... I am flooded with warmth for this little expert on the art of living, who has just realised that even he has the possibility to live a long life. My interpretation is that he trusts he will get the time he needs in therapy to reach, first adulthood, and, then, old age. Right now he believes he will continue to be in therapy for the rest of his life. He cannot imagine that it is going to come to an end. However, I have started to think about when we will have to part and I am not looking forward to it...
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Introduction -- Our first meeting in the waiting room -- Douglas's life history -- The psychological assessment -- The first year of psychotherapy -- The second year -- The third year -- The fourth year -- The fifth year -- The sixth year -- The seventh and last year of psychotherapy -- Has it been worth it? -- Psychotherapy for children with emotional and neuropsychiatric disturbances -- Concluding remarks -- Tests used for the psychological assessment -- Criteria for ADHD according to diagnostic manual DSM-IV