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Allain-Dupré, B. (2005). What does the child analyst bring to Jungian thought?. J. Anal. Psychol., 50(3):351-365.

(2005). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 50(3):351-365

What does the child analyst bring to Jungian thought?

Brigitte Allain-Dupré

Translated from the French by Anita Conrade

The author wants to show the influence that the historical acknowledgement of child therapy at the Jerusalem IAAP Congress in 1983 has had today on the Jungian world, especially on the clinical approach to their patients by analysts working only with adult patients. If her conclusions do not allow her to dissociate the strong influence on psychoanalysis of contemporary research on attachment theory and mother-child relationship from a specific Jungian child therapists' perspective, she points out, through three examples from Jungian literature, how the need for a metapsychology of development and the study of primary and personal aspects of the patient's life are explicit in the work and research of analysts working with adults.

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