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One Little Boy by Dorothy W. Baruch

One Little Boy

by Dorothy W. Baruch

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Interesting voyeuristic view of psychotherapy. I was caught up in it right away, but found it tedious after awhile as the stories became repetitious. The author's premise is that all children go through these types of feelings and fears. I'm not sure I agree. I did have a charmed childhood with healthy loving parents that listened and cared. Perhaps I am not one to judge. I always find it fascinating to get inside someone else's head. We all think so differently. For that process this was satisfying up to a point. ( )
  njcur | Nov 8, 2017 |
The story of a depressed child and his equally troubled parents and how they all improved, the child with play therapy and the parents with group and individual talk therapy. This case study is from the fifties and it's quite dated, very Freudian, a LOT of talk about penises and mothers. It's sort of interesting to see how much psychotherapy has changed since then. ( )
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