28/10/1989
SA/SF/OH/01/018 Bollas, Christopher "Forces of Destiny" 16/07/1988
SA/SF/OH/01/019 Tustin, Frances "To Be or Not To Be". 15/10/1988
SA/SF/OH/01/020 Tustin, Frances "The Breasts of Hecuba". 04/02/1989
SA/SF/OH/01/021 Miller, Jonathan "King Lear in Rehearsal". 01/03/1989
SA/SF/OH/01/022 James, Martin "The Place of Psychoanalysis". 11/07/1987
SA/SF/OH/01/023 Phillips, Adam "On Worrying". 03/12/1989
SA/SF/OH/01/024 Gordon, Rosemary "Birth and Creativity". 08/07/1989
SA/SF/OH/01/025 Bollas, Christopher "Further Reflections on Self-Experiencing". 17/03/1990
SA/SF/OH/01/026 Plaut, Fred "Early Mapping of World Images". 21/04/1990
SA/SF/OH/01/027 Samuels, Andrew "Jung, The Nazis and Anti-Semitism". 16/06/1990
SA/SF/OH/01/028 Green, Andre "Object(s) and Subject". 02/06/1990
SA/SF/OH/01/029 Coltart, Nina "Manners makyth man - true or false?". 10/11/1990
SA/SF/OH/01/030 James, Colin "Holding". 01/12/1990
SA/SF/OH/01/031 Mitchell, Juliet "Questioning the Story". 07/12/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/032 Mitchell, Juliet "Questioning the Story". 07/12/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/033 Rose, Jacqueline "Why War?" 19/01/1991
SA/SF/OH/01/034 Green, Andre "On Thirdness" 25/05/1991
SA/SF/OH/01/035 Samuels, Andrew "Men" 05/10/1991
SA/SF/OH/01/036 James, Martin "Has Winnicott Become as Winnicottian?" 16/02/1991
SA/SF/OH/01/037 Mitchell, Juliet "Thinking About Hysteria" 15/02/1992
SA/SF/OH/01/038 McDougall, Joyce "Trauma and Creativity" 14/03/1992
SA/SF/OH/01/039 Tonnesman, Margret "The Third Area of Experience in Psychoanalysis" 27/06/1992
SA/SF/OH/01/040 Phillips, Adam "Contingency for Beginners" 10/10/1992
SA/SF/OH/01/041 Holmes, Jeremy "Squiggles and the Secure Base: The complementary worlds of D. W. Winnicott and John Bowlby" 05/12/1992
SA/SF/OH/01/042 Rustin, Michael "Clinical method and scientific discovery in English psychoanalysis" 17/01/1993
SA/SF/OH/01/043 Trevarthen, Colwyn "The Growth of Emotions and Why We Need Them" 14/02/1993
SA/SF/OH/01/044 Padel, John "Nature vs. Art" 21/03/1993
SA/SF/OH/01/045 Stewart, Harold

"Non verbal communication between patient and analyst".

Side 1

 

Side 2

 

23/05/1993
SA/SF/OH/01/046 Gaddini, Renata "Lullabies and Rhyme in the Emotional Life of Children [&?] No-longer Children". 05/12/1993
SA/SF/OH/01/047 Waddell, Margot "A Local Habitation and a Name". - From Resemblance to Identity. 10/10/1993
SA/SF/OH/01/048 Kolvin, Israel "Family Adversity, Parental Resilience & the Impact on Children". 13/02/1994
SA/SF/OH/01/049 Rodman, Robert "Unpremeditated Aspects of the Interpretation". 08/05/1994
SA/SF/OH/01/050 Samuels, Andrew "The hidden reactionary politics of object relations and Kleinian psychoanalysis". 02/10/1994
SA/SF/OH/01/051 Alvarez, Anne "Problems in Psychotherapy of the Psychopathic Hardened Child". 02/10/1994
SA/SF/OH/01/052 Wright, Kenneth "Looking after the Self". 29/01/1995
SA/SF/OH/01/053 Forrester, John "On Holding as Perversion". 14/05/1995
SA/SF/OH/01/054 Johns, Jennifer "A Mother's Place is in the Wrong". 19/03/1995
SA/SF/OH/01/055 Kohon, Gregorio "Let it be Fire". 08/10/1995
SA/SF/OH/01/056 Pines, Dinora "A woman's unconscious use of her body". 26/11/1995
SA/SF/OH/01/057 Bollas, Christopher "Election Frenzy" - "Talk + Questions". 17/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/058 Bollas, Christopher "Election Frenzy - cont - Answers". 17/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/059 Coltart, Nina "Ingredient 'X' - I". 16/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/060 Coltart, Nina "Ingredient 'X' - II". 16/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/061 McDougall, Joyce "Violence and Creativity I". 20/07/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/062 McDougall, Joyce "Violence and Creativity II". 20/07/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/063 Green, Andre "The Posthumous Winnicott I". 29/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/064 Green, Andre "The Posthumous Winnicott II". 29/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/065 Khan, Masud "Fate - Neurosis, False Self and Destiny". 02/06/1984
SA/SF/OH/01/066 Honzel, Didier "Three levels of Integration of Psychic Bisexuality". 28/06/1997
SA/SF/OH/01/067 Alvarez, Anne "Which Violence & Whose Violence" 04/07/1999
SA/SF/OH/01/068 Abram, Jan; Farhi, Nina "Marion Milner Centenary Conference"; Jan Abram -Introduction to the day and speakers. Nina Farhi - introduction to Marion Milner reminiscences. 05/02/2000
SA/SF/OH/01/069 Brafman, Abe "Infant Observation - What do you see?" 13/05/2000
SA/SF/OH/01/070 Loparic, Zeljkpo "Winnicott's Paradigm - the Madeleine Davis Memorial Lecture". 01/07/2000
SA/SF/OH/01/071 Tonnesmann, Margaret "A Healthy Individual". 07/07/2001
SA/SF/OH/01/072 Wright, Kenneth "Who? Why? What? When? Where?". 16/05/1998
SA/SF/OH/01/073 Farhi, Nina "In the beginning there was darkness. Images across the void". 15/03/1997
SA/SF/OH/01/074 Davis, Madeleine "Margaret Innesman, Faith Miles, Nina Farhi." 24/14/1990
SA/SF/OH/01/080 Green, Andre "The Posthumous Winnicott II". 29/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/01/090 James, Colin "Holding". 03/01/1990
CatalogueNo Speaker Title ItemDate
SA/SF/OH/02/001 Newman, Alexander J. "Fatherhood" 12/06/1982
SA/SF/OH/02/002 Newman, Alexander J. "Adolescence" 05/06/1982
SA/SF/OH/02/003 Newman, Alexander J. "Difference Between Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy" 21/05/1983
SA/SF/OH/02/004 Newman, Alexander J. "What is Psychotherapy/Playing" 03/03/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/005 Newman, Alexander J. "Survival". 24/03/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/006 Newman, Alexander J. "Survival". 24/03/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/007 Newman, Alexander J. "C.J.F. Lear + Winnicott" 31/03/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/008 Newman, Alexander J. "Breastfeeding as a Communication" 01/12/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/009 Young, Mary "Children Playing in Mother's Presence" 24/08/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/010 Lynch, Jim "Theatre as Education" 26/05/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/011 Newman, Alexander J. "Guilt" N/D/
SA/SF/OH/02/012 Newman, Alexander J. "True + False Self". 17/11/1984
SA/SF/OH/02/013 Newman, Alexander J. "Primary Material Preoccupation". 12/01/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/014 Lynch, Jim "Not less than everything". 16/02/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/015 Newman, Alexander J. "Capacity to be Alone". 09/02/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/016 Fielding, John "The Creature that Never has been". 07/12/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/017 Newman, Alexander J. "Origins of Creativity". 16/03/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/018 Newman, Alexander J. "The Search for the Self-Planning". [Note: possibly "Playing"] 30/03/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/019 Newman, Alexander J. "To be Alive is All". 16/05/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/020 Newman, Alexander J. "Psyche-SOMA". 20/07/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/021 Newman, Alexander J. "The Squiggle Game". 22/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/022 Birkett, Diana "Spontaneity, Winnicott: A Case Study" 13/07/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/023 Newman, Alexander J. "Roots of Aggression". 08/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/024 Newman, Alexander J. "Depression as an Achievement". 19/10/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/025 Newman, Alexander J. "Communication between Mother + Infant etc". 30/11/1985
SA/SF/OH/02/026 Newman, Alexander J. "STUDY DAY: - Infant/Mother Observation". 12/04/1986
SA/SF/OH/02/027 Newman, Alexander J. "The Psychology of Madness". (Winnicott: Original Themes). 26/04/1986
SA/SF/OH/02/028 Kohon, Gregorio "Annual Lecture, Variations on the Theme of Creativity". 09/05/1987
SA/SF/OH/02/029 Newman, Alexander J. "On Not Being Able to Play". 14/02/1987
SA/SF/OH/02/030 Newman, Alexander J. "Primitive Agonies". 16/05/1987
SA/SF/OH/02/031 Newman, Alexander J. "To be Alive is all". 03/10/1987
SA/SF/OH/02/032 Fielding, John "Mother, mother, what have you done?". 07/11/1987
SA/SF/OH/02/033 Anderson, Graham "Holding" 21/11/1987
SA/SF/OH/02/034 Loria, Sabina "Mourning in Childhood". 20/02/1988
SA/SF/OH/02/035 Newman, Alexander J. "Winnicott and the Fear of Breakdown". 27/02/1988
SA/SF/OH/02/036 Newman, Alexander J. "OTW: Concept of a Healthy Individual". 01/10/1988
SA/SF/OH/02/037 Newman, Alexander J. "On Marion Milner". 10/12/1988
SA/SF/OH/02/038 Newman, Alexander J. "Destruction as Achievement". 04/03/1989
SA/SF/OH/02/039 Newman, Alexander J. "Psychotherapy and Friendship". 29/04/1989
SA/SF/OH/02/040 Fielding, John "The Merchant of Venice". 06/05/1989
SA/SF/OH/02/041 Farhi, Nina "Concern and Contempt". 13/05/1989
SA/SF/OH/02/042 Farhi, Nina "Location of Cultural Experience" 17/06/1989
SA/SF/OH/02/043 Norrington, Sue "Paradox" 27/01/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/044 Newman, Alexander. J. "Depression as Achievement". 25/06/1988
SA/SF/OH/02/045 Fielding, John "His Majesty The Baby - Hamlet again". 17/02/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/046 Newman, Alexander. J. "No Affirmation without Negation". 01/07/1989
SA/SF/OH/02/047 Spurling, Laurie "Capacity to be Alone". 10/03/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/048 Fielding, John "Wronging the Ancientry". 07/06/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/049 Spurling, Laurie "The Sins of the Mothers". 30/06/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/050 Farhi, Nina "Manic Defence" 07/07/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/051 Farhi, Nina "Creativity and the Roots of Aggression". 06/10/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/052 Spurling, Laurie "Transference and The Maternal Face". 13/10/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/053 Anderson, Paul "An Ever Widening Frame" 20/10/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/054 Fielding, John "Blushes and Kisses - Romeo & Juliet - Adolescence & Winnicott". 02/12/1990
SA/SF/OH/02/055 Fielding, John "Men, children only. Adolescents, Fighting & Self-Destruction". 02/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/056 Spurling, Laurie

"On Communicating I".

 

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Conclusion of talk begun on SA/SF/OH/02/056

Spurling, Laurie

"On Communicating II".

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Spurling, Laurie

"On Communicating".

 

10/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/059 Kerr, Anna "Unmet Need: Can grossly deprived children make good parents?". 16/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/060 Norrington, Sue "Fear of Breakdown & Primitive Agonies". 23/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/061 Norrington, Sue "Paradox". 18/05/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/062 Spurling, Laurie "Location of Cultural Experience". 08/06/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/063 Fielding, John "Who Does the Wolf Love?". 22/06/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/064 Spurling, Laurie "20,000 Patients". 19/10/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/065 Spurling, Laurie "Being in One's Body". 30/11/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/066 Richards, Val "Mothers, Mirrors, Masks". 02/11/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/067 Norrington, Sue "Transitional Phenomena". 16/11/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/068 Fielding, John "Virginia Woolf, Winnicott and the Gaze" 23/11/1991
SA/SF/OH/02/069 Trevarthen, Colwyn "Playing into Reality" 18/01/1992
SA/SF/OH/02/070 Norrington, Sue "Fear of Breakdown". 01/02/1992
SA/SF/OH/02/071 Spurling, Laurie "The Value of Depression". 29/02/1992
SA/SF/OH/02/072 Spurling, Laurie "The God Enough Therapist". 04/07/1992
SA/SF/OH/02/073 Spurling, Laurie "The Capacity to be Alone". 24/10/1992
SA/SF/OH/02/074 Richards, Val "Privation and Deprivation, lack and loss". 07/11/1992
SA/SF/OH/02/075 Norrington, Sue "There's No Such Thing as a Baby". 31/10/1992
SA/SF/OH/02/076 Cockburn, Andrew "Being, Reacting, Impingement, Trauma - [predicament of Catherine Sloper in 'Washington Square' ". 20/02/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/077 Richards, Val "The Manic Defence". 27/02/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/078 Fielding, John "Some Dreams of Shakespeare's". 06/03/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/079 Kotowicz, Zbigniew "False Self, True Self, Playing (I)". 08/05/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/080 Kotowicz, Zbigniew "True Self, False Self, Playing (I)". 08/05/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/081 Kotowicz, Zbigniew "True Self, False Self, Playing (II)". 15/05/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/082 Zellinger, Jacob "Creativity". 12/06/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/083 Fielding, John "The Story of the Night told o'er". 19/06/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/084 Spurling, Laurie "Playing and Transference". 26/06/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/085 Spurling, Laurie "Winnicott's Therapeutic Consultation: Dreaming, History-Taking & Playing". 23/10/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/086 Richards, Val "Theatre & Therapy". 06/11/1993
SA/SF/OH/02/087 Cockburn, Andrew "Winnicottian themes in Blake" 05/12/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/088 Richards, Val "Drama, Dreaming, Fantasying". 29/01/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/089 Orbach, Susie "Countertransference and the False Body". 16/01/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/090 Mulder, Frederick "Being a person - Psyche & Soma". 19/02/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/091 Trevarthen, Colwyn "To the Infant Hero". 20/03/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/092 Fielding, John "Footfalls". 18/06/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/093 Richards, Val "Games and Playing". 25/06/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/094 Ernst, Sheila "Winnicott and Groups". 02/07/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/095 Spurling, Laurence "What is a Healthy Child". 22/10/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/096 Perris, Marina "Towards Independence". 05/11/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/097 Richards, Val "I had a Daughter". 12/11/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/098 Fielding, John "So Rare a Wondered Father - Fathering and Mothering in 'The Tempest' ". 26/11/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/099 Perris, Marina "The Moment of Hesitation". 21/01/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/100 Anderson, Paul "Against Civilisation" 04/02/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/101 Prendeville, Bill "Mind does not really exist as en Entity - Exploring the Paradox". 18/02/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/102 Fielding, John "Jane Austen, Emma and the Search for the Self". 26/02/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/103 Parker, Rosie "Maternal Ambivalence and Creative Parenting". 20/05/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/104 Perris, Marina "Transitional Phenomena: The Moment of Creation & Recognition". 06/05/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/105 Mulder, Frederick "Art & The Aesthetic Experience". 10/06/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/106 Fielding, John "Thurgh the Golet Softe and Sweete - Eating & The Writing of Eating". 24/06/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/107 Richards, Val "Being & Feeling Real". 28/10/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/108 Perris, Marina "Towards Independence". 04/11/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/109 Noack, Amelie "SUM I AM: Holding and Unit Status". 11/11/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/110 Fielding, John "Creation of the Self in the Other". 18/11/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/111 Roman, Stan "Who's Apple in Who's Eyes?". 02/12/1995
SA/SF/OH/02/112 Anderson, Paul "Manic Defence: The Gingerbread Boy" 10/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/113 Barratt, Helen "Swallowing the Hand that Feeds you: The Antisocial Tendency". 09/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/114 Noonan, Ellen "People and their pets: Attachment and transitorial objects". 27/04/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/115 Gribinski, Michel "Communicating and Not Communicating". 11/05/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/116 Mulder, Frederick "Winnicott and Social Issues". 01/06/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/117 Thompson, Martina "Art and Therapy". 08/06/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/118 Noack, Amelie "SUM: I AM Absolute Dependence". 12/10/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/119 Fielding, John "How Rare a Wondrous Father: Winnicott and The Tempest". 26/10/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/120 Saville, Sue "The Moment of Hesitation". 16/11/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/121 Richards, Val "Me + Not-me". 19/10/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/122 Anderson, Paul "Primary Maternal Preoccu-". [Preoccupation] 23/11/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/123 Spurling, Laurie "Mirror-role of Mother". 30/11/1996
SA/SF/OH/02/124 Perris, Marina "Hesitating to be". 22/02/1994
SA/SF/OH/02/125 Barratt, Helen "The Anti-Social Tendency - Winnicott & Mess". 07/03/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/126 Noonan, Eileen "Pets & Transitorial Phenomena". 26/04/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/127 Noack, Amelie "Male & Female Elements". 19/04/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/128 Richards, Val "Creativity & Interpretation". 22/05/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/129 Leff, Joan Raphael "The Alien within: Implosion and Primary Maternal Persecution [?]". 10/05/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/130 Fielding, John "'Legs'; Some steps towards a Winnicottian Language". 14/06/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/131 Saville, Sue "A Willing Slave? Primary Maternal Preoccupation". 18/10/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/132 Noack, Amelie "From absolute Dependence towards...". 25/10/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/133 Johns, Jennifer "Physiology and Holding". 08/11/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/134 Fielding, John "Returning the Mother's Gaze: S[?] Stillness". 15/11/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/135 Hopkins, Juliet "Snack-bar therapy with under 5's". 06/12/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/136 Walters, Margaret "Mothers & Madonnas". 13/12/1997
SA/SF/OH/02/137 Schaedel, Maggy "The Violation of the Self's Core". 31/01/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/138 Whitwell, John "Delinquency as a sign of Hope". 28/02/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/139 Kahr, Brett "Hate in the Countertransference". 14/02/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/140 Richards, Val "Regression: The Stroke of Midnight". 21/02/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/141 Mulder, Frederick "Winnicott + Social Issues". 30/05/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/142 Parker, Rosie "Creativity, Femininity and Aggression". 13/06/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/143 Lanyado, Monica "The Significance of Transitional Phenomena in a fiver yr. old boy's ...". 20/06/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/144 Noack, Amelie "Physiology and Holding". 17/10/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/145 Fielding, John "The Unthought Known - from Othello". 31/10/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/146 Brafman, Abe "Therapeutic Consultations and the Squiggle Game". 14/11/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/147 Richards, Val "Mirror Role". 28/11/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/148 Richards, Val "Mirroring and Holding". 29/11/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/149 Rollinson, Richard "The Residential Treatment of Emotionally Troubled Children". 05/12/1998
SA/SF/OH/02/150 Whitwell, John "The Anti-Social Tendency". 30/01/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/151 Kahr, Brett "The Countertransference". 23/01/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/152 Hopkins, Juliet "Snack bar therapy for under fives". 13/02/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/153 Frankl, Richard "Fantasy and Imagination in Winnicott's work". 06/03/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/154 Johns, Jennifer "[?]" 24/04/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/155 Richards, Val "Playing and Interpretation". 01/05/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/156 Noack, Amelie "Winnicott and Groups". 08/05/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/157 Sapochnik, Carlos "Winnicott and Education". 22/05/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/158 Lanyado, Monica "Transitional Phenomena, creativity and play". 05/06/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/159 Saville, Sue "Religion, Spirituality and Winnecott" 12/06/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/160 Mulder, Frederick "Winnicott and Social Issues". 19/06/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/161 Richards, Val "Mirror Role". 23/10/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/162 Hopkins, Juliet "Development of Playing". 30/10/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/163 Fielding, John " 'I thought so then' -Thinking, Knowing, Feeling" - from Othello. 06/11/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/164 Brafman, Abe "Therapeutic Consultations + Squiggle Game". 13/11/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/165 Kahr, Brett "Hate in the Countertransference". 15/01/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/166 Cauldwell, Leslie "Fear of Breakdown" 29/01/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/167 Dalah, Farhad "Using Winnecott to Understand Racism". 19/02/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/168 Frankl, Richard "Adolescent Psyche". 18/03/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/169 Saville, Sue "Transitorial Objects + Transitorial Phenomena". 25/03/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/170 Cauldwell, Leslie "Winnicott & The Creative Arts" 08/05/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/171 Johns, Jennifer "Discussion - our own creativity". 20/05/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/172 Saville, Sue "Absolute Dependence". 16/10/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/173 Barratt, Gina "D.W.W. on the worker & the organisation" 10/06/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/174 Cooke, Sarah "D.W.W. + Women". 17/06/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/175 Noack, Amelie "Winnicott + Groups". 24/06/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/176 Abram, Jan "The Surviving Object" 08/07/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/177 Cooke, Sarah " [The Stage of] Absolute Dependence". 21/10/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/178 Richards, Val "The Use + Abuse of Meaning". 28/10/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/179 Kahr, Brett "Introduction to Winnicott - the man". 14/10/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/180 Brafman, Abe "Therapeutic Consultation" N/D/
SA/SF/OH/02/181 Saville, Sue "On Mirror Role of Mother & Family". 11/11/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/182 Abram, Jan "Fate of the Ruthless Baby" 25/11/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/183 Fielding, John "The Unthought Known - from Othello". 02/12/2000
SA/SF/OH/02/184 Crawford, Stephen "Hate in the counter-transference". 13/01/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/185 Zalides "Therapeutic Consultations in General Practice". 20/01/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/186 Lanyado, Monica "Fostering & Adoption - transitional experience". 27/01/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/187 Healy, Kevin "Working with Disturbed Adolescents: What is Good Enough". 03/02/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/188 Whitwell, John Working With Children in a Therapeutic Setting 17/02/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/189 Davids, Jenny "The Paradoxes of Adolescence" 03/03/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/190 Saville, Sue "Playing & The Use of an Object" 10/03/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/191 Casement, Patrick " 'Getting there' - the Unfolding Potential of Psychoanalysis" 17/03/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/192 Johns, Jennifer "Winnicott & 'Our Own Creativity' ". 05/05/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/193 Barrett, Jina "Winnicott, the Worker & The Organisation". 16/06/2001
SA/SF/OH/02/194 Kahr, Brett "Winnicott's The Good Life". 15/05/1999
SA/SF/OH/02/195 Fielding, John "King Lear and Winnicott" 31/03/1984
CatalogueNo Speaker Title ItemDate
SA/SF/OH/03/001 Farhi, Nina "Unintegration, Integration and Disintegration" 25/01/1992
SA/SF/OH/03/002 Farhi, Nina "Perfection has no meaning"; "We succeed by failing" 16/10/1993
SA/SF/OH/03/003 Farhi, Nina "When I look I am seen, so I must exist" 26/02/1994
SA/SF/OH/03/004 Farhi, Nina "Only out of non-existence can existence start". 03/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/03/005 Farhi, Nina "The Squiggle Game: A sophisticated game of hide and seek" 22/06/1996
SA/SF/OH/03/006 Farhi, Nina "Location of Cultural Experience" 17/06/1989
SA/SF/OH/03/007 Farhi, Nina "Concern and Contempt" 13/05/1989
SA/SF/OH/03/008 Abram, Jan "Marion Milner Centenary Conference. Introduction to Day and Speakers." "Nina Farhi" 05/02/2000
SA/SF/OH/03/009 Coltart, Nina "Manner Makyth Man - True or False" 10/11/1990
SA/SF/OH/03/010 Farhi, Nina "To stay well, to stay alive and to stay awake - regression in the therapeutic setting" 04/03/1995
SA/SF/OH/03/011 Farhi, Nina; Podro, Michael "Marion Milner Centenary Conference";
"Finding the familiar in the unfamiliar" "In the Hands of the Living God"
"On real and ongoing presence"
05/02/2000
CatalogueNo Speaker Title ItemDate
SA/SF/OH/04/001 Davis, Madeleine "Destruction as an achievement." 01/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/04/002 Davis, Madeleine "Winnicott Object Relations." 04/06/1988
SA/SF/OH/04/003 Winnicott, Clare "Squiggle 2nd at home" 1982
SA/SF/OH/04/004 Noack, Amelie "What's Rocking the Cradle? - Fear of Breakdown." 25/01/1997
CatalogueNo Speaker Title ItemDate
SA/SF/OH/05/001 Abram, Jan "Warm Hills and Rivers of Milk". 29/10/1994
SA/SF/OH/05/002 Abram, Jan "Babies, Mothers, Dads + Winnicott". 28/09/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/003 Abram, Jan "The Use of an Object". 15/05/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/004 Abram, Jan "Concerning Humpty Dumpty". 18/05/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/005 Abram, Jan "Winnicott's Meaning of Health". 11/10/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/006 Abram, Jan "There's No Such Thing as a Patient". 30/11/1993
SA/SF/OH/05/007 Abram, Jan "Winnicott and the Millenium" / "Questions Answered" 09/10/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/008 Abram, Jan "Regression". 15/02/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/009 Abram, Jan "Fear of Breakdown" 09/01/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/010 Abram, Jan "The Surviving Object" 08/07/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/011 Abram, Jan "Fate of the Ruthless Baby" 25/11/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/012 Alvarez, Anne "Which Violence & Whose Violence" 03/07/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/013 Alvarez, Anne "Problems in Psychotherapy of the Psychopathic Hardened Child". 02/10/1994
SA/SF/OH/05/014/01 Anderson, Graham "Holding" 21/11/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/014/02 Anderson, Graham "Holding" 21/11/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/015 Anderson, Paul "Against Civilisation" 04/02/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/016 Anderson, Paul "Primary Maternal Preoccu-". [Preoccupation] 23/11/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/017 Anderson, Paul "An Ever Widening Frame" 20/10/1990
SA/SF/OH/05/018 Anderson, Paul "Manic Defence: The Gingerbread Boy" 10/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/019 Barratt, Helen "The Anti-Social Tendency - Winnicott & Mess". 07/03/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/020 Barratt, Helen "Swallowing the Hand that Feeds you: The Antisocial Tendency". 09/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/021 Birkett, Diana "Spontaneity, Winnicott: A Case Study" 13/07/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/022 Bollas, Christopher "Further Reflections on Self-Experiencing". 17/03/1990
SA/SF/OH/05/023 Bollas, Christopher "Forces of Destiny" 16/07/1988
SA/SF/OH/05/024 Bollas, Christopher "Election Frenzy" 17/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/025 Bollas, Christopher "Election Fever". 17/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/026 Brafman, Abe "Therapeutic Consultations". 13/11/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/027 Brafman, Abe "Infant Observation - What do you see?" 13/05/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/028 Brafman, Abe "Therapeutic Consultations and the Squiggle Game". 14/11/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/029 Brafman, Abe "Therapeutic Consultations". 04/11/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/030 Cauldwell, Leslie "Fear of Breakdown" 29/01/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/031 Cauldwell, Leslie "Winnicott & The Creative Arts" 08/05/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/032 Casement, Patrick "Cueing Between Patient and Analyst". 08/02/1986
SA/SF/OH/05/033 Casement, Patrick " 'Getting there' - the Unfolding Potential of Psychoanalysis" 17/03/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/034 Cooke, Sarah "D.W.W. + Women". 17/06/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/035 Cooke, Sarah " [The Stage of] Absolute Dependence". 17/06/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/036 Cockburn, Andrew "Winnicottian themes in Blake" 05/12/1994
SA/SF/OH/05/037 Cockburn, Andrew "Being, Reacting, Impingement, Trauma - [predicament of Catherine Sloper in 'Washington Square' ". 20/02/1993
SA/SF/OH/05/038 Coltart, Nina "Ingredient 'X' ". 13/06/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/039 Crawford, Stephen "Hate in the counter-transference". 13/01/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/041 Davis, Madeleine "Destruction as an achievement." 01/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/042 Davis, Madeleine "The Spatula Game." 05/07/1986
SA/SF/OH/05/043 Davis, Madeleine "Destruction as an achievement." 01/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/044 Noack, Amelie "Winnicott and Spirituality". 23/06/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/045 Ernst, Sheila "Winnicott and Groups". 02/07/1994
SA/SF/OH/05/046 Coltart, Nina "Manner Makyth Man - True or False" 10/11/1990
SA/SF/OH/05/047 Davis, Madeleine [?] "Bruce's Barmitzvah"; "Come on Eileen Sharovsky"; "Dexy's Midnight Fame Runners'. /
"Winnicott and Object Relations". [?]
04/06/1988
SA/SF/OH/05/048 Gribinski, Michel "Communicating and Not Communicating Leading to a Story of Certain Opposites". 11/05/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/049 Farhi, Nina "Only out of non-existence can existence start". 03/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/050 Newman, Alexander. J. "DWW on Jung". N/D/
SA/SF/OH/05/051 Davids, Jenny "The Paradoxes of Adolescence" 03/03/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/052     N.D.
SA/SF/OH/05/053 Fielding, John "Blushes and Kisses - Romeo & Juliet - Adolescence & Winnicott".
"Men Children Only Adolescents Fighting and Self Destruction".
02/12/1990; 02/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/054 Fielding, John " 'I thought so then' -Thinking, Knowing, Feeling" - from Othello. 06/11/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/055 Fielding, John "The Creature that Never has been". 07/12/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/056 Fielding, John "Mother, mother, what have you done? - Coriolanus & Winnicott" 07/11/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/057 Fielding, John "The Merchant of Venice". 06/05/1989
SA/SF/OH/05/058 Fielding, John "Jane Austen and mothers". 01/02/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/059 Fielding, John "Blushes and Kisses - Romeo & Juliet - Adolescence & Winnicott".
"Men Children Only Adolescents Fighting and Self Destruction".
02/12/1990
SA/SF/OH/05/060 Fielding, John "Men, children only. Adolescents, Fighting & Self-Destruction". 02/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/061 Fielding, John "Who Does the Wolf Love?". 22/06/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/062 Fielding, John "The Story of the Night told o'er". 19/06/1993
SA/SF/OH/05/063 Fielding, John "So Rare a Wondered Father - Fathering and Mothering in 'The Tempest' ". 26/11/1994
SA/SF/OH/05/064 Fielding, John "Creation of the Self in the Other". 18/11/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/065 Fielding, John "Thurgh the Gullet Softe and Sweete - Eating and The Writing of Eating". 24/06/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/066 Fielding, John "Jane Austen and mothers". 02/03/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/067 Fielding, John "Since then I have murdered my Mother; Jane Austen and Winnicott". 24/02/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/068 Fielding, John "The Unthought Known - from Othello". 31/10/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/069 Fielding, John "Jane Austen and mothers". 01/02/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/070 Fielding, John "'Legs'; Some steps towards a Winnicottian Language". 14/06/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/071 Fielding, John "Returning the Mother's Gaze". 15/11/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/072 Fielding, John "Returning the Mother's Gaze". 15/11/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/073 Fielding, John "The Unthought Known - from Othello". 31/10/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/074 Fielding, John "Virginia Woolf, Winnicott and the Gaze" 23/11/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/075 Frankl, Richard "Fantasy and Imagination in Winnicott's work". 06/03/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/076 Forrester, John "On Holding as Perversion". 14/05/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/077 Fuller, Peter "Mother and Child, Henry Moore and Winnicott" 29/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/078 Green, Andre "Experience and Thinking in Analytic Practice." 21/03/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/079 Green, Andre "The Posthumous Winnicott I". 29/03/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/080 Gribinski, Michel "Communicating and Not Communicating Leading to a Story of Certain Opposites". 11/05/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/081 Mitchell, Juliet "Celebrating the Work of Andre Green 2"; "Matricide and the dead mother of pre-history". 21/11/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/082 Mitchell, Juliet "Celebrating the Work of Andre Green 3". 21/11/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/084 Hahn, Herbert "War is Necessary". 28/02/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/085 Healy, Kevin "Working with Disturbed Adolescents: What is Good Enough". 03/02/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/086 Honzel, Didier "Three levels of Integration of Psychic Bisexuality". 28/06/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/087 Hopkins, Juliet "Snack bar therapy for under fives". 06/12/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/088 Hopkins, Juliet "Development of Playing". 30/10/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/089 Holmes, Jeremy "Squiggles and the Secure Base: The complementary worlds of D. W. Winnicott and John Bowlby" 05/12/1992
SA/SF/OH/05/091 James, Martin "Has Winnicott Become as Winnicottian?" 16/02/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/092 James, Martin "The Place of Analysis". 11/07/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/093 Johns, Jennifer "Physiology and Holding". 08/11/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/094 Johns, Jennifer "A Mother's Place is in the Wrong". 19/03/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/095 Johns, Jennifer "Our Own Creativity". 05/05/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/096 Kahr, Brett "Hate in the Countertransference". 15/01/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/097 Kahr, Brett "Winnicott: The Man and an Overview of his Work". 10/10/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/098 Kahr, Brett "Hate in the Countertransference". 18/01/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/099 Kerr, Anna "Unmet Need: Can grossly deprived children make good parents?". 16/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/100 Klein, Josephine "Assessment. What for? Who for?". 07/02/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/101 Kohon, Gregorio "Celebrating the Work of Andre Green / Andre Green Response to papers". N/D/
SA/SF/OH/05/102 Kolvin, Israel "Family Adversity, Parental Resilience & the Impact on Children". 13/02/1994
SA/SF/OH/05/103 Kahr, Brett "Hate in the Countertransference". 18/01/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/104 Kohon, Gregorio "Let it be Fire". 08/10/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/105 Kerr, Anna "Unmet Need: Can grossly deprived children make good parents?". 16/03/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/106 Kohon, Gregorio "Variations on the Theme of Creativity". 09/05/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/107 Khan, Masud "Fate - Neurosis, False Self and Destiny". 02/06/1984
SA/SF/OH/05/108 Kahr, Brett "Hate in the Countertransference". 14/02/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/109 Kahr, Brett "Hate in the Countertransference". 23/01/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/110 Kahr, Brett "Introduction to Winnicott - the man". 14/10/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/111 Kahr, Brett "Winnicott's The Good Life". 15/05/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/112 Lambert, Kenneth "Religious Implications in Winnicott and Jung". 23/03/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/113 Lanyado, Monica "Transitional Phenomena, creativity and play". 05/06/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/114 Lanyado, Monica "Fostering & Adoption - transitional experience". 27/01/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/115 Loparic, Zeljkpo "Winnicott's Paradigm - the Madeleine Davis Memorial Lecture". 01/07/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/116 Lanyado, Monica "The Significance of Transitional Phenomena in a fiver yr. old boy's ...". 20/06/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/117 Loria, Sabina "Mourning in Childhood". 20/02/1988
SA/SF/OH/05/118 Lambert, Kenneth "Interpretation and Communication" 15/03/1986
SA/SF/OH/05/119 Lynch, Jim "Theatre as Education" 26/05/1984
SA/SF/OH/05/120 Lynch, Jim "Not less than everything". 16/02/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/121 Leach, Penelope "Parent Education and Support for what Children". 13/03/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/122 McDougall, Joyce "Trauma and Creativity" 14/03/1992
SA/SF/OH/05/123 Miller, Jonathan "King Lear in Rehearsal". 01/03/1989
SA/SF/OH/05/124 Farhi, Nina "Manic Defence" 07/07/1990
SA/SF/OH/05/125 Mulder, Frederick "Being a person - Psyche & Soma". 19/02/1994
SA/SF/OH/05/126 Milner, Marion "On Winnicott". 25/03/1982
SA/SF/OH/05/128 McDougall, Joyce "Violence and Creativity". 20/07/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/129 Mulder, Frederick "Art & The Aesthetic Experience". 10/06/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/130 Mulder, Frederick "Winnicott and Art". 31/05/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/131 Mulder, Frederick "Winnicott and Social Issues". 19/06/1999
SA/SF/OH/05/132 Bravier, Malcom [?] "Psychoanalysis + Art : The Winnicott Legacy". N/D/
SA/SF/OH/05/133 Mulder, Frederick "Winnicott + Social Issues". 30/05/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/134 Newman, Alexander J. "Adolescence" 05/06/1982
SA/SF/OH/05/135 Newman, Alexander J. "True + False Self". 17/11/1984
SA/SF/OH/05/136 Newman, Alexander J. "Psychotherapy and Friendship". 29/04/1989
SA/SF/OH/05/137 Newman, Alexander J. "Roots of Aggression". 08/06/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/138 Newman, Alexander J. "Psyche-SOMA". 20/07/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/139 Newman, Alexander. J. "DWW on Jung". 12/05/1986
SA/SF/OH/05/140 Newman, Alexander J. "On Marion Milner". 10/12/1988
SA/SF/OH/05/141 Newman, Alexander J. "Origins of Creativity". 16/03/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/142 Newman, Alexander. J. "No Affirmation without Negation". 01/07/1989
SA/SF/OH/05/143 Newman, Alexander. J. "No Affirmation without Negation". 01/07/1989
SA/SF/OH/05/144 Farhi, Nina "In the beginning there was darkness. Images across the void". 15/03/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/145 Newman, Alexander J. "Depression as an Achievement". 19/10/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/146 Newman, Alexander J. "Breastfeeding as a Communication" 01/12/1984
SA/SF/OH/05/147 Newman, Alexander J. "What is Psychotherapy/Playing" 03/03/1984
SA/SF/OH/05/148 Newman, Alexander J. "Difference Between Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy" 21/05/1983
SA/SF/OH/05/149 Newman, Alexander J. "Difference Between Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy" 21/05/1983
SA/SF/OH/05/150 Newman, Alexander J. "Fatherhood" 12/06/1982
SA/SF/OH/05/151 Newman, Alexander J. "Fatherhood" 12/06/1982
SA/SF/OH/05/152 Newman, Alexander J. "STUDY DAY: - Infant/Mother Observation". 12/04/1986
SA/SF/OH/05/153 Newman, Alexander J. "To be Alive is all". 03/10/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/154 Newman, Alexander J. "To be Alive is all". 03/10/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/155 Newman, Alexander J. "Winnicott and the Fear of Breakdown". 27/02/1988
SA/SF/OH/05/156 Newman, Alexander J. "On Not Being Able to Play". 14/02/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/157 Newman, Alexander J. "The Search for the Self-Planning". [Note: possibly "Playing"] 30/03/1985
SA/SF/OH/05/158 Newman, Alexander J. "Primitive Agonies". 16/05/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/159 Newman, Mitchell, Kohon "What is Good is Always being Destroyed". 17/10/1987
SA/SF/OH/05/160 Noack, Amelie "Winnicott + Groups". 24/06/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/161 Noack, Amelie "Physiology and Holding". 17/10/1998
SA/SF/OH/05/162 Noack, Amelie "From absolute Dependence towards...". 25/10/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/163 Noack, Amelie "SUM: I AM Absolute Dependence". 12/10/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/164 Noack, Amelie "Male & Female Elements". 19/04/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/165 Noack, Amelie "SUM I AM: Holding and Unit Status". 11/11/1995
SA/SF/OH/05/166 Noonan, Ellen "People and their pets: Attachment and transitorial objects". 27/04/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/167 Noonan, Ellen "People and their pets: Attachment and transitorial objects". 27/04/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/168 Noonan, Ellen "People and their pets: Attachment and transitorial objects". 27/04/1996
SA/SF/OH/05/169 Noonan, Eileen "Pets & Transitorial Phenomena". 26/04/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/170 Norrington, Sue "Fear of Breakdown". 01/02/1992
SA/SF/OH/05/171 Norrington, Sue "There's No Such Thing as a Baby". 31/10/1992
SA/SF/OH/05/172 Norrington, Sue "Transitional Phenomena". 16/11/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/173 Norrington, Sue "Transitional Phenomena". 16/11/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/174 Norrington, Sue "Paradox" 27/01/1990
SA/SF/OH/05/175 Norrington, Sue "Paradox". 18/05/1991
SA/SF/OH/05/176 Norrington, Sue "Paradox". 18/05/1991; 09/05/1992
SA/SF/OH/05/177 Norrington, Sue "There's No Such Thing as a Baby". 31/10/1992
SA/SF/OH/05/178 Newman, Alexander. J. "Original Themes DWW + Jung". N/D/
SA/SF/OH/05/179 Davis, John "The Emotional Significance of Wearing". 08/02/1997
SA/SF/OH/05/180 Dalah, Farhad "Using Winnicott to Think About Racism". 09/06/2001
SA/SF/OH/05/181 Whitwell, John "The Anti-Social Tendency". 26/02/2000
SA/SF/OH/05/182 Tustin, Frances "Autistic Shapes" 1986
SA/SF/OH/05/183 Gordon, Rosemary "Birth and Creativity". 08/07/1989

 

Barns Hostel School in Scotland was a residential provision for unbilletable boys, which opened in 1940 as a War Emergency and was subsequently adjudged a War Charity under the War Charities Act (1940). It took its name from Barns House in Manor, near Peebles, which was made available to the Ministry of Health by the Wemyss Landed Estates Limited rent free in return for the Government's taking responsibility for rates and taxes and the general upkeep of the house and gardens.

 

The idea for Barns came from the Society of Friends in Scotland, which in October 1939 initiated discussions and then meetings concerned with those boys who were giving trouble in their billets and for whom the only alternative was return to frequently unsuitable homes. The scheme which developed involved the Cupertino of the Scottish Department of Health, which sanctioned expenses; the Peebleshire County Council, which paid the accounts and the salaries of domestic staff and gardener; the Edinburgh Education Committee, which paid the teaching staff and supplied school equipment; and the Society of Friends, which was responsible for the choice of the Warden and the payment of his salary. Friends also took responsibility for the raising of additional funds through an Amenities Committee, and formed the greater part of the membership of the Management and other Committees. The warden selected to open Barns was W. David Wills, an English Friend who, from 1936 until the end of 1939, had pioneered psychoanalytically-oriented group and environmental methods of working with difficult and disturbed young men at Hawkspur Camp in Essex.

 

Barns House became available to the Committee on Whit Sunday and Barns Hostel and School opened to children on July 1, 1940, running as such until the end of 1944 [as detailed in David Wills' The Barns Experiment (Allen and Unwin, London, 1945)]. In late 1944, with the end of the Government's evacuation scheme in sight and with Barns' status as an evacuation hostel and its war-time tenancy coming to an end, plans were made to launch Barns on a permanent footing in new premises. On (or about) December 20th Barns relocated to Templehall House in Coldingham, Berwickshire, Barns House being returned to the Wemyss Estate on December 31st. On February 13, 1945, David Wills left for work in England and headmaster Ben Stoddard became responsible for the day-to-day running of Barns. Meanwhile, organisational meetings in December 1944 and July 1945 relaunched Barns Hostel and School simply as Barns School.

 

Faulty electrical work in the attic of Templehall House led to a major fire in early February, 1946, and the School was temporarily rehoused in Broomlee Camp (under the Scottish Special Housing Association) while a search was made for new premises. Tenancy of Ancrum House in Ancrum was assumed on May 3, 1946, and on May 6 the boys moved in. Seven years later, on July 15, 1953, Barns was forced to close, the owner of Ancrum House having required possession and no other premises having been secured. The Management Committee remained in existence until at least November 19, 1954, the last date for which the Society of Friends' Collection in Edinburgh has minutes.

 

The originals of the Barns Hostel and School archives are with the Edinburgh Society of Friends. What PETT holds are largely photocopies on archival photocopy paper of the archives which Philippa Ludlam held for the Society, and which the Archive was given permission to copy. 


 


UP/BHS
BARNS HOSTEL SCHOOL ARCHIVES


Overview

CATEGORIES

10 BARNS SCHOOL COUNCIL

10.1 Annual meeting minutes, 1944-1952

10.2 The launching of Barns School

10.3 Miscellaneous

10.4 Annual reports, annual reviews

11 MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

11.1 Minutes 1939-1954

11.2 Correspondence

11.3 General files

11.4 Annual reports

11.5 Flyers/ appeals

12 COMMITTEES

12.1 Chairman's committee

12.2 Finance committee

12.3 Home and staff committee

12.4 Amenities committee

2 SCHOOL

 

Catalogue

BARNS HOSTEL SCHOOL ARCHIVES

UP/BHS

 

10 BARNS SCHOOL COUNCIL

10.1 ANNUAL MEETING. MEETING. MINUTES; November 1944-19.12.1952

10.2 LAUNCHING OF BARNS. Meetings 15.12.1944/ 16.7.1945

10.3 MISCELLANEOUS

10.4 ANNUAL REPORTS, PRINTED [Annual Reviews]

1. 1941
2. 1942
3. 1943
6. 1946
7. 1947
8. 1948
9. 1949
10. 1950


11 MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

11.1 MINUTES

11.1/1 25.10.1939 - December 1941
11.1/2 26.1.1942-15.12.1944
11.1/3 18.1.1945-February 1947
11.1/4 20.4.1947-6.9.1950
11.1/5 17.1.1951-19.11.1954

11.2 CORRESPONDENCE

11.2/1 PRE-BARNS ORGANISATION. Correspondence 17.10.1939-20.3.1940

11.2/2 MISCELLANEOUS "Interesting Correspondence from 1940" [Original folder title]
Unsorted

11.2/3 CITY OF EDINBURGH. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: 1940

11.2/4 STAFF 1940-1942

11.2/5 BROKEN GLASS AND REPAIRS 1943

11.2/6 GIFTS AND LOANS 1944

11.2/7 LOTHIAN, DR. ALEXANDRA. Correspondence.
8.7.1948-9.3.1949

11.2/8 MISCELLANEOUS 1947-1953

11.2/9 CORRESPONDENCE. 10.7.1953-18.9.1954


11.3 GENERAL FILES

11.3/1 MISCELLANEOUS UNSORTED

11.3/2 MISCELLANEOUS UNSORTED 2

11.3/3 FUTURE OF COWDENKNOWES

11.3/4 GOVERNMENT CIRCULARS/MEMORANDA

11.4 ANNUAL REPORTS

1. 31.5.1941
2. 31.5.1942
3. 31.7.1943
4. 31.7.1944
5. 31.12.1945
minutes of 7th Annual Meeting, December 1952

11.5 FLYERS/APPEALS


12 COMMITTEES

12.1 CHAIRMAN'S COMMITTEE

12.1/1 MINUTES/CORRESPONDENCE: 8.4.1953-14.10.1953

12.1/2 CORRESPONDENCE. 1951

12.2 FINANCE COMMITTEE

12.2/1 MINUTES/ACCOUNTS: 13.1.1950-15.4.1953

12.2/2 CORRESPONDENCE. 1952

12.3 HOME AND STAFF COMMITTEE

12.3/1 [Minutes, Visits, Lists, Correspondence, Memoranda] 16.4.1945 - 30.3.1953

12.3/2 PREMISES: 27.11.1947 - 5.6.1951

12.3/3 ANCRUM HOUSE. Reconstruction/Lease 1951

12.3/4 PREMISES. Ivanlea

12.3/5 FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT [Ancrum] 1950

12.3/6 DUTIES OF STAFF 1940-1943

12.3/7 STAFF [Employment/Salaries, etc.] 1946-1953

12.4 AMENITIES COMMITTEE

12.4/1 MINUTES 7.6.1940-24.10.1952

12.4/2 CORRESPONDENCE 1942-1953

12.4/3 ACCOUNT BOOK. 21.11.1945-17.1.1954

12.4/4 MISCELLANEOUS

2 SCHOOL

WARDEN'S DRAFT FOR SECOND REVIEW

TWO LETTERS, 1943 and nd

 

 

 

 

Winter photographs of Wennington School at night.

 

2004_063_03_01

2004_063_03_02

PP/DP/MEF

1 Correspondence. Marjorie Franklin to Damien Parsons
1953-1965

2 Correspondence. Dr. Arthur Barron
1975-1976
incl.: Rosemary D. Lillie, "A Scheme for the Simultaneous Treatment of a Small Group of Latency Children and Their Mothers By Means of Planned Environment Therapy", Oct 1975

3 Correspondence. Damien Parsons, as Executor of Marjorie Franklin's will
1975-1976
incl: Photo of dog (Tania?)
Photo of A. Segal painting

 

The PETT Archive is a rich and diverse world, full of all kinds of weird and wonderful items relating to the history and work of planned environments and therapeutic communities.

Here, from time to time, we will share some of our favourite items with you. It might be a photograph, a painting, a snippet of an oral history recording, an obscure object or an interesting document.  We hope you enjoy this glimpse at some of the treasures we hold. And if you're an Archive user and have a favourite object of your own, let's share it!

The Research Library is an extraordinary resource. It is available to the general public by appointment. Books, journals and articles can not be lent, but they can be read in the comfort of the Archive and Study Centre's Users' Room. To arrange a visit, contact the archivist here.

What do we hold

The core of the collections consists of books, dissertations and theses, periodicals, articles and other publications related to therapeutic community and planned environment therapy, group therapies, and progressive/democratic/alternative education generally. There is a wide variety of material, from an original copy of the 1945 Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic which announced the term "therapeutic community", to a set of storybook audiocassette tapes of Enid Blyton's Naughtiest Girl in the School. With much in between.

Surrounding the core collections are concentric circles of related and supporting publications: on intentional communities; on prisons, legal systems and penal reform; on psychology and psychotherapy; on medical and child care history; on the history, theory and practice of education - and more.

Where does it come from

The Research Library has grown through purchases, and also through gifts.  The donation of individual items and entire personal and professional libraries has created a unique and extraordinarily rich collection, including in whole or in part libraries of the Henderson Hospital, Isabel Menzies Lyth, George Lyward, Robin Benians, Harold Bridger, Josephine Lomax-Simpson... and many more.

For lists of the collections and donors,  and to engage in a flight of creative imagination, see "Co-creating a community's Research Library".

Online Publications

The Library also actively augments the resources which are available to the public by

There is no online catalogue available for the Research Library, but there are guides to several collections.

 

 

 

You'll have to visit to see most of these books, theses, and other publications.

 

jointnewsletterThe Joint Newsletter of the Association of Therapeutic Communities, the Charterhouse Group of Therapeutic Communities, and the Planned Environment Therapy Trust (and the Community of Communities when it first came along) was an ambitious joint venture of the three main British charities devoted to therapeutic communities and environments. It published from 2002 to 2004, and the twelve issues are still available online here.

The Archive housed the editorial offices, and performed the main tasks of Executive Editing, desk top publishing, liaising with the printer, and posting. The Joint Newsletter - an interim, provisional title which stuck - brought together News and Current Affairs, Opinion, Archives and History, the Arts, Cartoons and Humour, and Correspondence, in an accessible way which involved the full spectrum of the therapeutic community world: therapists, residents, administrators, researchers, ex-staff, former residents, children of current adults, family-members, friends, writers, publishers...psychiatric, prison, addictions, children and young people... 

Writing in issue Number 7, American subscriber and Clinical Psychologist J. Tyler Carpenter captured the essence of the Joint Newsletter project:

"...I found that reading the entirety of The Joint Newsletter No.6 was akin to me actively listening to a long and complex musical composition comprised of tone poems, chord changes, different movements, and intermittent solo and choral activity. By turns I was engaged, lulled, soothed, and surprised. At the end of the experience, when I had metabolized the individual contributions and a sense of the whole emerged in my mind, I realized with some subtle shock, that the effect of the Newsletter was to expand my sense of the multifarious milieu into cyberspace, and in doing so extend the shared sense of community."

The Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre holds well over 2,000 audio and video recordings. As this site develops we will bring more and more detailed information about these to you, and share more examples from the collections.

The recordings include one-on-one and group oral history interviews, as well as recordings of talks and events. 

The Archive and Study Centre has an active programme of oral history and event recording, through which over 1,400 recordings have been added to the collections.

We also carry out trainings and/or loan recording equipment for projects related to the work and collections of the Archive and Study Centre. A number of recordings in the collections have come as a result of travel grants and loans of equipment.

 

 

 

Craig Fees writes:

Hazel Powell died at the beginning of March, 2016. Her parents were part of a British progressive movement between the two World Wars which included Kibbo Kift (and ultimately the Planned Environment Therapy Trust). I will let Hazel herself tell her story, but she was born in 1931, started at Forest School in 1936, and then went to Summerhill School where she was taught by A.S. Neill, and enjoyed the school's evacuation to Wales during the Second World War.

Hazel's character and generosity are indicated by the patience and focus with which she managed the interview through my then-undiagnosed and unanticipated asthmatic cough; and by the care she took, just before she died, to approach the Archive, and to ensure the copyright forms were completed so that her interview could be shared with others.

 [Originally published in PETiTathon2015!]

John Coleman is one of the few people among us who - like Peter Holmes of Christ Church Deal, whose interview appeared yesterday (CLICK HERE) - has had the experience and privilege of establishing a therapeutic community: in John's case, Chalvington, in Sussex, archives from which are held at P.E.T.T.

In asking how people come into therapeutic work, war plays an interesting role. Peter bore the brunt of his father's traumatic experience of World War Two, and has had to make his way out of that. John, however, discovered his vocation - "I found this experience which I thought - this is really interesting - this is really what I want to do" - in the wake of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956,  working with troubled and troubling displaced youth in Austria.

John is a Clinical Psychologist, an academic, and a practitioner. In 1983 he founded the Sussex Youth Trust to explore ways and means of working effectively with troubled young people in Britain: He founded Chalvington, a residential therapeutic environment for disturbed and troubled teenagers.  In 1989 he set up the Trust for the Study of Adolescence (now 'Young People in Focus').  Author, editor,consultant: his contribution to the field was recognised by the Queen in 1991 with an OBE.

How did he get here?

That is the subject of two interviews, the first recorded in September 1993, the second in November 1994. In the selections given here the emphasis is on that turning point in Austria, with a glimpse of that person in their own childhood and adolescence.

 

 

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PETiTathon2015! Day One

PETiTathon2015! Day Two:

2.1 Renewing Barns Centre: A Story in Pictures

2.2 Oral History: Dr. John Coleman (1993/1994)

2.2a Oral History: Dr. John Coleman, recorded 13 September 1993: General Background

2.2b Oral History: Dr. John Coleman OBE, recorded  2 November 1994: Working with Refugees and Displaced Persons

2.3 'Blackout, Austerity and Pride: Life in the 1940s', by Roger Atkinson, OBE (2015)

2.4 'Dr Alfred Fitch', from Maurice Bridgeland, "Pioneer Work With Maladjusted Children" (1971)

2.5 'Report on visit to Barns School, Peebles & Dunnow Hall, Cheshire", Frank Mathews (1944?)

 

 

 

From its inception, The Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre has been a value-adding archive,  a facility which records the present and lays down a foundation for future research and understanding, as well as gathering, preserving, cataloguing, and sharing the records of the past.  With the help of friends, by loaning equipment, and by hitting the road and turning up an hour or so before the event, setting up and recording, and leaving an hour or so after it ends, Archive staff and volunteers have ensured the enduring presence of some fascinating and important material.  We could always have done more; and with your help can always do more in the future.

This section of the website has recordings from a selection of the recorded events below. 

 

2015

2014

 

2013

 

2012

    • Caldecott Association AGM and Auction

 

    • Plenary Speakers, "Displaced Childhoods: Oral history and traumatic experiences", Oral History Society Annual Conference

 

    • Celebration for the life of John Armstrong, former head of the Mulberry Bush School

 

    • Community of Communities Annual Forum

 

    • Wennington Old Scholars Association AGM

 

2011

    • "Final Celebration", for the Heritage Lottery Fund-supported project, "Therapeutic Living With Other People's Children: An oral history of residential therapeutic child care c. 1930 to c. 1980 

 

    • "The Struggle of Memory Against Forgetting: Telling the story and sharing the experiences of residential child care"; project conference for the "Therapeutic Living With Other People's Children" project, in association with the Institute for the History and Work of Therapeutic Environments" and the History of Medicine Unit at the University of Birmingham

 

    • Celebration for the life of the Cotswold Community, on its closure

 

    • Celebration in honour of the career of John Cross on his non-retirement

 

    • Wennington Old Scholars Association AGM

 

 

2010

    • "From Coalface to Facebook? Using new social media and technology to record, remember and share child care experience", Child Care History Network Annual Conference

 

    • "Child Care Records: Use and Access" Child Care History Network Conference, in association with the Centre for the History of Medicine at the University of Warwick, and the Modern Records Centre at the University of Warwick

 

    • Wennington Old Scholars Association AGM

 

2009

    • "Therapeutic Community, the Archive and Historical Research". Workshop organised by Dr. Jonathan Toms in association with the Modern Records Centre at the University of Warwick

 

    • "Psychoanalytic Methodology in Clinical and Non-Clinical Settings". Conference to mark the retirement and celebrate the contribution of Professor Robert D. Hinshelwood in the field of psychoanalysis, University of Essex

 

    • "The Place of Ethics in the History of Childcare", Child Care History Network Annual Conference

 

    • "View from Ground Level”, Community of Communities Annual Forum

 

    • Chris Holman, "What Should Social Psychiatry Say to Neuroscience?" The 13th Annual Maxwell Jones Lecture, sponsored by the Henderson Hospital. Respondant: Kath Lovell.

 

    • Remembering and Celebrating the National Association for the Welfare of Children in Hospital. Conference marking the 50th anniversary of the Platt Report, "The Welfare of Children in Hospital" held at Lucy Cavendish College

 

2008

    • "TCs: What Do You See?" Community of Communities Annual Forum

 

    • "I Am, They Are, We Will Be: Sustainability and Therapeutic Environments". Seminar of the Institute for the History and Work of Therapeutic Environments

 

    • "Child Care, the Need for History". Inaugural Conference of the Child Care History Network

 

    • Oral History Society Regional Network Event

 

2007

    • Residential Cross Cultural Psychotherapy event

 

    • Community of Communities Annual Forum

 

    • Tom Harrison, "Chaos, Complexity and Therapeutic Communities". Annual Association of Therapeutic Communities Lecture.

 

    • Association of Therapeutic Communities AGM

 

    •  Annual Conference of the Birmingham Personality Disorder Service

 

    • "If it works..." Inaugural Conference of the Institute for the History and Work of Therapeutic Environments

 

    • Mulberry Bush School AGM

 

2006

    • 24 hours with Maurice Bridgeland, including "I Find It Hard To Speak"

 

    • Peter Wilson, "Beyond Trauma - making sense of a nonsensical past", Mulberry Bush School AGM talk

 

    • Mulberry Bush School AGM

 

    • Celebration for the life and career of the late Harold Bridger

 

    • "Sixteen Years is Not Enough". Event Celebrating the life of the Therapeutic Child Care Course at the University of Reading, upon its closure.

 

    • Book Launch, "Malice Through the Looking Glass" by Joseph Berke. Institute of Psychoanalysis, London

 

    • Stanley Schneider, "From Mind to Self to Soul".  Nita Coltart Memorial Lecture. Institute of Psychoanalysis, London

 

    • "Metabolising Madness and Mobilising Resources: The Place of Supervision in Mental Health Work". Birmingham Personality Disorder Service First Annual Conference

 

    • Tom Harrison, "Northfield Military Psychiatric Hospital". Lecture and tour

 

2005

    • Reflection Day at the Mulberry Bush School

 

    • Joel Kanter, "Let's Never Ask Him What to Do". Squiggle Foundation Lecture

 

    • Book Launch, "Donald Winnicott and John Bowlby: Personal and Professional Perspectives" by Judith Issroff with Christopher Reeves and Bruce Hauptmann. Institute of Psychoanalysis 

 

    • Celebration of the 40th anniversary of Glebe House therapeutic community, Cambridge

 

2004

    • Community of Communities Annual Forum

 

    • Arbours Crisis Centre 30th Anniversary Conference, the Node, Hertfordshire

 

    • "Miss Britton I presume...?" Conference celebrating the work of Clare Winnicott

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2003

    • Gail Hornstein, Talk at Arbours Crisis Centre

 

    • "ATC-in-24". Association of Therapeutic Communities 30th Anniversary Witness Event and Conference

 

    • Celebration for the Life of Chris Beedell

 

2002

    • Celebration for the Life of Robert Laslett

 

    • "Who's in Charge Here?" Association of Therapeutic Communities annual Windsor Conference

 

    • Joseph Berke, "Who's in Charge? Projective Processes, of course". Annual Peter van der Linden Lecture, Association of Therapeutic Communities

 

    • Arbours Crisis Centre Conference

 

    • Marion Bennathan, David Wills Lecture

 

    • Peredur Trust AGM



2001

    • "Supervision", Arbours Crisis Centre Conference

 

    • John Visser, "Eternal Verities: The strongest links". David Wills Lecture

 

    • Summerhill School 80th Birthday celebrations

 

  • "Developments in British psychiatry and psychology in the late 1940s and 1950s." Residential Leaderless Group Seminar
    • Christopher Reeves, "Minding the Child. The Legacy of Mrs. Dockar-Drysdale". Talk at the AGM of the Mulberry Bush School

 

2000

    • "A Tribute to Harold Bridger". Seminar/Conference

 

1999

    • "Private Work in Public Places" Cassel Hospital conference

 

    • "Starting a Therapeutic Community", Association of Therapeutic Communities Seminar

 

    • Arbours Crisis Centre 25th Anniversary Celebrations

 

    • Harold Bridger, "Beyond Therapy: Towards Transitional Reconnection", 3rd Maxwell Jones lecture. Jan Birtle, Respondant.

 

    • Celebration for the Life of Barbara Dockar-Drysdale, Friends House, London

 

 

    • Harry Daniels, "Re-Thinking Causation: Biology, Psychology and EBD". David Wills Lecture

 

    • "Group and military psychiatry in World War II”, Residential Leaderless Group Seminar

 

1998

    • "Mother/Baby Work 1948-1998 Tribute to Tom Main". Cassel Hospital Conference.

 

    • "Raising the Roof" Association of Therapeutic Communities day conference

 

    • Paul Greenhalgh, "Integrating the Legacy of David Wills in an era of Behavioural Support Plans, Inclusion and Target Setting", David Wills Lecture

 

    •  "Crossing New Thresholds". Association of Therapeutic Communities annual Windsor Conference

 

    • Chris Beedell, "Therapeutic residential care for children and young people", Policy Studies Association Seminar "The Future of Residential Care"

 

1997

    • "Attachment and Loss". Arbours Association conference 

 

    • "Last Chance? First Opportunity? Emotionally troubled children: agency planning and specialist therapeutic resources - the findings of research". Charterhouse Group/Lancaster University Conference

 

    • Robert Laslett, "Respecting the Past and Regarding the Present", David Wills Lecture

 

    • Forest School Camps 50th Anniversary celebration

 

    • International Conference on Democratic Education

 

 

1996

    • Summerhill School Reunion

 

    • "Social Values and Mental Health". The Retreat, York, 200th anniversary celebration conference.

 

    • "The Psychodynamics of Interdisciplinary Work in Mental Health". The Cassel Hospital 75th Anniversary One Day Conference. 

 

    • "What is a Therapeutic Community?" Caldecott College Conference

 

1995

    • Andrew Gay, "To Boldly Go". David Wills Lecture

 

    • "Paranoia and Persecution". Arbours Association 25th anniversary conference

 

    • Mini-Conference on Networking

 

1994

    • Rachel Searson, "A Skillful Juggler". Arbours Association Lecture

 

    • Chris Beedell, "Sharing Power and Responsibility: Its Meaning for Living Groups and the Practice of Politics". David Wills Lecture

 

    • "Love in a Cold Climate". Conference organised by the Friends of Summerhill Trust

 

1993

    • Simon Rodway, "Children's Rights : Children's Needs. Is There a Conflict?" David Wills Lecture

 

    • Friends of the Summerhill Trust Weekend

 

1990

    • "Special Environments for Special People" Childrens Conference

 

 

 

 

 

  

Celebrating the life of Dr J. Stuart Whiteley (1926-2012); Director of the Henderson Hospital, 1966-1988 

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at the Institute of Group Analysis, 1 Daleham Gardens, NW3 5BY Saturday, November 2nd, 2013

"Just a quick post to say how inspiring this was yesterday.. It helped me to appreciate the massive contribution Stuart Whiteley had made to the work.. it was a real honour to meet so many of the old guard (and younger guard too) put names to faces and places and hear how the magick had moved down the generations and around the world..." Andy Brooker

"...a lovely afternoon headed by three speakers who knew Stuart from different angles, followed by a large group, which included several former Henderson staff and residents - or Hendos as they called themselves ... "We were remembering the unassuming, down to earth man who loved to puncture narcissism but had a soft spot for some of the more eccentric residents at the Henderson and who had his own possibly eccentric hobbies such as grey hound racing..." David Kennard

"Stuart had a warm, appealing personality so when the news of his death was given, a genuine sense of love and loss was evoked..." Malcolm Pines

 

(Photographs and recordings by Dr. Craig Fees, archivist for the Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre, where archives donated by Dr. Whiteley are held.)

 

In 1999 Dr. David Clark, former Physician Superintendent of Fulbourn Hospital and one of  the founders of the Association of Therapeutic Communities, was asked to give the annual Peter van der Linden Lecture to the ATC's Windsor Conference. He was not well enough to travel, so PETT archivist Craig Fees recorded Dr. Clark at his home in Cambridge.

When the video was presented at Windsor it inspired  a small rebellion, with a sizeable number of participants refusing to end the subsequent Large Group when time was formally called and the convenor left the room.

Memories from others about this event would be welcome. 

 

 

  "The Early Days of the ATC", Dr. David H. Clark

The Peter van der Linden Lecture, 1999

 

For other original papers by Dr. Clark in the Archive and Study Centre Resources, see:

Sixty Years of Social Psychiatry 1945-2005

Therapeutic Community Memories: Maxwell Jones

Therapeutic Community Memories: How We Learned to Operate Therapeutic Communities

Therapeutic Community Memories: The Fulbourn Hospital Doctors' Meeting

as well as

"How I Learned My Trade"

 

The Mulberry Bush School in Oxfordshire is an internationally recognised therapeutic environment for children, founded in 1948 by Mrs. Barbara Dockar-Drysdale, with the support of her husband Stephen. Influenced by and influencing the eminent child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott, Mrs. Dockar-Drysdale (1912-1999) continues to inspire child care workers through the clarity of her writing, the incisiveness of her insight, and the warmth of her engagement with children and staff, evident in her books and articles and in the memories of those who knew her.

On October 19, 2012, the Mulberry Bush Organisation celebrated the life of Mrs. Dockar-Drysdale at its AGM, with talks about Mrs. Dockar-Drysdale from two former directors of the School, Dr. Christopher Reeves and Richard Rollinson. These can be heard here. Current CEO John Diamond spoke briefly about the current work of the School, and its vision for the future.

 

John Diamond

 

Christopher Reeves

 

Richard Rollinson

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"The Struggle of Memory Against Forgetting":

Telling the story and sharing the experiences of residential child care

Part of the "Therapeutic Living With Other People's Children: an oral history of residential therapeutic child care c. 1930-c. 1980",

held at the University of Birmingham Medical School, Edgbaston, Birmingham

September 16-17, 2011

PROGRAMME

 

[Note: All information on people, events, and situations dates from 2011]

 

DAY ONE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 

 

DAY TWO: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 

    • Introduction to the day: Tom Harrison, Chair of the Institute for the History and Work of Therapeutic Environments (IHWTE) 

    • Listening, Meaning, History: A View: Jonathan Toms, Fellow, Institute for the History and Work of Therapeutic Environments (IHWTE)

    • A Journey Through Meaning via Objects: Richard Rollinson, Executive Director, Planned Environment Therapy Trust

    • Issues from the project: Chris Long, Admin Support/Transcriptionist, "Therapeutic Living With Other People's Children"

  • CASE STUDY: "mal-ad-just'-ed": A performance piece
    • About the Performance: Setting the Scene: Stephen Steinhaus, Assistant Principal, Trinity Catholic School, Leamington Spa

    • About the Performance: Participants' Experience. Ralph Gee, Peter Still, former students at  Red Hill School

    • About the Performance: Building and Results:Georgia Morris, Matt Pettle, Nathan Taylor, Trinity Catholic School students

    • PERFORMANCE: "mal-ad-just'-ed : (stories of other people's children)" Trinity Catholic School Performance Group

    • Group Discussion and Feedback

  • Panel Discussion: Memory, Listening, Forgetting, Telling: David Crane, former child, Red Hill School; Janet Nixon, Senior Heritage Projects Officer, Surrey Heritage; Billy Smallwood, Independent Consultant and Group Analyst; Mark Smith, Senior Lecturer in Social Work, Edinburgh University

  • Looking Back and Looking Ahead: The National Picture: John Diamond, CEO, The Mulberry Bush Organisation

  • Concluding word and thanksRichard Rollinson, Executive Director, Planned Environment Therapy Trust

 

 

The Cotswold Community near Ashton Keynes in Wiltshire had a rich history.

The core of its buildings were part of a pre-war Cotswold farm.  The farm was purchased and new buildings added in a characteristic European style by members of the Bruderhof Community,  who were fleeing persecution in Nazi Germany. Because of British government fears of enemy aliens, the Bruderhof community  left at the beginning of World War II to seek sanctuary in Paraguay.

The site was then taken over by the London Police Court Mission, and new buildings added for its Cotswold Approved School. The head of the Cotswold Approved School  was a charismatic warden, writer and broadcaster named C.A. Joyce.

In the late 1960s the Police Court Mission transferred ownership to Wiltshire County Counci. It was famously transformed into the Cotswold Community therapeutic community under the leadership of Richard Balbernie. The Community was later taken over and run by NCH (now Action for Children), which closed the facility and sold the site for private development in 2011.

With the closure of the Community, on July 9th 2011 members of the Cotswold Community family - including members of the Bruderhof, at least one Approved School boy, early Cotswold Community staff and children, and more recent staff and children - joined together to celebrate a remarkable site, community, and continuity.

These two recordings are talks given on that occasion by John Whitwell, who succeeded Richard Balbernie as Director of the Cotswold Community, and David Randolph, who began as a Governor when Richard Balbernie was Director.

 

John Whitwell

John Whitwell

David Randolph

David Randolph

 

Weavers Hall. Speaking and feasting done

Weavers Hall. Speakers and feasting done

"Is your environment enabling?"

Enabling Environments Award Annual Conference

November 21 2014, at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, London

 

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Dr. Sue Bailey, "Changing the culture from the ground up: How can Enabling Environments help?"

Professor Dame Sue Bailey is a recent Past President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and is currently Senior National Clinical Lead for Mental Health of Health Education England and Chair of the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition, as well as Consultant Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatrist at Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.

 

Dr. Clare Gerada, "Where has compassion in the NHS gone? How can we get it back?"

Professor Clare Gerada, MBE, was Chair of Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners from 2010-2013, and is currently Clinical Chair for Primary Care Transformation, NHS England (London), as well as a partner in the Hurley Group, London’s largest provider of GP services, having been Director of Primary Care for the National Clinical Governance Team and Senior Medical Advisor to the Department of Health.

 

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Enabling Environments

is part of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI).

The Enabling Environments Award

is a quality mark given to those who can demonstrate they are achieving an outstanding level of best practice in creating and sustaining a positive and effective social environment, based on core values that contribute to healthy relationships. Through a standards-based accreditation program organisations are supported in providing evidence that they are achieving excellence in providing a healthy relational environment for all their participants.

Enabling Environments are:

- Places where positive relationships promote well-being for all participants

- Places where people experience a sense of belonging

- Places where all people involved contribute to the growth and well-being of others

- Places where people can learn new ways of relating

- Places that recognise and respect the contributions of all parties in helping relationships

 

The Enabling Environments website

 

 

Conference recordings are held at the Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre

Videos of the talks will be appearing on the Royal College of Psychiatrists website

 

 

The recordings below are an audio letter from PETT founding Trustee David Wills to his niece Kathleen Jennett which he sent from England  to Kathleen in the United States following a visit in around 1958/1960. Originally recorded by David on tape, Kathleen had them transfered to gramophone records to ensure their survival (a reminder of how recently tape became a trusted and more or less reliable long-term medium). In 2000 she had the four tracks transferred to CD, which she sent to the Archive and Study Centre.

In the letter David Wills shares some reflections on America and England, with some excerpts from recorded music (which have been abbreviated in the versions shared here); but his larger use of the tapes is to read poetry. Poetry, and reading poetry with and to others forms an essential part of David Wills' personal and professional life from our earliest documentary encounters with him. We have reports of his reading poetry with young people and fellow members of staff as a 'brother' at Wallingford Farm Training Colony in the 1920s, as the warden of Barns Hostel and School during the Second World War, at Bodenham Manor later, and wherever he was in between.

 

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Track two:

 

Track three:

 

Track four: