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Nilman, I. Lewin, C. (1989). Inhibited Mourning in a Latency Age Child. Brit. J. Psychother., 5(4):523-531.

(1989). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 5(4):523-531

Inhibited Mourning in a Latency Age Child

Ilan Nilman and Charles Lewin, M.D.

The psychotherapy of a ten-year-old boy whose mourning was inhibited by by massive isolation of affect is described. This impasse was overcome by the therapist employing a dramatic presentation. Discussion includes cognitive developmental factors, family influences and theory of effectiveness of drama.

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