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List of Articles

Volume 44 (2018)

Issue 1 - Working with gender identity in the consulting room
Editorial  1
Jo Russell
The use of metaphors in understanding atypical gender identity development and its psychosocial impact  5
Domenico Di Ceglie
Gender/ed identities: an overview of our current work as child psychotherapists in the Gender Identity Development Service  29
Marina Bonfatto and Eva Crasnow
Frequently asked questions about children’s gender identity and expression  47
Jay Stewart
‘Emotional turbulence’: the development of symbolic thinking in the psychotherapeutic treatment of an adolescent girl  55
Hilary Wright
Frank in mind: a journey to self  73
Denise Ray
‘Un-certainty’: working therapeutically with a transgender young person and learning to bear the unknown  90
Konstantina Tsoukala
Braving the erotic field in the treatment of adolescents  108
Mary Brady
Clinical commentary
Clinical material  124
Clinical commentary by Amanda Keenan, child and adolescent psychotherapist  128
Amanda Keenan
Clinical commentary by Margaret Rustin, child and adolescent psychotherapist  132
Margaret Rustin
Clinical commentary by Robert Withers, Jungian analyst and psychotherapist  135
Robert Withers
Book review
Transgender children and young people: born in your own body  140
Melissa Midgen
Research Digest
Research digest: gender dysphoria  143
Issue 2
Editorial  147
Sarah Sutton
Genesis of a dissociative child: how ‘I’ can become ‘us’ and back again*  150
Jo Russell
Containment lost: the challenge to child psychotherapists posed by modern CAMHS  168
Andrew Briggs
Response to ‘Containment lost’ by Andrew Briggs  181
Teresa Bailey
Too much to swallow? Some reflections on adolescent overdose  189
Hillel Mirvis
‘Am I a Ceadas child?’: exploring the nature and experience of shame in the psychotherapy of an adolescent boy  202
Olympia Sklidi
The internet and psychotherapy with adolescents and preadolescents: some thoughts about the countertransference  221
Sandra Carpi Lapi, Elisabetta Fattirolli and Maria Grazia Pini
Use of a reference group in researching children’s views of psychotherapy in Malta  243
Daniel Mercieca and Phil Jones
Aims in parent work: a brief qualitative survey  263
Joshua Holmes
Research Digest
Research digest: parenting interventions and the role of parental factors and styles in child mental health  275
Book Reviews
Short-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adolescents with depression: A treatment manual  284
Juliette Flower
Class and psychoanalysis: landscapes of inequality  289
Michael Rustin
Melanie Klein revisited: pioneer and revolutionary in the psychoanalysis of young children  291
Kate Purdy
Love the Wild Swan: the selected works of Judith Edwards (World Library of Mental Health)  295
Sarah Sutton
Issue 3 - Working with refugee and asylum-seeking children and young people
Editorial  299
Jo Russell and Sarah Sutton
Valete  303
Sarah Sutton
First person accounts
Reflections of a Holocaust survivor  304
Lydia Tischler
Lost in Translation: echoes of a refugee childhood  315
Tara Pepper Goldsmith
Clinical papers
Shifting ground: the child without family in a strange new community  326
Sheila Melzak, Claudia McLoughlin and Ferelyth Watt
Time and memory in the therapeutic journey with unaccompanied asylum-seeking children  348
Anna Cohen and Yael Yadlin
Who are you? Who am I to you? A mother and infant’s experience of difference  368
Jane Turner
Transmission of complex trauma: family orientated intervention before child psychotherapy  381
Liselotte Grünbaum
Exploring community, cultural, developmental and trauma rooted barriers to mourning after times of organised violence and war  396
Sheila Melzak and Jo McClatchey
Book Reviews
Bearing witness: psychoanalytic work with people traumatised by torture and state violence  416
Monica Lanyado
Exit West  421
Maria Papadima
A country of refuge  424
Margaret Rustin
Developmental perspectives in child psychoanalysis and psychotherapy  425
Robert Fleming
Film review
Film review: Ladybird, Ladybird (Ken Loach, 1994) and The Florida Project (Sean Baker, 2017): different perspectives on families in crisis  430
Emily Rustin
Research digest
Research digest: therapeutic work with refugees, asylum-seekers and those affected by war  435
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