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Plaschkes, L. (2000). The Vulnerable Child, Volume 3. Edited by Theodore B. Cohen, M. D.; Joseph Etezady, M. D.; and Bernard L. Pacella, M. D. Madison, CT: Int. Univ. Press, 1999.. Psychoanal Q., 69(2):424-430.
(2000). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 69(2):424-430
The Vulnerable Child, Volume 3. Edited by Theodore B. Cohen, M. D.; Joseph Etezady, M. D.; and Bernard L. Pacella, M. D. Madison, CT: Int. Univ. Press, 1999.
Review by: Lilo Plaschkes
James Gilbert, professor of history at the University of Maryland, in the June 1999 issue of the New Republic, wrote:
The tragic shootings at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, have generated more than the usual number of theories. Few of these are original, and, in fact, many of them repeat a formula tried out almost 45 years ago, during the national panic over juvenile delinquency. [p. 54]
Around that time I began reading Volume 3 of The Vulnerable Child, a compendium from workshops at the Meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association. All three of the book's editors are seasoned professionals. One of them, Pacella, wrote a book entitled Modern Trends in Child Psychiatry. Another editor, Cohen, has led APA workshops, and the third, Etezady, has been an active member and recorder of these APA workshop presentations.
At the time Cohen began these workshops, few psychoanalysts were actively working in the public sector, where the most obviously “vulnerable,” high-risk children can be found. Roy Lilleskov, Sally Provence, and Eleanor Galenson were some of the clinicians actively involved in working with and studying at-risk children in the population at large.
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