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List of Articles

Volume 7 (2008)

Issue 1
Treatment of a Borderline Child with Developmental Delays: A Play Therapy Case Revisited After Thirty Years  1
Gladys Branly Guarton, Ph.D. and James B. McCarthy, Ph.D.
On Being Bad While Doing Good: Pro Bono Clinical Work with Foster Children and Their Families  14
Neil Altman, Ph.D., Christopher Bonovitz, Psy.D., Kate Dunn, Psy.D. and Elizabeth Kandall, Ph.D.
The Case of Richard: Assessment and Analytic Treatment of a Two—year-old Twin with Autistic-like States*  37
Beth I. Kalish-Weiss, Ph.D. and FIPA
Hiding and Seeking and Being Found: Reflections on the Hide-and-Seek Game in the Clinical Playroom  58
Gabrielle Israelievitch, MSc and MSW and RSW and Ph.D.
Issue 2
Introduction to the Special Issue on Foster Care  77
Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D.
Demands upon the Mind for Work: Fostering Agency Within an Organization  79
Kelley Bryan Gin, PsyD
Examples from the Road: Mindlessness In-Home  88
April D. Fernando, Ph.D.
“A Child Is Being Eaten:” Failure, Fear, Fantasy, and Repair in the Lives of Foster Children  100
Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D.
Discussion: Psychoanalysis in the Community  109
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
Discussion: View of the Foster Child  115
L. Eileen Keller, Ph.D.
“Of What Might We Speak?” Psychotherapy of a Refugee Survivor of Torture Foster Youth  121
Esther Ehrensaft, Ph.D.
“The Network Is Down”: Building an Alternative Network to Address the Multiple Disruptions in Clinical Work with Foster Children and Youth  145
Toni Vaughn Heineman, D.M.H.
Issue 3-4
Introduction and Expressions of Appreciation  153
Kirkland Vaughans
Where the ‘Wild Things’ Are Now: Exciting and Scary Things for Children and Therapists — Child and Adolescent Conference Introduction  155
Christopher Bonovitz, Psy.D.
Monster Business Is Psychoanalysis Business: How Toddlers and Young Children in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Learn to Contain Their Fears  158
Christine Anzieu-Premmereur, MD and Ph.D.
Fear and Trauma: Challenges to Listening and Hearing  165
Steven Marans, MSW and Ph.D.
Fears and Phobias in Child Analysis  176
Catherine Mathelin-Vanier, Ph.D.
Early Trauma, Defense, and Effects on Later Development: A Discussion of the Papers of Anzieu, Mathelin, and Marans, December 2007, at the Conference Where the Wild Things Are Now: Exciting and Scary Things for Children and Therapists  185
Constance Katz, Ph.D.
In a Fast-moving Thicket: Treating Adolescents Today  192
Marsha Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
A Meeting of Minds: Crucial Moments in the Mother-Infant Interactions  199
Meira Likierman
The Wild Rumpus and a Relational Aesthetic  205
Spyros D. Orfanos
Wild Things  213
Neil Altman
Taming the Wild Things in a Treatment from Early Childhood to Adult Motherhood and Beyond  218
Anni Bergman
Meaning-making and the Value of the Relationship: An Interview with Dr. Anni Bergman, June 21, 2008  231
Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D.
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