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Volume 32 (2012)

Issue 1 - Reflections on Psychoanalytic Theory of Technique: Core Concept or Archaic Ritual?
Prologue: Reflections on Psychoanalytic Theory of Technique—Core Concept or Archaic Ritual  1
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Stumbling Along and Hanging In: If This Be Technique, Make the Most of It!  3
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
The Analyst's Theory in the Analyst's Mind  18
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Implicit Theories of Technique and the Values That Inspire Them  33
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Therapeutic Action: Old and New Explanations of Therapeutic Leverage  50
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Travels With Charlie: On My Long-Standing Affair With Theory  60
Theodore J. Jacobs, M.D.
We Could Do Much Better With the Clinical Theory of Psychoanalysis  69
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Comments on the Development of a Psychoanalytic Technique  79
Michael Shulman, Ph.D.
Some Reflections on Psychoanalytic Technique: In Need of Core Concepts or an Archaic Ritual?  87
David Tuckett
Epilogue: Reflections on Psychoanalytic Theory of Technique—Core Concept or Archaic Ritual  109
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Issue 2 - The Community Analyst in Troubled Worlds
Prologue: The Community Analyst in Troubled Worlds  111
Bruce Sklarew
So That Our Dreams Will Not Escape Us: Learning to Think Together in Time of War  115
Martha Bragin
Psychoanalysis and the Forward Edge Hit the Streets: The Analytic Service to Adolescents Program (ASAP)  136
Mark D. Smaller
The Analyst at the Morgue: Helping Families Deal With Traumatic Bereavement  147
Bruce H. Sklarew, Stephanie Handel and Susan Ley
A Psychoanalytic Institute in the Trenches  158
Melvin Bornstein
Grandparents Parenting Again: Challenges, Strengths, and Implications for Practice  163
Deborah Langosch
Attachment, Aggression, and the Prevention of Malignant Prejudice  171
Henri Parens
Helping the Helpers: Consultation to Childcare Staff Using Psychoanalytically Informed Developmental Concepts  186
Phyllis Ackman
Racial Difference in Therapy  205
Carlotta G. Miles
Epilogue: The Community Analyst in Troubled Worlds  221
Bruce Sklarew
Issue 3 - The Analyst's Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis
Prologue: The Analyst's Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis  223
Alan J. Barnett, Ph.D.
Playing Along the Porous Edge of Chaos and Discipline: Pathways to the Creative Analytic Process  225
Arthur Robbins, Ed.D.
Distinction–Union Structure  246
Michael Eigen, Ph.D.
Creativity in the Consulting Room: Factors of Fertility and Infertility  257
Antonino Ferro, M.D.
Dancing With the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis  275
Danielle Knafo, Ph.D.
Creativity Finds Its Way Into the Psychoanalytic Consulting Room  292
Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
From Mortification to Metamorphosis  300
Charles Wasserman, M.D.
From Disconnection to the Seesaw to the Stage  318
Susana I. Martinez, M.Phil., L.P.
Discussion: The Analyst's Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis  330
Alan J. Barnett, Ph.D.
Epilogue: The Analyst's Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis  336
Alan J. Barnett, Ph.D.
Issue 4 - The Mind of the Executive
Prologue: The Mind of the Executive  337
Laura Huggler
“Self-Awareness”: At the Interface of Executive Development and Psychoanalytic Therapy  340
Steven D. Axelrod
Intrapsychic Impediments to Effective Leadership  358
Alan Krohn
CEOs on the Couch: The Importance of the Therapeutic Alliance When Working With Executives  368
Laura Huggler
Theory and Practice of Executive Consultation: Case Illustration in a Research Laboratory Setting  384
Thomas Hoffman
The Mind of the Executive Through the Eyes of Psychoanalytic Partners  393
Paula Christian-Kliger and William R. Nixon, Jr.
The Mind of a Leaderless Organization  412
Craig Lichtman
Epilogue: The Mind of the Executive  424
Laura Huggler
Issue 5 - Psychoanalysis and Cyberspace
Prologue  425
Christine C. Kieffer, Ph.D.
The Blank Screen of Cyberspace  426
Norman V. Kohn and Jeffrey D. Roth
Psychoanalysis Lost—And Found—In Our Culture of Simulation and Enhancement  438
Todd Essig
Cybermourning: Grief in Flux From Object Loss to Collective Immortality  454
Stephen Hartman
The Techno-Body and the Future of Psychoanalysis  468
Isaac Tylim
Obscuring Desire: A Special Pattern of Male Adolescent Masturbation, Internet Pornography, and the Flight From Meaning  480
Robert M. Galatzer-Levy
On Video Games, Culture, and Therapy  496
Kourosh Dini
Psychoanalysis and the Internet: Postscript  506
Bonnie E. Litowitz
Epilogue  513
Christine C. Kieffer
Issue 6 - If I Were Writing Civilization and Its Discontents Today, What Would I Write?
Prologue: If I Were Writing Civilization and Its Discontents Today, What Would I Write?  521
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents and Related Works: A Reappraisal  524
Zvi Lothane
Civilization and Its Dream of Contentment: Reflections on the Unity of Humankind  543
Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Ph.D.
Civilization and Its Discontents  559
Barry Shapiro
Cultures and Their Discontents: On the Cultural Mediation of Shame and Guilt  570
Douglas Hollan
Civilization and Its Discontents in Anthropological Perspective, Eight Decades On  582
Robert A. Paul, Ph.D.
Civilization and Its Discontents in the 21 st Century: Freud, Shakespeare, and Romantic Love  596
Richard Raspa, Ph.D.
Epilogue: If I Were Writing Civilization and Its Discontents Today, What Would I Write?  607
Melvin Bornstein
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