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Munk, M. (1944). Resistance and Anxiety as Factors in the Discontinuance of Child Guidance Treatment: Marietta Karpe. Smith College Studies in Social Work, June, 1942.. Psychoanal Q., 13:135-135.
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(1944). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 13:135-135

Resistance and Anxiety as Factors in the Discontinuance of Child Guidance Treatment: Marietta Karpe. Smith College Studies in Social Work, June, 1942.

Margrit Munk

This paper is based on a study of case records of the Worcester Child Guidance Clinic. Cases in which child guidance treatment was discontinued prematurely by the mother represent 26% of the total intake in 1939. As indicated in the title, anxiety of the mother was found to be the chief factor creating resistance to further clinical contact; the anxiety either concerned the child, the mother herself or the family situation.

A thorough knowledge of the dynamic processes is essential to anticipating and recognizing resistances in order to forestall premature discontinuance.

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Munk, M. (1944). Resistance and Anxiety as Factors in the Discontinuance of Child Guidance Treatment. Psychoanal. Q., 13:135-135

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