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Volume 30 (2020)

Issue 1
The Intimate Third: Toward a Theory of Coherence  1
Russell Meares, M.D.
An Analyst Has a Birthday - Can Forgiveness Heal?  19
Diane Barclay, LCSW
The Forgiver and the Forgiven: A Discussion of “An Analyst Has a Birthday – Can Forgiveness Heal?”  32
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Forgiveness – It Depends: A Discussion of “An Analyst Has a Birthday - Can Forgiveness Heal?”  39
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
Hope and Forgiveness: Reply to Davies and Hirsch  47
Diane Barclay, LCSW
The Forward Edge of Resistance: Toward the Dignity of Human Agency  51
Peter Shabad, Ph.D.
Resist This  64
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D., ABPP
From Resistance to Analytic Truth  73
Frank Summers, Ph.D., ABPP
Whose Resistance is it Anyway? “Resistance” – and the Evolution of Self: A Discussion of “The Forward Edge of Resistance,” “Resist This,” and “From Resistance to Analytic Truth”  84
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
A Country of Two: Race and Social Class in an Immigrant Therapeutic Dyad  90
Santiago Delboy, MBA, LCSW
Esperanza and the Melancholy of Otherness: A Discussion of “A Country of Two: Race and Social Class in an Immigrant Therapeutic Dyad”  102
Veronica Csillag, LCSW
The Trauma of the Mother Tongue: A Discussion of “A Country of Two: Race and Social Class in an Immigrant Therapeutic Dyad”  110
Spyros D. Orfanos, Ph.D., ABPP
Del Sentimiento de No Estar del Todo: Reply to Csillag and Orfanos  116
Santiago Delboy, MBA, LCSW
Issue 2
The Analyst’s Necessary Nonsovereignty and the Generative Power of the Negative  123
Jade McGleughlin, L.I.C.S.W.
Through a Glass Darkly: A Discussion of “The Analyst’s Necessary Nonsovereignty and the Generative Power of the Negative”  139
Amy Schwartz Cooney, Ph.D.
A Discussion of “The Analyst’s Necessary Nonsovereignty and the Generative Power of the Negative”  146
Antonino Ferro, M.D.
Thinking Absence: A Discussion of “The Analyst’s Necessary Nonsovereignty and the Generative Power of the Negative”  150
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
The Impossibility of Meaning: Joining and Rejoining: Reply to Cooney, Ferro, and Stern  160
Jade McGleughlin, L.I.C.S.W.
Going to Where the World Ends: When the Bodies of Children Speak Who is Listening?  166
Rachael Peltz, Ph.D.
On Some Unconscious Factors in Children’s Near-Death Experience: A Discussion of “Going to Where the World Ends: When the Bodies of Children Speak Who is Listening?”  180
Joshua Durban, M.A.
Mystery, Recognition, and Revitalization: A Discussion of “Going to Where the World Ends: When the Bodies of Children Speak Who is Listening?”  187
Sue Grand, Ph.D.
A Discussion of “Going to Where the World Ends: When the Bodies of Children Speak Who is Listening?”  193
Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, Ph.D.
The Song of the Silent Children: Reply to Durban, Grand and Tummala-Nara  202
Rachael Peltz, Ph.D.
The Poetics of Boundary Violation: Anne Sexton and Her Psychiatrist  206
Charles Levin, Ph.D. and Dawn Skorczewski, Ph.D.
Righting a Wrong: A Discussion of “The Poetics of Boundary Violation: Anne Sexton and Her Psychiatrist”  222
Andrea Celenza, Ph.D.
Bringing It All Back Home: Reply to Celenza  230
Charles Levin, Ph.D. and Dawn Skorczewski, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Introduction to the Panel: “Time’s Up?”: The Psychodynamic Politics of Sexual Coercion and #MeToo  237
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
Pleasure Can Hurt: The Erotic Politics of Sexual Coercion  239
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
#Me Too, I Was Interpellated  251
Orna Guralnik, Ph.D.
Liminal Space, Sexuality, and the Language of #MeToo  258
Velleda C. Ceccoli, Ph.D.
Activating Lifeness in the Analytic Encounter: The Ground of Being in Psychoanalysis  267
Rachael Peltz, Ph.D.
“What If” Dimensions of the Analytic Field: Imagination, Object Vitality, and Psychic Growth  283
Duncan Cartwright, Ph.D.
Restarting the Imagination, Refinding the World: A Discussion of “Activating Lifeness in the Analytic Encounter” and “‘What If’ Dimensions of the Analytic Field”  291
Peter Goldberg, Ph.D.
Fanon’s Vision of Embodied Racism for Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice  299
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
Binded by the White: A Discussion of “Fanon’s Vision of Embodied Racism for Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice”  317
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
The Reality Principle: Fanonian Undoing, Unlearning, and Decentering: A Discussion of “Fanon’s Vision of Embodied Racism for Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice”  325
Lara Sheehi, Psy.D.
Beyond Racial Visibility and Invisible: Reply to Hartman and Sheehi  331
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
The Priest and the Rabbi Meet in a Bar: The Dialectic between Merger and Recoil in Psychoanalysis  336
Alan Sirote, LCSW
Video Communication and Transgenerational Shame in the Mother/Daughter Bond  352
Shoshana Ringel, Ph.D.
Can I Touch You Through A Screen? A Discussion of “Video Communication and Transgenerational Shame in the Mother/Daughter Bond”  365
Lisa Lyons, Ph.D.
A Discussion of “Video Communication and Transgenerational Shame in the Mother/Daughter Bond”  373
Paul Williams, Ph.D.
Video Treatment Re-Examined: Enactments, Erotic Transference, and the Third: Reply to Lyons and Williams  377
Shoshana Ringel, Ph.D.
Anthony Bass Stepping Down as Editor in Chief  381
Stephen Seligman and Hazel Ipp
Issue 4
Trump Cards and Klein Bottles: On the Collective of the Individual  383
Francisco J. González, M.D.
The Cultural Underpinnings of Subjectivity and Inter-Subjectivity: A Discussion of “Trump Cards and Klein Bottles: On the Collective of the Individual”  399
Karim Dajani, Psy.D.
The Message of a Bottle: A Discussion of “Trump Cards and Klein Bottles: On the Collective of the Individual”  408
Victor Doñas, M.D.
Living Entities that Join and Separate Us: A Discussion of “Trump Cards and Klein Bottles: On the Collective of the Individual”  417
Rachael Peltz, Ph.D.
With Fellow Travelers to Nodal Places: Reply to Dajani, Doñas, and Peltz  424
Francisco J. González, M.D.
Accompaniment in Jazz and Psychoanalysis  432
Henry Markman, M.D.
Getting Home: A Discussion of “Accompaniment in Jazz and Psychoanalysis”  448
Adam Blum, Psy.D.
A Discussion of “Accompaniment in Jazz and Psychoanalysis”  459
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
One Foot in the Ditch: A Discussion of “Accompaniment in Jazz and Psychoanalysis”  465
Graham Music, Ph.D.
Marching Musical Metaphors: Reply to Blum, Knoblauch, and Music  474
Henry Markman, M.D.
A Patient Who Does Not Look: A Collaborative Treatment with Video Feedback  479
Larry S. Sandberg, M.D. and Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.
An Unusual Window: A Discussion of “A Patient Who Does Not Look: A Collaborative Treatment with Video Feedback”  499
George Downing, Ph.D.
Gazing into Existence: A Discussion of “A Patient Who Does Not Look: A Collaborative Treatment with Video Feedback”  506
Linda Jacobs, Ph.D.
Finding Sandra: Dr. Beebe’s Second as Analytic Third: A Discussion of “A Patient Who Does Not Look: A Collaborative Treatment with Video Feedback”  512
Celeste Schneider, Ph.D.
Reply to Downing, Jacobs, and Schneider  521
Larry S. Sandberg, M.D. and Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.
Analytic Life Amidst the Coronavirus  529
Stephen Seligman, Hazel Ipp and Amy Schwartz Cooney
Into the Corona Primal Scene  530
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
A Lesson in Hunger  532
Shifa Haq, Ph.D.
Slips of the Tongue  534
Barbara Pizer, Ed.D., ABPP
Time, Space, Isolation  535
Sally Swartz, Ph.D.
Issue 5
Philip Bromberg (1931– 2020)  537
Hazel Ipp and Stephen Seligman, D. M.H.
Field Theory and the Dream Sense: Continuing the Comparison of Interpersonal/Relational Theory and Bionian Field Theory  538
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
A Discussion of “Field Theory and the Dream Sense: Continuing the Comparison of Interpersonal/Relational Theory and Bionian Field Theory”  554
Lawrence J. Brown, Ph.D.
Dreaming in Dialogue: A Discussion of “Field Theory and the Dream Sense: Continuing the Comparison of Interpersonal/Relational Theory and Bionian Field Theory”  560
Daria Colombo, M.D.
The Dream Sense, Emergent Clinical Process, and the Question of Symmetry: Reply to Brown and Colombo  566
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
“When Reparation Is Felt to Be Impossible”: Persecutory Guilt and Breakdowns in Thinking and Dialogue about Race  578
Jane Caflisch, Ph.D.
When Reparation Is Impossible: A Discussion of “‘When Reparation Is Felt to Be Impossible’: Persecutory Guilt and Breakdowns in Thinking and Dialogue about Race”  595
Kali D. Cyrus, M.D., M.P.H.
A Discussion of “‘When Reparation Is Felt to Be Impossible’: Persecutory Guilt and Breakdowns in Thinking and Dialogue about Race”  604
M. Fakhry Davids, M.Sc. (Clin Psych)
Giving In, Giving Up, and Being Blown to Smithereens: A Discussion of “‘When Reparation Is Felt to Be Impossible’: Persecutory Guilt and Breakdowns in Thinking and Dialogue about Race”  613
Sally Swartz, Ph.D.
Who Are “We” – At the Limits of Rupture and Repair: Reply to Cyrus, Davids, and Swartz  621
Jane Caflisch, Ph.D.
Dark Days, and Bright Spots  627
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
Making Sense of COVID-19 with Child Patients: From Screen to Screen  628
Christopher Bonovitz, Psy.D.
Abandoned by Time  630
Ken Corbett, Ph.D.
Connecting during a Paradoxical Time  631
Susanna Federici, Ph.D.
Prana  632
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
A Racial Enactment Amid COVID-Focused Anxiety and Mania  634
Cynthia X. He, MD, PhD
Distrust, Panic and Denial … or Hope?  635
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
Darkness and Lights  636
Alexander Levchuk, M.A.
Critical Care  638
Lauren Levine, Ph.D.
April in Corona  639
Jade McGleughlin, LICSW
Musings on Zoom Fatigue  641
Gianpiero Petriglieri, M.D.
Circling Death  643
Melanie Suchet, Ph.D.
Living the Paradox: Human Connection through Space Suits, Screens and Glass Walls  644
Manuela Tosti, Psy.D.
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