'We find many people who do not manage to put into words the sentiments they would like us to take into account and it is useful to know that drawing their experiences might give them a tool to express their thoughts and feelings.'
A.H. Brafman describes some of his original observations on the use of drawings in therapy, which proved the starting-point for a unique, new book.
Peter Blake, trained at the Tavistock in London, worked most of his life as a child and adolescent psychotherapist in Australia. He wrote this book about his own way of working, as a contribution to the further development of the field.
A.H. Brafman explores the plethora of difficult and fundamental issues that arise from the notion of the patient's independence from the analyst.
A historically important summary by Meg Harris Williams of the origins of the Harris Meltzer Trust, an educational charity publishing books.