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Langenbach, M. (1994). The Hidden Flower: A Psychiatric Trainee's Experience with Assessing a Child for Psychotherapy. Psychoanal. Psychother., 8(2):185-190.

(1994). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 8(2):185-190

The Hidden Flower: A Psychiatric Trainee's Experience with Assessing a Child for Psychotherapy

Michael Langenbach

This paper is the description of a brief assessment for child psychotherapy which I undertook as psychiatric registrar placed in child psychiatry. It was my first experience in child psychotherapy after I had already started seeing adult patients. The experience of hidden messages in playing and acting made me understand a crucial part of this child's emotional life.

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