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Sandler, J. Kennedy, H. Tyson, R.L. (1975). Discussions on Transference—The Treatment Situation and Technique in Child Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. St. Child, 30:409-441.

(1975). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 30:409-441

Discussions on Transference—The Treatment Situation and Technique in Child Psychoanalysis

Joseph Sandler, M.D., Hansi Kennedy and Robert L. Tyson, M.D.

THIS PAPER IS A VERSION OF A CHAPTER OF A BOOK, NOW IN THE COURSE of preparation, on Treatment Situation and Technique in Child Psychoanalysis. This

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Dr. Sandler is a research psychoanalyst at the Hampstead Clinic, and Director of the Index Project. Mrs. Kennedy is a research psychotherapist and Dr. Tyson is a research psychoanalyst at the Clinic. The material for this paper was gathered at the Hampstead Child-Therapy Clinic, an organization which is at present maintained by the Field Foundation Inc., New York; the Foundation for Research in Psychoanalysis, Beverly Hills, California; the Freud Centenary Fund, London; the Anna Freud Foundation, New York; the Grant Foundation, Inc., New York; the Andrew Mellon Foundation; the National Institute for Mental Health, Bethesda; the New-Land Foundation, New York; and a number of private supporters.

The project which is partly reported in this paper was supported by a grant from the Foundation for Research in Psychoanalysis, Beverly Hills, California. The authors wish to express their profound indebtedness to Anna Freud and to all the child analysts and therapists who contributed to this project.

Copyright © 1975 Joseph Sandler, Hansi Kennedy, Robert L. Tyson.

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