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PEP-Web Tip of the Day

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 40 (2014)

Issue 1
Editorial
Editorial  1
Teresa Bailey and Kate Stratton
Articles
Top down and bottom up: trauma, executive functioning, emotional regulation, the brain and child psychotherapy  3
Graham Music
Parental loss in early adolescence and its subsequent impact on adolescent development  20
Amanda Keenan
Frustration and disappointment  36
Nick Sanderson
Sliding doors: some reflections on the parent–child–therapist triangle in parent work–child psychotherapy  58
Yari Gvion and Nurit Bar
Psychotic and non-psychotic perceptions of reality  73
Janet Shaw
Clinical commentary
Clinical material  90
 
Clinical commentary by Dr Jocelyn Catty, child and adolescent psychotherapist and Research Lead for the child psychotherapy doctoral training at the Tavistock Clinic  94
Jocelyn Catty
Clinical commentary by Martin Stern, child and adolescent psychotherapist in a Gloucestershire Looked After and Adopted Children’s Team  98
Martin Stern
Clinical commentary by Cathy Troupp, child and adolescent psychotherapist at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Anna Freud Centre  101
Cathy Troupp
Research digest
Research digest: mindfulness, mentalization and theory of mind  105
 
Book reviews
Marion Milner: the life; Bothered by alligators  112
Rebecca Bergese
Winnicott and religion  116
Claudia McLoughlin (Akashadevi)
Research on the couch: single-case studies, subjectivity and scientific knowledge  118
Michael Rustin
Author biographies
Author biographies  127
 
Issue 2
Editorial
Editorial  133
Teresa Bailey and Kate Stratton
Articles
‘I am not crying. I am rubbing my eyes’: Annie and the hollow object  135
Catalina Bronstein
How much is too much? Understanding the role and function of violence and its manifestation in the consulting room: intensive psychotherapy with a latency-aged boy  150
Peter Slater
Children who dare too much: child psychotherapy and extreme risk seeking  173
Fiorenzo Ranieri
Despair and hope: on some varieties of countertransference and enactment in the psychoanalysis of ASD (autistic spectrum disorder) children  187
Joshua Durban
Clinical commentary
Clinical material  201
 
Clinical commentary by Maria Rhode, Kleinian child psychotherapist  205
Maria Rhode
Clinical commentary by Dr Stella Acquarone, adult, child and parent infant psychotherapist, founder and principal of the Parent Infant Centre, London  209
Stella Acquarone
Clinical commentary by Monica Lanyado, child and adolescent psychotherapist, CPD supervisor and training case supervisor at the British Psychotherapy Foundation  214
Monica Lanyado
Research digest
Research digest: trauma, maltreatment and the needs of children in the care system  218
 
Book reviews
Thinking space: promoting thinking about race, culture and diversity in psychotherapy and beyond  225
Robert Fleming
Reading Anna Freud  227
Edwin Fenn
Author biographies
Author biographies  231
 
Issue 3
Editorial
Editorial  237
Teresa Bailey and Kate Stratton
Articles
Action across emptiness  239
Elena Molinari
Measuring parent–infant interaction: the Parent−Infant Relational Assessment Tool (PIRAT)  254
Carol Broughton
Hello/goodbye new families: group work with five looked-after siblings in foster care together awaiting a move to separate adoptive families  271
Heather Lee-Messner and Elizabeth Stevenson
Cutting the silence: initial, impulsive self-cutting in adolescence  287
Mary T. Brady
Clinical commentary
Clinical material  302
 
Clinical commentary by Dr Lida Anagnostaki, independent child and adolescent psychotherapist  305
Lida Anagnostaki
Clinical commentary by Eve Ashley, child and adolescent psychotherapist and psychoanalytic couple psychotherapist  309
Eve Ashley
Clinical commentary by Dr. Jeanne Magagna, child, adult and family psychotherapist  312
Jeanne Magagna
Research digest
Research digest: evidence for efficacy of psychodynamic psychotherapy  318
 
Book reviews
The baby as subject: clinical studies in infant–parent therapy  327
Michela Biseo
Young child observation: a development in the theory and method of infant observation  330
Pamela B. Sorensen
NHS SOS: how the NHS was betrayed – and how we can save it  333
Lynne Taylor
Author biographies
Author biographies  337
 
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