Introduction: The historial background of psychoanlytic psychothrapy for children.
Chapter 1 An introduction to the approach.
Chapter 2 The theoretical framework of the therapeutic model and an outline of links to other approaches.
Chapter 3 An overview of our treatment approach: The assessment phase.
Chapter 4 Establishing the frame of treatment and the formation of therapeutic alliance.
Chapter 5 The therapeutic process: The functions of the therapist.
Chapter 6 The parent–child dyads.
Chapter 7 The work with parents outside the sessions with the child.
Chapter 8 In Summary
Chapter 9 A five–year old boy in need of parental help.
Chapter 10 A short dyadic treatment.
Chapter 11 A girl suffering from chronic constipation.
Chapter 12 ′A name is given′.
Chapter 13 ′The missing piece′.