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About The Autistic States in Children is widely regarded as a vitally important work for understanding the causes of autism in young children. This Routledge Classics edition includes a new Foreword by Maria Rhode. In her observational studies she noted how autistic children's interaction with physical objects such as keys toy cars or other play items had a rigid and ritualistic quality far removed from the typical kind of fantasy play seen in other children

Autistic States in Children influenced not only those in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis but countless others who have contact with autistic children especially families and remains essential reading for anyone seeking a creative and compelling understanding of autism.

Such objects are not used by autistic children for their intended purpose Tustin argued but rather in sensation-dominated ways that interfere with mental development.

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Vividly describing her clinical encounters with autistic children Tustin argued that autistic states were above all self-protective ones.

Frances Tustin (1913-1994) was one of the first professionally trained child psychotherapists in Britain.

This Routledge Classics edition includes a new Foreword by Maria Rhode.

Vividly describing her clinical encounters with autistic children Tustin argued that autistic states were above all self-protective ones.

She also drew a fundamental distinction between two autistic groups: an ‘encapsulated’ group which is withdrawn and non-verbal and an ‘entangled’ group who are hyperactive and chaotic but have some language.

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Autistic States in Children is widely regarded as a vitally important work for understanding the causes of autism in young children.

Although internationally recognised for her pioneering therapeutic work with autistic children her approach is considered by some to be controversial as her psychogenic view of childhood autism challenged the belief that it is biological and genetic.

In her observational studies she noted how autistic children's interaction with physical objects such as keys toy cars or other play items had a rigid and ritualistic quality far removed from the typical kind of fantasy play seen in other children.

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She also drew a fundamental distinction between two autistic groups: an ‘encapsulated’ group which is withdrawn and non-verbal and an ‘entangled’ group who are hyperactive and chaotic but have some language.

Autistic States in Children influenced not only those in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis but countless others who have contact with autistic children especially families and remains essential reading for anyone seeking a creative and compelling understanding of autism.

This Routledge Classics edition includes a new Foreword by Maria Rhode.

In her observational studies she noted how autistic children's interaction with physical objects such as keys toy cars or other play items had a rigid and ritualistic quality far removed from the typical kind of fantasy play seen in other children.

Such objects are not used by autistic children for their intended purpose Tustin argued but rather in sensation-dominated ways that interfere with mental development.

Autistic States in Children is widely regarded as a vitally important work for understanding the causes of autism in young children.

Although internationally recognised for her pioneering therapeutic work with autistic children her approach is considered by some to be controversial as her psychogenic view of childhood autism challenged the belief that it is biological and genetic

Frances Tustin (1913-1994) was one of the first professionally trained child psychotherapists in Britain. Although internationally recognised for her pioneering therapeutic work with autistic children her approach is considered by some to be controversial as her psychogenic view of childhood autism challenged the belief that it is biological and genetic. Autistic States in Children is widely regarded as a vitally important work for understanding the causes of autism in young children. Vividly describing her clinical encounters with autistic children Tustin argued that autistic states were above all self-protective ones. In her observational studies she noted how autistic children's interaction with physical objects such as keys toy cars or other play items had a rigid and ritualistic quality far removed from the typical kind of fantasy play seen in other children. Such objects are not used by autistic children for their intended purpose Tustin argued but rather in sensation-dominated ways that interfere with mental development. She also drew a fundamental distinction between two autistic groups: an ‘encapsulated’ group which is withdrawn and non-verbal and an ‘entangled’ group who are hyperactive and chaotic but have some language. Autistic States in Children influenced not only those in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis but countless others who have contact with autistic children especially families and remains essential reading for anyone seeking a creative and compelling understanding of autism. This Routledge Classics edition includes a new Foreword by Maria Rhode.

Autistic States In Children

Frances Tustin (1913-1994) was one of the first professionally trained child psychotherapists in Britain. Although internationally recognised for her pioneering therapeutic work with autistic children her approach is considered by some to be controversial as her psychogenic view of childhood autism challenged the belief that it is biological and genetic. Autistic States in Children is widely regarded as a vitally important work for understanding the causes of autism in young children. Vividly describing her clinical encounters with autistic children Tustin argued that autistic states were above all self-protective ones. In her observational studies she noted how autistic children's interaction with physical objects such as keys toy cars or other play items had a rigid and ritualistic quality far removed from the typical kind of fantasy play seen in other children. Such objects are not used by autistic children for their intended purpose Tustin argued but rather in sensation-dominated ways that interfere with mental development. She also drew a fundamental distinction between two autistic groups: an ‘encapsulated’ group which is withdrawn and non-verbal and an ‘entangled’ group who are hyperactive and chaotic but have some language. Autistic States in Children influenced not only those in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis but countless others who have contact with autistic children especially families and remains essential reading for anyone seeking a creative and compelling understanding of autism. This Routledge Classics edition includes a new Foreword by Maria Rhode.

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