By Alanna Jones
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If the sense of separateness, which is an inevitable experience even in earliest infancy, is too acute, then what comes about is `an awareness of bodily experience which results in an agony of consciousness' (Tustin 1986: 46). It is this agony of consciousness which, in her view, the autistic child is trying to avoid. What is craved is absolutely reliable comfort and protection. This is provided through the pathological use of devices described by Tustin as `autistic shapes'. These are not always easy to conceptualise but would seem to be a way of clinging to sensory experience and communicating through manipulating hard or soft objects or bits of the body as a form of self-soothing, and as a substitute for relationships.
Therefore the factors that are likely to emerge as helpful to patients will be likely to extend across models and be fairly general. There is a debate to be held over the issue of diagnosis, its use and its dangers for the clinician. Since R. D. Laing in the 1960s and Thomas Szasz in 1972 ( 1984) we have no excuse to insert ourselves in the power structure of diagnostic categories if we are going to use them as straitjackets. The act of diagnosis problematises the patient. What emerges is a relationship to a problem 35 SETTING OUT which interests the clinician and entitles the patient to his therapy.
And I know I can do this because I went to London and because I solved the mystery of who killed Wellington and I found my mother and I was brave and I wrote a book and that means I can do anything' (Haddon 2003: 268). Christopher speaks in the ®rst person for Mark Haddon, reminding us of the alienation of the subject from himself and returning us to the initial question: who is speaking here and to whom? Luke Jackson has made similar transformations through the process of writing his book. In his chapter on school and bullying he shows how his teachers seemed ignorant of his condition and his need for clear instructions.
104 Activities That Build: Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication, Anger Management, Self-Discovery, Coping Skills by Alanna Jones