Continuing Trends (eBook)
Journal Of Infant, Child, And Adolescent Psychotherapy, 2.3
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This new issue of JICAP features some of the most engaging material yet on the subject of treating depressed mothers and their small children. It opens with "e;Video Feedback with a Depressed Mother and Her Infant,"e; the presentation of an unusual collaborative individual psychoanalytic treatment written by Phyllis Cohen and Beatrice Beebe that is one of the most unique studies on the subject to date. This brilliant introductory article is followed up by a well-executed analysis of the treatment from Phyllis Ackman and a smart commentary by Anni Bergman.The issue continues with a thorough examination of the changing role that play instruments have in child psychotherapy over the course of the analysis in a strong article co-written by Saralea Chazan and Jonathan Wolf. The active aspects of object relations are discussed next by Marcia Kaufman, followed by a special look at the influence of culture on therapy in Carmen Vazquez and Lorna Myers' piece "e;The Case of Alicia: Understanding Selective Mutism and Alopecia within a Cultural Framework."e; The issue continues with Debbie Hindle's take on the vagaries of self-help with "e;I'm Not Smiling, I'm Frowning Upside Down"e; and closes with Kate Henderson's account of a session with a group of latency children.