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List of Articles

Volume 7 (2017)

Issue 1
Editorial: Pausing for Reflection Amidst Turbulence  vii
Molly Ludlam
“How to Cure Family Disturbance”: Enid Balint and the Creation of Couple Psychoanalysis: Twenty-First Enid Balint Memorial Lecture 2016  1
Brett Kahr
Response to “How to Cure Family Disturbance”: Enid Balint and the Creation of Couple Psychoanalysis: The Twenty-First Enid Balint Memorial Lecture, 2016, given by Professor Brett Kahr; Lily Pincus, Martin Buber, and Projective Identification  26
Viveka Nyberg
The Confinement of Compromise Formations: A Formable Aspect of Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy  32
Robert Waska, Ph.D., LPCC, MFT
When the Couple is not Enough, or When the Couple is Too Much: Exploring the Meaning and Management of Open Relationships  45
Damian McCann, D.Sys.Psych
Echoes of the Serial Murder of the Psyche: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Serial Marriage  59
Hejan Epözdemir, Ph.D.
Clinical Narrative and Discussion
Brief Intervention with a Chinese Couple  81
David E. Scharff, M.D.
Brief Intervention with a Chinese Couple: Commentary  102
Catriona Wrottesley, M.A.
Reply to Catriona Wrottesley's Commentary  113
David E. Scharff, M.D.
Occasional Review
“Discussion: Mothers and fathers of invention: developing new family narratives” by Laura Kleinerman, Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 6: 156-161, 2007.  117
Reviewed by Polly Casey, Ph.D.
Book Review
Karl Abraham: Life and Work, a Biography, by Anna Bentinck van Schoonheten, Karnac, 2016.  123
Reviewed by John Nuttall, Ph.D., M.A., AdDipPsy
Dramatic Criticism
Animal by Clare Lizzimore, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch, World Premiere at Studio Theatre, Washington, DC, 30 September, 2015.  128
Discussed and Reviewed by Jill Savege Scharff, M.D.
Arts Reviews
After Love (L'Economie du Couple), directed and co-written by Joachim Lafosse, produced by Arlette Zylberberg, Philippe Logie, and Antonio Lombardo, 2016.  137
Reviewed by Susan Pacey, M.A.
The Caretaker by Harold Pinter, directed by Matthew Warchus at the Old Vic, London, April, 2016  139
Reviewed by Steve Isaacs, M.B., B Chir, MRCP, MRCPsych
Notes on Contributors  142
Dr Charles C Enfield (1927-2016)  145
An Appreciation by Timothy Keogh, Ph.D.
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