ABOUT THE EDITIORS AND CONTRIBUTORS ACKNOWLEGEMENTS AND PERMISSIONS Series editor foreword INTRODUCTION [Frances Thomson-Salo] PART I Mainly clinical 1. A comprehensive approach to child abuse [Jordi Sala] 2. Discussion of Jordi Sala's paper [Irma Brenman Pick] 3. Child abuse as confusion of tongues [Luis Jorge Martin Cabre] 4. Todd [Mali A. Mann] 5. The abused child - a sad, never ending story: Some observations on abused children in the current refugee crisis [Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber] 6. The making of an abuser [John Woods] 7. The lost child [Laura Tognoli] 8. When something that should happen does not: the unwelcome child and his psychic vicissitudes [Massimo Vigna Taglianti] 9. May your steel be as sharp as your final no! [Gemma Zontini] PART II 10. Protecting the care systems to prevent burnout 10.1 All in the same boat: The activity of the Abuse and Ill-treatment Group: Thinking about unequal power in human relations. Personal motives in taking part in the Abuse and Ill-treatment Group of the Genoese Psychoanalytical Centre, Italian Psychoanalytical Society [Maria Pia Conti and Stefano Bomarsi] 10.2 Abused children - reflections on the model [Renata Rizzitelli and Carola del Favora] 10.3 "I am naked, not just barehanded! [Maria Naccari Carlizzi] 10.4 Abused children, caregivers, psychoanalysts... voices from the groups: Reflections on the model and its use [Anna Maria Risso] 10.5 What happens to pain: the evolution of the request [Elise Alice Pellerano and Ivana Pozzoli] 10.6 The group is frightened and frightening [Chiara Napoli and Anna Maria Risso] PART III Legal aspects 11. Protecting the child and assessing the evidence: The task and role of the judiciary in child abuse [Cristina Maggia]
Frances Thomson-Salo is Associate Professor and Consultant Infant Mental Health Clinician in the Centre for Women's Mental Health at the Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, Honorary Principal Fellow in the University of Melbourne's Department of Psychiatry, and Instructor in the University of Melbourne Graduate Diploma/Masters in Infant and Parent Mental Health, Australia. Laura Tognoli Pasquali is member of the International Psychoanalytical Association's Committee on Women and Psychoanalysis and training and supervising analyst in the Italian Psychoanalytical Society.