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Small, J. Greenway, M. (1988). The Rediscovery of the Lost Twin: An account of Therapy for a Child and His Parents. Brit. J. Psychother., 5(1):19-28.

(1988). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 5(1):19-28

The Rediscovery of the Lost Twin: An account of Therapy for a Child and His Parents

Jacqueline Small and Muriel Greenway

A tame-year-old boy whose twin brother had died at birth presented will longstanding, severe psychosomatic symptoms previously resistant to treatment. A combination of milieu and an therapy for the child together with parent and family interviews proud asst in allowing suppressed grief to be acknowledged by parents and child, with consequential alleviation of his symptoms and resumption of normal development and social progress.

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