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Volume 11 (2014)

Issue 1
Commentaries
Issues on Therapeutic Action and Self Psychology: A Commentary  1
James L. Fosshage, PhD
Commentaries
Reply to James L. Fosshage: Therapeutic Action and Self Psychology  7
Kenneth A. Frank, PhD and Kim Bernstein, PhD
A Brief Reply to Kenneth A. Frank and Kim Bernstein  14
James L. Fosshage, PhD
A Final Response to James L. Fosshage: Some Further Thoughts on Our Respective Positions on Kohut and Therapeutic Action  18
Kenneth A. Frank, PhD and Kim Bernstein, PhD
Papers
“If Someone Is There” 1: On Finding and Having One's Own Mind  23
Jonathan H. Slavin, ABPP
On Mattering, Materiality, and “Transitional Memory”: A Discussion of Jonathan H. Slavin's Essay  35
Jill Gentile, PhD
Discussion of Jonathan H. Slavin's “‘If Someone Is There’: On Finding and Having One's Own Mind”  44
Charles Spezzano, PhD
Touching Becomes Touching: Mind, Body, and Sexuality in a New Relational Psychoanalysis—Reply to Discussions  49
Jonathan H. Slavin, ABPP
Review Essay
Psychoanalysis and Its Social Context: A Review Essay of A Psychoanalysis for the People, by Lewis Aron and Karen Starr (2013), Routledge, New York, 442 pages.  58
Paul L. Wachtel, PhD
Global Perspectives
An Interview with Emanuel Berman  69
Jill Choder-Goldman, LCSW
Creative LiterarySix Poems—Memories of Childhood
Notes from the Creative Literary Editor  80
Bonnie Zindel, LCSW
Cinderella Finally Speaks to Her Analyst About Her Mother  81
Salita S. Bryant
Prayer, at nine and a half  83
Salita S. Bryant
Fifth-Grade Sex Ed  84
Salita S. Bryant
Playground of Dreams  86
Rosanne Taylor
For a few days went home to see  90
Amy Allara
Said Farewell October 8th  91
Amy Allara
Issue 2
Editorial
A Brief Note from the Editors  93
 
Papers
Creating Therapeutic “Space”: How Architecture and Design Can Inform Psychoanalysis  94
Leanne Domash, Ph.D.
The Stain on the Rug: Commentary on Paper by Leanne Domash  112
Mark Gerald, Ph.D.
Site, Incite, and Insight—Architecture and Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Leanne Domash’s Paper  122
Esther Sperber
Intergenerational Dreaming: Response to Gerald and Sperber  133
Leanne Domash, Ph.D.
Introduction to “Being Railroaded: A Candidate’s Struggle to Stay on Track”  138
Kenneth A. Frank, Ph.D.
Being Railroaded: A Candidate’s Struggle to Stay on Track  140
Matt Aibel, LCSW
The Flow of Enactive Engagement: Commentary on Matt Aibel’s “Being Railroaded: A Candidate’s Struggle to Stay on Track”  164
Robert Grossmark, Ph.D.
On Finding One’s Voice as an Analyst: Commentary on Matt Aibel’s “Being Railroaded: A Candidate’s Struggle to Stay on Track”  173
Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg, PhD, ABPP
Response to Commentaries  188
Matt Aibel, LCSW
Book Review
Living Out Loud: A Review of Clinical Implications of the Psychoanalyst’s Life Experience: When the Personal Becomes Professional, edited by Steven Kuchuck (2014), Routledge, New York, 254 pages.  198
Sandra Buechler, Ph.D.
An Interview with Steven Kuchuck, Editor of Clinical Implications of the Psychoanalyst’s Life Experience: When the Personal Becomes Professional  205
Sandra Buechler, Ph.D.
Creative Literary / Dreams as PoetryLost and Found
Notes from the Creative Literary Editor  210
Bonnie Zindel, LCSW
Creative Literary / Dreams as Poetry—Lost and Found
Lou Reed Is Dead  212
Susan Obrecht, LCSW
The Trees Keep Me Awake  214
Susan Hans, Ph.D.
Scenic Fall  215
Gottfried M. Heuer, Ph.D.
Senescence  216
Alexandra Eitel, MFA
Before  217
Heather B. MacIntosh, Ph.D.
After  220
Heather B. MacIntosh, Ph.D.
Private Lives
Introduction to “In the Bedroom Next Door”  221
Clemens Loew, Ph.D.
In the Bedroom Next Door  222
Eric Sherman, LCSW
Erratum
Erratum  227
 
Issue 3
Miscellaneous
Editorial Board EOV  0
 
Papers
Recalibrating a Psychoanalytic Compass: Searching for Flexibility in the Midst of Grief and Loss  229
Adam Kaplan, Ph.D.
The Clinician Mourns Alone: Adam Kaplan’s “Recalibrating a Psychoanalytic Compass”  243
Donna M. Orange, PhD, PsyD
On Being an Analyst Before and After the Death of a Patient: Commentary on a Paper by Adam Kaplan  248
Martin Stephen Frommer, Ph.D.
On Standing Alone in a Crowded Room: Response to Donna Orange and Martin Stephen Frommer  257
Adam Kaplan, Ph.D.
Look Who’s Talking! The Ongoing Problem of the Female Voice  265
Janet Rivkin Zuckerman, Ph.D.
We Have Many Voices! Discussion of Janet Zuckerman’s “Look Who’s Talking! The Ongoing Problem of the Female Voice”  284
Lisa S. Lyons, Ph.D.
Still Dangerous: Women and Public Speaking  294
Catherine Baker-Pitts, PhD, LCSW
Everybody’s Talking! Response to Discussants  306
Janet Rivkin Zuckerman, Ph.D.
Book Review
Changing Patterns of Intimacy: A Review of Intimacies: A New World of Relational Life: edited by Alan Frank, Patricia Ticineto Clough, and Steven Seidman (2013), Routledge, New York, 296 pages  316
Roger Salerno, Ph.D.
Creative Literary Arts / Dreams as Poetry II
Notes from the Creative Literary Editor  322
Bonnie Zindel, LCSW
Psychoanalysis: A Dream  324
Victoria Pollock, MA, RSW, RMFT
The Mermaid’s Tale  325
Leanne Domash, Ph.D.
Dirt and Time  326
Terrance McLarnan, MFT
The Lost Shoes  328
Linda Siegel, MPS, ATR-BC, LCAT
Body Dream  329
Karen Hopenwasser, M.D.
The Next Stop  331
Pauline Nolan, Ph.D.
Global Perspectives
An Interview with Adam Phillips  334
Jill Choder-Goldman, LCSW
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