Daniel N. Stern was the author of The Interpersonal World Of The Infant A View From Psychoanalysis And Developmental Psychology (2000/1985), one of the most profound books on the healthy and unhealthy development of the infant available. Stern's model is in line with current trends in postmodern psychoanalysis - it's based in attachment theory, relationality, intersubjectivity, and neuroscience.
Along with Allan Schore, Stern is must reading for anyone who wants to understand the development and pathologies of development in children - the foundation for trauma therapy.
Stern passed away in 2012 - among his other books are The Present Moment in Psychotherapy and Everyday Life (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology) (2010) and Diary Of A Baby: What Your Child Sees, Feels, And Experiences (1992), told from the baby's point of view.
Published on May 22, 2013
50 Jahre Sigmund-Freud-Institut - 50 Jahre "Forschen und Heilen"
Daniel N. Stern (Boston/Genf)
A developmental perspective on intersubjectivity from birth on
Festakt zum 50-jährigen Bestehen des Sigmund-Freud-Instituts am 24. April 2010 auf dem Campus Westend der Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main.