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List of Articles

Volume 18 (2001, 2002, 2004)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Jean Arundale
Esther Bick: Pioneering Analyst
The Petrified Self: Esther Bick and Her Membership Paper  3
Roger Willoughby
Anxieties Underlying Phobia of Sexual Intercourse in a Woman  7
Esther Bick
Clinical Papers
Regression, Dependency and the Evolution of the Self  22
Marguerite Valentine
Understanding the Trauma of Racial Violence in a Black Patient  34
Narendra Keval
Use of Farewell Letters in the Context of Brief Psychodynamic-Interpersonal Therapy with Irritable Bowel Syndrome Patients  52
Stephanie Howlett and Else Guthrie
Borderline Personality Disorder
The Edinburgh Project: A Pilot Study for the Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Borderline and other Severe Personality Disorders  68
Alison Cookson, Jonathan Espie and Kathleen Yates
Holding and Treating Severe Disturbance in the NHS: The Containment of Borderline Personality Disorders in a Therapeutic Environment  89
Jean White, Denise Berry, Joy Dalton, Geoff Napthine, Bill Prendeville and Judith Roberts
Stephen A. Mitchell 23 July 1946-21 December 2000  106
Bernice Laschinger and Kate White
Clinical Commentary
Clinical Commentary XXIX  110
Sue Robinson
Clinical Material  110
Simona Panetta Crean
Commentary from a Kleinian Perspective  123
Mannie Sher
Commentary by a Tavistock-Trained Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist  125
Graham Shulman
Book Reviews
Imprisoned Pain and Its Transformation edited by Joan Symington. Published by Karnac Books, London and New York, 2000; 244 pages.  131
Herbert Hahn
Relating in Psychotherapy: The Application of a New Theory by John Birtchnell. Published by Praeger, London, 1999; xiii & 269 pages £D49.95 hardback.  134
Dale Mathers
Psychoanalysis and Culture: A Kleinian Perspective edited by David Bell. Published by Duckworth, London, 1999; 226 pages; £D14.95 paperback.  137
Kate Springford and George Craig
Object Relations in Severe Trauma: Psychotherapy of the Sexually Abused Child by Stephen Prior. Published by Jason Aronson, Northvale, New Jersey and London, 1996; 189 pages.  139
Judith Issroff
The ‘Real’ Therapist  142
Hysteria  143
Responsibility and Redress  144
Abstracts from other Journals  148
Issue 2
Editorial  167
Jean Arundale
Brief Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: The Impact of its Fundamentals on the Therapeutic Process  169
Ilana Laor
The Concept of the Death Instinct
Mapping a Detour: Why did Freud Speak of a Death Drive?  185
David M. Black
Commentary on David Black: Beyond the Death Drive Detour - How Can We Deepen Our Understanding of Cruelty, Malice, Hatred, Envy and Violence?  199
Joseph Schwartz, Ph.D.
On the Nature of Hope in Psychoanalysis and Group Analysis  205
Earl Hopper, Ph.D.
The Emergence of Hope through the Experience of Being Known: Finding One's True Self in the Group  227
Diana Menzies
The Legacy of Charles Rycroft
Introduction: Glimpses of a Life  239
Jenny Rycroft
The Development of Charles Rycroft's Thought  245
Margaret Arden
Charles Rycroft's Contribution to Contemporary Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  257
Jeremy Holmes
Charles Rycroft and the Theme of Ablation  269
Paul Roazen
Insiders and Outsiders  279
Susan Budd
Book Reviews
An Interrupted Life: The Diaries and Letters of Etty Hillesum 1941-43 by Etty Hillesum, with a preface by Eva Hoffman and introduction by Jan G. Gaarlandt; translated from the Dutch by Arnold J. Pomerans. Persephone Book No. 5. Published by Persephone Books, London, 1999; 430 pages; £10.00.  291
Jennifer Silverstone
Mental Slavery: Psychoanalytic Studies of Caribbean People, by Barbara Fletchman Smith. Published by Rebus Press, London, 2000; 166 pages; £12.99 paperback.  296
Pauline Henderson Dalal
The Psychology of Female Violence: Crimes Against the Body by Anna Motz. Published by Brunner-Routledge, East Sussex, 2001, 229 pages; £15.99 paperback.  298
Tessa Adams
Psychosis: Psychological Approaches and their Effectiveness edited by Brian Martindale, Anthony Bateman, Michael Crowe and Frank Margison. Published by Gaskell, The Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, 2000; 306 pages; £25.00 paperback.  301
Richard Lucas
The Uninvited Guest: Emerging from Narcissism towards Marriage by James Fisher. Published by Karnac Books, London, 1999; 299 pages; £26.95.  304
Helen Taylor Robinson
Abstracts from other Journals  309
Issue 3
Editorial  319
Jean Arundale
Psychotherapy and Religion
Introduction to ‘God and the Unconscious’  321
David M. Black
Self Images and God Images  325
Christopher MacKenna
God and the Unconscious  339
Rodney Bomford
‘It is Torah and I Have to Learn’: Talking Turkey about the Body  349
Howard Cooper
September 11th 2001: Some Thoughts on Racism and Religious Prejudice as an Obstacle  361
Fakhry Davids
Celtic Myth and Psychoanalysis
Madness in Ancient Ireland  367
Brendan Mcmahon
‘In My End is My Beginning’: T.S. Eliot'S The Waste Land and after  381
Paul Schimmel
Personal Views
Feeling the Ground  401
John Ryder
‘Whose Handicap?’ Psychotherapy with People with Learning Disabilities  409
Mark Linington
Book Reviews
Clinical Studies in Neuro-Psychoanalysis: Introduction to A Depth Neuropsychology by Karen Kaplan-Solms and Mark Solms, with A Foreword by Arnold Z. Pfeffer. Published by Karnac Books, London, 2000; 308 Pages; £19.95 Paperback.  415
Joseph Schwartz
Sexuality: Psychoanalytic Perspectives Edited by Celia Harding. Published by Brunner-Routledge, Hove, 2001; 201 Pages; £40.00 Hardback, £15.99 Paperback.  418
James Taylor
Psychoanalysis at Its Limits: Navigating the Postmodern Turn edited by Anthony Elliott and Charles Spezzano. Published by Free Association Books, London, 1999; 306 Pages; £40.00 Hardback, £16.95 Paperback.  422
James Taylor
Arts Reviews
Chagall  426
John Birtchnell
Psychoanalysis and Its (Mis)representations in Films: From Pabst, Hitchcock and Huston to Brody's Nineteen Nineteen.  433
Andrea Sabbadini
Transformation into Flight: Ted Hughes's Tales from Ovid (Directed by Tim Supple and Simon Reade)  439
Marietta Marcus
Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture by Apostolos Doxiadis. Published by Faber and Faber, London, 2000; 209 pages; £9.99 paperback.  442
Joseph Schwartz
Abstracts from other Journals  444
Issue 4
Editorial  455
Jean Arundale
Therapy as Memory-Work: Dilemmas of Discovery, Recovery and Construction  457
Erica Burman
Free Association and the Unconscious; Un-Free Associatons: Introductory Remarks  471
Paul Williams
On Free Association and Psychic Reality  477
Catalina Bronstein
The Open Mind and Some of its Anxieties  491
Caroline Garland
Pseudo-Free Association: The Sophisticated Analytic Patient and ‘As-If’ Relating  509
Chris Mawson
Personal View
The Individuation of the Therapist: Awareness and Authority beyond Training  523
Sherly Williams
Book and Arts Reviews
F***ing, Failing and Finding Out (Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee, Secker & Warburg, London, 1999)  537
Herb Hahn
Into the Woods: Beyond the Frame  543
Marilyn Mathew
Plundering the Dead: Anatomy Artist, Gunther von Hagens, Exhibits his ‘Plastinates’ (Berlin, February-September 2001)  551
Tessa Adams
Surrealism: Desire Unbound (Tate Modern, London, 20 September 2001-1 January 2002)  556
John Birtchnell
To Die For: The Myth of Narcissus (directed by Gus van Sant, writer Buck Henry from the book by Joyce Maynard, video, 1996)  563
Elizabeth Reddish
The Concept of the Death Instinct: A Clinical Viewpoint  568
Abstracts from other Journals  571
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