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________________________________________________________________________ Contents Preface and Acknowledgements List of Illustrations Chapter One General Introduction: Psychotherapy in applied contexts, Central concepts in psychoanalytic understanding Section A The Young Child Chapter Two Internal conflict and growth in a pre-school child Chapter Three Early identifications in the borderline child Section B The Child in the Family Chapter Four The child's experience of an inpatient therapeutic setting Chapter Five Family rehabilitation after physical abuse Chapter Six Challenges in work with emotional and sexual abuse Chapter Seven Mother-infant work during family rehabilitation Chapter Eight The adoptive father Section C The Adolescent Chapter Nine A group for adolescent inpatients with spina bifida Chapter Ten Psychoanalytic theories of adolescence Chapter Eleven The containment of borderline adolescents Chapter Twelve The eclipse of adolescence: assessment of normal and pathological aspects References Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Child psychotherapy Case studies, Adolescent psychotherapy Case studies, Mentally ill children Treatment Case studies