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Seminal and representative papers have been chosen to illustrate the vital importance of infant observation in psychoanalytic training, tracing influences on the practice of infant observation and contemporary developments. The book outlines the thinking that has evolved since Esther Bick’s introduction of this innovative component in Tavistock child psychotherapy and British Psychoanalytical Society training. With a newly written substantial general introduction, and Esther Bick's central paper on infant observation, other authors include Jeanne Magagna, Anthony Cantle, Maggie Cohen, Juliet Hopkins, Didier Houzel and Helga Coulter. More contemporary contributions include Aiveen Bharucha, Jane Blatt, Dimitra Bekos, Sally Moskowitz and Graham Music.
|Publish Date||May 2014|
|dimensions||7 1/2" x 9 5/8"|
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