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List of Articles


Volume 11 (2017)

Issue 1
Editorial
“Gaslight” and on “Knowing What You are Not Supposed to Know and Feeling What You are Not Supposed to Feel” (Bowlby, 1988)  vii
Orit Badouk Epstein
Shame, Attachment, and Psychotherapy: Phenomenology, Neurophysiology, Relational Trauma, and Harbingers of Healing  1
Ken Benau, Ph.D.
Locked in Rage  28
David Taransaud
Psychotherapy with People Who Have Disorganised Attachment Patterns in a Psychodynamic and Attachment Theory Informed Setting  35
Nelleke J. Nicolai, M.D.
The History Section
Four Events in the Life of John Bowlby: Their Contribution to the Development of Attachment Theory  51
Michael D. Clifford, Ph.D.
Poetry
Ballad of a Fairy Tale Life: (For My Father)  73
Joy Stone
Book Reviews
Relational Being, Beyond Self and Community (2009) by Kenneth J. Gergen, published by Oxford University Press  76
Gordon Alderson
Love in the Age of the Internet: Attachment in the Digital Era (2015) edited by Linda Cundy, published by Karnac  80
Kate Brown
List of Contributors  85
 
Issue 2
Editorial: Issues regarding Integration and Multiculturalism  vii
Wayne Davis
Redundant or Revered? Our Individual and Cultural Responses to Ageing and Death  91
Sue Wright, Ph.D.
Dignity is the Opposite of Shame, and Pride is the opposite of Guilt  119
Richard A. Chefetz, M.D.
Echoism: A Life Dominated by Concern for the other  134
Mark Linington, Nell Montgomery and Elisa Morris
Traumatic Identification  154
Adriano Schimmenti, Ph.D., DClinPsy
Poetry
Mutability  172
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Home  173
Mike Underwood
Therapist, Recorded  173
Tricia Dearborn
Book Reviews
Traumatic Narcissism: Relational Systems of Subjugation (2013) by Daniel Shaw, published by Routledge  174
Kathryn Jackson
Healing Moments in Psychotherapy (2013) edited by Daniel J. Siegel and Marion Solomon, published by W. W. Norton & Co.  180
Alexandra Maeja Raicar
List of Contributors  198
 
Issue 3
Editorial
Insecure Attachment as a Risk Factor for Developing Chronic Pain, Somatisation and Supportive Interventions  vii
Gülcan Sutton Purser
Understanding and Treatment of Patients with Persistent Somatic Complaints through the Lens of Contemporary Attachment Theory  205
Patrick Luyten, Ph.D. and Celine De Meulemeester
It Was Not Safe to Feel Angry: Disrupted Early Attachment and the Development of Chronic Pain in Later Life  223
Frances Sommer Anderson, Ph.D.
Solving Medical Mysteries: Hidden Stresses and Unexplained Symptoms  242
David D. Clarke, M.D.
Poetry
Pain Has an Element  254
Emily Dickinson
Hymn to Physical Pain  254
Rudyard Kipling
On Pain  255
Khalil Gibran
The Occupied Body: On Chronic Fatigue, Co-Regulation and Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI)  257
Orit Badouk Epstein
Twenty-five Years of Trauma Treatment: What Have We Learned?  273
Janina Fisher, Ph.D.
Red Eyes  290
Jasmine Thombs
Book Reviews
Affect Regulation Theory: A Clinical Model (2015) by Daniel Hill, published by W. W. Norton & Company  294
Alexandra Maeja Raicar
The Abandonment Neurosis (2015) by Germaine Guex, translated by Peter Douglas, published by Karnac  299
Hazel Leventhal
List of Contributors  306
 
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