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Silber, L.M. (2015). Envisioning a Home for Child Work within Relational Psychoanalysis: Response to Starr & Aron, Chazan, and Jacobs. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 14(4):380-384.

(2015). Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 14(4):380-384

Envisioning a Home for Child Work within Relational Psychoanalysis: Response to Starr & Aron, Chazan, and Jacobs

Laurel M. Silber, Psy.D.

This commentary, “Envisioning a Home,” takes the paper “A View from the Margins” a step further, as a result of probing discussions. I am appreciative of the discussions by Karen Starr and Lewis Aron, Sara Chazan, and Linda Jacobs for helping to elaborate upon the place of children and parents in the relational model. The ideas in the paper gain clarity in response to discussions that moved the concepts forward.

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