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To start PEP-Easy without first opening your browser–just as you would start a mobile app, you can save a shortcut to your home screen.

First, in Chrome or Safari, depending on your platform, open PEP-Easy from pepeasy.pep-web.org. You want to be on the default start screen, so you have a clean workspace.

Then, depending on your mobile device…follow the instructions below:

On IOS:

  1. Tap on the share icon Action navigation bar and tab bar icon
  2. In the bottom list, tap on ‘Add to home screen’
  3. In the “Add to Home” confirmation “bubble”, tap “Add”

On Android:

  1. Tap on the Chrome menu (Vertical Ellipses)
  2. Select “Add to Home Screen” from the menu

 

For the complete list of tips, see PEP-Web Tips on the PEP-Web support page.

 
List of Articles


Volume 37 (2011)

Issue 1
Editorial
Editorial  1
Viviane Green and Anne Hurley
Articles
Invisibility and insubstantiality in an anorexic adolescent: phenomenology and dynamics  3
Mary T. Brady
Can we, can't we, can we, can't we, can we help him join the dance? The need for multimodal processing in the move towards meaningful communication  16
Carolyn Hart
Clinical facts, turning points and complexity theory  31
Margaret Lush
An exploration of therapists' reactions to working with children displaying sexually problematic behaviour: a thematic analytic study  52
Devayani Shevade, Emma Norris and Richard Swann
Clinical commentary
Clinical Material  75
 
Clinical commentary by Lynda Miller, Head of Learning and Complex Disabilities Service, Tavistock Clinic and consultant child psychotherapist in Enfield CAMHS  77
Lynda Miller
Clinical commentary by Jo Roger, child and adolescent psychotherapist and drama therapist working in a West London school for primary aged children with severe and complex learning difficulties  80
Jo Roger
Clinical commentary by Valerie Sinason, child and adolescent psychotherapist, adult psychoanalyst and Director of the Clinic for Dissociative Studies  83
Valerie Sinason
Research digest
Research digest  87
 
Book reviews
Psychodynamic counselling with children and young people: an introduction  95
Reva Klein
Core principles of assessment and therapeutic communication with children, parents and families: towards the promotion of child and family wellbeing  97
Joan Herrmann
Author biographies
Author biographies  102
 
Issue 2
Editorial
Editorial  111
Anne Hurley and Teresa Bailey
Articles
Trauma, helpfulness and selfishness: the effect of abuse and neglect on altruistic, moral and pro-social capacities  113
Graham Music
Relational trauma and its impact on late-adopted children  129
Maggie Fagan
The locked box in the attic: ghosts and memories  147
Patrizia Gatti
A little learning is a dangerous thing  163
Jo Russell
The inheritance of loss  179
Jo Goldsmith and Helena Cowen
Clinical commentaries
Clinical material  194
 
Clinical commentary by Alessandra Cavalli, a child psychotherapist working in private practice  198
Alessandra Cavalli
Clinical commentary by Em Farrell, an adult psychotherapist in private practice  201
Em Farrell
Clinical commentary by Jo Russell, Clinical Lead for Child Psychotherapy in West Sussex, Brighton and Hove  203
Jo Russell
Research digest
Research digest  208
 
Book reviews
Parents and toddlers in groups: a psychoanalytic developmental approach  214
Janine Sternberg
The groups book: psychoanalytic group therapy: principles and practice  216
Charlie Beaumont
Parents and toddlers in groups: a psychoanalytic developmental approach  219
Geraldine Crehan
Author biographies
Author biographies  221
 
Issue 3
Miscellaneous
Editorial Board  0
 
Editorial Board  228
 
Editorial
Editorial  229
Anne Hurley and Teresa Bailey
Articles
Psychodynamic psychotherapy for children and adolescents: a critical review of the evidence base  232
Nick Midgley and Eilis Kennedy
Children in psychodynamic psychotherapy: changes in global functioning  261
Fredrik Odhammar, Eva C. Sundin, Mattias Jonson and Gunnar Carlberg
Therapeutic observation of an infant in foster care  280
Jenifer Wakelyn
Interaction structures between a child and two therapists in the psychodynamic treatment of a child with Asperger's disorder  311
Geoff Goodman and Laura Athey-Lloyd
The psychotherapy process with adolescents: a first pilot study and preliminary comparisons between different therapeutic modalities using the Adolescent Psychotherapy Q-Set  327
Tetyana Bychkova, Saul Hillman, Nick Midgley and Celeste Schneider
Clinical commentary
Clinical Commentary: Clinical material  349
 
Clinical commentary by David Hadley, recently retired as Head of a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Service in the West Country  354
David Hadley
Clinical commentary by Valli Kohon, who is Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Portman Clinic, London  356
Valli Shaio Kohon
Research digest
Research digest  360
 
Book Reviews
Assessing change in psychoanalytic psychotherapy of children and adolescents: today's challenge  367
Debbie Hindle
Nurturing natures  371
Alan Shuttleworth
Author biographies
Author biographies  375
 
Correspondence
Correspondence  378
 
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