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Volume 15 (2020)

Issue 1
Introduction
In Vienna 2018: Searching for Creativity in Times of Crisis  1
Heather Ferguson, LCSW and Sarah Mendelsohn, LCSW
Facing the Nazi Past: Silence, Memory and Inhabiting Responsibility  5
Roger Frie, Ph.D, Psy.D., R.Psych
Narcissism Post-Nazism  10
Dagmar Herzog, Ph.D.
The Impact of Nazi Germany’s Annexation of Austria on the Psychoanalytic Movement  15
Thomas Aichhorn
Original Articles
History Flows Through Us: Psychoanalysis, Historical Trauma, and the Shaping of Experience  20
Thomas A. Kohut, Ph.D.
The Selfobject Concept: The Heart of Kohut’s Psychology of Health  25
Shelley R. Doctors, Ph.D.
SELF-AGENCY: FREEDOM AND CONTEXT IN PSYCHOANALYSIS  33
George Hagman, LCSW
Discussion
Discussion of George Hagman’s “Self-Agency: Context and Freedom in Psychoanalysis”  40
Jill R. Gardner, Ph.D.
Original Article
The Loneliest Boy on Earth: The Case of Mr. L.  47
Andrea Harms, Ph.D.
Discussions
One is the Loneliest Number: A Developmental Second Chance. Discussion of the Case of Mr. L  52
Heather Ferguson, LCSW
Mr. L and His Therapy Process: A Case Discussion  58
Franz Resch, Prof. Dr. med. univ.
When the Echoes of Red and Blue Turn to Green: Disentangling Alienated Alter-Ego Self Experiences Through a Collaborative and Complex Relational, and Conversational Dance  62
Amanda Kottler, M.A. (Clin. Psych.)
Unvoiced Human Conversation of I-Thou: A Commentary on Kottler’s paper, “When the Echoes of Red and Blue Turn to Green: Disentangling Alienated Alter-Ego Self Experiences Through a Collaborative and Complex Relational, and Conversational Dance”  71
Koichi Togashi, Ph.D., L.P.
A Female Gaze in/on the Female Body in Art and Psychoanalysis: Paula Modersohn-Becker  76
Sandra G. Hershberg, M.D.
Young Kohut and the Ancient Greek Satyr Play  87
Marcia D.-S. Dobson, Ph.D.
Tragic Greek Wisdom and Young Kohut’s Empathic Understanding  94
Susanna Federici, Ph.D.
Standing Against Silence: Czeslaw Milosz and The Poetry of Witness  100
David Shaddock, Ph.D., MFT
Discussion of “Standing Against Silence: Czeslow Milosz and the Poetry of Witness” by David Shaddock  106
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Book Review of Claudia Heilbrunn’s “What Happens When The Analyst Dies: Unexpected Terminations In Psychoanalysis” What happens when the analyst dies: unexpected terminations in psychoanalysis, edited by Claudia Heilbrunn, New York, Routledge, 2020, $39.95 (Paperback)  110
Brenda Solomon, , M.D.
Book Review
A Racializing Reckoning: Book Review of Celia Brickman’s “Race in Psychoanalysis: Aboriginal Populations in the Mind”  112
Lynne Jacobs, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Conference Paper
The Pilgrims’ Progress: A Therapist and Patient Journey to London  117
Jeffrey Stern, Ph.D.
Discussion
Discussion of Jeffrey Stern’s “The Pilgrim’s Progress”: Needed Relationships as an Orienting Principle for Contemporary Psychoanalysis  127
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
The Tale of Jeffrey and Drum: Playing With the Frame in a New Key  133
Hazel Ipp, Ph.D.
Selfobject Transferences, Future Vision, and Analytic Stories: Response to Jeffrey Stern’s Case of Drum  141
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Response to Discussants  146
Jeffrey Stern, Ph.D.
Articles
WHEN COUPLE THERAPY HAS STARTED BUT AN AFFAIR IS CONTINUING: KEY CLINICAL MOMENTS, CURATIVE FACTORS AND LUCKY BREAKS IN A SELF PSYCHOLOGICAL COUPLE THERAPY AND ITS CONTEXT  152
Carla Leone, Ph.D.
PATIENT AND PSYCHOTHERAPIST MEETING IN SHARED INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF GENOCIDAL TRAUMA  170
Irit Felsen, Ph.D.
LEARNING FROM BRISBANE: THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY AND THE PROMISE OF EMPATHY  187
Flora E. Lazar, Ph.D., LCSW
SURRENDER AND SILENCE: THE PROBLEM OF NARRATIVE AND NON-NARRATIVE IN PSYCHOANALYSIS  199
Koichi Togashi, Ph.D., L.P.
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