By Inge Wise
An outline of labor with children, protecting a large spectrum of topics, together with operating with violent, depressed and suicidal teenagers, and people being affected by addictions.
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Sally mumbled and fidgeted with the edge of her coat. She told me that the school Head had wanted her to come and she was quite upset by this as she had built a very strong relation to this teacher, who now seemed unable to go on helping Sally on her own. Sally seemed to feel betrayed and let down by the referral. She reluctantly told me about difficultiesat home, that she had to look after a younger sister when her mother left for work. She also talked about her father, whom she experienced as very 30 ADOLESCENCE distant, quite unreachable, and towards whom she felt very negative.
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Note 1 This example has also appeared in Bronstein & Flanders (1998). Acknowledgements I am grateful to Dr Elizabeth Bott Spillius for her helpful comments on the paper. An earlier version was published (in Spanish) in "Vertex" in Revista Argentina de Psiqiatdd, 5(15), 1994. References Blos, P. (1962). On Adolescence. A Psychoanalytic Interpretation. Free Press Britton, R. (1989). The Missing Link: Parental Sexuality in the Oedipus Complex. London: Kamac. , & Flanders, S. (1998). The development of a therapeutic space in a first contact with adolescents.
Adolescence by Inge Wise