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List of Articles


Volume 20 (1994)

Issue 1 - Special Edition: Autism
Editorial  1
 
The Perpetuation of an Error  3
Frances Tustin
Autistic Breathing  25
Maria Rhode
From Confusional Entanglement to Sense of Self: Aetiology, Thinking and Process in Work with an Autistic Boy  43
Carol Hughes
Towards Solid Ground: The Ongoing Psychotherapeutic Journey of an Adolescent Boy with Autistic Features  57
Judith Edwards
Autism: A Family Affair?  85
Averil Earnshaw
Autistic Children Who Are Assessed as Not Brain-Damaged  103
Frances Tustin
Review
Anne Alvarez Live Company: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Autistic, Borderline, Deprived and Abused Children, London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge, 1992 £14.99 paperback  133
Victoria Hamilton
Issue 2
Editorial  147
 
Early Aspects of Mothering: What Makes it so Hard to Be There to Be Left  149
Erna Furman
On Seeing and Not Seeing  165
Sylvia Wilson
The Child Behind the Label: The Anti-Social Child  185
Sira Dermen
Further Considerations of Methodology for Evaluating Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Children: Reflections in the Light of Research Experience  205
Mary Boston and Dora Lush
Parental Intercourse — The Official Secret Act: Trying Not to Think About Sex in Adolescence  231
Paul Van Heeswyk
Psychic Diffusion and Captive Minds: The Possibilities for and Limitations of Therapy with Children of Invasive Mothers  243
Lynda Ellis
Reviews
Janet Sayers Mothering Psychoanalysis London: Penguin 1991 £6.99Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Freud on Women, London: Hogarth Press 1990 £20.  267
Christopher Reeves
Beta Copley, The World of Adolescence: Literature, Society and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, London: Free Association Books, 1993, £17.95.  272
Margot Waddell
Issue 3
Editorial  281
 
Sexuality and Violence: Preliminary Clinical Hypotheses from Psychotherapeutic Assessments in a Research Programme on Young Sexual Offenders  283
Jill Hodges, Monica Lanyado and Chriso Andreou
Breaching the Shame Shield: Thoughts on the Assessment of Adolescent Child Sexual Abusers  309
Donald Campbell
Deintegration: The Gate to Development  327
Jane Bunster
Learning to Think in a ‘War Zone’  343
Deborah Hindle
Case History of Farida: A Year of Psychotherapy with a Girl Who Said She Was Sexually Abused  359
Sheena Grünberg
J.-B. Pontalis (translated by James Greene with Marie-Christine Reguis) Love of Beginnings, London: Free Association Books, 1993 £13.95, 171 pp.  389
Viviane Green
Paul V. Trad Short-term Parent—Infant Psychotherapy, New York: Basic Books, 1993, hardback, 350 pp.  391
Lisa Miller
Valerie Sinason, Understanding Your Handicapped Child, London: Tavistock/Rosendale Press, 1993, £4.99 paperback.  393
Sylvia Wilson
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