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      Sanders, K. (1986). A Matter of Interest: Clinical Notes of a Psycho-Analyst in General Practice. Clunie Press.

      Sanders, K. (1986). A Matter of Interest. , 1-109. Clunie Press.

      A Matter of Interest: Clinical Notes of a Psycho-Analyst in General Practice

      Kenneth Sanders


      I Introduction 9
      II The Practice Setting 13
      III Amazons — and Others 18
      IV Infantile Asthma: Containing the Anxiety 26
      V A Five- Year-Old Child and her Grandmother 34
      VI Adolescent Confusions 41
      VII On Being Unable to Weep 48
      VIII Depression in Adult Life: Working and Weeping 54
      IX Intimations of Mortality: Bereavement, Sickness, Hypochondria 61
      X On the Brink 69
      XI On Resistance 75
      XII On Being Unable to Cure Psychosis 83
      XIII Bion's ‘Protomental System’ and Psychosomatic Illness in General Practice 89
      XIV Counter-Transference and the Structure of the Mind 96
      XV Epilogue: The Lady with the Miniatures 100
        Bibliography 109
        Illustrations between 40 & 41


      Thanks first, to ‘my friends pictured within’.

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