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(p. 227) Letter to Sir David K. Henderson 

(p. 227) Letter to Sir David K. Henderson
(p. 227) Letter to Sir David K. Henderson

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 20 January 2021

In this letter, Winnicott agrees that a big demand for psycho-therapy should not lead to panic provision of half-trained psychotherapists. He wonders why Henderson’s reference to child psychiatry and paediatrics does not mention him and others who are well-known in Britain in this field, and states his belief that he represents a link between paediatrics and child psychiatry.

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