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Volume 7 (2012)

Issue 1
A Ship Made of Paper: From Dissociation to Engagement to Empathy  1
Christine C. Kieffer, Ph.D.
A Forward Edge Ship in an Intersubjective Sea: Discussion of Kieffer's “A Ship Made of Paper”  18
Amy Joelson, L.C.S.W.
The Art of Regulation: Therapeutic Action in the Shared Implicit Relationship  29
Nancy VanDerHeide, Psy.D.
Figures of Understanding: The Process of Image Subjectification  45
Maurizio Pinato, Ph.D. and Anna Moia, Ph.D.
The Poet and the Intellect: Partners in the Understanding of Complexity in Motion: Discussion of “Figures of Understanding the Process of Image Subjectification” by Maurizio Pinato and Anna Moia  69
Maxwell Sucharov, M.D.
A Cooperation Laying Out New Pathways  82
Maurizio Pinato, Ph.D. and Anna Moia, Ph.D.
A Relational Intersubjective Approach to Conjoint Treatment  85
Philip A. Ringstrom, Psy.D.
Supervision With Marian Tolpin: The Total Transference  112
Thetis R. Cromie, Ph.D.
Personal Reflections
The Wounded Healer: Can We Do Better Than Survive as Therapist?  131
Annette Richard, M.Ps.
Poetry
Grizzly Man  139
Marilyn DuHamel, L.C.S.W.
Book Review
Unity Is Plural 1—A Review of “Persons in Context: The Challenge of Individuality in Theory and Practice” Edited by Roger Frie and William J. Coburn  141
Lorraine B. Cates, Ph.D.
Brief Communications
An Unacknowledged Schism  151
Henry J. Friedman, M.D.
Somebody on My Bond  155
Lester Lenoff, L.C.S.W.
Issue 2 - Cultural Transformations of Self Psychology in Theory and Practice
Acknowledgments  159
Marcia D.-S. Dobson, Ph.D. and Amy Eldridge, Ph.D.
Introduction  160
Marcia D.-S. Dobson, Ph.D. and Amy Eldridge, Ph.D.
Part I: The Self and the Other
Self Psychology and the Problem of the Other  165
John H. Riker, Ph.D.
Homesickness, Exile, and the Self-Psychological Language of Homecoming  180
Doris Brothers, Ph.D. and Jane Lewis, L.M.S.W.
The Broken Mirror: Difference and Shame in South African Psychotherapy  196
Sally Swartz, M.Sc.
Part II: Voices From Turkey: The Universal Music of Psychic Interaction
An Adolescent Journey: Filling the Void With Sound  213
F. Göver Kazancioğlu, M.A.
Filling an Emotional Developmental Void With the Aid of Attuned Selfobject Responsiveness: A Discussion of F. Göver Kazancıoğlu's “An Adolescent Journey: Filling the Void With Sound”  231
Eldad Iddan, M.A.
Music as a Tool to Mentalization: A Discussion of F. Göver Kazancioğlu's “An Adolescent Journey: Filling the Void With Sound”  239
Yavuz Erten, M.A.
Response to Discussions by Eldad Iddan and Yavuz Erten  245
F. Göver Kazancioğlu, M.A.
When the Shadow of a Turkish Hero Falls Upon a Child  249
R. Neslihan Ruganci, Ph.D.
Part III: Voices From Israel: Self Psychology: A Transient Paradigm or an Infinite Potentiality
Between Emergence and Dissolving: Contemporary Reflections on Greatness and Ideals in Kohut's Legacy  264
Raanan Kulka, M.A.
Part III: Voices From Israel: Self Psychology: A Transient Paradigm or an Infinite Potentiality?
Standing at the Window: Discussion of Raanan Kulka's “Between Emergence and Dissolving: Contemporary Reflections on Greatness and Ideals in Kohut's Legacy”  286
Donna M. Orange, Psy.D.
“Open Close Open”: Discussion of Raanan Kulka's “Between Emergence and Dissolving: Contemporary Reflections on Greatness and Ideals in Kohut's Legacy”  297
Shlomit Haber-Mosheiov, M.A.
To Be an Upstander, Not a Bystander: Ethical Openness in Psychoanalysis: A Response to Discussions by Donna M. Orange and Shlomit Haber-Mosheiov  307
Raanan Kulka, M.A.
Revealing and Hiding, Life and Death, Finitude and Infinity: Transformation of Selfhood in Coping With the Trauma of Loss  317
Arie Green, M.S.W.
Issue 3
Revisiting Twinship
The Many Faces of Twinship: From the Psychology of the Self to the Psychology of Being Human  331
Koichi Togashi, L.P. and Amanda Kottler, M.A. (Clin. Psych.)
Mutual Finding of Oneself and Not-Oneself in the Other as a Twinship Experience  352
Koichi Togashi, L.P.
Can You Hear Me Now? Twinship Failure and Chronic Loneliness  369
Nancy VanDerHeide, Psy.D.
Trauma, Gender, and the Dark Side of Twinship  391
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Twinship—An Appreciative Discussion  406
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
On Transforming the Reparative Quest  414
Peter Kaufmann, Ph.D.
Poetry
Pleasure and Beyond  436
Edward McCrorie, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
A Review of Michael Silverstein's “Disorders of the Self: A Personality-Guided Approach”  438
Jeffrey Stern, Ph.D.
A Review of Donna Orange's “The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice”  443
Judith Pickles, Psy.D.
Afterwords and Thanks  451
Donna M. Orange, Psy.D.
Brief Communication
A Lacanian Suggestion to Contemporary Psychoanalysis Regarding the Talking Cure  458
John Wayne, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Miscellaneous
Editorial Board  i
 
Acknowledgements and Gratitude  463
Roger Frie, R. Psych.
Shifting Relational States, Activators, and the Variable Unconscious: Towards a New Psychoanalytic Theory of Awareness  466
Bruce Herzog, M.D.
Discussion of Bruce Herzog's “Shifting Relational States, Activators, and the Variable Unconscious: Towards a New Psychoanalytic Theory of Awareness”  487
Sally Howard, Psy.D.
Response to Sally Howard  495
Bruce Herzog, M.D.
The Case of Emily: Analyst Dissociation From a Systems Perspective  508
Joye Weisel-Barth, Psy.D.
Discussion of Joye Weisel-Barth's “Case of Emily”  519
Kati Breckenridge, Ph.D.
Accounting for Agency in a Connectionist World: A Response to Kati Breckenridge  526
Joye Weisel-Barth, Psy.D.
Personal Reflections
The Survivor-Analyst as Analysand: An Autobiographical Account of an Analytic Treatment of Complex Trauma  533
Johanna M. Tiemann, Ph.D.
Poetry
Asymptote  559
David Shaddock, M.F.T.
Book Reviews
Review of Frank M. Staemmler's “Empathy in Psychotherapy: How Therapists and Clients Understand Each Other”  561
Donna M. Orange, Psy.D.
Review of Joseph Dodds' “Psychoanalysis and Ecology at the Edge of Chaos”  565
Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D.
Brief Communications
Deconstructing “The Self” of Self Psychology  573
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D. and George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
By Any Other Name?  577
Judith Guss Teicholz, Ed.D.
A Rose Is a Rose Is a Rose  581
Martin Gossmann, M.D.
Legacy and Future—A Living Link  584
Raanan Kulka, M.A.
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