International Journal of Infant Observation and Its Applications
ISSN: 1369-8036 (Print), 1745-8943 (Online)
Publication Frequency: 3 issues per year
Psychoanalytic infant observation, developed at The Tavistock Clinic in 1948, has become an essential feature of pre-clinical training in child and adult psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and related fields throughout the world.
Infant Observation publishes the best of the varied and original writing emerging from this field. It comprises case studies on infant and young child observation, research papers, and articles focusing on wider applications of the psychoanalytic observational method, including its relevance to reflective professional practice in fields such as social work, teaching and nursing. Papers are peer-reviewed. The journal also welcomes lively correspondence.
Infant Observation is essential reading for teachers, students and practitioners of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and observational studies, and for those interested in the development and application of the infant observation method. Readers and contributors include analysts, psychotherapists, social workers, teachers, nurses, doctors and many others with an interest in the area.
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