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Malberg, N.T. (2015). Activating Mentalization in Parents: An Integrative Framework. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 14(3):232-245.

(2015). Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 14(3):232-245

Activating Mentalization in Parents: An Integrative Framework

Norka T. Malberg, Psy.D.

Working with parents has often been a neglected area in the field of child psychoanalysis. However, in the last three decades new conceptualizations regarding ways of working with parents have emerged in the field. This article explores ways of approaching our work with parents by integrating existing psychodynamic approaches under the conceptual umbrella of contemporary attachment research and practice.

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