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(1967). From The Societies. J. Anal. Psychol., 12(1):67-68.

(1967). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 12(1):67-68

From The Societies

England

Society of Analytical Psychology, London

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANALYTICAL GROUP, 1965-6

Chairman: Mary Welch

A. B. J. Plaut: On not being able to imagine
S. Gordon Prince: Notes on the analysis of a manic-depressive drug-addicted alcoholic lady with psoriasis
Mary Williams: Before and after the flood
Frieda Fordham: Dependence and destruction
D. Howell: The emergence of order in a disordered analysis
Faye Pye: Reflections on dream interpretation
R. D. Scott: A family study—the study and treatment of a case which may be representative of a type found in analytical practice
M. Fordham: The limits of analysis
Discussion: On not being happy about the memorandum

Six further meetings took place for extra discussion of papers.

Proceedings of the Children's Section 1965-6

Chairman: Elizabeth Browne

E. Browne: A case of a five-year-old girl with school phobia
M. Fordham & M. Marshak: Discussion on the use of toys in the treatment of children
Discussions On the proposals of the working party set up to enquire into the possibility of starting a training in child analysis
L. Hawkey: The value of playing with children in the treatment situation
K. Lambert & H.

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