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Winnicott's description of "doing something else" or "working as a psychoanalyst" when not engaged in the actual analysis of his patients resonates with the child psychotherapist today. Individual psychotherapy is certainly a valuable part of the work but much of the time the CPT is "doing something appropriate to the occasion". Some of this time is spent in assessment work - for therapy, for the multi-professional team and for other agencies - and some in consultation to colleagues and other professional staff or in a combination of the two.
Drawing from the Independent tradition in psychoanalysis, Through
Assessment to Consultation explores the application of psychoanalytic thinking to this daily work, reflecting on what is actually done and why. Contributors to the three sections - 'Assessment', 'Overlaps',
'Consultation and Beyond' - provide a variety of clinical illustrations as they describe a range of approaches and settings in the tasks of both assessment and consultation, ranging from the light impact of the analyst's presence in the grief of post-9/11 New York to the call to political potency of 'beyond consultation.'
This book will help both new and experienced Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists re-examine their role and function in the team and in the outside world, and will also be of interest to specialist health workers, educational psychologists and those wanting to explore more Winnicottian approaches to therapeutic work.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Ann Horne trained in the Independent tradition at the BAP. She has discovered that retirement (after 10 years latterly at the Portman Clinic, London) can become very crowded and makes occasional sorties from behind the keyboard to speak and teach in the UK and abroad.
Monica Lanyado is a training supervisor at the British Association of Psychotherapists. She is co-editor with Ann Horne of The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and A Question of Technique and author of The Presence of the Therapist.