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(2016). Corrigendum. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 15(1):75.

(2016). Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 15(1):75

Corrigendum

Corrigendum

Below are several corrections pertaining to the Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, Volume 14, Issue 4:

1.   In the article “Envisioning a Home for Child Work within Relational Psychoanalysis: Response to Starr & Aron, Chazan, and Jacobs” by Laurel Silber, the in-text citation on page 382, line 8 should read as “Morales & Farely, 2009, 902” and not “Hoffman et al., 2009,” as was printed. In the reference list, the page numbers for the Morales & Farely entry should read as “895-910” as opposed to “57895-57910.”

2.   In Susan Warshaw’s “Introduction to the 2015 Re-Print of ‘Mutative Factors in Child Psychoanalysis: A Comparison of Diverse Relational Perspectives,’” the fifth paragraph on page 386 should read as follows:

A great deal has changed since 1992. Approaches to child treatment rooted in attachment research were literally and metaphorically in their infancy, existing largely in areas related to mother/infant interaction and treatment of very young children. Data derived from the neurosciences have brought us new understanding and additional approaches to intervention, such as, “mentalization” theory.

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