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Volume 34 (2014)

Issue 1 - Contours of Analytic Time and Space: Interminable Treatments, Extra- and Post-Analytic Contact
The Puzzle of Interminable Treatments  4
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Interminability as a Legitimate Need  20
David Kitron, M.A.
Revisiting “Analysis Terminable and Interminable”—Expressions of Death Instinct by Patients and Analyst  28
Phil Mollon, Ph.D.
How Psychoanalysis is Like a Roach Motel: Better Termination Through Better Metaphors  39
Christina Emanuel, Psy.D.
“Would You Speak to Me if We Saw Each Other on the Street?”: Reflections on Extra- and Post-Analytic Contact  52
Michael D. Clifford, Ph.D.
Cumulative Trauma and Relational Competence  63
Lester Lenoff, LCSW
Epilogue
Epilogue: Contours of Analytic Time and Space: Interminable Treatments, Extra- and Post-Analytic Contact  75
Lester Lenoff, LCSW
Issue 2 - Sándor Ferenczi and the Evolution of Psychoanalysis: Innovations in Theory and Technique
Prologue
Prologue: Sándor Ferenczi and the Evolution of Psychoanalysis: Innovations in Theory and Technique  77
Arnold Wm Rachman, Ph.D., F.A.G.P.A
Original Articles
A “Work in Progress” Between Past, Present and Future: The Dream in/of Sándor Ferenczi  80
Franco Borgogno, Ph.D.
Trauma—Revisited: Ferenczi and Modern Psychoanalysis  98
André Haynal
Ferenczi in Our Contemporary World  112
Judit Mészáros, Ph.D.
The Contemporary Relevance of Sándor Ferenczi’s Concept of Identification with the Aggressor to the Diagnosis and Analytic Treatment of Chronic PTSD  122
Eva Dubska Papiasvili, Ph.D., ABPP
Balancing Belonging and Self-Realization in Psychoanalysis: The Example of Sándor Ferenczi  135
Robert M. Prince, PhD., .ABPP
Sándor Ferenczi’s Analysis With Elizabeth Severn: “Wild Analysis” or Pioneering Treatment of the Incest Trauma  145
Arnold Wm. Rachman, Ph.D., F.A.G.P.A.
Miscellany
The Personal Meaning of Sándor Ferenczi’s Work for Contemporary Psychoanalysts  169
Arnold Wm. Rachman, Ph.D., F.A.G.P.A. and Susan A. Klett, LCSW-R, BCD, NCPsyA
Sándor Ferenczi’s Legacy: His Influence on My Work with Difficult Patients  171
Susan A. Klett, LCSW-R, BCD, NCPsyA
The Intruder  178
Michael Larivière, Ph.D.
Notes on “Confusion of Tongues” by S. Ferenczi  180
M. W.
Sándor Ferenczi as “The Bridge”: My Journey From Phenomenology and Humanistic Psychotherapy to Relational Analysis  182
Arnold Wm. Rachman, Ph.D., F.A.G.P.A.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Sándor Ferenczi and the Evolution of Psychoanalysis: Innovations in Theory and Technique  187
Arnold Wm. Rachman, Ph.D., F.A.G.P.A.
Issue 3 - How Do We Explain Psychoanalytic Improvement in Patients Who Have Been Highly Traumatized: An Exploration of Therapeutic Action in Psychoanalysis: Part I
Prologue
Prologue: How Do We Explain Psychoanalytic Improvement in Patients Who Have Been Highly Traumatized: An Exploration of Therapeutic Action in Psychoanalysis: Part I  189
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Original Articles
Release from Developmental Arrest—Early Childhood Trauma: The Case of Mrs. E  191
Ron Bodansky
Psychoanalytic Treatment of Trauma and the Analyst’s Personality  204
Salman Akhtar, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and Trauma  214
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
The Traumatized Patient’s Word and Temperament as Elements of Successful Psychotherapeutic Treatment  225
Barnet D. Malin, M.D.
Who is the Hero in the Life of the Traumatized Patient? Reflections on Bodansky’s Work with Mrs. E  234
Michael E. Shulman, Ph.D.
The Paradox of Holding and Recognizing and the Local Moving Along of the Therapeutic Process  240
Susanna Federici-Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
Out of Time: Siblings As Trauma Transmitters, Protectors, Sources of Courage: Meeting Ron Bodansky’s Protest  251
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Discussion of Ron Bodansky’s Case Presentation  262
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Discussion of Ron Bodansky’s Case Presentation: How We Explain Psychoanalytic Improvement in Patients Who Have Been Severely Traumatized  265
Andrea Harms, Ph.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: How Do We Explain Psychoanalytic Improvement in Patients Who Have Been Highly Traumatized: An Exploration of Therapeutic Action in Psychoanalysis: Part I  273
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Issue 4 - How Do We Explain Psychoanalytic Improvement in Patients Who Have Been Highly Traumatized: An Exploration of Therapeutic Action in Psychoanalysis: Part II
Prologue
Prologue: How Do We Explain Psychoanalytic Improvement in Patients Who Have Been Highly Traumatized: An Exploration of Therapeutic Action in Psychoanalysis: Part II  277
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Original Articles
Affective Attunement, Vulnerability, Empathy: The Analytic Experience With Veronica  279
Paolo Stramba-Badiale, Ph.D.
The Centrality of the Analyst’s Vulnerability to Interactive Regulation and Therapeutic Movement: Discussion of Paper by Paolo Stramba-Badiale, Titled, “Affective Attunement, Vulnerability, Empathy: The Analytic Experience With Veronica”  288
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
Discussion on “Affective Attunement, Vulnerability, Empathy: The Analytic Experience With Veronica” by Paolo Stramba-Badiale  295
Alan Kindler, M.D.
Comment: “Affective Attunement, Vulnerability, Empathy: The Analytic Experience With Veronica” by Paolo Stramba-Badiale  298
Howard D. Lerner, Ph.D.
Explaining Trauma in Highly Traumatized Patients: A Brain-Based Psychoanalytic Perspective  315
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Overcoming Powerlessness in the Clinical Exchange With Traumatized Patients  322
Giovanni Liotti, M.D.
Effective Therapeutic Action During Paolo Stramba-Badiale’s Analytic Experience With Veronica  337
Richard K. Hertel, Ph.D.
An Intimate Success With Veronica  353
Susan L. Flinders, Ph.D.
Treating Trauma: The Analyst’s Own Affect Regulation and Expression  364
Judith Guss Teicholz, ED.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: How Do You Explain Psychoanalytic Improvement in Patients Who Have Been Highly Traumatized: An Exploration of Therapeutic Action in Psychoanalysis: Part II  380
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Issue 5 - Specialness, Grandiosity, Omnipotence, Entitlement, and Indulgence: Changing Theories of Narcissism, Attitudes, and Culture
Prologue
Prologue: Specialness, Grandiosity, Omnipotence, Entitlement, and Indulgence: Changing Theories of Narcissism, Attitudes, and Culture  381
James L. Fosshage, Ph.D. and Sandra G. Hershberg, M.D.
An Interdisciplinary Perspective on the Dialectic Between Self Interest and Social Responsibilty
Too Little or Too Much  383
Gerald Stechler, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Theory and Clinical Process
Traversing Narcissistic Pathways: From Freud to Present Times  394
Steven J. Ellman, Ph.D.
Narcissism, Mania, and Analysts’ Envy of Patients  408
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
Positive Enactment as a Clinical Resource  421
Lester Lenoff
The Generation of the Romantic Ideal by a Self-Disordered Patient  430
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Developmental Theory and Parental Issues
Psychoanalysis and Child Rearing  440
Kerry Kelly Novick and Jack Novick, Ph.D.
The Preservation and Transmission of Cultural Values and Ideals: Challenges Facing Immigrant Families  452
Susannah Sherry, M.D. and Anna Ornstein, M.D.
Sociocultural Perspective
Grandiosity, Neoliberalism, and Neoconservatism  463
Lynne Layton, Ph.D.
Dreams of Glory: Narcissism and Politics  475
Jerrold M. Post, M.D.
Underpinnings of the Creative Process
Fame, Narcissism, and the Capacity for Intimacy: A Daughter’s Reflection  486
Sue Erikson Bloland, LCSW
Richard Wagner: Grandiosity, Entitlement, and its Metastases  498
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Specialness, Grandiosity, Omnipotence, Entitlement, and Indulgence: Changing Theories of Narcissism, Attitudes, and Culture  513
James L. Fosshage, Ph.D. and Sandra G. Hershberg, M.D.
Issue 6 - Never Ever Stop Learning More About Supervision
Prologue
Prologue: Never Ever Stop Learning More About Supervision  523
Imre Szecsödy, M.D.
Original Articles
Learning Objectives for Supervision: Benefits for Candidates and Beyond  528
Diana E. Moga, M.D., Ph.D. and Deborah L. Cabaniss, M.D.
Evaluation of Learning in Psychoanalytic Clinical Practice and Supervision  538
Jutta Kahl-Popp, DPV, VAKJP
Research Into the Relationship Experience in Supervision and Its Influence on the Psychoanalytical Identity Formation of Candidate Trainees  554
Waltraud Nagell, M.D., Lucia Steinmetzer, M.A., Ute Fissabre and Jan Spilski
A Bad and a Better Supervision Process; Actualized Relational Scenarios in Trainees: A Longitudinal Study of Nondisclosure in Psychodynamic Supervision  584
Hanne Strømme
The Vicissitudes of the Budapest Model of Supervision: Can We Learn From It Today?  606
Gábor Szőnyi
Proposal for a Common Language, Educationally-Informed Model of Psychoanalytic Supervision  619
C. Edward Watkins, Jr., Ph.D. and Douglas J. Scaturo, Ph.D.
Discussion
Discussion (I): Never Ever Stop Learning More About Supervision  634
Kenneth Israelstam
Discussion (II): Never Ever Stop Learning More About Supervision  642
Cláudio Laks Eizirik, M.D., Ph.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Never Ever Stop Learning More About Supervision  644
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Issue 7 - Analytic Lives in a Wounded World
Prologue
Prologue: Analytic Lives in a Wounded World  645
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Original Articles
From Memorials to Bomb Shelters: Navigating the Emotional Landscape of German Memory  649
Roger Frie
Memento Auschwitz: Growing Up in Post-War Germany  663
Martin Gossmann, M.D.
Discussion
The Transformation of Guilt into a Sense of Responsibility: Discussion of Articles by Roger Frie and Martin Gossmann  671
Anna Ornstein, M.D.
Growing Up in Conflict: The Personal and the Political  680
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
“You’ve Got to Be Carefully Taught”: How Apartheid Was Lived and Learned on a South African Farm  690
Tessa Philips, Ph.D.
(White) Voices: Discussion of Articles by Gillian Straker and Tessa Philips  702
Amanda Kottler, M.A.
My Long Journey Home: How the Acadian Exile Shaped My Life as a Therapist  708
Annette Richard, M.Ps.
Surrender to the Other: Meeting Annette Richard on the Historical, Personal, and Therapeutic Return from Exile  719
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.
When the External Conflict Quietly Invades the Intimacy of the Therapeutic Dyad: Reflections on Conducting Therapy Within the Context of Political Upheaval  723
Eldad Iddan, M.A.
Bearing Witness in Israel/Palestine: Finding My Voice  731
Rita Karuna Cahn, LCSW
Passion and Vulnerability: Clinical Practice and Witnessing in a Wounded Reality: Discussion of Articles by Eldad Iddan and Rita Karuna Cahn  741
Chana Ullman, Ph.D.
Circumstance of Birth: Life on the Color Line  746
Lynne Jacobs, Ph.D.
Discovery and Repair: Discussion of the Article by Lynne Jacobs  759
Janice Gump, Ph.D.
War, Peace, and Promise-Making: Becoming a Late-Life Activist  766
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
The Autobiography of an Activist with a Small a  776
Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
Returning to the Infinite—Kohut’s Empathy, Levinas’s Other, and the Ethical Imperative: Discussion of Articles by Doris Brothers and Joseph Lichtenberg  780
Maxwell Sucharov, M.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Analytic Lives in a Wounded World  788
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Issue 8 - Psychoanalysis and Evolution: The Tentative Connection
Editorial Board EOV  0
 
Miscellany
Editorial Board EOV  0
 
Prologue
Prologue: Psychoanalysis and Evolution: The Tentative Connection  789
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Original Articles
The Primary Processes: A Preliminary Exploration of A-Rational Mentation from an Evolutionary Viewpoint  792
Susan E. Cutler, Ph.D. and Linda A.W. Brakel, M.D.
The Evolutionary Significance of the Primary Process—The Freudian Concept and Its Revision  810
Arnold H. Modell, M.D.
The Making of Mind  817
R. Peter Hobson, Ph.D.
Sex and Sexuality: An Evolutionary View  831
John Launer, M.D.
Gerald Edelman’s Project: How Gerald Edelman’s Theory of Consciousness Completes Darwin’s Theory of Evolution and Provides a Basis for a Brain-Based Psychoanalytic Perspective  847
Lucyann Carlton, J.D.Psy.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
An Evolutionary Outlook on Motivation: Implications for the Clinical Dialogue  864
Mauricio Cortina, M.D. and Giovanni Liotti, M.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Psychoanalysis and Evolution: The Tentative Connection  900
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
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