Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 33, 3

Hard science, thin air and unexpected guests: a pluralistic model of rationality, knowledge and conjecture in child psychotherapy research • The move to intersubjectivity: a clinical and conceptual shift of perspective • Negotiating time: the significance of timing in ending inpatient work • The narcissism of depression or the depression of narcissism and adolescence • ‘I don’t want to be the mother of a paedophile’: the perspectives of mothers whose adolescent sons with learning disabilities sexually offend