Michael Fordham

Michael Scott Montague Fordham (4 August 1905 – 14 April 1995) was an English child psychiatrist and Jungian analyst. He was a co-editor of the English translation of C.G. Jung's Collected Works. His clinical and theoretical collaboration with psychoanalysts of the object relations school led him to make significant theoretical contributions to what has become known as 'The London School' of analytical psychology in marked contrast to the approach of the C. G. Jung Institute, Zürich. His pioneering research into infancy and childhood led to a new understanding of the self and its relations with the ego. Part of Fordham's legacy is to have shown that the self in its unifying characteristics can transcend the apparently opposing forces that congregate in it and that while engaged in the struggle, it can be exceedingly disruptive both destructively and creatively.

Fordham was instrumental in founding the Society of Analytical Psychology, London, in 1946 and a founder of the ''Journal of Analytical Psychology'', the foremost journal in the field, of which he was editor for 15 years from 1955. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Fordham, Michael, 1905-1995.
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