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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 17, Number 2, May 2011

Editorial
pp. 117-122(6)
Author: Kegerreis, Sue

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Organisations today: What happens to attachment?
pp. 123-139(17)
Author: Braun, Gabriella

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The true voice of feeling: Lear's pilgrimage
pp. 141-158(18)
Author: Harris Williams, Meg

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The importance of style in the writing of psychoanalytic case studies
pp. 175-185(11)
Author: Gaitanidis, Anastasios

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The pleasures of working with adolescents
pp. 187-197(11)
Author: Phillips, Adam

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Aspects of negation in Freud and Jung
pp. 199-205(7)
Author: Henderson, David

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Our desire for unrest: Thinking about therapy
pp. 207-210(4)
Author: Collins, Barbara

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Flames from the Unconscious: Trauma, madness and faith
pp. 212-217(6)
Author: Harris, Gordon

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Understanding transference
pp. 220-223(4)
Author: Iannaco, Giovanna

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Able-bodied - Scenes from a curious life
pp. 223-226(4)
Author: Segal, Julia

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Psychodynamic counselling with children and young people
pp. 227-229(3)
Author: Mintz, Joseph

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Notes on contributors
pp. 231-233(3)

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