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List of Articles


Volume 28 (2018)

Issue 1
Articles
Revisiting the Psychoanalytic Object: Introduction  1
Lisa Director, Ph.D.
The Ties That Bind  12
Andrew B. Druck, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
The Concept of the Internal Object: Some Defining Features  25
Anne Alvarez, Ph.D., M.A.C.P.
“What Just Happened?”  35
Paul Williams, Ph.D.
Forms in Motion: A Personal View of Object Relations  47
Stephen Seligman, DMH
When Time Stands Still: The Non-Interactive Interaction in the Psychoanalytic Encounter  59
Boaz Shalgi, Ph.D.
The Unfreezing of Time in the Haunted Hours  69
Deborah Dowd, LICSW
Poetics in the Clinical Encounter  78
Sarah Mendelsohn, LCSW
Originality, Dread, and Object Usage: Commentary on Papers by Sarah Mendelsohn and Deborah Dowd  86
Lucinda Ballantyne, LICSW
Pina Bausch and the Interweaving of Trauma, Memory, and Creative Transformation: Commentary on Papers by Sarah Mendelsohn and Deborah Dowd  94
Lauren Levine, Ph.D.
Reencounter With History and Memory Through a Therapeutic Process  102
Elena Gómez, M.D., Ph.D., and Juana Kovalskys, M.A.
How Therapy With Victims of Political Trauma Repairs the Third—Commentary on Gómez and Kovalskys’s Work in the Context of Postdictatorship Chile  115
Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D.
Traveling Through the Unthinkable and the Nameless: Discussion of Gómez and Kovalskys  122
Victor Doñas, M.D.
Issue 2
The Negative Transitional Object: Theoretical Elaboration and Clinical Illustration  131
David Pauley, LCSW
Commentary on “The Negative Transitional Object: Theoretical Elaboration and Clinical Illustration”  144
Lesley Caldwell, Ph.D.
Commentary on “The Negative Transitional Object: Theoretical Elaboration and Clinical Illustration”  151
Van Dyke DeGolia, M.D.
Response to Discussants Lesley Caldwell and Van Dyke DeGolia  157
David Pauley, LCSW
Remembering and Remembering to Forget  164
Marc Rehm, Ph.D.
What’s So Great About Authenticity Anyway? The Therapeutic Function of an Analyst’s Lie  175
Michelle Shubin, LCSW, BCD
Insoluble Paradoxes: Thoughts About Michelle Shubin’s and Marc Rehm’s Essays  183
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D., ABPP
The Entropic Body: Primitive Anxieties and Secondary Skin Formation in Anorexia Nervosa  189
Tom Wooldridge, Psy.D., ABPP, CEDS
Many Selves in One Body: Discussion of “The Entropic Body”  203
Susan Boulware, Ph.D.
Primitive Anxieties, Gender Madness, and Perversions of Agency in Eating Disordered Patients: Commentary on Paper by Tom Wooldridge  212
Sarah Schoen, Ph.D.
The Protective Skin of the Analyst’s Case Formulation: Commentary on Paper by Tom Wooldridge  221
Kathryn J. Zerbe, M.D.
Anorexia Nervosa and the Analyst’s Paternal Function: Response to Schoen, Zerbe, and Boulware  228
Tom Wooldridge, Psy.D., ABPP, CEDS
Object-Relations and Cultural Narratives in the Analysis of Racism: Theorizing Subjectivity After Klein and Lacan  234
Nikolay Mintchev, Ph.D.
Commentary on Nikolay Mintchev’s “Object-Relations and Cultural Narratives in the Analysis of Racism”  250
David Lichtenstein, Ph.D.
From Incommensurability to Dialogue: A Response to David Lichtenstein  257
Nikolay Mintchev, Ph.D.
Issue 3
States of Exile and Marginalization  265
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
The Potential of Paradox in States of Exile: Discussion of “States of Exile and Marginalization”  272
Garth Stevens, M.Psych., D.Litt. et Phil.
Engaging with the Hatred of the Other: Personal Reflections Discussion of “States of Exile and Marginalization”  279
Gillian Eagle, Ph.D.
Commentary on “Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy” by Tracey Moffatt and Discussion of “States of Exile and Marginalization” by Gillian Straker  285
Margarita Kahn, Ph.D.
Gillian Straker on Tracey Moffatt’s Night Cries  290
Donna Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Reaping the Whirlwind: Reply to Garth Stevens, Gillian Eagle, Margarita Kahn, and Donna Orange  292
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
From Dyad to Triad: On Psychodynamic Meanings of Psychiatric Treatment  302
Noa Bar-Haim, M.D.
On Psychodynamic Meanings of Psychiatric Treatment: Discussion of “From Dyad to Triad”  314
Larry S. Sandberg, M.D.
All Things Possible  323
Mark Singer, M.D.
Has Sexuality Anything to Do with Relationality?  330
Galit Atlas, Ph.D.
Vitalizing Enactment: A Relational Exploration  340
Amy Schwartz Cooney, Ph.D.
The “Once and Future” Focus of a Relational Psychoanalysis: Discussion of “Vitalizing Enactment”  355
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Discussion of “Vitalizing Enactment”  361
Rachael Peltz, Ph.D.
Reaching Out, Making Contact, and Forging Ahead: Reply to Jody Messler Davies and Rachael Peltz  371
Amy Schwartz Cooney, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Three Dimensional Field Theory: Dramatization and Improvisation in a Psychoanalytic Theory of Change  379
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Discussion of “Three Dimensional Field Theory”  397
James L. Fosshage, Ph.D.
Something and Nothing, Aliveness and Deadness: Discussion of “Three Dimensional Field Theory”  403
Glen O. Gabbard, M.D.
Psychoanalysis in Three Dimensions: Ringstrom’s Relational Metapsychology: Discussion of “Three Dimensional Field Theory”  411
Shlomit Yadlin-Gadot, Ph.D.
Relational Metapsychology in a Three Dimensional Field Theory of Change: Reply to Gabbard, Gadot, and Fosshage  422
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D., Psy.D.
With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies? Split-Off, “Not Me” Competitive Strivings in Women’s Friendships and Sense of Self  432
F. Diane Barth, L.C.S.W.
Unpacking Competitiveness Within and Between Women: Discussion of “With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies?”  446
Margaret Crastnopol, Ph.D.
Sugar and Spice: Competitiveness, Envy and Shame in Women’s Relationships - Discussion of “With Friends Like These”  455
Janna Sandmeyer, Ph.D.
Reply to Crastnopol and Sandmeyer  462
F. Diane Barth, L.C.S.W.
Melancholic Psychosis—A Lacanian Approach  466
Derek Hook, Ph.D.
“Das Ding”: Excessive Existence: Discussion of “Melancholic Psychosis”  481
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
Discussion of “Melancholic Psychosis”  486
Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, Ph.D.
Das Ding as Object of Melancholia  491
Derek Hook, Ph.D.
What Is the Stuff We Are Made Of? The Body and the Body–Mind Relationship in Early Development: A Discussion of Thomson-Salo and Paul’s “Understanding the Sexuality of Infants”  496
Riccardo Lombardi, M.D.
Response to Lombardi  506
Frances Thomson-Salo, Ph.D. and Campbell Paul, M.B., B.S.
Issue 5
When the Political Becomes Personal: Introduction  511
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
We Were the Future  512
Rina Lazar, Ph.D.
Counter-Recognition in Decolonial Struggle  520
Sally Swartz, Ph.D.
The Undream: When the Clinical (Becomes?) Political  528
Victor A. Doñas, M.D.
Harsh Conditions/Loving Work: Relational Psychoanalysis Expands Its Reach: Commentary on Panel  535
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis as an Ethical Process: Ethical Intersubjectivity and Therapeutic Action  538
Robert P. Drozek, LICSW
Some Thoughts on Trust and Betrayal  557
Sheldon Bach, Ph.D.
Erik Erikson’s Place in Relational Psychoanalysis: Discussion of “Some Thoughts on Trust and Betrayal”  569
Brent Willock, Ph.D.
Dialogues of the Heart: Living and Trusting through Moments of Betrayal: Discussion of “Some Thoughts on Trust and Betrayal”  581
Susan Bodnar, Ph.D.
Somatic Experiencing: In the Realms of Trauma and Dissociation—What We Can Do, When What We Do, Is Really Not Good Enough  586
David Levit, Ph.D., ABPP, SEP
Ain’t Misbehavin: Discussion of “Somatic Experiencing”  602
Graham Bass, APRN, L.P.
Making Good Use of Combined Therapeutic Modalities: Discussion of “Somatic Experiencing”  610
Katherine H. Leddick, Ph.D., BCN
Reintegrating Fragmentation of the Primitive Self: Discussion of “Somatic Experiencing”  620
Peter A. Levine, Ph.D., Abi Blakeslee, SEP, MFT, Ph.D. and Joshua Sylvae, Ph.D.
Beyond the Psychosexual: The Body–Mind Relationship Discussion of “Somatic Experiencing”  629
Riccardo Lombardi, M.D.
Continuing the Dialogue between Psychoanalysis and Somatic Experiencing: Reply to Bass, Leddick, Levine, Blakeslee, Sylvae, and Lombardi  640
David Levit, Ph.D., ABPP, SEP
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