Miriam Ben-Aaron

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The short-term mother-child and father-child psychoanalytic psychotherapy assumes that children develop specific types of relationships with each parent, as well as with the parenting couple. The model integrates an intra-psychic, object-relational view with an interpersonal perspective to the treatment of relational disturbances in childhood. The same(More)
A group of 26 psychotic children, aged 5--8, in a day hospital, was treated in small groups of 4 or 5, by 2 therapists (a male and female). According to our observations the treatment set-up enhances a 'present therapeutic symbiosis' where the 'other half' of the symbiotic dyad is composed of all the children in the group, the therapists and the physical(More)
In this study of young kibbutz children, we considered similarities and differences between mother-child dyads and metapelet (nonmaternal female caregiver)-child dyads on their rates of mentioning positive and negative emotion states and emotion calls during narrative co-construction from a text-free picture book illustrating emotionally charged situations.(More)
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