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Volume 30 (2010)

Issue 1 - The Adoption Journey
PROLOGUE  1
Linda Gunsberg, Ph.D. and Linda Mayers, Ph.D.
I. Development of the Narrative
Left Without a Word: Learning Rhythms, Rhymes, and Reasons in Adoption  3
Billie A. Pivnick, Ph.D.
Mental Representation and Change: Developing Attachment Relationships in an Adoption Context  25
Miriam Steele, Ph.D., Jill Hodges, Ph.D., Jeanne Kaniuk, B.A. and Howard Steele, Ph.D.
Will You Be My Mommy? A Quest of a Child to Fill in the Gaps in the Process of Bonding With Her Adoptive Parents  41
Kerstin Kupfermann, M.A. and D. E. S.
Myra's Story: A Life Narrative as It Unfolds in the Treatment and Journey of an Adopted Woman  54
Sandra Rosengarten, MS and MSW
A Commentary on Myra's Life: The Creation of a Story  63
Linda Mayers, Ph.D.
II. The Ghost Kingdom
Ghosts in the Adopted Family  71
Betty Jean Lifton, Ph.D.
Secondary Infertility and Birth Mothers  80
Isabel Andrews
Adoptees as Parents  94
Zara Phillips
An Invitation Into the Ghost Kingdom  102
Linda Gunsberg, Ph.D.
EPILOGUE  111
Linda Mayers, Ph.D., Linda Gunsberg, Ph.D., Isabel Andrews, Kerstin Kupfermann, M.A. and D.E.S., Betty Jean Lifton, Ph.D., Julie Marcus, Ph.D., Zara Phillips, Billie Pivnick, Ph.D., Sandy Rosengarten, M.S. and C.S.W. and Miriam Steele, Ph.D.
Issue 2 - Israeli Psychoanalysts: A Study in Resiliency
PROLOGUE  113
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
My Way  116
Emanuel Berman, Ph.D.
My Way to Psychoanalysis  133
Pinchas Noy, Ph.D.
Patient–Analyst Interconnectedness: Personal Notes on Close Encounters of a New Dimension  146
Ofra Eshel, Psy.D.
Becoming a Psychoanalyst—An Autobiographical Fragment*  155
Rena Moses-Hrushovski, Ph.D.
Language and Music in Rena's Life and Work  171
Rivka R. Eifermann, Ph.D.
Upon Earning the Right to Be and Ever Become  174
Michael Shoshani, Psy.D.
EPILOGUE  203
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Issue 3 - Forms of Creative Expression in Psychoanalysis
PROLOGUE  205
Alan Kindler, Rosalind Chaplin Kindler and Carol M. Press
Between Aesthetics, the Coconstruction of Empathy, and the Clinical  207
George Hagman, L.C.S.W. and Carol M. Press, Ed.D.
Spontaneity and Improvisation in Psychoanalysis  222
Alan Kindler, M.B.B.S.
Yes/and, Alan! A Few Additional Thoughts  235
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D. and Psy.D.
The Opening of the Field: Thoughts on the Poetics of Psychoanalytic Treatment  243
David Shaddock, Ph.D. and M.F.T.
Theater and Therapy: How Improvisation Informs the Analytic Hour  254
Rosalind Chaplin Kindler, M.F.A. and Arthur A. Gray, Ph.D.
Cervantes and Don Quixote  267
Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
The Integrative Power of the Creative Spirit  276
Barbara Young, M.D.
EPILOGUE  284
Alan Kindler, Rosalind Chaplin Kindler and Carol M. Press
CORRIGENDUM  285
 
Issue 4 - How Does a Person Know What's Going on in the Mind of Another?
PROLOGUE  287
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Mentalizing Minds  289
Elliot L. Jurist, Ph.D.
The Development of Mentalisation in Children From a Theory of Mind Perspective  301
Karin Ensink, Ph.D. and Linda C. Mayes, M.D.
Reacting to the Analyst's State of Mind  338
Mary Jane Otte, Ph.D.
Why Is It So Difficult to Describe What Actually Goes On in the Minds of the Patient and Analyst?  347
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Culture as SelfObject: Its Impact on the Self  357
Mercedes Peters, Ph.D. and NCPsyA
Discussion  368
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
EPILOGUE  375
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Issue 5 - Psychosomatics Revisited: Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspectives
PROLOGUE  377
Phyllis Sloate and Eileen Kohutis
Psychosomatic Medicine: A Psychoanalyst's Journey Through a Somatic World  380
Craig Lichtman, M.D. and FIPA
Believing in the Patient's Capacity to Know His Mind: A Psychoanalytic Case Study of Fibromyalgia  390
W. Scott Griffies, M.D. and DFAPA
The Minefield of Emotions  405
Marion M. Oliner, Ph.D. and FIPA
Concreteness, Metaphor, and Psychosomatic Disorders: Bridging the Gap  416
Eileen A. Kohutis, Ph.D.
Healing the Split Between Body and Mind: Structural and Developmental Aspects of Psychosomatic Illness  430
Anita Weinreb Katz, Ph.D. and FIPA
Alive in the World  445
Isaac Tylim, Psy.D. and FIPA
Superego and Sexuality: An Analysis of a Psychosomatic Solution  457
Phyllis L. Sloate, Ph.D. and FIPA
EPILOGUE  474
Phyllis Sloate and Eileen Kohutis
Issue 6 - Contemporary Perspectives on the Oedipus Complex
PROLOGUE  477
Harriet Pappenheim and Eva Dubska Papiasvili
Patterns of Love in the Four- to Six-Year-Old Period and the Dispositional Effect They Create  478
Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
The Quality of Attachment and Oedipal Development  485
Miriam Steele, Ph.D.
Brothers, Sisters, and a Return to Reality  496
John Munder Ross, Ph.D.
Where Has Oedipus Gone? A Turn of The Century Contemplation  511
Rosemary H. Balsam, M.D.
Implicit and Explicit Dimensions of Oedipal Phenomenology: A Reassessment  520
James L. Fosshage, Ph.D.
The Oedipus Complex and Psychoanalytic Technique  535
Martin S. Bergmann
The Effacing of the Oedipus Complex  541
Elliot Adler, Ph.D.
Adolescent Trauma and the Oedipus Complex  548
Harold P. Blum, M.D.
Addendum; Afterthoughts on Little Hans and the Universality of the Oedipus Complex  557
Frank Lachmann, Ph.D.
Discussion  563
Steven Ellman, Ph.D.
EPILOGUE  579
Harriet Pappenheim and Eva Dubska Papiasvili
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