Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Un libro in lingua di Peter Blake edito da Karnac Books, 2011

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Blake, a clinical psychologist and Tavistock-trained child psychotherapist, offers an introductory book on child psychotherapy that avoids making an argument about how child-therapy should be done. Instead, if offers his own experience of what works and doesn't work in the context of the therapeutic process and key concepts. The book is organized into three sections that overview psychoanalytic foundations, the process of assessment and referral, and different elements of therapy. Each of the three major sections opens with its own introduction. Chapter topics include: psychoanalytic observation, working with parents, developmental considerations, the role and challenges of play, transference and counter-transference, and a penultimate chapter on working with adolescents. Distributed by Stylus Publishing. This is a paperbound reprint of the 2008 edition. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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