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Volume 14 (2015)

Issue 1 - Advances in Understanding and Treating Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents
Introduction
Introduction to the Special Issue  1
Karin Ensink
Articles
The Adolescent Brain and the Emergence and Peak of Psychopathology  3
Alisa Powers and B. J. Casey
Attachment in Adolescence and Borderline Personality Disorder  16
Miriam Steele, Jordan Bate, Adella Nikitiades and Bernadette Buhl-Nielsen
Hypermentalizing in Borderline Personality Disorder: A Model and Data  33
Carla Sharp and Salome Vanwoerden
A Developmental Psychopathology and Neurobiological Model of Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescence  46
Karin Ensink, Marko Biberdzic, Lina Normandin and John Clarkin
Modifications to the Technique of Analysis of BPD Adolescents  70
Anna Maria Nicolò
Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescence Through the Lens of the Interview of Personality Organization Processes in Adolescence (IPOP-A): Clinical Use and Implications  82
Massimo Ammaniti, Andrea Fontana and Giampaolo Nicolais
Transference-Focused Psychotherapy for Borderline Adolescents: A Neurobiologically Informed Psychodynamic Psychotherapy  98
Lina Normandin, Karin Ensink and Otto F. Kernberg
Issue 2
Articles
Effectiveness of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Behavioral Therapy Treatment in Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder  111
Katrin Luise Laezer
Distress Screening in Childhood Cancer Patients: A Focused Case Study Examination Involving Projective Drawings  129
D. Scott Herrmann
Working with Parents to Support Their Disabled Children’s Social and School Inclusion: An Exploratory Counseling Study  143
Elias Kourkoutas, Viviana Langher, Elena Vitalaki and Maria Elisabetta Ricci
Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy: A Pilot Study of Effect on Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Maltreated Youth  158
Leslie McCullough, Christina Risley-Curtiss and John Rorke
An Integrated Analysis of Clinical Practices That Treat Early Relational Trauma  174
Linda M. Perez and Cheryl J. Sundheim
Silence in Adolescent Psychotherapy  188
Daniel Gensler
Student and Early Career Authors
Leaving Baby Bear: Libidinal Object Constancy at the Start of a Play Therapy Case  196
Huw Green
Issue 3 - Wondering and Imagining: Mentalization in Clinical Work with Children and Adolescents
Editor’s Introduction to the Special Issue
Wondering and Imagining: Mentalization in Clinical Work With Children and Adolescents  211
Susan C. Warshaw, EdD, ABPP
Articles
The Art and Science of Observation: Reflective Functioning and Therapeutic Action  216
Miriam Steele, Ph.D., Anne Murphy, Ph.D. and Howard Steele, Ph.D.
Activating Mentalization in Parents: An Integrative Framework  232
Norka T. Malberg, Psy.D.
View From The Front Lines: Introduction to a Case  246
Jill Bellinson, Ph.D.
Holding Each Other in Mind: A Mentalization-Based Approach to Dyadic Therapy  251
Ashley Golub, Psy.D.
Mentalization, Emotion Regulation, Countertransference  258
Leon Hoffman, M.D.
Musing on Being and Reflecting on All That Can Be Found: Introduction to Tuber’s, Conway’s and Sossin’s Papers  272
Ionas Sapountzis, Ph.D.
Current Research and Future Directions in Psychodynamic Treatment of ADHD: Is Empathy the Missing Link?  280
Francine Conway, Ph.D.
Psychological Mindedness in the Face of a Learning Disability: The Utility of Play  288
Steve Tuber, Ph.D., ABPP
A Movement-Informed Mentalization Lens Applied to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of Children and Adolescents with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder  294
K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D.
“You’re Just Going to Have to Practice a Lot of Acceptance”: Playing with Recovery in Residential Treatment  311
Webb Haymaker, LCSW
Mentalizing Mediates the Relation Between Attachment and Peer Problems Among Inpatient Adolescents  323
Amanda Venta, Ph.D. and Carla Sharp, Ph.D.
Commentary
Why Does Nested Mentalization Make Me Want to Cry?  341
Laurel M. Silber, Psy.D.
Issue 4
Miscellaneous
End of Volume Editorial Board  0
 
Articles
A View from the Margins: Children in Relational Psychoanalysis  345
Laurel M. Silber, Psy.D.
Commentary
Savage Inequalities: Commentary on Laurel Silber’s “A View from the Margins: Children in Relational Psychoanalysis”  363
Karen E. Starr, Psy.D. and Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
Discussion
Discussion: Laurel Silber, a View from the Margins: A View from the Past and Perspective on the Present  369
Saralea Chazan, Ph.D.
Child Versus Parent-Focused Therapy: Will the Real Binary Please Stand Up Discussion of Laurel Silber’s A View from the Margins: Children in Relational Psychoanalysis  373
Linda Jacobs, Ph.D.
Envisioning a Home for Child Work within Relational Psychoanalysis: Response to Starr & Aron, Chazan, and Jacobs  380
Laurel M. Silber, Psy.D.
Introduction
Introduction to the 2015 Re-Print of “Mutative Factors in Child Psychoanalysis: A Comparison of Diverse Relational Perspectives”  385
Susan C. Warshaw, Ed.D.,ABPP
Mutative Factors in Child Psychoanalysis: A Comparison of Diverse Relational Perspectives  387
Susan C. Warshaw, ED.D., ABPP
Traumatic Experiences and Their Relationship to Self-Destructive Behavior in Adolescence  406
Yari Gvion, Ph.D. and Amit Fachler, Ph.D.
Article
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Agbon?: The Trials and Tribulations of Applying Diagnoses to Children of a Foreign Culture  423
Justine duPlessis Nelson, Ph.D.
How Do You Solve a Problem like Agbon?: Cross Cultural Considerations in Assessment and Diagnosis  434
Esther Stavrou, Ph.D.
A Mentalization-Based Treatment Approach to Caring for Youth in Foster Care  440
Maja Nørgård Jacobsen, M.Sc., Carolyn Ha, M.A. and Carla Sharp, Ph.D.
Cry, Baby, Cry  455
Leore J. Faber, M.S. and Tracy A. Prout, Ph.D.
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