On children who privilege the body : reflections of an independent psychotherapist. Ann Horne
By: HORNE, Ann [author.].Publisher: London Routledge 2018Description: xiii, 178 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780815399827; 9781351171281.Subject(s): BEHAVIOUR DISORDERS : PSYCHIATRY IWD | ADOLESCENTS : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMR | CHILDREN : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IM | EMOTIONAL DISORDERS IUP F | ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY ISP MR | CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY ISP MOther classification: IWD MR Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
On children who privilege the body introductory reflections -- The independent position in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children and adolescents : roots and implications -- Children, activity and the body : case explorations -- Brief communications from the edge : psychotherapy with challenging adolescents -- "Gonnae no" dae that! : the internal and external worlds of the delinquent adolescent -- From intimacy to acting out : thinking psychoanalytically about dangerousness -- Entertaining the body in mind : thoughts on incest, the body, sexuality and the self -- Rhythm, blues, affirmation and enactment : it's tough soloing without a rhythm section -- Oedipal aspirations and phallic fears : on fetishism in childhood and young adulthood -- Thinking about gender in theory and practice with children and adolescents -- Interesting things to say and why -- Towards a voice of one's own : reflections on technique, training and the trousers of time.