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Volume 17 (2000, 2001)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Jean Arundale
Transformational, Conservative and Terminal Objects: The Application of Bollas's Concepts to Practice  3
Gabriela Mann
Modes of Therapeutic Relationship in Kleinian Psychotherapy  17
John Nuttall
Aspects of Narcissism in a Once-Weekly Psychotherapy  37
Dick Agass
Special Clinical Commentary
Clinical Commentary XXVII: BBC Programme - The Talking Cure  51
Joseph Schwartz
Commentary by an Object Relational Psychotherapist  51
Susie Orbach
Commentary by a Kleinian Therapist  54
R.D. Hinshelwood
Commentary by a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist  57
Jean Arundale
Professional Issues: Future Choices for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  62
Jennifer Johns
Psychoanalytic Applications: ‘It is Myself That I Remake’: W.B. Yeats's Self Construction in Life and Poetry  71
Paul Schimmel
From fear of Intimacy to Perversion: A Clinical Analysis of the Film Sex, Lies and Videotape  85
Mary Morgan and Judith Freedman
Group Therapy: Group-Analytic Psychotherapy with the Elderly  94
Maria Canete, Fiona Stormont and Arturo Ezquerro
Book Reviews
Female Experience: Three Generations of British Women Psychoanalysts on Work with Women edited by Joan Raphael-Leff and Rosine Jozef Perelberg. Published by Routledge, London and New York, 1997; 295 pages; £17.99 paperback  106
Elizabeth Wright
Psychoanalytic Criticism: A Reappraisal (2nd edition) by Elizabeth Wright. Published by Polity Press, Cambridge, 1998, in association with Blackwell Publishers, Oxford; 220 pages; £45 hardback, £13.99 paperback  109
Tessa Adams
Fragments by Binjamin Wilkomirski. Published by Macmillan/Picador, London, 1996; 155 pages, £5.99 paperback  112
Jennifer Silverstone
Sisters: An Anthology edited by Penelope Farmer. Published by Allen Lane/The Penguin Press, London, 1999; 454 pages; £20.00 hardback  121
Kate White
The Impossibility of Sex by Susie Orbach. Published by Penguin Books, London, 1999; 216 pages; £17.99 hardback  123
James Taylor
Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Dysthymic Disorder by J.C. Markowitz. Published by the American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC and London, 1988; 182 pages  125
G. Ikkos
Correspondence  128
Abstracts from other Journals  131
Issue 2
Editorial  145
Jean Arundale
Integration in Psychotherapy: An Evolving Reality in Personality Disorder  147
Anthony W Bateman
Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis: A Rapprochement  157
Jeremy Holmes
Review Essay: ‘A Beginner's Guide to the Brain’
Ten Lectures on the Neurology of Mental Life by Mark Solms at the Anna Freud Centre  173
Joseph Schwartz
Lincoln Centre Conference: ‘Beckett/Bion: The Emergence of Meaning’
Prescript  180
Helen Taylor Robinson
‘The Bespoke Universe’: Shakespeare, Freud and Beckett, Tailors and Outfitters  181
Helen Taylor Robinson
Bion and Beckett Together  192
David Mayers
Talking to Himself Being Together  203
George Craig
Arbours Crisis Centre: 25th Anniversary
Introduction to the Celebration  217
Joseph Berke
Small is Beautiful  217
Maggie Fagan
Containing Anxiety at the Crisis Centre  221
Cath Sunderland
‘The Relationship Place’  227
Lois Elliott
Response  230
R.D. Hinshelwood
Clinical Commentary
Clinical Commentary XXVIII  233
Sue Robinson
Clinical Material: Brian  233
Commentary by a UKCP-Registered Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist  238
Laurie Slade
Commentary by a Jungian Analyst  241
Biddy Arnott
Commentary by a Psychoanalytical Phenomenological Psychotherapist  243
Mary Lynne Ellis
Response to Jackie Gerrard  246
Warren Colman
Response to Jeremy Holmes  248
Isobel Hunter-Brown
Book Reviews
Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: The Model and the Method by Anthony Ryle. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 1997; 187 pages; £34.95 hardback, £16.99 paperback.  250
Lawrence Welch
Figures of Lightness: Anorexia, Bulimia and Psychoanalysis by Gabriella Ripa di Meana. Published by Jessica Kingsley, London, 1999 (translated from the original Italian: Figure della leggerezza. Anoressia, Bulimia, Psicanalisi, Astrolabio, Roma, 1995); 270 pages; £18.95.  252
Andrea Sabbadini
Jungian Thought in the Modern World edited by Elphis Christopher and Hester McFarland Solomon. Published by Free Association Books, London, New York, 2000; 277 pages; £16.95.  256
Karen Stobart
Group Psychotherapy of the Psychoses: Concepts, Interventions and Contexts edited by Victor L. Schermer and Malcolm Pines. Published by Jessica Kingsley, London and Philadelphia, 1999, No. 2 in the International Library of Group Analysis; 430 pages; £47. 50 hardback, £19.95 paperback.  258
Brian Martindale
‘Spilt Milk’: Perinatal Loss and Breakdown edited by Joan Raphael-Leff. Published by the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London, 2000; 100 pages; £8.99 paperback.  261
Francesca Raphael
Psychoanalysis and Culture at the Millennium edited by Nancy Ginsberg and Roy Ginsberg. Published by Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 1999; 394 pages; £28.00 hardback.  262
John Clare
Love in a Time of Loneliness by Paul Verhaeghe. Published by Rebus Press, London, 1999; 206 pages.  265
Yvette Wiener
Toxic Nourishment by Michael Eigen. Published by Karnac Books, London, 1999; 232 pages.  267
Victoria Davenport
The Mystery of Things by Christopher Bollas. Published by Routledge, London, 1999; 195 pages; £17.99 paperback.  269
Ruth Berkowitz
The Talking Cure  272
Don Feasey
The Talking Cure  272
Don Feasey
The Talking Cure  273
N. O.T. Temple
The Arts Therapies Research Library  274
Phil Jones and Daphne Milioni
Abstracts from other Journals  275
Issue 3
Editorial  297
Jean Arundale
Minds in the Making: Attachment, the Self-Organizing Brain, and Developmentally-Oriented Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  299
Allan N. Schore
Clinical Papers
The Myth of Self-Creation  329
Sue Gerhardt
On Not Being Able to Know Others' Minds: The Debate on Recovered Memories of Abuse from a Relational Perspective  344
Ilan Diamant
The Language of Psychoanalysis
Metaphor: The Impossible Translation?  353
Terri Eynon
The Inner World and Symbol Formation: Some Developmental Aspects  365
Giovanna Rita Di Ceglie
What Remains of Oedipus? Part Objects beyond the Pleasure Principle  372
Guy Undrill
Psychotherapy Professionalization: The Postgraduate Dimension and the Legitimacy of Statutory Regulation  382
Richard House
Update: Statutory Registration Meetings at the House of Lords  391
Ann Casement
Psychotherapy in Russia
Individuation as the Adaptive Response to Mental Pain  395
Nina Vasilyeva
Book Reviews
Mad Men and Medusa: Reclaiming Hysteria and the Effects of Sibling Relations on the Human Condition by Juliet Mitchell. Published by Allen Lane, Penguin Press, London, 2000; 381 pages; £20.00.  400
Prophecy Coles
Counselling Students: A Psychodynamic Perspective by Ravi Rana. Published by Macmillan Press, Basingstoke and London, 2000; 188 pages; £12.99.  403
Liz Omand
The Future of Psychoanalysis edited by Johannes Cremerius. Published by Open Gate Press, London, 1999; 153 pages; £12.99.  405
Yvette Wiener
The Dove That Returns, the Dove That Vanishes: Paradox and Creativity in Psychoanalysis by Michael Parsons. Published by Routledge, London, 2000; 226 pages.  408
Michael Eigen
Hysteria by Christopher Bollas. Published by Routledge, London, 2000; 179 pages; £16. 99 paperback.  410
Ruth Berkowitz
Psychoanalysis and History, Volume 1, Nos. 1 and 2, 1998, edited by Andrea Sabbadini. Published by Artesian Books, London; 291 pages; £18 for two issues.  412
Mary Adams
Abstracts from other Journals  416
Issue 4
Editorial  433
Jean Arundale
Overt and Covert Narcissism: Turning Points and Mutative Elements in Two Psychotherapies  435
Jan Ole RøVik
Transference, Countertransference, Society and Culture: Before and during the First Encounter  465
Antonio Suman and Antonino Brignone
No Sex Couples, Catastrophic Change and the Primal Scene  474
Francis Grier
Uneasy Triangles: A Brief Overview of the History of Homosexuality  489
Anne Zachary
Shame, Disgust, Anger and Revenge: Homosexuality and Countertransference  493
David Jones
Psychoanalysis and Literature
Lear and Prospero: From the Projective to the Introjective Mode  505
Bernardine Bishop
BJP Student Essay Competition 2000
Relating and Dissociating: A Consideration of Two Variables in Emotional Development  518
John Wright
Psychotherapy Training in the NHS
Midwives, Foster-Mothers, Stepmothers? Clinical Psychologists Teaching Junior Doctors Psychotherapy  530
Christina L. Blackwell and Esti Rimmer-Yehudai
Revisiting the Basic Fault: A Reply to Jackie Gerrard  545
Martin Stanton
Response to Martin Stanton  550
Jackie Gerrard
Book Reviews
Remembering Trauma: A Psychotherapist's Guide to Memory and Illusion by Phil Mollon. Published by John Wiley and Sons, London, 1998; 218 pages; £18.99 paperback.  553
John Southgate
Illusion: A Psychodynamic Interpretation of Thinking and Belief by Michael Jacobs. Published by Whurr, London, 2000; 240 pages; £17.50 paperback.  555
Brendan McLoughlin
Jung and the Postmodern: The Interpretation of Realities by Christopher Hauke. Published by Routledge, London, 2000; XVI + 304 pages; £45.00 hardback, £17.99 paperback.  557
Ann Casement
The Making of Them: The British Attitude to Children and the Boarding School System by Nick Duffell. Published by Lone Arrow Press, London, 2000; 318 pages; £20.00.  560
Peter Hildebrand
Freud and the False Memory Syndrome by Phil Mollon. Published by Icon Books, Cambridge, UK, and Totem Books, New York, USA, 2000; 76 pages; £2.99 paperback.Lacan and Postfeminism by Elizabeth Wright. Published by Icon Books, Cambridge, UK, and Totem Books, New York, USA, 2000; 75 pages; £3.99 paperback.Wittgenstein and Psychoanalysis by John M. Heaton. Published by Icon Books, Cambridge, UK, and Totem Books, New York, USA, 2000; 73 pages; £2.99 paperback.  562
Tessa Adams
Foundations for Conceptual Research in Psychoanalysis by Anna Ursula Dreher, translated by Eva Ristl. Monograph No. 4, Monograph Series of the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College London and the Anna Freud Centre, London (series editors: Joseph Sandler and Peter Fonagy). Published by Karnac Books, London and New York, 2000; 208 pages, £19.95 paperback.Clinical and Observational Psychoanalytic Research: Roots of a Controversy edited by Joseph Sandler, Anne-Marie Sandler and Rosemary Davies. Monograph No. 5, Monograph Series of the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College London and the Anna Freud Centre London (series editors: Joseph Sandler and Peter Fonagy). Published by Karnac Books, London and New York, 2000; 162 pages, £16.95 paperback.  565
Victoria Davenport
Abstracts from other Journals  571
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