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Healy, K. (2000). Facing it out: Clinical Perspectives on Adolescent Disturbance. Edited by Robin Anderson & Anna Dartington. London: Duckworth. Pp. 178. £14.95.. Psychoanal. Psychother., 14(1):97-100.

(2000). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 14(1):97-100

Facing it out: Clinical Perspectives on Adolescent Disturbance. Edited by Robin Anderson & Anna Dartington. London: Duckworth. Pp. 178. £14.95.

Review by:
Kevin Healy

This book is one of the Tavistock Clinic series of books which aims to make available the clinical and theoretical work that is most influential at the Tavistock Clinic. The series presents new approaches in the understanding and treatment of psychological disturbance in children, adolescents and adults at an individual and at a family level. It covers issues such as understanding trauma, the growth of the personality, eating disorders, systemic family psychotherapy, psychotic states in children, and the work of Hanna Segal.

In this book, staff of the Adolescent Department examine in accessible language different clinical aspects of adolescent disturbance, exploring in particular its impact on the family.

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