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This book explores how psychoanalytic principles can be applied when working with parents and toddlers in groups. Illustrated with lively observations, it discusses how these parent-toddler groups can be an effective medium for early intervention during a period which is critical for the negotiation of a child’s central emotional issues.
Parents and Toddlers in Groups demonstrates the particular challenges of the toddler phase and its contribution to an individual’s future development and relationships. Focusing on an approach developed by the Anna Freud Centre and comprising chapters from a range of expert contributors, topics include:
This book will be a valuable resource for practitioners wanting to reach parents and young children in community, educational and a variety of other settings. It will also appeal to child psychotherapists and psychologists working in CAMHS teams.
About the Author:
Marie Zaphiriou Woods, F. Inst. Psychoanal., is a child psychotherapist and psychoanalyst working with children, adolescents and adults. She was the psychoanalytic consultant and then manager of the Anna Freud Centre Parent-Toddler Group Service, London, UK, from 1999-2008. She teaches and supervises for a number of training schools and is a training analyst for the British Association of Psychotherapists.
Inge-Martine Pretorius, PhD, DPsych, trained as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Anna Freud Centre, London, UK. She started working in the Anna Freud Centre archives in 2001 and became manager of the Parent-Toddler Service in 2008. She is a Clinical Tutor for Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology at University College London and the Anna Freud Centre, London, UK, where she organizes and teaches the MSc Child Development course.
Buchbeschreibung London: Routledge, 2011. Originalbroschur. Buchzustand: Gut. XVII, 219 S. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - A historical background of the Anna Freud Centre parent-toddler groups and the use of observation to study child development INGE-MARTINE PRETORIUS -- Normal toddler development: Excursions and returns MARIE ZAPHIR1OU WOODS -- A psychoanalytic developmental approach to running a parent-toddler group MARIE ZAPHIRIOU WOODS -- The role of play JENNY STOKER -- Normally difficult and difficult normality: A toddler observation paper ANNA PLAGERSON -- Being seen to be able: The relationship between a partially sighted father and his daughters born with floppy baby syndrome INGE-MARTINE PRETORIUS AND JULIE WALLACE -- Difference and disability: Experiences in a specialist toddler group JENNY STOKER -- Running a toddler group on a council housing estate: Invisibility, intrusion, dislocation and the importance of boundaries LESLEY BENNETT -- Building a toddler group in a hostel for homeless families: An iterative technique ELSPETH PLUCKROSE -- Reaching out to vulnerable parents and toddlers: Establishing a parent-toddler group in a deprived area of South London FÂTIMA MARTINEZ DEL SOLAR -- Integrating parents and toddlers with special needs: Parent-toddler groups in St. Petersburg VALENTINA IVANOVA AND NINA VASILYEVA -- Integration, sharing and separation: Introducing the concept of toddlers and toddler groups in Greece -- EVANTHIA NAVRIDI Finding our own path: Engaging working parents in a toddler group in Peru ANA MARIA BARRANTES AND ELENA PIAZZON -- Research and evaluation, Introduction KAY ASQUITH -- A qualitative study of the experience of parents attending a psychoanalytic parent-toddler group ANNABEL KITSON, MARIA LUISA BARROS AND NICK MIDGLEY -- Thinking about my toddler: Can a psychoanalytic toddler group enhance reflective functioning capacities in parents? CAROLINA CAMINO RIVERA, KAY ASQUITH AND ANNA PRÜTZEL-THOMAS -- Snack time at an Anna Freud Centre parent-toddler group: Microanalysis of social eating in toddlerhood JOSHUA HOLMES, ANNA PRÜTZEL-THOMAS AND KAY ASQUITH -- Conclusion MARY TARGET AND ELIZABETH ALLISON, ISBN 9780415486408 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Artikel-Nr. 1080378