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List of Articles


Volume 13 (2004)

Issue 1/2
Editorial  1
Franco Borgogno
Why Ferenczi Today? The Contribution of Sándor Ferenczi to the Understanding and Healing of Psychic Suffering  5
Franco Borgogno
The Clinical Revolution of the ‘Wise Baby’  14
André Haynal
Splitting, Fragmenting, and Mental Agony: the Clinical Thinking of Sándor Ferenczi  20
Thierry Bokanowski
The Significance of Ferenczi's Clinical Contributions for Working with Psychotic Patients  26
Ernst Falzeder
Interpretation: Signals from the Analytic Field and Emotional Transformations  31
Antonino Ferro
Trauma and Healing: from ‘Furor Sanandi’ to ‘Animus Sanandi’  39
José Jiménez-Avello, Ph.D.C
Trauma and the Symbolic Function of the Mind  45
Carlo Bonomi, M.D.
Traumatic Social Violence: Challenging our Unconscious Adaptation: An Urgent Psychoanalytical Concern  51
Silvia Amati Sas
The Unwelcome Child and His Dreams: Reconceptualization of Dreaming in Trauma  60
Pedro J. Boschan
‘To Return, to Eat, to Tell the Story’: Primo Levi's Lessons on Living and Dying in the Aftermath of Trauma  66
Nancy A. Smith
The Child's Sense of Existence and the Fatal Attraction of Identification  71
Dina Vallino and Marco Macciò
Identification with the Aggressor and the ‘Normal Traumas’: Clinical Implications  78
Jay Frankel
Skeletons in the Closet  84
Josette Garon
Ferenczi: His Position in the Realm of Psychiatry  93
Jorge E. García Badaracco
Psychoanalysis is a Two-Way Street  105
Judit Mészáros, Ph.D.
Dialogue of Unconsciouses: Conversations We Have Without Our Knowledge  114
Susan N. Thau, Ph.D.
The Ferenczi Cult: Its Historical and Political Roots  121
Ferenc Erös
Issue 3
Editorial  129
Christer Sjödin
Reclaiming Bowlby's Contribution to Psychoanalysis  133
Mauricio Cortina and Mario Marrone
Implications of Attachment Theory for Working in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  147
Tirril Harris
Hidden Meaning of an Early Loss: The Common Ground of Attachment and Social Character Assessments and Their Clinical Applications  157
Sonia Gojman de Millán and Salvador Millán
Painting the Vortex: The Existential Structure of the Experience of Parenting a Child with Autism  164
Andrew Cashin
“Playful” Therapy: Working with Autism and Trauma  175
Paul Barrows
Parenthood and Parental Functions as a Result of the Experience of Parallel Psychotherapy with Children and Parents  187
Barbara Piovano
Devreese D. L'acte manqué paranoïaque Le dé lire de Schreber, entre les quatre discours universitaires et dans l'histoire allemande de Luther á Bismarck. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2003.  201
Zvi Lothane
Issue 4
Editorial: Identity in Change  209
Michael Ermann
Psychoanalysts without a Specific Professional Identity: A Utopian Dream?  213
Helmut Thomä
Identity and Relational Psychoanalysis  237
Michele Minolli, Ph.D.
Identity and Self: Historical Antecedents and Developmental Precursors  246
Frank M. Lachmann
Identity in the Asphalt Jungle. A Study of Mexican Youngsters Who Work in the Streets  254
Sonia Gojman de Millán, Ph.D. and Salvador Millán
The Power of Identity and the End of Patriarchy: Reflections on Manuel Castells’ Book on the Network Society  264
Christer Sjödin, M.D.
On Medial Identity  275
Michael Ermann, Prof. Dr.
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