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Psychodynamic Practice was previously published as Psychodynamic Counselling.

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 9, Number 3, August 2003

Editorial: witnessing terror and war
pp. 249-256(8)
Author: Barwick, Nick

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From Hiroshima to 11th September 2001 and after
pp. 257-265(9)
Author: Segal, Hanna

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Living with terror
pp. 283-290(8)
Author: Terry, Paul

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Refugee Trauma - the Assault on Meaning
pp. 291-306(16)
Author: Alcock, Miranda

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Psychoanalysis, terrorism and fundamentalism
pp. 307-324(18)
Author: Young, Robert

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Ambivalence and war
pp. 325-334(10)
Author: Sayers, Janet

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Astrid's Law
pp. 353-362(10)
Author: Leask, Phil

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Ours is to reason why
pp. 362-364(3)
Author: Horton, Mary

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Sofsky: On remembering the unthinkable
pp. 365-372(8)
Author: Perelberg, Rosine Jozef

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In the name of …?
pp. 372-379(8)
Author: Watt, Ferelyth

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Psychotherapy and Politics: A Crucial Link
pp. 379-383(5)
Author: Totton, Nick

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Book Reviews
pp. 401-426(26)

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