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Volume 6 (2011)

Issue 1
More Light for a Darker Age: Contextualist Sensibilities in Child and Adolescent Treatment1  1
William J. Coburn, Ph.D. and Psy.D.
The Juvenile Delinquent: Psychopathology or Self-Preservation?  4
Christine D. Powell, Psy.D. and M.S.W.
Finding a Compass in an Urban Storm: Toward the Use of a Self Psychological Perspective in Facilitating an African American Adolescent Self-Expression Group  26
James W. B. Manuel, Psy.D.
Reflections on Mirroring  46
Nancy VanDerHeide, Psy.D. and Psy.D.
Mirroring and What Happens Next  50
Tessa Philips, Ph.D.
Narcissus Revisited: A Link Between Mirroring and Twinship Selfobject Experiences—A Discussion of Nancy VanDerHeide's, “A Dynamic Systems View of the Transformational Process of Mirroring”  58
Sandra G. Hershberg, M.D.
The Two-Way Mirror: Response to Discussions by Hershberg and Philips  67
Nancy VanDerHeide, Psy.D. and Psy.D.
This Better Be Good! Complex Systems and the Dread of Influence  74
Margy Sperry, Psy.D. and M.F.T.
Personal Reflections
A Discussion of Philosophy and Psychotherapy: Part 1—Metaphysics  99
George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
Film Review
Film Review of “Little Miss Sunshine”  113
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D. and Psy.D.
Brief Communications
In the Streets and Out in the World: Being a Psychoanalyst in 2010  124
Mark D. Smaller, Ph.D.
Creativity in Treatment: The Use of Art, Play, and Imagination  127
Nick Ryan, M.A. and M.F.T. and A.TR.-B.C.
Some Thoughts About Termination  130
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.D. and Psy.D.
Erratum  133
 
Issue 2
Editor's Note
Editor's Note  135
William J. Coburn, Psy.D.
Irreducible Cultural Contexts: German–Jewish Experience, Identity, and Trauma in a Bilingual Analysis  136
Roger Frie, R. Psych.
Discussion of Roger Frie: Irreducible Cultural Contexts: German–Jewish Experience, Identity, and Trauma in a Bilingual Analysis  159
Peter Schou, Ph.D.
A Jewish Voice and the Creation of a Tikkun Olam Culture—Discussion of “Irreducible Cultural Contexts: German–Jewish Experience, Identity, and Trauma in a Bilingual Analysis”  172
Maxwell Sucharov, M.D.
Hermeneutics, Culture, and the Legacy of Shame: Response to Schou and Sucharov  178
Roger Frie, R. Psych.
Speaking the Unspeakable: “The Implicit,” Traumatic Living Memory, and the Dialogue of Metaphors  187
Donna M. Orange, Psy.D.
Embodied, “Whole” Conversation: Thoughts Stimulated by Reading “Speaking the Unspeakable: ‘The Implicit,’ Traumatic Living Memory, and the Dialogue of Metaphors,” by Donna M. Orange  207
Lynne Jacobs, Psy.D.
The Art and Craft of Psychoanalytic Practice: A Discussion of Orange's “Speaking the Unspeakable: ‘The Implicit,’ Traumatic Living Memory, and the Dialogue of Metaphors”  214
Elizabeth A. Corpt, M.S.W.
Responding to Unspeakable: Jacobs and Corpt on Embodiment and Metaphor  228
Donna M. Orange, Pys.D.
The Forward Edge, Connectedness, and the Therapeutic Process  235
Richard A. Geist, Ed.D.
Second Hand Rose: Attempting a Difficult Second Analysis as Second-Best Analyst  252
Bruce Herzog, M.D.
Personal Reflections
Philosophy and Psychotherapy Part 2: Ethics—The Question of the Good  269
George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
Poetry
The Psychology of Red  275
Terri Drake, M.F.T.
Book Review
Courting the Edge of Chaos: A Review of “Self-Organizing Complexity in Psychological Systems,” Edited by Craig Piers, John P. Muller, and Joseph Brent  277
Joye Weisel-Barth, Psy.D.
Brief Communications
Toward Greater Authenticity: From Shame to Existential Guilt, Anxiety, and Grief  285
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Kohut's Vision and the Nuclear Program of the Self  289
Frank Summers, Ph.D.
Commentary on Frank Summers's “Kohut's Vision and the Nuclear Program of the Self”  306
Bruce Reis, Ph.D.
Commentary on Frank Summers's “Kohut's Vision and the Nuclear Program of the Self”  315
Marcia D-S. Dobson, Ph.D.
Doing It By Art: Reply to Dobson and Reis  327
Frank Summers, Ph.D.
Situated Experience: Psychological Agency, Meaning, and Morality in Worldly Contexts  340
Roger Frie, R.Psych.
Full of Your Self: How Eating Disorder Symptoms Encode a Relational History  352
Heather Ferguson, L.C.S.W. and Sarah Mendelsohn, L.C.S.W.
The Essence of Therapy: What Is Essential for a Therapeutic Engagement and Psychic Change to Take Place and What Model/Models Explain It Best?  377
James Fisch, M.D.
Personal Reflections
A Discussion of Philosophy and Psychotherapy: Part 3—Epistemology: The Darkness of Unknowing  395
George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
Race, Place, and Self in the Experience of a Bystander  405
Tessa Philips, Ph.D.
Book Review
Review of “New Developments in Self Psychology Practice,” Edited by P. Buirski and A. Kottler  427
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
Brief Communications
Portkeys, Eternal Recurrence, and the Phenomenology of Traumatic Temporality  433
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
The Perversion of Attunement: Fundamentals Gone Awry in the Service of an Ideal  437
Marcia Steinberg, Psy.D.
Issue 4
Editorial Board EOV  i
 
Editorial
Acknowledgement and Gratitude  441
William J. Coburn, Psy.D.
Katherine: A Long, Hard Case  444
Joye Weisel-Barth, Pys.D.
Enigma Variations: Discussion of Joye Weisel-Barth's “Katherine: A Long, Hard Case”  469
Helen Grebow, Psy.D.
Embodying Intersubjective Intimacy: A Discussion of “Katherine: A Long, Hard Case” by Joye Weisel-Barth—Observations and Reflections  481
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
The Therapeutic Action of Analytic Love: Commentary on Joye Weisel-Barth's “Katherine: A Long, Hard Case”  489
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
The Warmth of Recognition: A Thank You Reply to Grebow, Knoblauch, and Stern  505
Joye Weisel-Barth, Psy.D.
Nonverbal Affective Phenomena Revisited  510
Lorraine B. Cates, Ph.D.
The Dissociation of Lived Experience: A Relational Psychoanalytic Analysis of the Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma  531
Bruce Bradfield, M.A.
Personal Reflections
A Discussion of Philosophy and Psychotherapy Part 4—Aesthetics: The Question of the Beautiful  551
George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
Poetry
Behind the Monet and What Do Women Fear?  561
Lee Miriam Whitman-Raymond, M.F.A.
Book Review
Reclaiming One's Being: Brandchaft's Emancipatory Vision—Review of “Toward an Emancipatory Psychoanalysis: Brandchaft's Intersubjective Vision,” by Brandchaft, Doctors and Sorter  563
Margy Sperry, M.F.T.
Brief Communications
Trauma, Transience, and Resilience in Chronic Illness: A Perspective on the Physician–Patient Relationship  572
Salee A. Jenkins, Ph.D.
The Psychoanalyst's Apprentice  578
Carola M. Kaplan, Psy.D.
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