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The Technique of Child Psychoanalysis

Discussions with Anna Freud

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PAPERBACK

$34.00 • £27.95 • €30.50

ISBN 9780674871014

Publication Date: 01/01/1986

Short

336 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

Not for sale in UK, British Commonwealth & Europe (except Canada)

  • Introduction
  • Part One: The Framework of Treatment
    • 1. Scheduling and Attendance
    • 2. Interruptions
    • 3. Change of Therapist
    • 4. Change of Setting
  • Part Two: The Therapeutic Relationship
    • 5. Treatment Alliance
    • 6. Resistance
    • 7. Fantasies and Expectations
    • 8. Insight and Self-Observation
    • 9. Reaction to Interpretations
    • 10. Transference
    • 11. Other Uses of the Therapist
  • Part Three: The Child’s Modes of Expression
    • 12. Bringing in Material
    • 13. Acting Out
    • 14. Coming and Going
  • Part Four: Interpretation and Intervention
    • 15. Introducing Treatment
    • 16. Clarification and Confrontation
    • 17. Aids to Interpretation
    • 18. Significant Interpretations
    • 19. Selection and Timing
    • 20. Working Through
    • 21. Restriction
    • 22. Physical Contact and Gratification
    • 23. Modifications of Technique
    • 24. Extra-Analytic Contact
    • 25. Termination of Treatment
  • Part Five: The Outcome of Treatment
    • 26. Aims of Treatment
    • 27. Assessment and Follow-up
  • Case Index
  • General Index

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