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Winnicott, D.W. (1971). Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 87:1-398. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

(1971). The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 87:1-398. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry

D. W. Winnicott, F.R.C.P.

Contents

Acknowledgments vi
Part One: Introduction 1
Case I ‘Iiro’ aet 9 years 9 months 12
Case II ‘Robin’ aet 5 years 28
Case III ‘Eliza’ aet 712 years 42
Case IV ‘Bob’ aet 6 years 64
Case V ‘Robert’ aet 9 years 89
Case VI1 ‘Rosemary’ aet 10 years 105
Case VII ‘Alfred’ aet 10 Years 110
Part Two: Introduction 127
Case VIII ‘Charles’ aet 9 years 129
Case IX ‘Ashton’ aet 12 years 147
Case X ‘Albert’ aet 7 years 9 months 161
Case XI ‘Hesta’ aet 16 years 176
Case XII ‘Milton’ aet 8 years 194
Part Three: Introduction 215
Case XIII1 ‘Ada’ aet 8 years 220
Case XIV ‘Cecil’ aet 21 months at first consultation 239
Case XV ‘Mark’ aet 12 years 270
Case XVI ‘Peter’ aet 13 years 296
Case XVII ‘Ruth’ aet 8 years 315
Case XVIII ‘Mrs. X.’ aet 30 years (mother of Anna, aet 6 years) 331
Case XIX ‘Lily’ aet 5 years 342
Case XX ‘Jason’ aet 8 years 9 months 344
Case XXI ‘George’ aet 13 years 380
Bibliographical Note 397
   

Acknowledgments

I wish to express my thanks to Mrs.

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