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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 19, Number 2, 1 May 2013

Editorial
pp. 113-116(4)
Author: Kegerreis, Sue

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‘Who is the third who walks always beside you?’ On the death of a psychoanalyst
pp. 143-167(25)
Authors: Rizq, Rosemary; Voller, Diana

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Lost in translation, found in translation: A case study of working psychodynamically in an interpreter-assisted setting
pp. 168-183(16)
Authors: Schweitzer, Robert D.; Rosbrook, Bernadette; Kaiplinger, Ilse

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Hamlet’s answer to Freud
pp. 184-190(7)
Author: Gross, Stephen

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Bion today
pp. 199-207(9)
Author: Steinberg, Paul

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The impossibility of knowing, dilemmas of a psychotherapist
pp. 208-213(6)
Author: Ingram, Gillian

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Doubt, conviction and the analytic process
pp. 213-215(3)
Author: Glyn, John

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Siblings in development: a psychoanalytic view
pp. 220-224(5)
Author: Hughes, Ann

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Projective identification: the fate of a concept
pp. 225-227(3)
Author: Waska, Robert

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Psychodynamic theory for therapeutic practice
pp. 227-229(3)
Author: Collins, Barbara

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