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Volume 5 (2006)

Issue 1
What Abandoned Children Construe as Stressful Experiences: Implications for Psychoanalytic Relational Theory and Child Psychotherapy  1
Sebastiano Santostefano, Ph.D., ABPP, Lindsay MacAuley, B.A, Bridget O'Connell, B.A, Maria Angeles Quiroga Estévez, Ph.D., Susan Rooney Santostefano, MED and Patricia Burke, Ph.D.
“Sometimes I Feel like a Motherless Child, a Long Way from Home” Complex Adolescent Identity Formation in a Transcultural Adoption  24
Sharon Klayman Farber, Ph.D., BCD
Nonverbal Transmission of Stress between Parent and Young Child: Considerations and Psychotherapeutic Implications of a Study of Affective Movement Patterns  46
K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D. and Silvia B. Birklein, Ph.D., ADTR, LPC, CMA
Some Thoughts on Hatred and Aggression in Classrooms of Emotionally Disturbed Children  70
Ann Marie Sacramone, MSED
On the Role of Reparative Processes in Childhood: Pathological Development and Therapeutic Change  92
Kenneth Barish, Ph.D.
Medication and the Fragile Alliance: The Complex Meanings of Psychotropic Medication to Children, Adolescents, and Families  111
Peter Chubinsky, M.D. and Nancy Rappaport, M.D.
Resilience from Childhood Stressors: The Role of Cultural Resilience, Ethnic Identity, and Gender Identity  124
Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers, Ph.D., Ya-Ting T. Yang, M.A. and Wan-Chun J. Chen, M.A.
Issue 2
Paulina Kernberg 1935-2006: In Memoriam  139
Susan Coates
Play, Precariousness, and the Negotiation of Shared Meaning: A Developmental Research Perspective on Child Psychotherapy  142
Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Ph.D.
Love Poems: Some Thoughts on Attachment, Love, and Development in Classrooms of Emotionally Disturbed Children  160
Ann Marie Sacramone
An Analysis with a Latency-Age Girl with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Resulting in a Secondary Narcissistic Personality Disorder  175
Ann G. Smolen, MSS, LCSW
Making “Use” of Aggression in Child Psychotherapy  196
Michael Axelman, Ph.D.
To Be the Sole Therapist: Children and Parents in Simultaneous Psychotherapy  206
May Nilsson
Parent-Centered Work: A Relational Shift in Child Treatment  226
Linda Jacobs, Ph.D.
The New Family Tree: Lesbian, Gay, Parenting, Boys, Latency, Oedipal Conflicts, Gender Development, Masculine Identity  240
Peggy Drexler, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Preface  257
Neal Vorus and Tracey Strasser Vorus
Introduction: Central Concepts of the Freud-Klein Debates  259
Neal Vorus
Panel I: Contemporary Views on Stages versus Positions  268
Ron Britton, Judy Chused, Steve Ellman and Meira Likierman
Panel II: The Oedipus Complex, the Primal Scene, and the Superego  282
Ron Britton, Judy Chused, Steve Ellman and Meira Likierman
Panel III: The Role of Attachment and Love versus Envy and Destructiveness in the First Year of Life: Affects, Impulses, and Defenses  308
Ron Britton, Judy Chused, Steve Ellman and Meira Likierman
Panel IV: Introduction to Issues Related to Treatment  351
Ron Britton, Judy Chused, Steve Ellman and Meira Likierman
Clinical Case Presentation  364
Presenter: Jacqueline Haft
Final Questions  387
 
Acknowledgments  395
Neil Altman
Issue 4
Developing the Intersubjective Playground in the Treatment of Childhood Asperger's Syndrome  397
Elizabeth Allured, PSYD
The Re-emergence of Separation Fears in the College Bound Adolescent: From Disruption to Resolution  420
William H. Kline, Ph.D.
An Exploratory Study of Premature Termination in Child Analysis  437
Nick Midgley and Evanthia Navridi
On the Convergence of Folk Belief and Psychopathology: A Demon as Introject in a 12 Year Old African American Boy  459
Richard Reichbart, Ph.D.
Creative Use of Self and the Therapeutic Relationship in Psychoanalytic Child Psychotherapy  486
Steven Spitz, Ph.D.
A Child with ADHD: Convergences of Rorschach Data and Case Material  499
Benjamin H. Harris, M.A., Joseph S. Reynoso, MPHIL, Kevin B. Meehan, M.A., Jasmine Y. Ueng-McHale, M.A. and Steve Tuber, Ph.D.
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