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Kuchuck, S. Pines, D. (2011). A Note from the Editors. Psychoanal. Perspect., 8(1):iv-v.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 8(1):iv-v

A Note from the Editors

Steven Kuchuck, LCSW and Deborah Pines, LCSW

OF ALL THE ISSUES WE'VE PUBLISHED, THE SPECIAL FERENCZI ISSUE (Vol. 7, No. 1, Fall 2010) seems to have inspired the most correspondence and feedback in recent memory. We bring you one such letter, now evolved into Ferenczi scholar B. William Brennan's “On Ferenczi: A Response—Notes from Elasticity to the Confusion of Tongues and the Technical Dimensions of Ferenczi's Approach,” with a brief but important response by Ferenczi issue contributor, scholar, and translator Peter T. Hoffer. Following this dialogue, we are pleased to present a new paper by Gradiva Award-winner Gladys Foxe, “Countertransference and the Heart of the Heroic: Working with a Journalist from China,” in which she writes about her treatment with a Chinese dissident and survivor of the Tiananmen Square uprising, and the particularly challenging transference-countertransference paradigm she faces in the course of this work. Noted experts on dynamics of heroism, Sue Grand, and on cross-cultural work, Alan Roland, respond and stir the author's further thinking on this subject.

In “The Not-Me and the Loving Self,” Eric Mendelsohn revisits a painful personal experience of loss in what he describes as “a clinical story, a personal story, and the story of their intersection,” a moving piece that reminds us just how inseparable the personal and the clinical really are. We are also proud to present the 2010 NIP Educator's Award-winning paper “Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Children with Asperger's Syndrome: Therapeutic Engagement Through Play.” With this cutting-edge work, Alan J. Levy makes an important contribution to an otherwise sparse literature.

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