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Volume 31 (2011)

Issue 1 - Consequences of "Empathy": Kohut in the 21st Century: Part I
Issue Editor: Lester Lenoff, M.S.W.
Lester Lenoff
Empathy in Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice  3
Donald Grant and Edwin Harari
Empathy—The Indispensable Ingredient in the Impossible Profession  17
David Kitron
A Kohutian Perspective on the Foreclosure of the Freudian Transference in Modern British Technique  28
Phil Mollon, Ph.D.
Heinz Kohut and John Bowlby: The Men and Their Ideas  42
Elizabeth Carr, APRN and MSN and BC and Mauricio Cortina, M.D.
Kohut and Lacan: Mirror Opposites  58
Barnet D. Malin, M.D.
Reading Kohut Through Husserl  75
Bruce Reis, Ph.D.
Lester Lenoff
Issue 2 - Metaphoric Processes: The Common Ground for Psychoanalytic Perspectives
Issue Editor: S. Montana Katz, Ph.D.
Prologue  87
S. Montana Katz
Metaphor in Psychoanalysis: Bane or Blessing?  90
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
Metaphor as Conflict, Conflict as Metaphor  107
Léon Wurmser, Ph.D.h.c.
Not Even Wrong  126
Arnold H. Modell, M.D.
Unconscious Metaphoric Processes as a Basis for an Inclusive Model of Psychoanalytic Perspectives  134
S. Montana Katz, L.P.
The Nonverbal Unconscious: Collision and Collusion of Metaphor  147
Robert S. White, M. D.
Metaphor and Metonymy as the Basis of a New Psychoanalytic Language  159
Antal Borbely, M.D.
Reconnecting Psychoanalysis to Mainstream Psychology: Metaphor as Glue  172
Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D. and Nikaya Becker-Matero, M.A.
Discussion  185
Ana-María Rizzuto, M.D.
Epilogue  202
S. Montana Katz
Issue 3 - Psychoanalytic Work With Patients Diagnosed With Asperger’s Syndrome
Issue Editor: Katharine Gould, L.C.S.W.
Prologue  203
Katharine Gould, L.C.S.W
The Inner Fortress: Symptom and Meaning in Asperger's Syndrome  208
Bertram J. Cohler and Talia Weiner
Psychoanalyzing a Vulcan: The Importance of Mental Organization in Treating Asperger's Patients  222
Alan Sugarman
Fantasy Play as the Conduit for Change in the Treatment of a Six-Year-Old Boy With Asperger's Syndrome  240
Katharine Gould
The Dyadic Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Toddler With Autism Spectrum Disorder  252
Susan P. Sherkow
Finding the Pot of Gold: Using Psychotherapy to Assist the Emotional Development of a Four-Year-Old Girl Diagnosed With Asperger's Disorder  276
J. P. Shaft
Asperger's Syndrome: A Mixed Picture  288
Maria Rhode
Connecting With Two Asperger's Syndrome Patients—With the Help of Some Ants  303
Eva-Maria Topel and Frank M. Lachmann
Parenting the Asperger's Child: Extraordinary Demands and Pitfalls  320
Katharine Gould
Asperger's Disorder: Implications for Psychoanalysis  334
Fred R. Volkmar
Epilogue  345
Katharine Gould, L.C.S.W.
Issue 4 - Procreation
Prologue  347
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
On Childlessness  350
Nancy Kulish, Ph.D.
“Where Do the Ova Go?” An Analytic Exploration of Fantasies Regarding Infertility  366
Aisha Abbasi, M.D.
Some Thoughts About the Psychological Issues Related to Assisted Reproductive Technology  380
Malkah Tolpin Notman, M.D.
The Quest for Motherhood: When Fertilization Fails  392
Rosemary H. Balsam, M.D.
Pregnancy as a Resistance  404
Mary Jane Otte, Ph.D.
Procreation, Creative Work, and Motherhood  417
Jennifer Stuart, Ph.D.
Procreation—A Discussion  430
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Epilogue  434
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Issue 5 - Consequences of “Empathy”: Kohut in the 21st Century: Part II
Prologue  435
Lester Lenoff, LCSW
The Centrality of Empathy in Psychoanalysis  437
Paul H. Ornstein, M.D.
The Challenge to and of the “Outsider”: The Reception of Kohut's Ideas by an Analyst Trained in a Different Tradition  448
Ricardo Bernardi, M.D.
Procedural Interpretation: A Method of Working Between the Lines in the Nonverbal Realm  462
Bruce Herzog, M.D.
The Tao of Self Psychology: Was Heinz Kohut a Taoist Sage?  475
Farrell Silverberg, N.C.Psy.A.
She Wears Her Holding With a Difference: Joyce Slochower's Work on “Holding”  489
Lester Lenoff, LCSW
Holding, Collaborating, Colliding: A Cross Theoretical Conversation  501
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D.
Epilogue  513
Lester Lenoff, LCSW
Issue 6 - Psychoanalysis from the Inside: Our Own Analyses
Prologue: Psychoanalysis From the Inside—Our Own Analyses  517
Carol B. Levin
A Voice Lost, A Voice Found: After the Death of the Analyst  526
Robin A. Deutsch
Discussion of Robin Deutsch's “A Voice Lost, A Voice Found: After the Death of the Analyst”  536
Adrienne Harris
Just Do It  543
Jean Wixom
Discussion of Jean Wixom's “Just Do It”  550
Philip A. Ringstrom
A Psychoanalyst's Story: A Simple Discovery After Years of Searching  554
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Creative Self-Revitalization: Discussion of Mel Bornstein's “A Psychoanalyst's Story: A Simple Discovery After Years of Searching”  566
Joseph Lichtenberg
Soft Assembly: Expanding the Field of Therapeutic Actions in (My Training) Analysis  570
Carol B. Levin
Learning From Distributed Experience: Discussion of Carol Levin's “Soft Assembly: Expanding the Field of Therapeutic Actions in (My Training) Analysis”  584
William J. Coburn
Time to Say Goodbye: On Time, Trauma, and Termination  591
Dianne Elise
Epilogue: Psychoanalysis From the Inside—Our Own Analyses  601
Carol B. Levin
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