Further to my previous reading list, I have read and can recommend the following:
Wilkinson, M (2006) Coming Into Mind: The Mind-Brain relationship: A Jungian Clinical Perspective, Routledge London & NY, a readable and useful book regardless of psychotherapeutic orientation.
O'Brien, F (2004) The making of Mess in Art Therapy: Attachment, trauma and the brain, Inscape Vol 9(1) pp2-13, a superb analysis of the impact of art interventions with children who suffered early relational trauma, written by a colleague
O'Brien, F (2003) Bella and the White Water Rapids, Inscape 8(1) pp29-41, my colleague's first account of the neurobiology of art therapy with children who've experienced abusive early relationships.
Cozolino, L (2002) The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy, W W Norton NY & London, more accessible than its title suggests.
Kaplan-Solms, K & Solms, M (2000) Clinical Studies in Neuroscience, Karnac London, hard work and 7 years old now but a good thorough introduction.
Schore, A (2000) Attachment, The developing Brain & Psychotherapy, paper presented at the Minds in the Making conference in London march 2000, this is the paper that started this line of inquiry for me.
I hope this is useful, especially as this is such a quickly evolving knowledge base.
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