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  • Tustin is a city in Orange County, California. As of January 1, 2009, the city had an approximate total population of 74,825. The city is located next to the county seat, Santa Ana, and does not include the Tustin Foothills.
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Tustin (Images of America)
Tustin's big early loss was in many ways its salvation. Founding father Columbus Tustin's real estate venture in 1868 found few takers, leading to his fervent campaign to make his town the southern terminus for the Southern Pacific Railroad. The depot duel was won by rival settlement Santa Ana, and Tustin City became just another backwater. Columbus Tustin died embittered, but his namesake, which dropped "City" in 1899, prospered as a pretty place with charming homes. Many early homes and downtown commercial buildings still survive, and where apricot, walnut, and orange trees once grew at mid century, comfortable tract homes and residential innovations such as Tustin Meadows and Enderle Gardens maintain the distinct small-town feel through Orange County's postwar freeway sprawl and identity loss. Tustin's past also included a wild and ramshackle quicksilver mine at Red Hill and two of the world's largest wooden structures--the Lighter-Than-Air (LTA or blimp) hangars--at Marine Corps Air Station Tustin.

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Napkin from "The Barn: Restaurant & Saloon" in Tustin, CA
Napkin from "The Barn: Restaurant & Saloon" in Tustin, CA
This is an image of a napkin I saved from "The Barn: Restaurant & Saloon" which was located at 14982 Red Hill on the northeastern corner of Edinger in Tustin, CA. When I worked in Tustin, our company used to go to "The Barn" each year for our Christmas party, and after we had our steak dinners we'd dance the night away upstairs. I was told the wooden building used to be a car barn; there was an old automobile by some booths in the room where we dined, and old car parts and license plates decorated the walls of the room with its wooden floor. The Barn was torn down in 2003 and today a Starbucks franchise stands in its place. - Daralee
Teppan Japanese Cook at KOBE SteakHouse in Tustin CA.
Teppan Japanese Cook at KOBE SteakHouse in Tustin CA.
Teppan Chef Park putting on a show while preparing everyones meals.

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Frances Tustin (Makers of Modern Psychotherapy)
The first discussion of the clinical work of Frances Tustin, this book considers her place in the tradition of psychoanalytic theory and thinking and the relevance and application of her work in other areas, such as learning disability. A clear picture of Tustin's position emerges for the reader as author Sheila Spensley elucidates key terms and concepts, showing how they link with much of Bion's work and with more recent contributions by Grotstein and Ogden.

Spensley draws on her breadth of experience in psychotherapy with both children and adults to add her own insights to the seminal findings of Frances Tustin. Examining autism from an evolutionary and biological point of view, she considers the possibility of autism as a "missing link" in the developmental chain of psychic growth and points to findings in autism which offer suppporting evidence for autistic "black holes" in adults.

Frances Tustin is about the life and work of an outstanding clinician whose understanding of autistic and psychotic children has illuminated the relationship between autism and psychosis. It offers the reader a fresh perspective on the importance of her contribution to our understanding of the development of the human mind.

The first discussion of the clinical work of Frances Tustin, this book considers her place in the tradition of psychoanalytic theory and thinking and the relevance and application of her work in other areas, such as learning disability. A clear picture of Tustin's position emerges for the reader as author Sheila Spensley elucidates key terms and concepts, showing how they link with much of Bion's work and with more recent contributions by Grotstein and Ogden.

Spensley draws on her breadth of experience in psychotherapy with both children and adults to add her own insights to the seminal findings of Frances Tustin. Examining autism from an evolutionary and biological point of view, she considers the possibility of autism as a "missing link" in the developmental chain of psychic growth and points to findings in autism which offer suppporting evidence for autistic "black holes" in adults.

Frances Tustin is about the life and work of an outstanding clinician whose understanding of autistic and psychotic children has illuminated the relationship between autism and psychosis. It offers the reader a fresh perspective on the importance of her contribution to our understanding of the development of the human mind.

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