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Volume 15 (1998, 1999)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Prophecy Coles
Clinical Papers
The Reversal of Pathological Projective Identifications: The Problem of Patient Receptivity  3
Duncan Cartwright
Narcissistic Deprivation and the Anti-Selfobject  19
Robert Royston
What Does the Therapist Feel? Countertransference with Bulimic Women with Borderline Personality Disorder  31
Gillian Russell and Patricia Marsden
Theoretical Paper
The Working Alliance: Is it Necessary?  43
Jane Kitto
Interdisciplinary Analysis
Trauma, Memory and Memorials  54
Michael Rowlands
Inheritance: Jewish Identity and the Legacy of the Holocaust Mediated through Art Psychotherapy Groups  65
Joy Schaverien
Applied Psychotherapy
Processes of Love and Separation in Jane Austen's Mature Work  80
Bernardine Bishop
Triadic Relationships in Celtic Traditional Narrative: The Limitations of Applied Psychoanalysis  90
Brendan Mcmahon
Correspondence
Trainees and Clinical Experience  100
 
Appreciations
Charles Rycroft  101
Jeremy Holmes
David Stafford  103
Margaret Fagan
Clinical Commentary
Clinical Commentary XXIII  104
Katherine Arnold
Clinical Material  104
 
Commentary by Two Therapists from the Women's Therapy Centre  112
Sue Einhorn and Sheila Ritchie
Commentary by a Kleinian Psychotherapist  116
Meira Likierman
Commentary from a Jungian Perspective  119
Jean Thomson
Book Reviews
The Many Faces of Eros by Joyce McDougall. Published by Free Association Books, London 1996; 258 pages  123
Abe Brafman
Somatic Illness and the Patient's Other Story. A Practical Integrative Mind/Body Approach to Disease for Doctors and Psychotherapists by Brian Broom. Published by Free Association Books, London, New York, 1997; 187 pages; £15.99  126
Peter Shoenberg
Eros of the Impossible: The History of Psychoanalysis in Russia by Alexander Etkind. Published by Westview Press, Boulder, CO and Oxford, 1997; 394 pages.Psychotherapy in the Third Reich: the Goring Institute by Geoffrey Cocks. Second edition. Published by Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, 1997; 449 pages  129
Paul Gordon
Poiesis: The Language of Psychology and the Speech of the Soul by Stephen K. Levine. Published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and Bristol, Pennsylvania, 1997; 141 pages; £16.95  131
Francesca Raphael
Back to Freud's Texts: Making Silent Documents Speak by Ilse Grubrich-Simitis. Published by Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 1996; 322 pages; £25.00  132
Mark Solms
Cultural Pluralism and Psychoanalysis: The Asian and North American Experience by Alan Roland. Published by Routledge, New York and London, 1996; 198 pages; £14.99 paperback  137
Ruth Berkowitz
Translate This Darkness: The Life of Christiana Morgan, the Veiled Woman in Jung's Circle by Claire Douglas. Published by Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1997; 398 pages  139
Snoo Wilson
Psychoanalytic Culture. Psychoanalytic Discourse in Western Society by Ian Parker. Published by Sage Publications, London 1997; 290 pages; £14.99  141
John Clare
Abstracts from other Journals  144
 
Issue 2
Editorial  153
Prophecy Coles
Clinical Papers
Brief Psychodynamic-Interpersonal Therapy for Patients with Severe Psychiatric Illness Which is Unresponsive to Treatment  155
Elspeth Guthrie, Jim Moorey, Helen Barker, Frank Margison and Graeme McGrath
Enuresis, Early Attachment and Intimacy  167
Samuel M. Stein
Fifth Annual John Bowlby Memorial Lectures
Attachment Theory and the Psychoanalytic Tradition: Reflections on Human Relationality  177
Stephen A. Mitchell
In Dialogue with Stephen Mitchell  194
Susie Orbach
Exile: Paradoxes of Loss and Creativity  201
Nancy Caro Hollander
Theoretical Papers
Discretion as Power: In the Situation Called ‘Psychotherapy’  216
Thomas Szasz
Confidentiality and Therapeutic Practice  229
Katherine Venier
Cultural Analysis
Adolescent Transition and the Use of Hallucinogens: A Subcultural Analysis  240
Shelley MacDonald, Chris Newrith, Fiona Blyth and Gary Winship
Appreciations
A Tribute to Marion Milner  249
Nina Farhi
A Tribute to Marion Milner  252
Michael Podro
Correspondence
Is it Still Possible to Publish?  254
Chris Maloney
Book Reviews
The Antigroup: Destructive Forces in the Group and Their Creative Potential by Morris Nitsun. Published by Routledge, London, 1996; 318 pages; £16.99  255
Jessica Mayer Johnson
Reaching Across Boundaries of Culture and Class: Widening the Scope of Psychotherapy edited by Rose Marie Pérez Foster, Michael Moskowitz and Rafael Art. Javier. Published by Jason Aronson Inc., London and Northvale, New Jersey, 1996; 275 pages  258
M. Fakhry Davids
Psychotherapy with Women: Feminist Perspectives edited by Marilyn Lawrence and Marie Maguire. Published by Macmillan, Hampshire and London, 1997; 229 pages; £12.99 paperback  262
Dinora Pines
The Psychoanalytic Mystic by Michael Eigen. Published by Free Association Books, London and New York, 1998; 220 pages; £15.95  263
Josephine Klein
Art, Psychotherapy and Psychosis edited by Katherine Killick and Joy Schaverien. Published by Routledge, London, 1997; 267 pages; £16.99  264
Ken Wright
Child Abuse, Psychotherapy and the Law by Roger Kennedy. Published by Free Association Books, London, 1997; 158 pages; £15.95 paperback  267
Annie Bousfield
Self-Envy: Therapy and the Divided Internal World by Rafael E. Lopez-Corvo. Published by Jason Aronson Inc., London, 1995; 233 pages; £24.50 hardback: Being and Not Being: Clinical Applications of the Death Instinct by Otto Weininger. Published by Karnac Books, London, 1996; 171 pages; £16.95 paperback  268
James V. Fisher
The Analyst's Preconscious by Victoria Hamilton. Published by The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, New Jersey, 1996; 352 pages; £38.00 hardback  271
David Mann
The Analyst in the Inner City: Race, Class and Culture through a Psychoanalytic Lens by Neil Altman. Published by The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, New Jersey, 1995; 188 pages; £23.95  273
Lennox Thomas
Abstracts from other Journals  276
 
Issue 3
Editorial  289
Prophecy Coles
Clinical Papers
Destructive Narcissism and the Obliteration of Subject-Object Separation: Various Manifestations of an Underlying Psychodynamic Configuration  291
Günter H. Seidler
Encountering Self-Harm in Psychotherapy and Counselling Practice  306
Maggie Turp
Fifth Annual John Bowlby Memorial Lectures
Storied Community as Secure Base: Response to the Paper by Nancy Caro Hollander ‘Exile: Paradoxes of Loss and Creativity’  322
Renos K Papadopoulos
Theoretical Papers
Assessment - What for? Who for?  333
Josephine Klein
The Cash Nexus: Or How the Therapeutic Fee is a Form of Communication  346
Marguerite Valentine
Research Study
Issues for Pregnant Therapists: Missed Appointments and Fee Payments  355
Maria Napoli
BJP Student Essay Competition 1998
Psychic Security: Its Origins, Development and Disruption  358
Alfred Garwood
Appreciation
Parthenope Bion Talamo  368
Betty Joseph
Response
A Response to ‘Discretion as Power: In the Situation Called “Psychotherapy”’ by Thomas Szasz  370
Peter Lomas
Clinical Commentary
Clinical Commentary XXIV  373
Katherine Arnold
Clinical Material  373
 
Clinical Commentary by a Contemporary Freudian Child Psychotherapist and a Contemporary Freudian Analyst  375
Jenny Davids
Clinical Commentary by a Kleinian Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychotherapist  378
Silvia Oclander Goldie
Commentary by a Jungian Child Analyst  380
Susan Rees
Book Reviews
The Creative Mystique: From Red Shoes Frenzy to Love and Creativity by Susan Kavaler-Adler. Published by Routledge, New York and London, 1996; 339 pages; £13.99  382
Gillian Isaacs Hemmings
The Freudians: A Comparative Perspective by Edith Kurzweil. Published by Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, USA and London, 1998. Originally published in 1989 by Yale University Press, now republished with a new introduction; 374 pages; $24.95  384
Eric Rayner
Generations: Poems between Fathers, Mothers, Daughters, Sons edited by Melanie Hart and James Loader. Published by Penguin Books, 1998; 366 pages; £14.99 paperback  386
Helen Taylor Robinson
Therapy Across Culture by Inga-Britt Krause. Published by Sage, London, 1998; 193 pages; £13.99  388
Herbert Hahn
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Patient: Psychodynamic Studies of the Creative Personality by Gerald Alper. Published by International Scholars Publications, San Francisco, London, Bethesda, 1998; 243 pages; £15.95  390
Andrea Sabbadini
Midwifery of the Soul: A Holistic Perspective on Psychoanalysis by Margaret Arden. Published by Free Association Books, London, 1998; 126 pages  392
Brendan McLoughlin
Truth Games: Lies, Money and Psychoanalysis by John Forrester. Published by Harvard University Press, Massachusetts, London, 1997; 210 pages; £14.50 hardback  394
Tessa Adams
Abstracts from other Journals  397
 
Issue 4
Editorial  409
Jean Arundale
Articles
Sigmund Freud's Programme for a Science of Consciousness  412
David Livingstone Smith
Cognitive-Analytic Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder in the Context of a Community Mental Health Team: Individual and Organizational Psychodynamic Implications  425
Dr Ian B. Kerr
The Therapist and the Fool: An Exploration of Why Some Patients Attend Therapy in Order to Not Be Helped  439
Michael Lamprell
Psychotherapy Supervision Face-to-Face and by Videoconferencing: A Comparative Study  452
Tore Sorlie, Deede Gammon, Svein Bergvik and Hal Sexton
BJP/Freud Museum Conference: Analysing the Oedipus Complex: Why it is Still Central
Introductory Comments from the Chairman  463
Jean Arundale
Oedipus and Psyche  465
Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel
Internal ‘Soul Murder’: An Impediment to Psychic Development  476
Julia Fabricius
Elements of the Oedipus Complex: Building up the Picture  488
Richard Rusbridger
Getting Rid of Oedipus: The Impossible Solution  501
Gigliola Fornari Spoto
Correspondence
Putting the Record Straight  514
Jan Birtle
Conundrums of Gender and ‘Amikam’  515
Lawrence Suss
Appreciation
Joseph Sandler  516
Rosine Jozef Perelberg
Book Reviews
Blind Alleys: Obstacles Along the Road to Intimacy by Gerald Alper. Published by International Scholars Publications, San Francisco, London, Bethesda, 1998; 157 pages; $34.95 hardback, also available in paperback  518
Viveka Nyberg
Freud Under Analysis - Essays in Honour of Paul Roazen edited by Todd DuFresne. Published by Aronson, New Jersey, 1997; 314 pages. £39.95 hardback  519
Meg Errington
Love in a Time of Hate: Liberation Psychology in Latin America by Nancy Caro Hollander. Published by Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1997; 270 pages; £19.95 paperback  521
Marguerite Valentine
On Hallucination, Intuition, and the Becoming of ‘O’ by Eric Rhode. Published by ESF Publishers, Binghamton, New York, 1998; 230 pages; paperback  524
Meg Harris Williams
Cult Fictions: C.G. Jung and the Founding of Analytical Psychology by Sonu Shamdasani. Published by Routledge, London, 1998; 121 pages; £12.99 paperback  525
Dale Mathers
Freely Associated: Encounters in Psychoanalysis with Christopher Bollas, Joyce McDougall, Michael Eigen, Adam Phillips and Nina Coltart edited by Anthony Molino. Published by Free Association Books, London, 1997; 211 pages; £15.95 paperback  528
Barbara Levick
For and Against Psychoanalysis by Stephen Frosh. Published by Routledge, London, 1997; 271 pages; £12.99  529
Jean White
Encounters with Autistic States edited by Theodore Mitrani and Judith L. Mitrani. Published by Aronson, New Jersey, 1997; 414 pages; £39.95 hardback  531
Val Richards
Abstracts from other Journals  534
 
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