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List of Articles

Volume 19 (2020)

Issue 1
How Can I Help You? Dimensional versus Categorical Distinctions in the Assessment for Child Analysis and Child Psychotherapy  1
Leon Hoffman, M.D.
The Clinical Challenge of Mentalization-based Therapy with Children Who are in “Pretend Mode”  16
Nicole Muller, M.Sc. and Nick Midgley, Ph.D.
Clinical Assessment of Prementalizing Modes of Psychic Functioning in Children and Their Parents in the Context of Trauma  25
Miguel M. Terradas, Ph.D., Vincent Domon-Archambault, D.Ps. and Didier Drieu, Ph.D.
The Roles of Metaphor and Imagination in Child Trauma Treatment  42
Craig Haen, Ph.D., RDT, CGP, LCAT, FAGPA
Scaffolding the Brain: Infant Parent Psychotherapy during the Primary Biological Entrainment Period  56
Ruth P. Newton, Ph.D.
Achieving “Adulting”: Working with Young Adults with Neurocognitive Challenges: A Developmental Model  71
Nechama Sorscher, Ph.D.
Creating Space for Therapeutic Change: Boundary Expansions with Autism Spectrum Clients  86
Kevin B. Hull, Ph.D.
Thinking about Scenarios of Grandparenthood  98
Sara Terán Sedano, M.D., Paula Laita de Roda, M.D. and Paloma Ortiz Soto, M.D.
Issue 2 - Special Issue: Play for a Change; Susan C Warshaw, EdD, ABPP Editor-in-Chief and Coeditor and Laurel Silber, Psy D, Guest Coeditor
Why Play? … Musings during This Pandemic  107
Susan C. Warshaw, EdD, ABPP
Play for a Change; Therapeutic Action in Contemporary Child Psychotherapy  109
Laurel M. Silber, PsyD
There’s a Place: How Parents Help Their Children Create a Capacity for Playfulness and can it be Sustained across the Lifespan  115
Steve Tuber, PhD, ABPP
Protecting Play: It’s a Matter of Life and Death  125
Jill A. Leibowitz, PsyD
Fractured Stories: Self-Experiences of Third Culture Kids  134
Kristin Long, MA, RDT/BCT, LCAT, LP
The Role of Play in Contemporary Child Psychotherapy: A Developmental Perspective  148
Kenneth Barish, Ph.D.
(In)Visible Scars: Two Siblings, a Shared Trauma History, and Their Play  159
Shauna Balch, PsyD and Ashley Golub, PsyD
Surviving Destruction and Finding Connection: Play Therapy with an 11 Year Old Boy  170
Joseph T. Mikulka, LCSW-R
Can You Help Me Be? Commentary on Mr. Mikulka’s Paper “Surviving Destruction and Finding Connection: Play Therapy with an 11 Year Old Boy”  177
Ionas Sapountzis, Ph.D.
Reimagining Humpty Dumpty with Play’s Therapeutic Action  182
Laurel M. Silber, PsyD
Therapeutic Action in the Work of a Playful Clinician: A Reflection on Dr. Silber’s Reimagining of Humpty Dumpty  199
Marjorie A. Bosk, Ph.D.
Cognitive Behavioral Science behind the Value of Play: Leveraging Everyday Experiences to Promote Play, Learning, and Positive Interactions  202
Molly A. Schlesinger, Ph.D., Brenna Hassinger-Das, Ph.D., Jennifer M. Zosh, Ph.D., Jeremy Sawyer, Ph.D., Natalie Evans, B.A and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Ph.D.
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