Contemporary child and adolescence psychiatry's wide range of concerns include clinical, research, social and policy issues which are evolving at a fast pace. In some ways the on-going controversy surrounding the condition of ADHD embodies and reflects many of these issues.
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- Special population – child and adolescent psychotherapy – Australasian Psychiatry, 2017
- Promoting psychotherapy within Australasian Psychiatry – Australasian Psychiatry
- Psychotherapy and Neurobiology – an interview with George Halasz – Andrew Amos , Australasian Psychiatry, June 2017
- Back of House/Under the House: Some Psychoanalytic Aspects of the Acquisition and Exhibition of Art by Survivors of the Holocaust by Eugen Koh and George Halasz, Feb 2011
- Out of the Dark: The Emotional Legacy of the Holocaust
- How Holocaust Art Brings into Being the Vanished Self (28 June 2008)
- Introduction to Cunningham Dax Collection & Jewish Holocaust Centre Partnership in Trauma Art (10 Dec 2007)
- Portrait of the Absent Dialogue: Rethinking Generational Transmissions
- Personal psychotherapy in a psychiatrist’s training
- The Rights of the Child in Psychotherapy (American Journal of Psychotherapy; Summer 1996)
- Should There Be a Right to Effective Psychotherapy? (Australasian Psychiatry, June 1993)
A child psychotherapy perspective
- A 13 Year Follow Up of Child Psychiatry Training by Keith Marriage and George Halasz (Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 1991)
The graduates from two child psychiatry training programmes over a 13 year period responded to a questionnaire designed to elicit their retrospective evaluations of various aspects of their educational experience. Information is presented about areas of knowledge judged important, specific experiences which were helpful and unhelpful, and current patterns of practice of these graduates.Their attitudes toward supervision and supervisors are discussed, as are implications for recruitment of future trainees and teachers/faculty.
Child and Psychotherapy
- “How we fail to care for children of mentally ill parents – psychological revisionism in child mental health care” – Children of Parents with Mental Illness
- Aspects of Child Psychotherapy (Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 1993)