Juliet Hopkins

Juliet Hopkins has had a significant impact on child psychotherapy. As the niece of John Bowlby, she robustly defends his place in the field of psychoanalysis, shares her concept of ‘Too Good Mothering’ and how she has integrated attachment theory and research on intergenerational trauma. She recalls how Enid Balint lifted her from depression and how penis envy and hearing about penis envy was a completely normal part of everyday life!

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Launch of MINDinMIND

On Oct 1st 2020 to officially launch MINDinMIND, Jane O’Rourke gathered some of the world’s leading child psychotherapists who between them have had an enormous influence on child psychotherapy and the children and families they have dedicated their lives to helping.

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Monica Lanyado

Child Psychotherapist Monica Lanyado is a prolific author and respected authority on the treatment of traumatised children. Here she draws on over 50 years of clinical practice to share her insights on how best to treat traumatised children and why maintaining hope is so important.

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