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Volume 2 (2008)

Issue 1
Editorial
What is to Be Done?: Reflections on the Bowlby Centenary Year  vii
Rachel Wingfield
Can Attachment Theory Help Explain the Relationship between Childhood Adversity and Psychosis?  1
John Read, Ph.D. and Andrew Gumley
Genetics and Schizophrenia: Part 1: What is What, Exactly?  36
Joseph Schwartz
A Study of Professional Curiosity in Non-Directive Play Therapy and its Link to Attachment  46
Angela S. Garden
Listening to People Who Do Not Speak: Attachment, Communication, and Meaning in Work with Disabled Adults and Children  56
Jane Kitsen
Positive Thinking Does Not Stop Bad Things Happening: An Attachment Approach to Compulsive Obsessional Phenomena  62
Orit Badouk-Epstein
Through a Lens Darkly: Working with a CCTV Team in Trouble  80
Andy Metcalf
Embracing Dissociation  86
Emerald Davis
The Move from Categories to Process: Attachment Phenomena and Clinical Evaluation  89
Arietta Slade, Ph.D.
Arietta Slade will give the 15th John Bowlby Lecture at the John Bowlby Memorial Conference, 25th and 26th April 2008. The Conference is entitled: ‘Terror within and Without. Attachment and Disintegration: Clinical Work on the Edge’  106
 
Breaking Free from Procrustean Orthodoxy: Personal Reflections after the 2007 Bowlby Memorial Conference  108
Richard Reeves
Exhibition Review
Louise Bourgeois, Born 1911, A Retrospective: Tate Modern 10 October 2007 — 20 January 2008  114
Hannah Hurst, Sandra Jacobs and Irris Singer
Contributors  123
 
Issue 2
Editorial
Routes to Relationality: An Attachment Theory Perspective  vii
Kate White
Emotional Recovery and Staying Well after Psychosis: An Attachment-based Conceptualization  127
Andrew Gumley, Matthias Schwannauer, Angus MacBeth and John Read, Ph.D.
Conference Hosted by ATTACHMENT and the Centre for Attachment-based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (CAPP) 31 October-1 November 2008  149
 
Genetics and Schizophrenia: Part 2: Why Attachment Theory is a Better Theory and Why No One Wants it  150
Joseph Schwartz
Guidelines to Diagnosis of Ritual Abuse/Mind Control Traumatic Stress  159
Ellen P. Lacter, Ph.D. and Karl D. Lehman, M.D.
Poem: Searching  182
Emerald Davis
Postcards from Cuba 2007-2008  183
Marge Oderberg
‘Killing Me Softly’: A Relational Understanding of Attachment to Pain  195
Sarah Benamer
Attachment-Based Therapy in Groups: Exploring a New Theoretical Paradigm with Professional Care-givers  204
Una McCluskey
The Woodpecker: The Place of Trance and Hypnosis in Relational Psychotherapy  216
Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar
Neuroscience Update
Can Neuroscience Help to Make Psychotherapy More Acceptable?  225
Kathrin Stauffer, Ph.D.
Can Tony Soprano Be Redeemed: Is There Such a Thing as a Criminal Personality?  230
Orit Badouk-Epstein
Book Review and Interview
The CIA Doctors: Human Rights Violations by American Psychiatry (2006), by Colin A. Ross, published by Manitou Communications, Richardson, Texas, USA.  237
Valerie Sinason
Book Reviews
Containment and Reciprocity: Integrating Psychoanalytic Theory and Child Development Research for Work with Children (2007), by Hazel Douglas, published by Routledge.  243
Zenith Wallace
Tales of Psychotherapy (2007), edited by Jane Ryan, published by Karnac.  244
Yvonne Forward
Obituary
Appreciation of the Life of Dr Brian Lake, 1922-2007  247
Una McCluskey
List of Contributors  249
 
Issue 3
Editorial
Teenage Killings: Loss, Trauma and Abandonment in the Histories of Young People in Trouble  vii
Rachel Wingfield
Behind Closed Doors: Sexual Excitement as a Re-Enactment of Trauma  257
Liat Levy
Erotic Gift-Giving from Client to Therapist in Relational Psychotherapy  269
Benjamin Marr
Response to Paper by Benjamin Marr on Erotic Gift-Giving in Relational Psychotherapy  282
Barry Christie
Applications of the Child Attachment Interview. A Practitioner-Researcher's Experience of Working with the Measure of Attachment in Middle Childhood  285
Joanna North, M.A.
Poem
Advice on Dealing with Nerves about Public Speaking  291
Jane Kitsen
Attachment to the Unborn Child and Parental Mental Representations of Pregnancy following Perinatal Loss  292
Joann M. O'Leary, Ph.D., MPH, M.S. and Clare Thorwick
‘The Making of Her’: My Boarding School Experience  321
Mary Stack
‘What Do You Think is Going on Here? Is This Individual Therapy or Couple Therapy?’  328
Jenny Riddell
Book Review
The Analysand's Tale by Robert Morley (Karnac, 2007), £19.99, 303 pages, Paperback.  343
Richard Reeves
List of Contributors  349
 
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