Interview with Juliet Hopkins

Jane O'Rourke from MindinMind talks to Juliet Hopkins about the significant impact she has had on child psychotherapy.

In this interview, "Juliet shares her regret about feeling embarrassed about her uncle being John Bowlby when she was a trainee, and the painful rejection of him by colleagues at the Tavistock Clinic who considered his ideas ‘ridiculous’. 

Juliet says despite John Bowlby's theories being widely embraced by child clinicians throughout the world, he . . .

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