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Cebon, A. (2011). Appendix II: Supervision with Esther Bick 1973-1974 (2007). The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training, 347-373.

Cebon, A. (2011). Appendix II: Supervision with Esther Bick 1973-1974 (2007). The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training, 347-373

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Ann Cebon

The author revisits her experience of supervision with Esther Bick, which took place over thirty years ago. The patient discussed was a seven year old boy whose disturbance dated from the very beginning of his life. His difficulties had severe implications for the development of his capacity to feel emotionally contained and for the development of a capacity to think. The supervision and the therapy with this child remain alive in the therapist's mind, in part because of Esther Bick's unique and original understanding of the patient's distress and disturbance and its relation to the concrete experience of primitive anxiety, fear of annihilation and death. Esther Bick's teaching has become the backbone of the therapist's clinical understanding. [Ann Cebon]

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