Part I: Introduction: Working with Children who are Hard to Reach. An Animal Alphabet of our Actual and Symbolic Relationship to Animals. Animals on Stage in Therapy: Anthropomorphic Animal Objects. Animation Through the Window: The Beautiful and the Sublime. Part II: Introduction: Closeness and Separation. Separation and Sleeping Difficulties: Helpful Images with Sleepless Children. The Location of Self in Animals. Entangled and Confusional Children: Analytical Approaches to Psychotic Thinking and Autistic Features in Childhood. Part III: Introduction: Case Study: The Heart and the Bone. From Calm to Chaos and Rage. Things that go Bump in the Night, the 'Fish Pictures' and the Development of Clay-work. The Heart and the Bone. Working Towards the End of Therapy and Conclusions.
Caroline Case is an analytical art therapist in private practice and a child and adolescent psychotherapist at the Knowle Clinic, Bristol. She is co-author of The Handbook of Art Therapy and co-editor of Working with Children in Art Therapy