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Invisible boundaries : psychosis and autism in children and adolescents / by Didier Houzel.
Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, .
1 online resource (177 p.)
Autism in children
Autism in adolescence
European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in the Public Health Services
Cyprus Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Studies
EFPP clinical monograph series.
[More in this series]
The chapters of this book are all written by experienced psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapists and address different aspects of the psychotherapeutic treatment with psychotic children or adolescents. This volume collects the main contributions to the fourth conference of the child and adolescent section of the EFPP, held in Caen (France) in September 2001, on the general topic of "Psychotic Children and Adolescents and their Families".Contributors:Anne Alvarez; Britta Blomberg; Raymond Cahn; Genevieve Haag; Didier Houzel; Suzanne Maiello; Julia Pestalozzi; and Maria Rhode.
"For the European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in the Public Health Services and the Cyprus Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Studies."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
COVER; EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS; SERIES EDITORS' PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER ONE: Autism and psychosis; CHAPTER TWO: Time, space, and the mind: psychotherapy withchildren with autism; CHAPTER THREE: The symbolic and the concrete: psychotic adolescentsin psychoanalytic psychotherapy; CHAPTER FOUR: Splitting of psychic bisexuality in autistic children; CHAPTER FIVE: Comment on "Splitting of psychic bisexuality inautistic children"; CHAPTER SIX: Conversation with Geneviève Haag (EFPP Conference,Caen, September 2001)
CHAPTER SEVEN: Conversation with Raymond Cahn (EFPP Conference,Caen, September 2001)REFERENCES; INDEX
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