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From the Publisher"It is such a pleasure to review a book that is excellent throughout and lives up to its promises."
—Judith Ruzumna, PhD
Wayne State University Medical School and University of Detroit-Mercy University
The Psychoanalytic Study of Lives Over Time: Clinical and Research Perspectives on Children Who Return to Treatment in Adulthood is a landmark volume that addresses an essential clinical question: what is the nature of the process and outcome of clinical work with children? An internationally renowned group of analytic clinicians and clinician-researchers all comment on three fascinating child analytic situations where the patient returned to treatment in adulthood.
Audience: Psychoanalysts, clinical psychologists, psychiatric social workers, psychiatrists, and developmental psychologists.
On the Psychoanalytic Study of Lives Over Time:
J. Cohen and B.J. Cohler, Psychoanalytic Studies of Lives Over Time: Children who Return to Treatment in Adulthood.
The Presentation of the Child, and Then Adult Clinical Material:
C.A. Colarusso, The Analysis of a Neurotic Boy.
C.A. Colarusso, A Child-Analytic Case Report: A 17-Year Follow-up.
K. Marschke-Tobier, The Case of Lisa: From the "Baddest Girl in the Class" to Feeling Sad and Lonely: Reflections on the Analysis of an 8-Year-Old Girl.
M. Parsons, The Search for a Good-Enough Self: From Fragmentation Toward Cohesion in a Young Adult's Second Analysis.
A.L. Rosenbaum, The Case of Charlie: The Analysis of a Child.
A.L. Rosenbaum, The Case of Charlie: Analysis During Transition to Adulthood.
The Psychoanalytic Situation and the Nature of Change:
S. Abrams, The Jennifer Correspondence: A Rhetorical Dialogue.
J.M. Herzog, Reanalysis, Multiple Pieces of Analysis: Opportunities for Patients and Analyst When Reengagement Occurs.
F. Pine, Some Thoughts on Change in Psychoanalysis.
M.A. Silverman, The Psychoanalytic Situation and the Nature of Change.
S. Weiss, Child Analysis: Its Impact on Later Development.
Perspectives on the Systematic Psychoanalytic Study of Change:
M. Target and P. Fonagy, What Changes in a Child Analysis, and How Do We Know?
R.M. Galatzer-Levy, Reanalysis and the Effectiveness of Child Analysis.
S. Tuber, Projective Testing as a Post-Hoc Predictor of Change in Psychoanalysis: The Case of Jim.
P. Cramer, Changes in Defense Mechanisms During Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: A Case Study.
Integrative and Concluding Chapters:
S. Ritvo, Double Dipping: Child Analysands Return as Young Adults.
J. Cohen and B.J. Cohler, Future Directions in the Study of Children who Return to Treatment in Adulthood.