Finding a Way to the Child
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8 February, 6.15 to 7pm, online
Finding a Way to the Child: Selected Clinical Papers 1983-2021 by Margaret Rustin, edited by Simon Cregeen and Kate Stratton, is a record of the clinical thinking of Margaret Rustin across her 50 years of work as a child psychotherapist at the Tavistock. It includes some of her well-known papers and some not previously published, and ranges from individual case studies to the challenges of assessment, and work with parents. Margaret’s special interest in children with a troubled early history stands out, as does her conviction of the crucial relevance of psychoanalytic therapy for such children and adolescents.
We will hear from Michael Holland, Tavistock and Portman CEO, Ricky Emanuel, child psychotherapist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, as well as from Margaret herself. The event will be chaired by Katie Argent, Head of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy at the Trust.
Paperback and hardback editions are available online from Routledge
You can get a discount from Routledge using code: ADC23
About the author
Margaret Rustin is an honorary consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist at the Tavistock and Portman Foundation Trust where she has a long history which includes having been being Head of Child Psychotherapy, Dean, Chair of the Professional Committee and an Executive Director. She is a Trustee of the Tavistock and Portman Charity.
Margaret is a long-term active member of the Association of Child Psychotherapists, and is a Child Analyst and a Clinical Associate of the British Psychoanalytical Society. She has pioneered and supported the extension of training in infant observation and child psychotherapy across the United Kingdom and in several other countries. She remains active as a teacher and supervisor.
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