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This is the second paper in a series of papers concerned with the relevance of infant therapy to the treatment of adults. The detailed presentation of a case of infant therapy illustrates our thesis that (1) early failures in mutual holding lead to a distortion of the body image, to an insufficient development of trust and empathy, and to a difficulty in(More)
This is the first in a series of papers about the relevance of infant therapy to the treatment of adults. A description of maternal and infantile movement patterns is used to substantiate our thesis that not only does the mother hold the child, but the child holds the mother. A good-enough holding environment is maintained when the mother's adult patterns(More)
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