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Volume 22 (1996)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
 
A Tribute to Michael Fordham  5
James Astor
A Personal Response to The Making of an Analyst: Michael Fordham  26
Donald Meltzer
Theory in Practice  28
Michael Fordham
The Jungian Child Analytic Training: An Historical Perspective  38
Dorothy Davidson
Fordham and the Society of Analytical Psychology Infant Observations: An Interview with Gianna Williams  49
Miranda Davies and Elizabeth Urban
‘With Healing in Her Wings…’: Integration and Repair in a Self-Destructive Adolescent  64
Elizabeth Urban
Defences of the Self and Autistic States of Mind  82
Jane Bunster
Self Objects and Development: Infant States of Mind in An Adolescent Girl  92
Miranda Davies
Grandiosity, Trauma and Self  112
William J. Purcell
Hodgkin's Disease in Adolescence: A Psychoanalytical Approach  128
Paola Carbone
Reviews
Anne Gray, An Introduction to the Therapeutic Frame, London: Routledge, 1994. 162 pp., £30 hb, £10.99 pb.  143
Celia Webster
Eric Rhode, Psychotic Metaphysics, London: The Clunie Press, Karnac, 1994. 325 pp., £14.95.  145
Alan Shuttleworth
Michael Fordham, Freud, Jung, Klein — The Fenceless Field: Essays on Psychoanalysis and Analytical Psychology, ed. Roger Hobdell, Routledge, London and New York: 1995. 284 pp., £40.  148
Barry D. Proner
Michael Fordham, Freud, Klein — The Fenceless Field: Essays on Psychoanalysis and Analytical Psychology, London: Routledge, 1995. 284 pp., £40.  151
Viviane Green
Michael Fordham, Children as Individuals, London: Free Association Books, 1994. 184 pp., £15.95.  153
Elizabeth Urban
Correspondence  157
Robert Furman
Issue 2
Editorial  165
Monica Lanyado and Judith Edwards
Will I Be to My Son as My Father Was to Me? Narrative of a Father with a Premature Baby  168
Norma Tracey, Peter Blake, Beulah Warren, Helen Hardy, Sylvia Enfield and Pam Shein
Who Lets Go First? Some Observations on the Struggles around Weaning  195
Trevor Lubbe
Psychotherapy with Children Traumatized in Infancy  214
Ricky Emanuel
Soiling Children: The Oedipal Configuration  240
Paul Barrows
Doubly Bereaved  261
Deborah Hindle
Children, Words and Symptomatic Acts  279
Christopher Reeves
Review Article
Joan Riviere, The Inner World and Joan Riviere: Collected Papers, 1920-1958, ed. Athol Hughes, London: Karnac, 1991. 376 pp. £19.95.  299
Jenny Kenrick
Reviews
R. Harrington, Depressive Disorder in Childhood and Adolescence, Chichester: Wiley, paperback 1995. 244 pp., £14.99.P. Graham and C. Hughes, So Young, So Sad, So Listen, London: Gaskell/West London Health Promotion Agency, 1995. 56 pp., £5.00.  307
Nick Goddard
Peter Slade, Child Play, London: Jessica Kingsley, 1995. 352 pp., £18.95.  309
Margaret Hunter
Correspondence
Letter to the Editors from Eileen Orford, Chair, Child Psychotherapy Trust  312
Eileen Orford
Letter to the Editors from Professor Jonathan Hill, Liverpool, England  313
Jonathan Hill
Letter to the Editors from Dr Sandra Davies, Selkirk, Scottish Borders  315
Sandra Davies
Issue 3
Editorial  323
Monica Lanyado and Judith Edwards
Donald Winnicott and the Foundations of Child Psychotherapy  327
Brett Kahr
An Experimental Investigation of Winnicott's Set Situation: A Study of South African White, Black and Institutionalized Infants Aged 7 to 9 Months Old  343
Judith Jackson
Winnicott: A Research Perspective  362
Lynne Murray
Clinical Concepts
The Capacity to be Alone  373
Jennifer Johns
The Clinician's Debt to Winnicott  377
Anne Alvarez
On the Otherness of Being: Winnicott's Ideas on ‘Object Usage’ and the ‘Experience of Externality’  383
Victoria Hamilton
The Spatula, the Electric Socket and the Spoon  392
Dilys Daws
The Anti-Social Tendency  394
Peter Wilson
Hate in the Countertransference  398
Julia Mikardo
Memories of Donald Winnicott  402
Barbara Dockar-Drysdale and Interviewed By Christopher Reeves
The Squiggle Foundation  404
Nina Farhi
The Dangers and Deprivations of Too-Good Mothering  407
Juliet Hopkins
Winnicott's Children: The Holding Environment and Therapeutic Communication in Brief and Non-Intensive Work  423
Monica Lanyado
Transition and Transience: Winnicott on Leaving and Dying  444
Christopher Reeves
Reviews
Alexander Newman, Non-Compliance in Winnicott's Words: A Companion to the Writings and Work of D.W Winnicott, London: Free Association Books, 1995. xv + 459 pp., £25.  456
Brett Kahr
Stephen A. Mitchell, Hope and Dread in Psychoanalysis, New York: Basic Books, 1993. 285 pp., $30 (UK — London: Harper Collins £8.99).  459
Rudolph L. Oldeshulte
John Byng-Hall (ed.), Preschoolers: Questions and Answers: Psychoanalytic Consultations with Parents, Teachers and Caregivers. International Universities Press, Madison, Conn.: 1995, 204 pp., £25.50  464
Deborah Steiner
John Byng-Hall Re-writing Family Scripts (Improvisation and Systems Change), USA: Guildford Press, 1995. 288 pp., £13.99  467
Sandra Ramsden
Correspondence  471
Peter Hobson
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