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Kennedy, H. Moran, G. (1991). Reflections on the Aim of Child Analysis. Psychoanal. St. Child, 46:181-198.

(1991). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 46:181-198

Reflections on the Aim of Child Analysis

Hansi Kennedy and George Moran, Ph.D.


Childhood disturbances can best be studied in a developmental frame of reference. Following Anna Freud, the authors distinguish between outcome aims and intermediary aims. They present the analyses of a child and an adolescent to demonstrate how these aims affect the nature and progression of treatment.

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