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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 15, Number 4, November 2009

Editorial
pp. 337-340(4)
Author: Weegmann, Martin

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Questions of substance: Psychodynamic reflections on addictive vulnerability and treatment
pp. 365-380(16)
Authors: Khantzian, Edward; Weegmann, Martin

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Addiction as a psychological symptom
pp. 381-393(13)
Author: Dodes, Lance

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Andy - The story continues
pp. 405-407(3)
Author: Brooker, Andy

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Recovery
pp. 413-415(3)
Author: Boyd, Deirdre

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There must be some way out of hereĀ …
pp. 419-420(2)
Author: Hope, H.

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The many voices of psychoanalysis
pp. 421-423(3)
Author: Prendeville, William

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Psychoanalytic energy psychotherapy
pp. 424-426(3)
Author: Miller, John Andrew

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Becoming a person through psychoanalysis
pp. 433-437(5)
Author: Thomas, Lindsay

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Understanding boundaries and containment in clinical practice
pp. 437-440(4)
Author: Collins, Barbara

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Murder: A psychotherapeutic investigation
pp. 440-443(4)
Author: Segal, Julia

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Recovery of the lost good object
pp. 443-446(4)
Author: Omand, Liz

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Notes on contributors
pp. 447-449(3)

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