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List of Articles


Volume 12 (2006)

Issue 1
From the Editor  1
Alan Kubler, Ph.D.
President's Report  4
Beth Steinberg, Ph.D.
The Woman Who Hurt Too Much to Talk: Unconventional Psychoanalytic Therapy with a Deeply Schizoid Woman  9
Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D.
Poetry as a form of Notetaking  26
Gene Alexander, MFT
“Home is Where One Starts From”: An Analysis of a Homeless Child  42
Ann G. Smolen, MSS, LCSW
Conversations with Clinicians: The Geography of Trauma  62
Françoise Davoine, Ph.D., Jean-Max Gaudillière, Ph.D., Ruth Stein, Ph.D. and In Conversation with Karen Peoples, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Frozen Dreams: Psychodynamic Dimensions of Infertility and Assisted Reproduction edited by Allison Rosen & Jay Rosen Hillsdale, New Jersey: The Analytic Press, 2005; 292 pp.  82
Maureen Murphy, Ph.D.
Siblings: Sex and Violence by Juliet Mitchell Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2003; 252 pp.  84
Andrea Cousins, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Mommies, Daddies, Donors, Surrogates: Answering Tough Questions and Building Strong Families by Diane Ehrensaft Ph.D. New York: Guilford, 2005 303 pp.  88
Arlene Kramer Richards, ED.D.
Disappearing and Reviving: Sandor Ferenczi in the History of Psychoanalysis by Andre Haynal M.D. London: H. Karnac Books, 2002; 151 pp.  92
Laurie Case, Ph.D.
Working Below the Surface: The Emotional Life of Contemporary Organizations In The Tavistock Clinic Series. London: Karnac, 2004; 245 pp. edited by C. Huffington, D. Armstrong, W. Halton, L. Hoyle, & J. Pooley  97
Kenneth Eisold, Ph.D.
Handing Over: Developing Consistency Across Shifts in Residential and Health Settings by Barry Mason In the Systemic Thinking and Practice Series edited by D. Campbell and R. Draper London: Karnac Books, 1991; 81 pp.  102
Amy Bandera, Psy.D.
Film Review
Ricordati di me [Remember Me, My Love] directed by Gabrielle Muccino Roadside Attractions, 2004; 124 minutes  107
Patricia Marra, MFT
Issue 2
From the Editor  1
Alan Kubler, Ph.D.
President's Report  4
Beth Steinberg, Ph.D.
In and Out of the Frame: Moving between Fantasy and Reality in Movies and Psychoanalysis  8
Lee Grossman, M.D.
Listening to Music, Listening to Patients: Aesthetic Experience in Analytic Practice  18
Henry Markman, M.D.
The Melody Haunts My Reverie  30
Daniel Benveniste, Ph.D.
From Infant to Child: The Sibling Trauma, the Rite de Passage, and the Construction of the “Other” in the Social Group  35
Juliet Mitchell
A Skin for the Imaginal  50
Brian Feldman, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Impossible Training: A Relational View of Psychoanalytic Education By Emanuel Berman, Hillsdale, N. J. and London: The Analytic Press, 2004; 279 pp.  79
Charles P. Fisher, M.D.
Giving an Account of Oneself By Judith Butler, New York: Fordham University Press, 2005; 149 pp.  88
Eric Essman, M.A.
Building a Home Within — Meeting the Emotional Needs of Children and Youth in Foster Care 1st Edition edited by Toni Vaughn Heineman and Diane Ehrensaft Baltimore, Maryland: Paul H. Brooks, 2006; 245 pp.  94
Leslie Ironside, Ph.D.
The Psychosomatic Paradox by Claude Smadja Psychoanalytic Studies United Kingdom: Free Association, 2005; 233 pp.  98
Maureen Kurpinsky, Ph.D.
Working with Parents Makes Therapy Work by Kerry Kelly Novick & Jack Novick New York: Jason Aronson, 2005; 196 pp.  103
Mary Brady, Ph.D.
Committee Reports
NCSPP Treasurer's Report 2006  108
Melissa Holub, Ph.D.
Program Committee  111
Anca M. Ivan, Psy.D.
San Francisco/East Bay Education Committee  113
Erica Wandner, Ph.D. and Abigail Levinson Marks, Ph.D.
Peninsula/South Bay Education Committee  115
MJ Myatt, LCSW
Intensive Study Group (ISG) Committee  117
Nancy Drooker, Ph.D.
Interdisciplinary Education Committee (IEC)  119
Eric Essman, M.A.
Membership/IMPULSE Committee  120
Cleopatra Victoria, MFT
Associate Member Committee  121
Caroline Date, M.A.
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