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List of Articles


Volume 12 (2002)

Issue 1
Louis Sander and Contemporary Psychoanalysis: An Introduction  1
Stephen Seligman, DMH
Thinking Differently: Principles of Process in Living Systems and the Specificity of Being Known  11
Louis W. Sander, M.D.
The Rhythm of Recognition: Comments on the Work of Louis Sander  43
Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D.
An Appreciation of the Contribution of Louis Sander  55
Arnold H. Modell, M.D.
The Texture of Fields: Commentary on the Contributions of Louis Sander  65
Stephen A. Mitchell, Ph.D.
A Model of Infant Mood States and Sandarian Affective Waves  73
E. Z. Tronick, Ph.D.
Exploring Ferenczi's Concept of Identification with the Aggressor: Its Role in Trauma, Everyday Life, and the Therapeutic Relationship  101
Jay Frankel, Ph.D.
Identifying with the Other—A Conflictual, Vital Necessity: Commentary on Paper by Jay Frankel  141
Emanuel Berman, Ph.D.
Identification with the Aggressor—An Interactive Tactic or an Intrapsychic Tomb? Commentary on Paper by Jay Frankel  153
Carlo Bonomi, Ph.D.
Identification and “Traumatic Aloneness” Reply to Commentaries by Berman and Bonomi  159
Jay Frankel, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Brief Relational Psychoanalytic Treatment  171
Jeremy D. Safran, Ph.D.
Serving Ambivalence: Commentary on Paper by Jeremy Safran  197
Seth C. Warren, Ph.D.
Probing the Boundaries of the Relational Paradigm: Commentary on Paper by Jeremy Safran  207
Paul L. Wachtel, Ph.D.
Reexamining Change: Commentary on Paper by Jeremy Safran  227
Karen Rosica, Psy.D.
Reply to Commentaries  235
Jeremy D. Safran, Ph.D.
The Dwelling Places of Self-Experience  259
Margaret Crastnopol, Ph.D.
Building Bridges: The Negotiation of Paradox in Psychoanalysis by Stuart A. Pizer: On Reading in a Potential Space  285
Sue N. Elkind, Ph.D.
Building Bridges: The Negotiation of Paradox in Psychoanalysis by Stuart A. Pizer: Creating Space for Difference  299
Samuel Gerson, Ph.D.
Building Bridges: The Negotiation of Paradox in Psychoanalysis by Stuart A. Pizer: Self-Inquiry and the Relational Frame: A Historical Note  305
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Building Bridges: The Negotiation of Paradox in Psychoanalysis by Stuart A. Pizer: Applications, Implications, Complications: Reply to Reviews by Elkind, Gerson, and Levine  317
Stuart A. Pizer, Ph.D., ABPP
Issue 3
The Analyst's Bad-Enough Participation  331
Eric Mendelsohn, Ph.D.
Out of the Blue: Reflections on a Shared Trauma  359
Neil Altman, Ph.D. and Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
The World Trade Center Disaster and the Apocalyptic  361
Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D.
Posttraumatic Therapy in the Age of Neuroscience  381
Bessel A. van der Kolk, M.D.
Evil as Love and as Liberation  393
Ruth Stein, Ph.D.
Does It Matter What the Terrorists Meant?  421
Donald Moss, M.D.
A View from Abroad: Can We Have Reason Without Feelings?  433
Susie Orbach, Ph.D.
Shared Trauma: The Therapist's Increased Vulnerability  443
Karen W. Saakvitne, Ph.D.
Day 2/Month 2: Wordless/The Words to Say It  451
Muriel Dimen, Ph.D.
Dialogues and Monologues  457
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Terror and Guilt: Beyond Them and Us  473
Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D.
Freud, Surgery, and the Surgeons by Paul E. Stepansky: The Vicissitudes of Freud's Surgical Metaphor  485
James Phillips, M.D.
From Deep Penetration to Surgical Caress: Reply to Review Essay  499
Paul E. Stepansky, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Stephen A. Mitchell (1946-2000)  iii
 
Introduction: Voices  505
Neil Altman, Ph.D. and Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Private Terrors: Sexualized Aggression and a Psychoanalyst's Fear of Her Patient  509
Janine de Peyer, C.S.W.
Can We Eat Dog Without Dog Eating Us? Commentary on Paper by Janine de Peyer  531
Susie Orbach, Ph.D.
“Private Terrors” and Public Disclosure—How Do We Write About Countertransference? Commentary on Paper by Janine de Peyer  537
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
Reply to Commentaries  545
Janine de Peyer, C.S.W.
The Value of Relational Psychoanalysis in the Treatment of Chronic Drug and Alcohol Use  551
Lisa Director, Ph.D.
Addiction as Mind-Body Bridge: Commentary on Paper by Lisa Director  581
Glen O. Gabbard, M.D.
Follow the Bird—A Story of Survival in the Treatment of Addictions: Commentary on Paper by Lisa Director  585
Mark Gerald, Ph.D.
Reply to Commentaries  593
Lisa Director, Ph.D.
Is It Okay to Breathe? Asserting Subjectivity in the Therapeutic Relationship  599
Jackie L. Cohen, C.S.W., M.Ed.
Preferences and Privileges: Commentary on Paper by Jackie L. Cohen  621
Adam Phillips
Naughty Girls: Commentary on Paper by Jackie L. Cohen  627
Pearl-Ellen Gordon, Ph.D.
Reply to Commentaries  643
Jackie L. Cohen, C.S.W., M.Ed.
Homoerotic Countertransference: The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name?  649
Eric Sherman, C.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Being Bad on the Side: Commentary on Paper by Eric Sherman  667
Dianne Elise, Ph.D.
Listening to the Erotic: Commentary on Paper by Eric Sherman  675
Martin Stephen Frommer, Ph.D.
“Dirty,” “Clean,” and In-Between—Rolling with Uncertainty in Homoerotic Countertransference: Reply to Commentaries  687
Eric Sherman, C.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Issue 5
The Self as a Relational Structure: A Dialogue with Multiple-Self Theory  693
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
“There Was a Child Went Forth” Commentary on Paper by Steven Stern  715
Stuart A. Pizer, Ph.D., ABPP
Reflections on the Intersubjective Foundations of the Sense of Self: Commentary on Paper by Steven Stern  727
Bernard Brandchaft, M.D.
Reply to Commentaries  747
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
Wish, Need, Drive: Motive in the Light of Dynamic Systems Theory and Edelman's Selectionist Theory  763
Emmanuel Ghent, M.D.
Something Is Happening Here: Thoughts and Clinical Material Regarding Multiplicity, Gender, and Touch in a Psychoanalytic Treatment  809
Graham Bass, M.A., R.N., C.S.
Multiplicity as a Form of Enactment: Commentary on Paper by Graham Bass  827
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Blowin' in the Wind—Considering the Impact of “Inadvertent Touch” Commentary on Paper by Graham Bass  837
Barbara Pizer, Ed.D., ABPP
I've Got You Under My Skin: Reply to Commentaries  847
Graham Bass, M.A., R.N., C.S.
Issue 6
The Language of Psychoanalytic Discourse  857
Drew Westen, Ph.D.
Our Literature as the Problem Child of Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Paper by Drew Westen  899
Charles Spezzano, Ph.D.
The Search for Objectivity in the Study of Subjectivity: Reply to Commentary  915
Drew Westen, Ph.D.
Back to the “States” Victim and Abuser States in Borderline Personality Disorder  921
Elizabeth F. Howell, Ph.D.
Between the Reader and the Read: Commentary on Paper by Elizabeth F. Howell  959
Sue Grand, Ph.D.
Dual Visions, Dual Voices: Reply to Commentary  971
Elizabeth F. Howell, Ph.D.
Apparitions in the Fog: Commentary on Paper by Adrienne Harris and Barbara H. Gold  987
Brooks C. Brenneis, Ph.D.
Minds and Dialogues in Analytic Spaces—Negotiating Certainty and Uncertainty: Reply to Commentary  1001
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
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