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(1994). International Scientific Colloquium on ‘Aims and Criteria for Termination of Child and Adult Psychoanalysis’. Bul. Anna Freud Centre, 17(2):99-100.

(1994). Bulletin of the Anna Freud Centre, 17(2):99-100

International Scientific Colloquium on ‘Aims and Criteria for Termination of Child and Adult Psychoanalysis’


Friday Morning Plenary Session

Chair: Mrs M. Burgner

Prepared Introductory Statement by Chairman

Julia Fabricius And Viviane Green: Summary of Pre-Circulated paper ‘Termination in Child Analysis: Analysts' Aims and Criteria or a Child-Led Process?’

Discussion from the Floor

Eugene Mahon: Summary of Pre-Circulated paper ‘Beforewards and Afterwards. The Two Terminations of Tina Tremont’

Discussion from the Floor

Friday Afternoon Workshop Session

Each participant was assigned to one of the following four groups:

Group 1 Chairman: Dr S.L. Ablon

Group 2 Chairman: Dr H.C. Curtis

Group 3 Chairman: Prof. D.J. Cohen

Group 4 Chairman: Dr A. Appelbaum

Saturday Morning Workshop Session

Continuation of the Workshop discussions in the same groups, with the following Chairmen:

Group 1 Chairman: Dr M. Goldberger

Group 2 Chairman: Mrs A.-M. Sandler

Group 3 Chairman: Mrs V.J. Mächtlinger

Group 4 Chairman: Prof. J.

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