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Trustees: Meg Harris Williams, Adrian Williams, Oliver Rathbone

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The HMT was formed in November 2005 to continue the aims and publishing activities of the Roland Harris Educational Trust, which for more than 30 years had published as the Clunie Press. The stated aims of the Trust are:

To advance the education of the public in general and in particular of those closely involved with young people, by promoting the understanding of children and young people and of their emotional and intellectual development in the family, school and community. To further this purpose by means of the publication of clinical experience and original research findings undertaken both in this country and abroad in the fields of psychoanalysis, human relations and related spheres.

The HMT was inaugurated in July 2007 with the publication of two books associated with Martha Harris: The Story of Infant Development by Romana Negri and Martha Harris, and a new edition of Your Teenager by Martha Harris. Read more

 

The Roland Harris Educational Trust was formed in 1970 by Donald Meltzer and Martha Harris after the death of her husband Roland Harris. As Clunie Press, it published the following books, most of which have since been reprinted by the Harris Meltzer Trust and are available from Karnac Books. For titles in print click here

Bion, W. R. (1979). The Dawn of Oblivion: Book 3 of A Memoir of the Future.


Bion, W. R. (1980). Bion in New York and Sao Paulo, edited by F. Bion.

Bion, W. R. (1981). A Key to A Memoir of the Future, edited by F. Bion.

Bodtker, J. S. (1990). Beyond Words: Interpretive Art Therapy.


Harris, M. and Bick, E. (1987). Collected Papers of Martha Harris and Esther Bick, edited by M. H. Williams. New edition: The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training, HMT, 2011; some papers reprinted in Adolescence by D. Meltzer and M. Harris, HMT, 2011.


Harris, M. (1975). Thinking about Infants and Young Children. New edition HMT, 2011.


Harris, Morag (1999). Emily Dickinson in Time: Experience and its Analysis in Progressive Verbal Form.


Jain, N. (1991). The Mind's Extensive View: Samuel Johnson as a Critic of Poetic Language.


Meltzer, D. (1970). The Psychoanalytical Process. First published Heinemann, 1967.


Meltzer, D. (1973). Sexual States of Mind. Reprinted Harris Meltzer Trust, 2008.


Meltzer, D. (1978). The Kleinian Development. 3 vols: Freud's Clinical Development; Richard Week-by-Week (a critique of Klein's Narrative of a Child Analysis); The Clinical Significance of the Work of Bion. Reprinted Harris Meltzer Trust, 2008.


Meltzer, D. (1975). Explorations in Autism, with J. Bremner, S. Hoxter, D. Weddell, I. Wittenberg. Reprinted Harris Meltzer Trust, 2008.


Meltzer, D. (1983). Dream Life: A Re-examination of the Psychoanalytical Theory and Technique. Reprinted Harris Meltzer Trust, 2008.


Meltzer, D. (1986). Studies in Extended Metapsychology: Clinical Applications of Bion's Ideas, with M. Albergame, E. Cohen, A. Greco, M. Harris, S. Maiello, G. Milana, D. Petrelli, M. Rhode, A. S. Scolmati and F. Scotti. Reprinted HMT, 2008.


Meltzer, D. (1992). The Claustrum: An Investigation of Claustrophobic Phenomena, with an essay by M. H. Williams. Reprinted HMT, 2008.


Meltzer, D. & Williams, M. H. (1988). The Apprehension of Beauty: The Role of Aesthetic Conflict in Development, Art and Violence. New edition HMT, 2008.


Money-Kyrle, R. (1978). Collected Papers, ed. D. Meltzer and E. O'Shaughnessy.


Negri, R. (1994). The Newborn in the Intensive Care Unit: A Neuropsychoanalyticl Prevention Method.


Piontelli, A. (1985). Backwards in Time: A Study in Infant Observation by the Method of Esther Bick.


Rhode, E. (1994). Psychotic Metaphysics.


Sanders, K. (1999). A Matter of Interest: Clinical Notes of a Psychoanalyst in General Practice.


Sanders, K. (1999). Nine Lives: The Emotional Experience in General Practice.


Williams, M. H. (1987). A Strange Way of Killing: The Poetic Structure of Wuthering Heights.


Williams, M. H. (1996). Five Tales from Shakespeare (for children). Available direct from HMT.


Williams, M. H. (1997). A Trial of Faith: Horatio's Story - Hamlet in Analysis.

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