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Volume 26 (2016)

Issue 1
The Smell of Paper: On the Usefulness of Musical Thought in Psychoanalytic Practice  1
Gianni Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
Interweaving the Symbolic and Nonsymbolic in Therapeutic Action: Discussion of Gianni Nebbiosi’s “The Smell of Paper”  10
Hazel Ipp, Ph.D.
Making Music Together: Discussion of Gianni Nebbiosi’s “The Smell of Paper”  17
Margaret J. Black, LCSW
Nebbiosi’s Third: A Discussion of Gianni Nebbiosi’s “The Smell of Paper”  26
Spyros D. Orfanos, Ph.D., ABPP
A Postscript to Panel Discussion of Gianni Nebbiosi’s “The Smell of Paper: On the Usefulness of Musical Thought in Psychoanalytic Practice”  32
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
A Mutual Survival of Destructiveness and Its Creative Potential for Agency and Desire  36
Lauren Levine, Ph.D.
A Courageous, Creative, Though Cautionary, Tale: Commentary on Dr. Lauren Levine’s Paper, “A Mutual Survival of Destructiveness and Its Creative Potential for Agency and Desire”  50
Stefanie Solow Glennon, Ph.D.
Mourning, Regeneration, and the Psychic Future: A Discussion of Levine’s “A Mutual Survival of Destructiveness and Its Creative Potential for Agency and Desire”  56
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
To Be Saved and Not Saved: The Ongoing Challenge of Working in the Depressive Position: Reply to Commentaries  63
Lauren Levine, Ph.D.
Introduction to IARPP Plenary Panel, Toronto, June 2015  70
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
“Elisa” Drowning in a River of Tears: Where Does Power Dwell?  73
Francesca Colzani, Ps.U.C., Psychoanalyst
Counter-Transferential Conflicts as Emergent Relational Properties and “Symptoms” of the Analyst  82
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
Authoritativeness and Responsibility in the Analytic Exploratory Process Discussion of Elisa’s Case  87
Susanna Federici-Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
The Risks of Therapist Passivity and the Potentials of Constructivist Influence  91
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Response to Discussants  98
Francesca Colzani, Ps.U.C., Psychoanalyst
Walking the Tightrope of Emotional Dwelling  103
George E. Atwood, Ph.D. and Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Muriel Dimen (1942-2016)  109
 
Disorders of Temporality and The Subjective Experience of Time: Unresponsive Objects and the Vacuity of the Future  110
Stephen Seligman, D.M.H.
A Window in Time: A Response to “Disorders of Temporality and The Subjective Experience of Time: Unresponsive Objects and the Vacuity of the Future” by Stephen Seligman  129
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D. and Robert Bartlett, Ph.D.
A Discussion of “Disorders of Temporality and The Subjective Experience of Time: Unresponsive Objects and the Vacuity of the Future” by Stephen Seligman  136
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
The Writer and the Analyst on and in Time  142
Blakey Vermeule, Ph.D.
Time as Process and Ground: Temporality Is Not Content  147
Stephen Seligman, DMH
Uncanny Communication and the Porous Mind  156
Janine de Peyer, L.C.S.W.
Response to Janine de Peyer’s “Uncanny Communication and the Porous Mind”  175
Joe Cambray, Ph.D.
In Search of the Absent Analyst: Commentary on Janine de Peyer’s “Uncanny Communication”  185
Ofra Eshel, Psy.D.
“Presence” and “Absence”: Kaleidoscopic Hide and Seek: Reply to Commentaries  198
Janine de Peyer, L.C.S.W.
Blurring Boundaries or Why Do We Refer to Sexual Misconduct With Patients as “Boundary Violation”  206
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
Different Strokes in Boundary Artistry: Commentary on Cooper’s “Blurring Boundaries or Why Do We Refer to Sexual Misconduct With Patients as ‘Boundary Violation’”  215
Andrea Celenza, Ph.D.
Commentary on Steven H. Cooper’s Paper “Blurring Boundaries or Why Do We Refer to Sexual Misconduct With Patients as ‘Boundary Violation’”  223
Glen O. Gabbard, M.D.
The Discursive Underside of Psychoanalysis: Comments on Cooper’s “Blurring Boundaries”  229
Charles Levin, Ph.D.
Reclaiming the Boundary Concept from Forensic Discourse: Response to Commentaries  238
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Introduction  245
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
What Are We Doing There? A Therapeutic Tale  248
Rina Lazar, Ph.D.
Regression, Self State Work, and the Developmental Perspective: The Application of Diverse Theoretical Perspectives to Working with Trauma  259
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
The Anxious Amalgam of the Wish for “Recognition/Revenge/Reparation”: Discussion of Rina Lazar’s “What Are We Doing There? A Therapeutic Tale”  267
Sam Gerson, Ph.D.
Regression, Dissociation, Self-States, and the Developmental Dimension in Therapeutic Action  273
Stephen Seligman, DMH
On Seeing What Is Not Said: The Concrete Mode of Psychic Functioning and the Development of Symbolization  280
Christopher Bonovitz, Psy.D.
Deep Diving: Imagination, Intuition, and the Interpenetration of Minds  294
Noelle Burton, Psy.D.
Commentary on Papers by Burton and Bonovitz  313
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
To Dream, Perchance to Think: Discussion of Papers by Noelle Burton and Christopher Bonovitz  322
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Reply to Commentaries  331
Christopher Bonovitz, Psy.D.
How to Use Your Mind When You Can’t Think: Reply to Commentaries by Davies and Cooper  335
Noelle Burton, Psy.D.
Foregrounding Masculinities in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  339
Thomas Burkhalter, M.Ed.
The Man of the House: Commentary on Thomas Burkhalter’s “Foregrounding Masculinities in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy”  352
Robert Grossmark, Ph.D.
The Haunting of Men: Commentary on Thomas Burkhalter’s “Foregrounding Masculinities in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy”  360
Sally Swartz, Ph.D.
Enigmatic Masculinities: A Reply to Swartz and Grossmark  365
Thomas Burkhalter, M.Ed.
Issue 4
Death Is Nothing at All: On Contemplating Non-Existence. A Relational Psychoanalytic Engagement of the Fear of Death  373
Martin Stephen Frommer, Ph.D.
Will You Miss Me When I Am Gone? Death and Our Significance to Others: A Discussion of Frommer’s “Death Is Nothing at All”  391
Peter Shabad, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Engagements With Death: Discussion of Martin Frommer’s “Death Is Nothing at All: On Contemplating Non-Existence”  400
Sam Gerson, Ph.D.
How Shall We Talk With Our Patients About Mortality? Response to Gerson and Shabad Discussions  404
Martin Stephen Frommer, Ph.D.
The Treatment of Oedipal Disgust: When One Person’s Sexual Delight Is Another’s Disgust  410
Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D.
Disgust in Emotion Theory, Development, and Clinical Work: A Discussion of Josephs  427
Mark J. Blechner, Ph.D.
Whose Disgust Is It Anyway?: Projection and Projective Identification in the Couple Relationship  437
Shelley Nathans, Ph.D.
The Ontogeny, Cultural Context, and Treatment of Disgust  444
Brent Willock, Ph.D.
A Dialectical Approach to the Treatment of Sexual Disgust: Reply to Commentaries by Blechner, Nathans, and Willock  454
Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D.
Freud’s Three Theories of Neurosis: Towards a Contemporary Theory of Trauma and Defense  460
Jon Sletvold, Psy.D.
Psychoanalysis and Dictatorship in Chile: A Non-Existing Relationship  476
Carla Fischer Canessa, M.D.
Out of Sight Out of Mind? An Uneasy Compromise: Commentary on Dr. Carla Fischer’s Paper “Psychoanalysis and Dictatorship in Chile: A Non-Existing Relationship”  486
Susan Mailer, M.A.
For the Greater Good of Psychoanalysis: Response to Carla Fischer’s Paper “Psychoanalysis and Dictatorship in Chile: A Non-Existing Relationship”  491
Ghislaine Boulanger, Ph.D.
Issue 5
Credo  499
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
The Time Before Us (The Unpast in W. S. Merwin, W. Benjamin, and V. Woolf)  513
Dominique Scarfone, M.D.
Introduction to Papers by Francisco J. González, Juan Francisco Jordan-Moore, and Malcolm Owen Slavin  521
 
On the Relation to Non-Relationality  522
Francisco J. González, M.D.
Searching for Transcendence: Drives, Emotions, and Infinity  532
Juan Francisco Jordan-Moore, M.D.
Relational Psychoanalysis and the Tragic-Existential Aspect of the Human Condition  537
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
In the Pursuit of Absence: Reimagining Early Loss within the Psychotherapy Relationship  549
Penny Rubinfine, LCSW
States of Grace: A Relational Context for a Patient’s Coming Into Being  564
Deborah Dowd, LICSW
Mutual Vulnerability: Intimacy, Psychic Collisions, and the Shards of Trauma  571
Lauren Levine, Ph.D.
Sociopolitical Enactments as Arenas of Mutual Vulnerability: Psychotherapeutic Experiences During the War Between Israel and Gaza in the Summer of 2014  580
Sharon Ziv-Beiman, Ph.D.
The Cracks Are Where the Light Comes in  592
Mark Gerald, Ph.D.
Dyadically Expanded States of Consciousness and Therapeutic Change in the Interaction Between Analyst and Adult Patient  599
Alessandro Cavelzani, Ph.D. and Ed Tronick, Ph.D.
A Dialogic Debate on Cavelzani and Tronick’s Essay: Can Research and Clinical Practice Fruitfully Intertwine?  616
Maria Pia Roggero, Ph.D. and Michele Minolli, Ph.D.
Reply to Roggero and Minolli’s Commentary: Restoring the Working Alliance, or Crisis and Developmental Opportunity? Mismatching and Reparation in Multiple Different Meanings  625
Alessandro Cavelzani, Ph.D. and Ed Tronick, Ph.D.
Issue 6
Creativity and the Clinical Exchange  631
Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
Culturally Imposed Trauma: The Sleeping Dog Has Awakened. Will Psychoanalysis Take Heed?  641
Dorothy Evans Holmes, Ph.D., A.B.P.P
Sleeping Dogs: Psychoanalysis and the Socio-Political  655
Orna Guralnik, Psy.D.
Discussion of “Culturally Imposed Trauma: The Sleeping Dog Has Awakened. Will Psychoanalysis Take Heed?”: Commentary on the Paper by Dorothy Evans Holmes  664
Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, Ph.D.
I Am, You Are, We … Are … Us! Discussion of “Culturally Imposed Trauma: The Sleeping Dog Has Awakened: Will Psychoanalysis Take Heed?” by Dorothy Evans Holmes, Ph.D.  673
Cleonie White, Ph.D.
When Sleeping Dogs Awake, There Is Wisdom: Holmes’s Response to Guralnik, White, and Tummala-Nara  678
Dorothy Evans Holmes, Ph.D., ABPP
Introduction to Panel: When Relatedness is Damaged or Undeveloped: A New Consideration of the Link between Relational Psychoanalysis and the Object Relations Tradition  683
Lisa Director, Ph.D. and Robert Grossmark, Ph.D.
The Analyst as Catalyst: Cultivating Mind in the Shadow of Neglect  685
Lisa Director, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Companioning  698
Robert Grossmark, Ph.D.
When Relatedness is Damaged or Undeveloped: A New Consideration of the Link between Relational Psychoanalysis and Object Relations Theory  713
Joseph Newirth, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
On Relational Hierarchy: Friends or Parents? Discussion of Lisa Director and Robert Grossmark  722
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
Forging Components Anew, Modes of Therapeutic Action: Reply to Discussions by Drs. Hirsch and Newirth  734
Lisa Director, Ph.D.
“Where Thoughts Arrive as Actions”: Some Thoughts in Response to Commentaries by Hirsch and Newirth  740
Robert Grossmark, Ph.D.
Surrender, Transformation, and Transcendence  747
Melanie Suchet, Ph.D.
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