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Solodow, W. (2010). Clinical commentary by William Solodow, Ph.D., who has a private psychotherapy practice in New York City and consults to the Riverdale Country School. J. Child Psychother., 36(3):296-300.
   

(2010). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 36(3):296-300

Clinical commentary by William Solodow, Ph.D., who has a private psychotherapy practice in New York City and consults to the Riverdale Country School

William Solodow

Clinical commentary by William Solodow, Ph.D., who has a private psychotherapy practice in New York City and consults to the Riverdale Country School

Clinical commentary by William Solodow, Ph.D., who has a private psychotherapy practice in New York City and consults to the Riverdale Country School. He is on the faculty at the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Center and teaches in the Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Training Program of the William Alanson White Institute

In trying to understand case material I often like to look for ‘a red thread’ that runs throughout the material and serves as a unifying force for making sense of what occurs during the session (Anthony, 1986). To find this thread I will take the perspective of Lewis and try to see events through his eyes. There are then various developmental theories that I will use to shape my surmises about Lewis.

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