Review of Psychotherapeutic Interventions in infancy: A seminar given by Dr Margareta Berg-Broden / Alan Carr. Social constructionist psychology and family therapy: Reflections on Professor Ken Gergen's paper to the Psychology Dept, University College Dublin 20th June 1996 / Alan Carr
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|Title:||Review of Psychotherapeutic Interventions in infancy: A seminar given by Dr Margareta Berg-Broden / Alan Carr. Social constructionist psychology and family therapy: Reflections on Professor Ken Gergen's paper to the Psychology Dept, University College Dublin 20th June 1996 / Alan Carr||Authors:||Carr, Alan||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/6398||Date:||Dec-1993||Abstract:||Article 1: This fascinating seminar was held under the auspices of the Irish Institute for INtegrated Psychotherapy and the Irish Forum for Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy at All Hallows College on 2nd April 1993. Margareta, a Swedish pscychologist and psychotherapist, is an international authrity on treatment of mother-infant attachment difficullties. She has worked over the past twenty years in the US, France and Italy. She currently practices at Victoriagarden, a unit within the Child Psychiatric Clinic of Malmo in Sweden. The seminar was later published in the Irish Psychologist, 19 (10), 123-124. / Article 2: Ken Gergen spoke to a full house at UCD on 20th June 1996. He outlined three criticisms of the representationalist position in academic psychology and then went on to sketch the implications for psychology of discarding a representationalist position in favour of a social constructionist stance.||Type of material:||Contribution to Newspaper/Magazine||Publisher:||Family Therapy Association of Ireland||Journal:||Feedback||Issue:||1||Start page:||5||End page:||6||Keywords:||Brodén, Margareta; Mother-infant attachment difficulties; Representationalism; Psychology||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
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