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Harris, M. (2011). Chapter Seventeen: The Child Psychotherapist and the Patient's Family (1968). The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training, 251-272.

Harris, M. (2011). Chapter Seventeen: The Child Psychotherapist and the Patient's Family (1968). The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training, 251-272

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Martha Harris

Practical matters of setting and communication are first considered, then attention is paid to underlying unconscious communications between family and therapist, clarifying the role of therapy as something that supports rather than interfering with the child's relationship with his parents. The process of transferring anxieties and working in the transference is described by means of two clinical cases (a ten-year-old boy and a sixteen-year-old girl), followed by one example of consultation with parents and child in which the therapist's role is specifically “to help the parents use the unrivalled experience they have of their own child.”

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