Key Papers from the Journal of Child Psychotherapy

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Psychology - 232 pages
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The practice of child psychotherapy builds upon the writings and contributions of earlier writers, such that it is not only the latest research and theory that are valuable. Key Papers from the Journal of Child Psychotherapy provides access to classic and important papers from the early years of the Journal - papers that have previously been difficult to obtain. The papers are grouped thematically to cover the entire range of work represented in the journal: theoretical, clinical, applied.
The papers, written by professionals at the forefront of their fields, cover areas including psychoanalytical metapsychology, work with deprived children, work with trauma, and how psychoanalytic thinking can be applied in the context of institutions for children. Chapters include:
: : Anne Alvarez's Problems in the Use of the Countertransference
: : Edna O'Shaughnessy's The Absent Object
: : Gianna Henry's Doubly Deprived
Key Papers from the Journal of Child Psychotherapy presents in one accessible volume, essential papers for all those training and practising in child psychotherapy. It will be of great benefit to all professionals involved in direct work with children.
 

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Contents

The absent object 119641
13
Transference in child psychotherapy 119701
45
Getting
63
Introduction
85
Doubly deprived 119741
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Adolescent reenactment trauma and reconstruction 119801
121
Finding a way to the child 119821
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Introduction
171
The development of the self in children in institutions 119851
195
Standing next to the weighing scales 119851
213
Name index
227
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Paul Barrows is Principal Child Psychotherapist with the United Bristol Healthcare (NHS) Trust, and is Joint Editor of the Journal of Child Psychotherapy.

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