When a Baby Dies: Psychotherapy for Pregnancy and Newborn Loss

Paperback | January 29, 1992

byIrving G. Leon

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This is the first in-depth exploration of psychotherapy for those who have experienced the loss of a baby during pregnancy or in the first few weeks of life. Irving B. Leon integrates recent work on narcissism, mourning, and short-term therapy with more traditional psychoanalytic theory and treatment to provide a combination of theory, practice, and research that will be valuable for all mental health clinicians.

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This is the first full-length exploration of psychotherapy for those who have experienced the loss of a baby during pregnancy or the first few weeks of life. Using many case reports, Irving G. Leon integrates recent work on narcissism, mourning, and short-term therapy with more traditional psychoanalytic theory and treatment.

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This is the first in-depth exploration of psychotherapy for those who have experienced the loss of a baby during pregnancy or in the first few weeks of life. Irving B. Leon integrates recent work on narcissism, mourning, and short-term therapy with more traditional psychoanalytic theory and treatment to provide a combination of theory,...

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This is the first full-length exploration of psychotherapy for those who have experienced the loss of a baby during pregnancy or the first few weeks of life. Using many case reports, Irving G. Leon integrates recent work on narcissism, mourning, and short-term therapy with more traditional psychoanalytic theory and treatment.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:247 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:January 29, 1992Publisher:Yale University Press

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ISBN - 10:0300052308

ISBN - 13:9780300052305

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This is the first full-length exploration of psychotherapy for those who have experienced the loss of a baby during pregnancy or the first few weeks of life. Using many case reports, Irving G. Leon integrates recent work on narcissism, mourning, and short-term therapy with more traditional psychoanalytic theory and treatment.