A series with a psychoanalytic sensibility for therapists working with children, their families and their teachers. Psychotherapists and psychoanalysts for children and adolescents address development from infancy to late adolescence, understanding unconscious communication through play, dream, fantasy, family and peer relationships, transference and countertransference. Not just for individual therapists, the series covers relating to schools and agencies, dealing with trauma, and unravelling family secrets and the impact of intergenerational transmission on family dynamics, all within a context of cultural humility.
By Jeanne Magagna
September 24, 2021
This important book shows how psychotherapy can address severe eating disorders in children and young people, illustrating the ways an imprisoned self can be released from suffering. The book features a range of case studies while addressing core issues such as self-harm, hallucinations and the ...