The enduring legacy of Freud – Anna Freud

See on Scoop.itPsychotherapy & Counselling

The legacy of Sigmund Freud – the founder of psychoanalysis is well known. But perhaps less known is the impact his daughter Anna had, and continues to have, on child psychoanalysis.

Kevin Friery‘s insight:

By the time of her death in 1982, Anna Freud’s work had revolutionised how we treat children in many walks of life, such as in hospital – with longer visiting hours when children are having treatment – and in the judicial system, where screens and video cameras are used when children have to give evidence.

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