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Deakin, E. Gastaud, M. Nunes, M.T. (2012). Child psychotherapy dropout: an empirical research review. J. Child Psychother., 38(2):199-209.

(2012). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 38(2):199-209

Child psychotherapy dropout: an empirical research review

Elisabeth Deakin , Marina Gastaud and Maria Tiellet Nunes

This study aims to discuss the most recent data about child psychotherapy dropout, especially child psychoanalytical psychotherapy. The authors also try to offer some possible alternatives to prevent such a phenomenon. The definition of ‘child psychotherapy dropout’ is extensively discussed. The goal has been to attempt to create a standardised definition for psychotherapy dropout, which could help therapists from different theoretical backgrounds classify the term in a more unified manner.

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