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Volume 13 (2018)

Issue 1 - Critical Clinical Moments in the Treatment Process with Commentaries
Introduction
Critical Clinical Moments in the Treatment Process With Commentaries  1
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.D., Psy.D
Articles
The Analyst’s Affect: The Way Back from Gridlock, Blindspots, and Loss of Vitality  6
Heather Ferguson, LCSW
Lily’s Lament  13
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Grief and Rejuvenation: A Mutual Journey  17
Maria L. Slowiaczek, Ph.D.
The Analyst’s Affect in the Therapeutic Relationship  23
Judy Guss Teicholz
Words, Images, Dreams and Metaphors: The Analyst’s Embodied Imagination in the Service of Therapeutic Engagement  29
Elizabeth Seward, M.S, M.D.
Between Classic Interpretation and Analytic Presence: Discussion of Elizabeth Seward’s Paper  37
Gabriela Mann, Ph.D.
Relatedness, the Ethic of Tenderness, and the Psychoanalytic Cultural Divide  44
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.DPsy.D.
Psychoanalysis and Its Own “Confusion of Tongues”: Toward a Language of Inclusion  51
Hilary Maddux, LCSW
Brian, Psychosis, and the Language of Love  58
Suzi Naiburg, Ph.D., LICSW
Dolph and Gus: The War of the World: Safety in the Analytic Play Space and the Intrusions of Terror  65
James Herzog
Discussion of Dr. James Herzog’s Case: Dolph and Gus  73
Richard A. Geist, ED.D.
Sex and Subjectivity, and Self Psychology: Discussion of Herzog’s Dolph and Gus  79
Janna Horowitz Sandmeyer, Ph.D.
A Conversation With the Boston Change Group on Enactments  85
Daniel Goldin, MFT Psy.D.
Discussion of Daniel Goldin’s Paper on Enactments  95
Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
Issue 2
Heinz Kohut Memorial Lecture
Kohut’s Reluctance to Pathologize: Replacing Objective Authority With Innovative Compassion  99
Bruce Herzog, M.D., F.R.C.P. (C)
Integrating Contemplative Practice and Embodied Awareness in the Treatment of Dissociative Anxiety  119
Shoshana Ringel, Ph.D.
Yearning for Godot: Repetition and Vulnerability in Psychoanalysis  132
Darren Haber, M.F.T., Psy.D.
From Repetition to Renewal: Fear and Longing in the Psychoanalytic Relationship  149
George Hagman, L.C.S.W., and Susanne Weil, L.C.S.W.
Self Psychology and the Concept of the Nuclear Self: A Dynamic Systems Perspective  160
Jeffrey L. Trop, M.D. and Gabriel Trop, Ph.D.
Sexualization in the Work of Heinz Kohut  171
Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D., David Strug, Ph.D., Konstantine Pinteris, L.C.S.W. and Kathleen Kelley, D.Min.
Book Reviews
History and Memory as Ethical Practice: A Review Essay of Not in My Family: German Memory and Responsibility After the Holocaust by Roger Frie  186
Lynne Jacobs, Ph.D.
Reviews of Psychoanalytic Collisions and Holding and Psychoanalysis: A Relational Perspective by Joyce Slochower  193
Rochelle Reno, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Issue 3
Original Articles
MEETING OUR PATIENTS HALFWAY: TOWARD AN ETHIC OF CARE IN PSYCHOANALYSIS  205
Hilary Maddux, L.C.S.W.
THE ETHICS OF LISTENING IN PSYCHOANALYTIC CONVERSATIONS  220
Elizabeth A. Corpt, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W.
Discussion
EXPANDING ETHICS IN PSYCHOANALYSIS: A DISCUSSION OF HILARY MADDUX’S “MEETING OUR PATIENTS HALFWAY: TOWARD AN ETHIC OF CARE IN PSYCHOANALYSIS” AND ELIZABETH CORPT’S “THE ETHICS OF LISTENING IN PSYCHOANALYTIC CONVERSATIONS”  229
Carol B. Levin, M.D.
THE RESTORATION OF THE SELFOBJECT  246
Barry Magid, M.D. and ESTELLE SHANE, Ph.D.
SILENCING OF SADNESS: FINDING THE STORY IN THE BODY  259
LORRAINE B. CATES, Ph.D.
A THERAPIST’S FALLIBILISM AND THE HERMENEUTICS OF TRUST  272
JOSHUA R. BURG, Psy.D.
Bounded Openness: A Secure Base for Expansion and Creativity  288
Denise R. Davis, L.C.S.W.
STEVEN STERN: NEEDED RELATIONSHIPS AND PSYCHOANALYTIC HEALING  299
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Issue 4 - Psychoanalysis Confronts the Political
Introduction
Psychoanalysis Confronts the Political: Editors’ Introduction  307
Roger Frie, Ph.D., Psy.D., R.Psych., and Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Original Article
The Earthquake That Is the Hoffman Report on Torture: Toward a Re-Moralization of Psychology  311
Philip Cushman, Ph.D.
Discussion
You Have The Right To Remain Silent, Or Do You Have The Obligation To Speak?  335
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Discussion of Philip Cushman’s “Hoffman Report as Earthquake”: Hopes and Challenges on the Path to Psychology’s Re-Moralization  342
Steven Botticelli, Ph.D.
It is Time for Psychologists to Face the Truth: Commentary on Philip Cushman’s “The Earthquake That is the Hoffman Report on Torture”  350
Stephen Soldz, Ph.D.
Torture and the Problem of the Bystander: Commentary on Philip Cushman’s “The Earthquake That Is the Hoffman Report on Torture: Toward a Re-Moralization of Psychology”  368
Nancy Caro Hollander, Ph.D.
Response to Orange, Botticelli, Soldz, and Hollander  378
PHILIP CUSHMAN, Ph.D.
Caught in the Crossfire: Political Intersections, Collisions, and Confrontations  389
Karen E. Starr, Psy.D.
Hidden Injuries: Stories of Social Class, Politics, and the Face of the Other  398
Lane Gerber, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
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