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List of Articles


Volume 3 (2004)

Issue 1
Unconscious Communication and the Transmission of Loss  1
Christopher Bonovitz, PSYD
Complex Attachments: Exploring the Relation Between Mother and Child When Economic Necessity Requires Migration to the North  28
Martha Bragin, Ph.D., M.S.W. and Monica Pierrepointe, M.S.W.
Issues of Disruptive Attachment and Countertransference in the Treatment of a Young Boy Infected with HIV  47
Topher Collier, PSYD and Virginia Robles, Ph.D.
Alone in the “Darkness of the Night” Psychotherapy with Children in States of Nonexistence  64
Ionas Sapountzis, Ph.D.
Fantasy, Symbol, and the Development of Thought  82
Peter Carnochan, Ph.D.
Affective Scaffolding: A Process Measure for Psychotherapy with Children  92
Joy A. Kassett, Ph.D., George A. Bonanno, Ph.D. and Clifford I. Notarius, Ph.D.
On the Intermingling of Conflict and Deficit: The Case of a Hospitalized Boy with Oppositional Defiant Disorder  119
David A. Whelan, PSYD
Making Life Good Enough  138
D. Patrick Zimmerman, PSYD
Issue 2
Psychotherapeutic Debriefing of Children and Adolescents After Exposure to Violence in Home or Community: Integrating Narrative Techniques  163
Robert G. Ziegler, M.D., Judith Howe, LICSW and Gale Pasternak, M.D.
Interventions with Parents to Support the Parental Holding Environment to Permit the Debriefing of Children  185
Robert G. Ziegler, M.D. and Deborah Weidner, M.D.
Intergenerational Communication of Violent Traumatic Experience Within and by the Dyad: The Case of a Mother and Her Toddler  203
Daniel S. Schechter, M.D.
Infantile Trauma and the Psychoses  233
Barry Shrem, Ph.D.
Parental Belief Systems and Difficulties in Parenting: Using the Parental Awareness Scheme as a Therapeutic Guide  252
Esther Cohen, Ph.D.
The Child Therapist's Generative Use of Self  270
Kenneth Barish, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Our Most Important Task The Well-Being and Protection of Children  299
Vincent J. Fontana, M.D., FAAP
Preface and Overview  303
Carole Grand, Ph.D.
Insecurity and Fear of Attachment in a Troubled Adoption: A Clinical Example  313
Martin A. Silverman, M.D.
The Holding Environment in Adoption  329
Steven L. Nickman, M.D.
Parental Death and Foster Care: A Personal and Professional Perspective  342
Francine Cournos, M.D.
Remembering and Forgetting: Working with Memories of Trauma with Fostered and Adopted Children  356
Jenny Kenrick, M.A., (Cantab), M.A.C.P.
What I Hear, I Can't Write  369
Catherine Mathelin, Ph.D.
Eileen: Treatment of a Foster Child  384
Sujatha Subramanian, Ph.D.
Treatment of an Adopted Child: The Case of Roger  391
Neal Vorus, Ph.D.
Commentary on “Eileen: Treatment of a Foster Child”  398
Jenny Kenrick, M.A., (Cantab), M.A.C.P.
Commentary on “Treatment of an Adopted Child: The Case of Roger”  402
Jenny Kenrick, M.A., (Cantab), M.A.C.P.
Being Lost, Being Found, and Being Alone  406
Laura Kleinerman, M.S.
Postscript: Adoption and Foster Care Study Group  415
Sally Moskowitz, Ph.D. and Corliss Parker, Ph.D.
Issue 4
What Evidence for Evidence-Based Prevention?  419
Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., FBA
Finding Each Other: Using a Psychoanalytic-Developmental Perspective to Build Understanding and Strengthen Attachment Between Teenaged Mothers and Their Babies  444
Hillary Mayers, CSW and Ava L. Siegler, Ph.D.
Severe Postpartum Depression After the September 11 World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks  466
Miriam Pierce, CSW, BCD
Trauma and Attachment Disorders in Three Female Generations  480
Christine Anzieu-Premmereur, M.D., Ph.D.
Projective Testing as a Heuristic “Snapshot” of Themes in Child and Adult Psychoanalysis: The Case of Lisa  486
Steve Tuber, Ph.D., ABPP
Finding the Paper Clip: Maintaining Connection with Congenitally Blind Children  509
Lisa Jepson, Ph.D.
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