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Volume 35 (2009)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Engaging young people with atypical gender identity development in therapeutic work: a developmental approach  3
Domenico Di Ceglie
The devil and the deep blue sea: dyadic narcissism and the problem of individuation1  13
Jenny Sprince
Exposed: phallic protections, shame and damaged parental objects1  32
Simon Cregeen
To make a male: what does it take?1  49
Jane Elfer and Anthony Lee
Complications in the development of a female sexual identity  62
Jeanne Magagna and Tara Pepper Goldsmith
Clinical commentary
Clinical Commentary  81
Research digest
Research Digest  95
Book reviews
Book Reviews  101
Sarah Desmarais and Deborah Marks
Author biographies
Author Biographies  107
Issue 2
Editorial  113
Viviane Green and Anne Hurley
Primal splitting as a basis for emotional and cognitive development in children  115
Ornella Caccia
Table hockey: attack or linking? Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with an autistic boy  131
May Nilsson
Neglecting neglect: some thoughts about children who have lacked good input, and are ‘undrawn’ and ‘unenjoyed’  142
Graham Music
Growth in emotional intelligence. Psychotherapy with a learning disabled girl  157
Sue Chantrell
Children's expectations and experiences of psychodynamic child psychotherapy  175
Gunnar Carlberg, Agneta Thorén, Susanna Billström and Fredrik Odhammar
Clinical commentary
Clinical material  194
Clinical commentary by Teresa Bailey, a BAP trained consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist in the NHS  197
Teresa Bailey
Clinical commentary by Belinda Blecher and Andrea Obholzer, child and adolescent psychotherapists working in Sydney, Australia  203
Belinda Blecher and Andrea Obholzer
Clinical commentary by Debbie Hindle, a child and adolescent psychotherapist working in Glasgow and organizing tutor of the clinical training at the Scottish Institute of Human Relations  205
Debbie Hindle
Research digest
Research Digest  210
Book review
Susan Isaacs: a life freeing the minds of children  217
Christopher Reeves
Author biographies
Author biographies  221
Issue 3
Editorial  227
Viviane Green and Anne Hurley
The sound-hand  229
Francesco Bisagni
The autistic dialogic style: a case of Asperger's syndrome  250
Vera Regina J.R.M. Fonseca
Keeping mother alive: psychotherapy with a teenage mother following human trafficking  262
Lyndall Kleinschmidt
Psychodynamic milieu-therapy and changes in personality – what is the connection?1  276
Tine Heede, Hanne Runge, Ole Jakob Storebø, Eva Rowley and Kim Gabriel Hansen
Effectiveness of child psychoanalytic psychotherapy in a clinical outpatient setting  290
Elisabeth Kuhn Deakin and Maria Lucia Tiellet Nunes
Clinical commentary
Clinical commentary  302
Graham Music
Clinical commentary by Emil Jackson, consultant child & adolescent psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic and Brent Centre for Young People  304
Emil Jackson
Clinical commentary by Claudia McLoughlin, child & adolescent psychotherapist, Islington Community CAMHS  308
Claudia McLoughlin
Clinical commentary by David Trevatt, Clinical Manager of ‘Hear and Now’ Adolescent Counselling Service, Redbridge and Manager of Open Door's Parenting Teenagers Project, Haringey  311
David Trevatt
Research digest
Research digest  315
Book reviews
What can the matter be?  322
Hazel Douglas
Psychotherapy with infants and young children – repairing the effects of stress and trauma on early attachments  324
Francesca Calvocoressi
Child psychotherapy and research  327
Debbie Hindle
Author biographies
Author biographies  330
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