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List of Articles


Volume 13 (2014)

Issue 1 - From Infant Observation to Parent-Infant Treatment: Papers from the Anni Bergman Parent-Infant Training Program
Introduction
From Infant Observation To Parent-Infant Treatment: The Anni Bergman Parent-Infant Training Program  1
Sally Moskowitz, Rita Reiswig and Gloria Demby
Remarks
What is a Cadence? Graduation Speech, 2012  9
Anni Bergman
Articles
Reciprocity in a Securely Attached Mother-Infant Dyad  11
Jayne Bloch
The Development of Reflective Functioning in a Mother Traumatized by Past and Present Events: Facilitating Change in the Parent-Infant Relationship  24
Tricia Stern
The Impact of Insecure Attachment on Mothering: A New Mother’s Story  37
Naomi Cutner
Perinatal Loss and Its Vicissitudes  51
Susan Varney
Working with Traumatized Mothers and Their Babies in a Residential Drug Rehabilitation Facility  64
Andrea Remez
Difficulties in the Treatment of Depression During Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression  75
Alexandra Cattaruzza
Issue 2
“How Does that Itsy Bitsy Spider Do It?”: Severely Traumatized Children’s Development of Resilience in Psychotherapy  89
Katherine Tyson McCrea
Object Relations of Hospitalized Adolescents Engaged in Nonsuicidal Self-Injurious Behaviors  110
Francine Conway, Stephanie Lyon and James McCarthy
Reading Fairy Tales and Playing: A Way of Treating Abused Children  122
Armelle Hours
A Knot in the Gut: Transference/Counter-Transference and Issues of Race, Ethnicity, and Class in an Adolescent Treatment  133
Marsha H. Levy-Warren
The Mummy at the Door: Play Therapy and Surviving Loss  142
Stephanie Pass
Sharing Alien States and Experiences through Dreams: Working with Adolescents on the Autism Spectrum  154
Ionas Sapountzis and Laura Bennett
Commentary
Unmasking Tape: A Commentary on “The Mummy at the Door: Play Therapy and Surviving Loss”  164
Laurel M. Silber
Issue 3
Original Articles
Whose Trauma Is It Anyway? Furthering Our Understanding of Its Intergenerational Transmission  169
Susan S. Berger
School Refusal and the Parent-Child Relationship: A Psychodynamic Perspective  182
Stelios Christogiorgos and George Giannakopoulos
The Space to Be: Commentary on “School Refusal and the Parent-Child Relationship”  193
Ionas Sapountzis
A Resumption of Adolescent Development: Discussion of “School Refusal and the Parent-Child Relationship”  198
Marsha H. Levy-Warren
The Enigma of Ana: A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Pro-Anorexia Internet Forums  202
Tom Wooldridge
Pro-Anorexia Websites Through an Adolescent Development Lens: Commentary on Paper by Tom Wooldridge  217
Mary T. Brady
The Enigma of Ana: Lost or Found in Cyberspace?  224
Heather Ferguson and Susan Klebanoff
The Experience of Reading from Inside Thinspiration: A Discussion of “The Enigma of Ana”  235
Lawrence Zelnick
It’s Hard to Hold an Enigma: Response to Discussants  238
Tom Wooldridge
First Psychotic Episode in Adolescence: Diagnostic Considerations  240
Maria Garrido Campeão Moura
Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder and Psychosis in Children  249
James B. McCarthy and Zana Dobroshi
Response to Alonim and Schore: Containment, Origins of the Self, and Pathways to Autism  262
Miriam Voran
Further Thoughts on Miriam Voran’s Response: Containment, Origin of the Self, and Pathways to Autism  270
Hanna A. Alonim
Issue 4 - Violence in Schools, Homes, and on the Streets: Psychoanalytic Collaboration with Educators, Law Enforcers, and Community Leaders
Miscellaneous
EOV Editorial Board  0
 
Introduction
Introduction  281
Lois Oppenheim
Articles
Round Table: Being a Socially Active Psychoanalyst in the 21st Century  283
Steven Marans, Mark Smaller, Stuart Twemlow and Lois Oppenheim
Panel I: Psychoanalysis as Community Work
A Developmental View of Hostile Aggression  298
Wendy Olesker
In the Street, in the Classroom, and in the Psychoanalytic Institute  308
Mark Smaller
A Theoretical Framework for Creating Safe, Altruistic Nonviolent Communities  314
Stuart W. Twemlow
The Child Psychoanalyst Ventures Beyond the Frame  327
Josephine L. Wright
Keynote Presentation
Opening Closed Doors: Helping Families Help Their Loved Ones With A Mental Illness  335
Lloyd I. Sederer
Panel II: Psychoanalysts, Educators, and Law Enforcement in Dialogue
Mental Health Clinicians and Educators Learning Together: School Climate Reform and the Promotion of Effective K-12 Risk Prevention/Health Promotion Efforts  342
Jonathan Cohen
Intervening with Children and Families Exposed to Violence (Part I)  350
Steven Marans
Intervening with Children and Families Exposed to Violence (Part II)  358
Dean Esserman
Question and Answer  363
 
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