WATCH, WAIT, AND WONDER: TESTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NEW APPROACH TO MOTHER-INFANT PSYCHOTHERAPY

@article{Cohen1999WATCHWA,
  title={WATCH, WAIT, AND WONDER: TESTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NEW APPROACH TO MOTHER-INFANT PSYCHOTHERAPY},
  author={N. Cohen and E. Muir and M. Lojkasek and R. Muir and C. Parker and M. Barwick and Myrna Brown},
  journal={Tradition},
  year={1999},
  volume={20},
  pages={429-451}
}
This research compared two forms of psychodynamic psychotherapeutic interventions for 67 clinically referred infants and their mothers. One was an infant-led psychotherapy delivered through a program called Watch, Wait, and Wonder (WWW). The other was a mother- infant psychotherapy (PPT). Infants ranged in age from 10 to 30 months at the outset of treatment, which took place in weekly sessions over approximately 5 months. A broad range of measures of attachment, qualities of the mother- infant… Expand
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