Review of <em>Stories from child and adolescent psychotherapy: A curious space</em>.

Reviews the book, Stories from Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy: A Curious Space by Henry Kronengold (see record 2017-15834-000). In this small volume of case studies (Kronengold prefers to call them short stories) Kronengold teaches the art of child and adolescent therapy. All child and adolescent therapists, of every theoretical orientation, should read this book. It should be read by beginning child therapists early in their training and by experienced therapists, when our creativity needs to be renewed and when we need to reflect again on the many roles we come to play in the lives of our child and adolescent patients. The stories Kronengold tells are memorable, each in its own way. Beginning therapists will remember them when they face similar clinical problems as, inevitably, they will. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2019 APA, all rights reserved)