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Work with Parents : Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents / edited by John Tsiantis, senior editor, Siv Boalt Boethious, Birgit Hallerfors, Ann Horne, Lydia Tischler ; foreword by Margaret Rustin.
London : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
1 online resource (233 p.)
Boethious, Siv Boalt
EFPP clinical monograph series.
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"Drawing on the rich range and depth of the clinical experience of the contributors, this welcome volume will be a valuable tool for clinicians and trainees. The authors share a powerful commitment to the relevance and value of psychoanalytically based work with parents - an area all too often inadequately provided for - and provide heartening evidence of the resilience and intellectual vitality of the various strands within this tradition. Part of the EFPP Monograph Series."--Provided by publisher.
"First published 2000 by Karnac Books Ltd."--Title page verso.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-193) and index.
COVER; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER ONE Dialogues with parents; CHAPTER TWO Therapeutic space for re-creating the child in the mind of the parents; CHAPTER THREE Keeping the child in mind: thoughts on work with parents of children in therapy; CHAPTER FOUR Parental therapy- in theory and practice; CHAPTER FIVE Work with parents of psychotic children within a day-care therapeutic unit setting; CHAPTER SIX Working with parents of autistic children
CHAPTER SEVEN Helping children through treatment of parenting: the model of motherlinfant psychotherapyCHAPTER EIGHT Working with parents of sexually abused children; REFERENCES; INDEX
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