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This book examines the treatment of young children from the perspective of the therapist's clinical decisions. How does the therapist know what to do at any given moment in a session? What processes of synthesis and integration allow the therapist to choose interventions that transform the relationship between adult and child into a treatment relationship? How does the child therapist balance working with the child and working with the child's parents?
Diana Siskind, M.S.W., is a faculty member and supervisor at the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. she has served as a senior staff member at the Child Development Center, a division of the Jewish Board of Guardians, New York City, and has held faculty positions in the doctoral program in psychology at the City University of New York and the doctoral program at Smith College School for Social Work. Mrs. Siskind maintains a private practice in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults, and psychotherapy with children in New York City.