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Volume 4 (2005)

Issue 1
Pedrito: The Blood of the Ancestors  1
Martha Bragin, Ph.D.
The New Faces of Childhood Perimigration Trauma in the United States  21
RoseMarie Perez Foster, Ph.D.
Working Analytically with Children Affected by a Terrorist Attack against the Argentine Jewish Mutual Aid Association  42
Susana M. Toporosi
Stressful Events Viewed through the Eyes of Children  58
Sebastiano Santostefano, Ph.D., ABPP, Bridget O'Connell, B.A, Lindsay MacAuley, B.A, Chantal Royer-Haig, M.A. and Maria Angeles Quiroga Estévez, Ph.D.
The Child's Cognitive Struggle to Understand “Damage” to an Important Object: A Six-Year-Old's Attempt to Deal with the Trauma of His Father's Epilepsy  77
Richard Reichbart, Ph.D.
“Bloody Feet”  98
Kerstin Kupfermann, M.A., DES
Issue 2
Transition Facilitating Behavior: Bridging Attachment Theory and British Object Relations  119
Pamela B. Sorensen, Ph.D., MACP (Brit.)
Tripartite Treatment of Childhood Aggression: A View from Attachment Theory  134
Nancy G. Berlin, Ph.D.
Crouching Tigers, Hidden Dragons: Working with Adolescents in Individual, Family, and Group Contexts  156
Seth Aronson, PSYD
Where the Wild Things Are: The Power and Challenge of Adolescent Group Work  159
Seth Aronson, PSYD
The Yin and Yang of It: Working with the Adolescent in the Context of the Family  171
Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D.
The Perils of Parental Involvement in the Treatment of Adolescents  181
Marcelo Rubin, Ph.D.
Panel Discussant: Crouching Tigers, Hidden Dragons  192
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
Panel Introduction: Children, Technology, and Psychotherapy  196
Jill Bellinson, Ph.D.
I Beat the Level: Children's Use of Gameboy as Therapeutic Communication  198
Jill Bellinson, Ph.D.
The Computer as an Object of Play in Child Treatment  209
Lawrence Zelnick, PSYD
New Medium, New Messages, New Meanings: Communication and Interaction in Child Treatment in the Age of Technology  218
Neil Berger, Ph.D., M.S.
Issue 3
Panel Introduction: Dead or Alive—Boredom and Creativity in Child Psychotherapy  231
Jill Bellinson, Ph.D.
Boredom: Unprocessed Pain in the Treatment of a Narcissistic Boy and His Family  233
Kate Oram, Ph.D.
Cocreation of Boredom  244
Jacqueline J. Gotthold, PSYD
Confronting Deadness in Dissociation: A Relational Perspective on the Treatment of an Adolescent  255
Lawrence Zelnick, PSYD
Uses of Boredom: Commentary on Papers by Oram, Gotthold, and Zelnick  271
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
I Am/Might Be/Am Not My Diagnosis: A Look at the Use and Misuse of Diagnoses in Adolescence  282
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D. and Anna Levy-Warren, B.A
To Play, Learn, and Think: Understanding and Mitigating the Effects of Exposure to Violent Events on the Cognitive Capacity of Children and Adolescents  296
Martha Bragin, Ph.D., LCSW
Cycles of Denial and Awe: Working with Trauma through the IPTAR Clinical Center's School-Based Service  310
Elizabeth Cutter Evert, LCSW
The IPTAR Clinical Center's School-Based Service: Children Who Have Children—Case Report of a School-Based Intervention with Adolescent Parents  321
Carla Bauer Rentrop, Ph.D.
Tales of Estrangement and Transformation: Cal (lie), Christopher, and the Parental Gaze  331
Ionas Sapountzis, Ph.D.
Issue 4
To Weep, to Laugh, to Mourn, to Dance: Key Factors for Therapeutic Change in the Clinical Exchange with an Adolescent Girl  351
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
Why an Evolutionary Perspective?  373
Michael Moskowitz, Ph.D.
Poor African American Fathers: An Evolutionary Perspective  378
C. Jama Adams, Ph.D.
The Psychological Treatment of Children Recovering from Leukemia  408
Lynn Hugger, Ph.D.
The Child Patient of This Particular Therapist  424
Veronica Csillag, M.A., LCSW
Psychoanalytic Insight-Oriented Parent Counseling Based on Concepts of Projective Identification and Reparative Repetition: An Object Relations Perspective  442
Jack Herman, Ph.D.
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