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Bonnie Evans

, without the baggage of European models of play therapy that had become so closely associated with psychoanalysis, hence the popularity of these models amongst Western parents of children diagnosed with autism. In 1990, several parents in Britain appealed to have their children sent to the Higashi School in Boston at the expense of the local authority, though these appeals were

in The metamorphosis of autism
Bonnie Evans

psychoanalytic descriptions of infantile phantasies and the early development of unconscious mental life, nor with the role of mothers in affecting this. These approaches would become increasingly distanced in the 1970s, so that work such as that conducted by Anthony that fused psychoanalysis, developmental psychology and psychiatry was harder to sustain. From the psychoanalytic side

in The metamorphosis of autism