Facing it Out: Clinical Perspectives on Adolescent Disturbance - Anderson, Robin & Dartington, Anna (2002)
Based on the wealth of experience gathered in the forty years of the life of the Adolescent Department at the Clinic, this covers a full range of clinical work with some of the most difficult areas of adolescence, but it also gives a conceptual framework of normal adolescence and traces the difficulties that arise when this goes wrong. The book will be vital reading for clinicians whose work includes work with adolescents.
Crisis at Adolescence: Object Relations Therapy with the Family - Box, Sally et al. (1994)
Describes an object-relations approach to families with adolescents, focusing on the families' inner object relationships as they repeat themselves via the transference to their therapist. Illustrated with accessible case material.
On Adolescence: Inside Stories - Waddell, Margot (2018)
Adolescence and adolescent states of mind have seldom captured so much attention publicly, nor have they stirred so much anxiety and disturbance privately. This long acknowledged, problematic, transitional world between childhood and adulthood is especially fraught, these days, with the assaults and pressures of contemporary culture and modern technology. The heart of the book lies in the exploration of the inner lives of these young people, whether or not they find their way to clinical services.