For many years the regular observation of infants during the first
two years of life has been a vital element in the training of child
psychotherapists at the Tavistock Clinic. This book presents case
studies which are evocative, sensitive, and jargon-free, in order
to explore the developing relationships of infants with their
mothers and other family members. Drawing on the work of pioneers
such as Klein and Winnicott, it shows how the capacity to learn
from direct observation can be developed. The book will be of value
not only to parents but to all professionals working with young
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Social sciences >
Child & developmental psychology
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