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Volume 24 (2014)

Issue 1
The Analyst’s Generous Involvement: Recognition and the “Tension of Tenderness”  1
Stuart A. Pizer, ABPP
A Clinical Exploration of Moving Anger Forward: Intimacy, Anger, and Creative Freedom  14
Barbara Pizer, ABPP
Affective Relatedness in Stance and Process: Commentary on Papers by Stuart A. Pizer and Barbara Pizer  29
John C. Foehl, Ph.D.
From No Name Woman to Birth of Integrated Identity: Trauma-Based Cultural Dissociation in Immigrant Women and Creative Integration  37
Kris Yi, Psy.D.
Discussion of Kris Yi’s Paper “From No Name Woman to Birth of Integrated Identity: Trauma-Based Cultural Dissociation in Immigrant Women and Creative Integration”  46
Kimberlyn Leary, ABPP
Psychoanalysis’s Cultural Dissociation Meets Ethnic Minorities: Reply to Commentary by Kimberlyn Leary  52
Kris Yi, Psy.D.
The Bilingual Therapist and Transference to Language: Language use in Therapy and its Relationship to Object Relational Context  56
Sophie D. Walsh, Ph.D.
The Princess and the Penis: A Post Postmodern Queer-y Tale  72
Hilary Offman, FRCPC
Psychical Transmissions: Freud, Spiritualism, and the Occult  88
Claudie Massicotte, Ph.D.
Freud and the Psychoanalysis of Telepathy: Commentary on Claudie Massicotte’s “Psychical Transmissions”  103
Marsha Aileen Hewitt, Ph.D.
Telepathic Entanglements: Where are we Today? Commentary on Paper by Claudie Massicotte  109
Janine de Peyer, LCSW
Issue 2
Credo  123
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
The Dead Baby  129
Orna Guralnik, Psy.D.
How to Come to Terms With the Shadows of the Past in the Treatment of Third-Generation Patients: A Commentary on Orna Guralnik’s Paper “The Dead Baby”  146
Werner Bohleber, Ph.D.
The Right to Our Own History: Paradoxical Transference and the “Friendly Foreigner” Commentary on Orna Guralnik Paper  154
Haydée Faimberg, M.D.
Dead Babies: Response to Orna Guralnik’s Paper  163
Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, Ph.D.
History Dislocated in a Nightmare: Responses to Commentaries  167
Orna Guralnik, Psy.D.
Psychodynamic Formulation in the Age of Neuroscience: A Dynamical Systems Model  175
Yakov Shapiro, M.D.
From Dead to Alive: Desire, Dissociation and Passion in the Analytic Dyad  193
Eric Sherman, LCSW
Reconsidering Self and Identity Through a Dialogue Between Neuroscience and Psychoanalytic Theory  210
Michael J. Gerson, Ph.D.
The One-Sidedness of a Dialogue Between Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis  227
Stefanie Solow Glennon, Ph.D.
Brain Science as the Analytic Fourth: Commentary on Paper by Michael J. Gerson  236
Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D.
A Meta-Commentary: Response to the Commentaries of Marks-Tarlow and Solow Glennon  247
Michael J. Gerson, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Imagining Fear: Attachment, Threat, and Psychic Experience  253
Arietta Slade, Ph.D.
Discussion of Slade “Imagining Fear”  267
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Giving Words to the Unsayable: The Healing Power of Describing What Happened  277
Alicia F. Lieberman, Ph.D.
“Ghosts in the Psychoanalytic Nursery”: Response to Lieberman & Harris  282
Arietta Slade, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Depth: A Contemporary Concept?  287
John C. Foehl, Ph.D.
A Phenomenology of Depth  289
John C. Foehl, Ph.D.
On Time and Deepening in Psychoanalysis  304
Lucy LaFarge, M.D.
Going Deep, Going Wide  317
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
Depth, Perception, and Action: Past, Present, and Future  332
Paul L. Wachtel, Ph.D.
“With you I’m Born Again”: Themes and Fantasies of Birth and the Family Circumstances Surrounding Birth as These are Mutually Evoked in Patient and Analyst  341
Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
Discussion of Lewis Aron’s Paper for Dialogues  358
Joe Lichtenberg, M.D.
The Mutually Facilitating Maturational Matrix  364
Brent Willock, Ph.D.
Birth—From Metaphor to Reality in Jewish Literature and Psychoanalysis: Discussion of Lewis Aron’s Paper “With you I’m Born Again”  374
Ruth Kara-Ivanov Kaniel, Ph.D.
For all we Know: Clinical Creativity as a Dialectic Between Knowledge and Unknownness  387
Gianni Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Attachment, Family Therapy, and Relational Psychoanalysis: Introduction to Virginia Goldner’s “Romantic Bonds, Binds, and Ruptures: Couples on the Brink”  399
Stephen Seligman, DMH
Romantic Bonds, Binds, and Ruptures: Couples on the Brink  402
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
When the Context is in the Room: Extending the Relational Paradigm  419
Paul L. Wachtel, Ph.D.
What is Happening With Bill and Jane?  427
Leslie Greenberg, Ph.D.
Attachment, Recognition, and Secondary Trauma: Reply to Commentaries  433
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
Introduction to Panel: Dissociation, Enactment and Collective Trauma: The Role of Psychoanalysis  441
Chana Ullman, Ph.D.
Clinical Practice With Cases of Extreme Traumatization 40 Years After the Military Coup in Chile (1973–1990): The Impact on the Therapists  444
María Isabel Castillo, Ph.D. and Margarita Díaz Cordal, Psy.D.
Hauntings and Healings: Response to Castillo and Cordal  456
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysts Working With Patients Who Have Been Subjected to Torture Due to Socio-Political Circumstances: Possible or Impossible Challenge?  462
Silvia Flechner, M.D.
Ordinary Sadism in the Consulting Room  467
Veronica Csillag, LCSW
Analytic Sadism and Analytic Restraint  483
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D.ABPP
Sadism, Penetration, and the Negotiation of Desire: Commentary on Paper by Csillag  488
Christopher Bonovitz, Psy.D.
Desire, Domination, Sadism, and the Degradation of Love: Reply to Commentaries by Joyce Slochower and Christopher Bonovitz  494
Veronica Csillag, LCSW
Obituary
Obituary: Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D.  498
 
Issue 5
Inside the Revolution: Power, Sex, and Technique in Freud’s “‘Wild’ Analysis”  499
Muriel Dimen, Ph.D.
The Revolution Betrayed: A Commentary on Muriel Dimen’s Inside the Revolution  516
Adam Phillips
On Not Quite Taking Up the Gauntlet: Reply to Adam Phillips  521
Muriel Dimen, Ph.D.
Working With Disruption in the Supervisory Relationship: Introduction to Panel  523
Joan Sarnat, Ph.D., ABPP and Stephen Seligman, DMH
Psychoanalytic Supervision in a Heterogeneous Theoretical Context: Benefits and Complications  525
Emanuel Berman, Ph.D.
Disruption and Working Through in the Supervisory Process: A Vignette From Supervision of a Psychoanalytic Candidate  532
Joan Sarnat, Ph.D., ABPP
Supervision and Analysis at a Crossroad: The Development of the Analytic Therapist: Discussion of Papers by Joan Sarnat and Emanuel Berman  540
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
Making the Best of What Has Been Done to You and of What You Yourself Have Done: Commentary on Papers by Joan Sarnat and Emanuel Berman  549
Franco Borgogno, Ph.D.
The Relational Turn in Italy: Its History and Evolution - Introduction to Panel  558
Vittorio Lingiardi, M.D. and Susanna Federici, Ph.D.
Attachment and Relational Psychoanalysis: Bowlby According to Mitchell  562
Francesco De Bei, Ph.D. and Nino Dazzi, Ph.D.
The Fortunes of the Relational Model in Italy: Notes on Publishing, Teaching, and Training  578
Giorgio Caviglia, Ph.D. and Vittorio Lingiardi, M.D.
The Relational Model: International Relations and Dissemination in Italy: A Historical Account  590
Gianni Nebbiosi, Ph.D. and Susanna Federici, Ph.D.
The Intersect of Psychoanalysis and Totalitarianism  601
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
Issue 6
Miscellaneous
Editorial Board EOV  0
 
Introduction  615
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
The Things We Carry: Finding/Creating the Object and the Analyst’s Self-Reflective Participation  621
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
The Analyst’s Private Space: Spontaneity, Ritual, Psychotherapeutic Action, and Self-Care  637
Ken Corbett, Ph.D.
Paying Attention and Feeling Puzzled: The Analytic Mindset as an Agent of Therapeutic Change  648
Stephen Seligman, DMH
Three Pleas for a Measure of Uncertainty, Reverie, and Private Contemplation in the Chaotic, Interactive, Nonlinear Dynamic Field of Interpersonal/Intersubjective Relational Psychoanalysis  663
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
Relational Psychoanalysis and the Inner Life: Commentary on Cooper, Corbett, and Seligman  676
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Clinical Reflection and Ritual as Forms of Participation and Interaction: Reply to Bass and Stern  684
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D., Ken Corbett, Ph.D. and Stephen Seligman, DMH
Analyzing Defenses or the First Glimmer of Development?  691
Basilio Bonfiglio, M.D.
“I’ll Let You Be in My Dream if I Can Be in Yours.” Bob Dylan Talkin’ World War III Blues: ‘Dreaming’ Basilio Bonfiglio’s Paper  706
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
“I’ll Let You Be in My Dream if I Can Be in Yours.” Bob Dylan Talkin’ World War III Blues: ‘Dreaming’ Basilio Bonfiglio’s Paper: Reply to Commentary  713
Basilio Bonfiglio, M.D.
Clinical Implications for the Expressions of Self and Identity in Adolescent Psychotherapy: Case Studies of a Vampiress and a Gangster  718
Michael J. Gerson, Ph.D.
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