in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents
by Prof. John Tsiantis
Editorial Committee: Anne-Marie Sandler, Dimitris
Anastasopoulos and Brian Martindale.
Contributors: A. Alvarez (UK), D.
Anastasopoulos (Greece), J. Godfrind (Belgium), A. Holder (Germany),
D. Houzel (France), F. Ladame
(Switzerland), A.-M. Sandler (UK), J. Trowell (UK), J. Tsiantis
1, 1997, Paperback, 208 pages, ISBN 1 85575 111 9, £19.99
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chapters in this monograph constitute a wide ranging investigation
into the phenomena of countertransference as it appears in the psychoanalytic
psychotherapy of children and adolescents. The authors tackle the
subject by bringing both their knowledge of various theoretical
perspectives and their clinical experience and by demonstrating
the crucial importance of countertransference in a wide range of
clinical conditions and treatment settings.
monograph is an addition to the previously modest literature available
on countertransference in the psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis
of children and adolescents. We hope it will prove useful to clinicians
in the field and for the training and supervision of students in
child and adolescent analysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.