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Volume 36 (2010)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Viviane Green and Anne Hurley
The complexities of service supervision: an experiential discovery  3
Margaret Rustin
‘Peek-a-boo. How can you be there?’ Analytic work with a severely traumatised two-and-a-half-year-old girl  16
Katerina Strati
Light and movement: making contact with a traumatised and embattled latency girl  33
Louise Allnutt
On not being able to enter Noah's Ark  48
Simonetta M.G. Adamo
Clinical commentary
Clinical material  61
Research digest
Research digest: autism and learning disabilities  78
Book Reviews
Work discussion: learning from reflective practice in work with children and families  85
Sandra Ramsden, Nick Waggett and Judy Shuttleworth
Author biographies
Author biographies  93
Issue 2
Editorial  99
Viviane Green and Anne Hurley
Reparation by proxy: experiences of working with pregnant teenagers and adolescent mothers  101
Anne Hurley
Adolescence and mythology  119
Dimitris Anastasopoulos, Eugenia Soumaki and Dimitris Anagnostopoulos
Adaptive and defensive strategies in post-traumatic play of young children exposed to violent attacks  133
Saralea Chazan and Esther Cohen
An activating mechanism of aggressive behaviour in disorganised attachment: a moment-to-moment case analysis of a three-year-old  152
Eun Young Kim
Clinical commentary
Clinical material  168
Clinical commentary by Dorothy Judd, child and adolescent and couple psychotherapist  171
Dorothy Judd
Clinical commentary by Barbara Segal, a consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist working in University College London Hospitals  175
Barbara Segal
Clinical commentary by Cathy Troupp, child and adolescent psychotherapist working at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London  179
Cathy Troupp
Research digest
Research digest  183
Book Reviews
Relational trauma in infancy: psychoanalytic, attachment and neuropsychological contributions to parent-infant psychotherapy  194
Rudy Oldeschulte
Through assessment to consultation: independent psychoanalytic approaches with children and adolescents  196
Tessa Dalley
Music in the head, living at the mind-brain border  201
Graham Music
Author biographies
Author biographies  204
Issue 3
Editorial Board  0
Editorial  209
Viviane Green and Anne Hurley
Types of sexual transference and countertransference in psychotherapeutic work with children and adolescents  211
Anne Alvarez
Concentric circles of containment: a psychodynamic contribution to working in pupil referral units  225
Claudia McLoughlin
Minding the gap between neuroscientific and psychoanalytic understanding of autism  240
Judith Mitrani
The damaged object: a ‘strange attractor’ in the dynamical system of the mind  259
Graham Shulman
Clinical commentaries
Clinical commentary  289
Clinical commentary by Paddy Martin, a child psychotherapist working at the Anna Freud Centre's Court Assessment Service and as a specialist child psychotherapist at the North Middlesex Hospital, Paediatric Liaison Service  292
Paddy Martin
Clinical commentary by William Solodow, Ph.D., who has a private psychotherapy practice in New York City and consults to the Riverdale Country School  296
William Solodow
Clinical commentary by Biddy Youell, head of child psychotherapy at Tavistock Centre, London  301
Biddy Youell
Research digest
Research digest  304
Book Reviews
The psychoanalytic work of Hansi Kennedy: from war nurseries to the Anna Freud Centre (1940–1993)  313
Mary Target
Theory and practice in child psychoanalysis: an introduction to the work of Françoise Dolto  316
Christopher Reeves
Author biographies
Author biographies  320
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