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List of Articles

Volume 46 (2020)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Lydia Hartland-Rowe
A qualitative exploration of psychoanalytic child psychotherapists’ perspectives on the links between personal analysis during training and professional development  3
Coralie Lasvergnas-Garcia and Evrinomy Avdi
Fostering parental growth and enhancing the therapeutic alliance: key tasks for the child psychotherapist  20
Deborah Marks
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) Parent–Toddler Group model in a homeless hostel  35
Eva Crasnow, Sabine Lammer-Triendl, Fiona McKinstrie, Christina Macadam and Saher Ashary
The Bridge in Schools: a psychodynamic impact model for child mental health in disadvantaged areas  51
Emily Ryan and Matthew Jenkins
The taboo of love for children in care: its emergence through the transference relationship and in the system around the child  72
Angela Evans
From chaos to Caravaggio: technical considerations in the psychoanalysis of autisto-psychotic states in relation to sensory-perceptual fragmentation  90
Joshua Durban
Commentary on the article ‘Short-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy with a depressed adolescent with borderline personality disorder: an empirical, single case study’, by Miriam Grossfeld, Ana Calderón, Sally O’Keeffe, Viviane Green and Nick Midgley, Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 45 (2), pp. 209–228  105
Flavia Ansaldo and Maria Papadima
Wise words: How Susan Isaacs changed parenting: Wise words: How Susan Isaacs changed parentingWise words: How Susan Isaacs changed parentingby Caroline Vollans, London, Routledge, 2017, 233 pp., £17.99 (paperback), ISBN 13 978-1138096790  112
Liz Bodycote
My name is why: by Lemn Sissay, Edinburgh, Canongate Books, 2019, £12.95 (hardback), ISBN-13: 9781786892348  115
Deborah Marks
Under the Skin: a psychoanalytic film commentary  117
Rosemary Winter
Research digest: psychological interventions via telephone and Internet  123
Issue 2
Call for papers: connecting in relation to Covid-19  i
Maria Papadima and Lydia Hartland-Rowe
Editorial  131
Lydia Hartland-Rowe
Getting child psychotherapy right for every child: developing a clinical formulation tool for effective and accountable multi-agency work  133
Andrew Dawson
‘Something else’ in child psychotherapy with traumatised adopted children  152
Adam Goren
Child psychotherapists’ fantasies about working with ‘cultural difference’  168
Anna Fleming
Being a couple and developing the capacity for creative parenting: a psychoanalytic perspective  191
Mary Morgan
‘Hiccups of the mind’: psychotherapy with a young boy with obsessive-compulsive disorder  206
Sayi Thomas
Exploring silence in short-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adolescents with depression  224
Rachel Acheson, Nia Verdenhalven, Evrinomy Avdi and Nick Midgley
On intersubjective aspects of autism. The ‘lightduress’ of human contact  241
Yaakov Roitman
Psychoanalysis, neuroscience and the stories of our lives. The relational roots of mental health: by Sarah Sutton, London, Routledge, 2020, 127 pp., £24.99 (paperback), ISBN: 13 9781138364301  255
Robert Fleming
Transforming despair to hope: by Monica Lanyado, Abingdon, Routledge, 2018, 174 pp., £24.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-138-064720  257
Kate Purdy
A couple state of mind, psychoanalysis of couples and the Tavistock Relationships model: by Mary Morgan, London, Routledge, 2019, £25.99 (paperback), ISBN: 13 978-1-138-62496-2  260
Patsy Ryz
The analyst’s reveries: explorations of Bion’s enigmatic concept: by Fred Busch, Oxon and New York, Routledge, 2019, 106 pp., £28.99 (paperback), ISBN: 13 978-0367134174  264
Joshua Holmes
Issue 3 - Child psychotherapy in the time of Covid: Voices from around the world on working through a pandemic
Editorial  269
Alexandra de Rementeria
‘Making the best of a bad job’: a literature review on digital psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children, adolescents and families at the time of the Covid-19 pandemic  273
Maria Pozzi Monzo and Sara Micotti
Commentary: The therapist  281
Maria Papadima
Challenges to making use of countertransference responses during the Covid-19 pandemic – some preliminary thoughts  283
Sebastian Kohon
Fear of falling: impressions from working through a global pandemic and thoughts on burn-out  289
Catherine Webster
The (almost) impossible profession: face-to-face child psychotherapy during the Covid-19 outbreak  296
Yonit Shulman
Hanging on the telephone: reflections on conducting psychotherapy over the phone during the Covid pandemic  305
Anna Cohen
‘Only connect’: reflections on technology and transference  312
Sam Zuppardi
The therapy of the presence: exploring the clinical dilemmas of continued face-to-face psychotherapy with a male adolescent during Cyprus’s Covid-19 lockdown  321
Nikolas Antoniades
Reflections on working with adolescents during the Covid-19 pandemic  329
Katherine Shillito
Commentary: The setting, technology and the body  336
Elizabeth Francis
‘Sea of trapezoids’: the analytic setting and virtual treatment during a pandemic  338
Michael Garcia
Psychoanalysis with young children during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic: mapping the questions  348
Ehud Wolpe
Psychotherapy with no body in the room  355
Nupur Dhingra Paiva
Freudian glitch: mind the technology gap  362
Amanda K. Hutchison
Even though our bodies cannot be in the same place, focussing on body process is helpful in video mediated psychotherapy  367
Carolyn Hart
Psychotherapy outside the consulting room: ending therapy during the global pandemic  373
Gillian Sloan Donachy
Modifications of the therapeutic setting during the Covid-19 pandemic: thoughts based on the Greek experience with latency children and adolescents  380
Alexandra Zaharia and Lida Anagnostaki
The experience of working via tele video in Australia during the Covid-19 pandemic  388
Ruth Schmidt Neven
Commentary: Groups  395
Alexandra de Rementeria
The experience of (tele) infant observation during the Covid-19 pandemic (March 2020–December 2020)  397
Marie Ange Widdershoven
‘We’ in quarantine: working with groups of parents from in-presence to remote  405
Sandra Carpi Lapi, Elisabetta Fattirolli and Maria Grazia Pini
Online child psychotherapy and the pandemic – vignettes from the Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists  413
Robin Holloway, Felipe Ramirez Hinrichsen, Fӓggie Oliver and Robyn Weddepohl
Hamnet: by Maggie O’ Farrell, London, Tinder Press, 2020, 372 pp., £20 (hardback), ISBN 978-1472223791  423
Kate Purdy
Pale rider: the Spanish Flu of 1918 and how it changed the world: by Laura Spinney, London, Vintage, 2017, 332 pp., £10.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-78470-240-3 (pbk)  425
Maria Papadima
Research digest: the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on child, adolescent, young adult, and family mental health  429
Rachel Acheson
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