Beatrice Beebe

Beatrice Beebe is Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry), College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York State Psychiatric Institute; faculty at the Columbia Psychoanalytic Center, the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, and the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.

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The Mother-Infant Interaction Picture Book: Origins of Attachment

The Mother-Infant Interaction Picture Book: Origins of Attachment

by Beatrice Beebe, Phyllis Cohen

  • Hardback £23.32 (RRP : £25.00 save £1.68)

Using video microanalysis-which captures moment-to-moment sequences of interactions-Beatrice Beebe and her colleagues have turned their lens on the most primary of relationships, mother and infant.... (more)

Infant Research and Adult Treatment: Co-constructing Interactions

Infant Research and Adult Treatment: Co-constructing Interactions

by Beatrice Beebe, Frank M. Lachmann

  • Paperback £31.49 (RRP : £34.99 save £3.50)

New in paperback. This book is the first synoptic rendering of Beebe's and Lachmann's impressive body of work. Therapists unfamiliar with current research findings will find here a comprehensive and... (more)

Mothers, Infants and Young Children of September 11, 2001: A Primary Prevention Project

Mothers, Infants and Young Children of September 11, 2001: A Primary Prevention Project

Edited by Beatrice Beebe, Phyllis Cohen

  • Paperback £34.19 (RRP : £37.99 save £3.80)

The group of papers presented in this volume represents ten years of involvement of a group of eight core therapists, working originally with approximately forty families who suffered the loss of... (more)

The Origins of Attachment: Infant Research and Adult Treatment

The Origins of Attachment: Infant Research and Adult Treatment

by Beatrice Beebe, Frank M. Lachmann

  • Paperback £35.09 (RRP : £38.99 save £3.90)

The Origins of Attachment: Infant Research and Adult Treatment addresses the origins of attachment in mother-infant face-to-face communication. New patterns of relational disturbance in infancy are... (more)

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