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Chaio (1957). Silvester, E.: Discussion of techniques used to prepare young children for analysis. (Discusión de las técnicas empleadas para preparar a los niños para el análisis). The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 1952, 7, págs. 306-321.. Rev. psicoanál., 14(1-2):209-210.

(1957). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 14(1-2):209-210

Silvester, E.: Discussion of techniques used to prepare young children for analysis. (Discusión de las técnicas empleadas para preparar a los niños para el análisis). The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 1952, 7, págs. 306-321.

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Chaio

Considera la autora que no es raro en la práctica del análisis infantil encontrar que las primeras medidas adoptadas para ganar al niño para el análisis, han influido todo el curso del mismo.

Deben tomarse pasos esenciales antes de la interpretación y antes de la verbalización.

Con el fin de poder llegar al contenido del inconsciente, el niño debe ser preparado previamente, y esta preparación toma frecuentemente más tiempo que el análisis mismo.

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