Review of <em>Parenting: Contemporary clinical perspectives</em>.

Reviews the book, Parenting: Contemporary Clinical Perspectives by Steven Tuber (see record 2016-37599-000). The reviewer notes that most titles on parenting focus on the impact of parenting on the developing child, but Parenting: Contemporary Clinical Perspectives is different: It focuses on the subjective experience of parenting. The book chapters interweave the experience of parenting one’s own children with the experience of treating children and their parents, as well as the reverberations between the two domains. As might be expected of psychodynamically oriented clinicians, another layer of reverberations has to do with the childhood experiences of the clinicians as they resonate with current parenting, treatment relationships with children, and the work with the parents of the children. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2019 APA, all rights reserved)