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Title: A series of publications in the field of child psychotherapy
Author: Lanyado, Monica
Awarding Body: University of East London
Current Institution: University of East London
Date of Award: 2001
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Preceded by a statement, thesis by publication of the following works: 1. Statement in support of application for Ph.D. by published work. 2. The traumatisation of children'(1999) Ch. 19 from The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Approaches. Eds Lanyado and Home. London: Routledge. 3. 'Surviving Trauma dilemmas in the psychotherapy of traumatized children' (1985). British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 2 (1). 4. 'Variations on the theme of transference and counter-transference in the treatment of a ten year old boy' (1989). Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 15 (2). 5. 'Putting theory into practice: struggling with perversion and chaos in the analytic process'. (1991) Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 17 (1). 6. 'Understanding boys who sexually abuse other children: a clinical illustration'. (1995). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Vol 9 (3). 7. 'Winnicott's children: the holding environment and therapeutic communication in brief and non-intensive work'. (1996) Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 22 (3). 8. 'Fenomeni transtzional e cambiamento psychico: il ruolo del transfert e della relazione 'attuale' nel passaggio dall'affidamento al'adozione.' (2000) (Transitional phenomena and psychic change: the roles of transference and the 'present relationship' as seen in the therapy of children moving from fostering to adoption) Richard e Piggle 8.3.2000. 9. 'Holding and letting go: some thoughts about the process of ending therapy'. (1999) Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 25 (3). 10. 'Daring to try again: the hope and pain of forming new attachments' (2001) Therapeutic Communities Vol 22 (1). 11. 'The symbolism of the story of Lot and his wife: the function of the 'present relationship' and non-interpretative aspects of the therapeutic relationship in facilitating change'. (2001). Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 27 (1).
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.532475  DOI: Not available
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