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As part of a larger research project in Sweden, a qualitative study investigated psychotherapists’ experiences of mother–infant psychoanalysis (MIP). A randomized controlled trial compared two groups of mother–infant dyads with psychological problems. One had received Child Health Center care, and the other received MIP. Previous articles on long-t...
An earlier randomized controlled trial (RCT) compared 80 mother-infant dyads in a Stockholm sample. One had received mother-infant psychoanalytic treatment [mother-infant psychoanalytic therapies (MIP) group], and the other received Child Health Center care (CHCC group). Effects were found on mother-reported depression and expert-rated mother-infan...
A randomized controlled trial (RCT) compared two groups of mother–infant dyads in a Stockholm sample. One had received mother–infant psychoanalytic treatment (MIP group) and the other Child Health Center care (CHCC group). Effects were found on mother-reported depression and expert-rated mother–infant relationship qualities and maternal sensitivity...
The concept of transference is central to the theory and practice of psychanalysis. In child analysis, you face specific difficulties when handling it. Child analysis has from the 1920s onwards been dominated by two names: Anna Freud and Melanie Klein. A major controversy between these two arose over precisely the question of transference. In this...