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Volume 31 (2005)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Janine Sternberg and Graham Shulman
An appreciation of the work of Donald Meltzer  3
Renate Li Causi and Margot Waddell
‘Only connect’ – a sexually abused girl's rediscovery of memory and meaning as she works towards the transition from a therapeutic community to a foster-family  6
Diana Cant
Where we live: some dilemmas and technical issues for the child psychotherapist in interpretative work with looked-after and adopted children  24
Jenny Kenrick
Reflections on Eugenio Gaddini's paper ‘On imitation’  40
Graham Shulman
Mirroring, imitation, identification: the sense of self in relation to the mother's internal world  52
Maria Rhode
Surfacing the depths: thoughts on imitation, resonance and growth  72
Graham Music
First things first: infants make good use of the sympathetic rhythm of imitation, without reason or language  91
Colwyn Trevarthen
Author biographies  127
Outcomes of Psychoanalytic Treatment: Perspectives for Therapists and Researchers Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Mary Target (eds) London: Whurr, 2002 339 pp., £29.50Clinical Effectiveness in Psychotherapy and Mental Health: Strategies and Resources for Effective Clinical Governance Susan McPherson, Phil Richardson and Penny Leroux (eds) London: Karnac, 2003 154 pp., £16. 99  129
Cathy Urwin
Acquainted with the Night: Psychoanalysis and the Poetic Imagination Hamish Canham and Carole Satyamurti (eds) London: The Tavistock Clinic Series, Karnac Books, 2003 213 pp., £16.99  135
Valerie Sinason
Face to Face with Children: The Life and Work of Clare Winnicott Joel Kanter (ed.) London: Karnac 2004 pp. £24.50  137
Christopher Reeves
Parent - infant Psychodynamics - Wild Things, Mirrors & Ghosts Joan Raphael-Leff (ed.) London and Philadelphia: Whurr, 2003 317 pp., £22.50  140
Louise Emanuel
Simultaneous Treatment of Parent and Child Saralea E. Chazan London: Jessica Kingsley, 2003 240 pp., £15.95  143
David Alcorn
Annual Essay Prize  147
Clinical Commentary
Clinical Material  239
Commentary by Pamela Bartram, who works in Camden as a consultant child psychotherapist, in the Child Development Team and as CAMHS Coordinator for Children with Disabilities  244
Commentary by Caroline Essenhigh, consultant child psychotherapist at East Ayrshire CAMHS, Scotland  247
Commentary by Trudy Klauber, consultant child psychotherapist, Child and Family Department, Tavistock Clinic  249
Research Digest  254
Child Psychotherapy: A Report from the Tavistock Clinic Dilys Daws and Judith Loose (eds) Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 19(2). New Jersey: The Analytic Press, 1999 159 pp., £12.00  262
Sheila Miller
Emotional Development in psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience: Creating Connections Viviane Green (ed.) Hove and New York: Brunner Routledge, 2003 236 pp., £16.99  263
Graham Music
A Short Introduction to Psychoanalysis Jane Milton, Caroline Polmear and Julia Fabricius London: Sage Publications, 2004 192 pp., £16.99  266
Miranda Passey
Studies in the Assessment of Parenting Peter Reder, Sylvia Duncan and Clare Lucey (eds) Hove and New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2003 310 pp., £ 18.99  268
Sandra Ramsden
A Propos et à Partir de l'Oeuvre et de la Personne d'Esther Bick. Volume I: La Méthode d'Esther Bick pour l'Observation Régulière et Prolongée du Tout-Petit au Sein de sa Famille. [The Work of Esther Bick, Vol. I: Her Observational Method] Michel Haag (and contributors) Paris: Privately printed, 2002. [Available from Dr. Michel Haag, 18, rue Emile Duclaux, 75015 Paris] 442 pp., 47 euro  270
Maria Rhode
Severe Emotional Disturbance in Children and Adolescents: Psychotherapy in Applied Contexts Denis Flynn Hove and New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2004 258 pp., £17.99  273
Peter Wilson
Issue 2
Editorial  151
Graham Shulman and Janine Sternberg
Changing positions: helping parents look through the child's eyes  153
Pamela B. Sorensen
The psychotherapy of parenthood: towards a formulation and valuation of concurrent work with parents  169
Adrian Sutton and Lynette Hughes
Under fives counselling – opportunities for growth, change and development for children and parents  189
Ruth Schmidt Neven
Parenting problems: research and clinical perspectives on parenting adolescents: Problemi di genitorialità: prospettive cliniche e di ricerca sull'essere genitori di adolescenti  209
Charlotte Jarvis
Adolescents in mind  221
David Trevatt
Author biographies  260
Issue 3
Clinical Commentary  114
Commentary by a child and adolescent psychotherapist trained at the British Association of Psychotherapists  116
Ann Horne
Commentary by an adult and child psychoanalyst and parent - infant psychotherapist at the Anna Freud Centre  120
Angela F. Joyce
Commentary by a child and adolescent psychotherapist trained at the Tavistock Clinic  123
Asha Phillips
Editorial  281
Janine Sternberg and Graham Shulman
Moved to tears: Technical considerations and dilemmas encountered in working with a 13-year-old boy with acquired quadriplegia 1  284
Caroline Owens
Love at first sight: psychoanalytic psychotherapy with an adolescent boy with severe physical disabilities  303
Maria E. Pozzi
Before the threshold: destruction, reparation and creativity in relation to the depressive position  317
Judith Edwards
The mermaid: Moving towards reality after trauma  335
Caroline Case
A little boy's use of his male child psychotherapist to help him understanda painful conundrum?  352
Andrew Briggs
Clinical commentary  368
Research digest>  383
Author biographies  392
Reviews  394
Correspondence  406
Judith Edwards
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