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List of Articles

Volume 2 (2004, 2005)

Issue 1
Introduction  1
Judith Becker Greenwald, C.S.W.
Letters to the Editors: Reflections on the Inaugural Issue  3
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
Letters to the Editors: Reflections on the Inaugural Issue  3
Louis R. Ormont, Ph.D.
Letters to the Editors: Reflections on the Inaugural Issue  4
Glenys Lobban, Ph.D.
Letters to the Editors: Reflections on the Inaugural Issue  4
Gil Spielberg, Ph.D., F.A.G.P.A.
Roundtable Discussion
Is Politics the Last Taboo in Psychoanalysis?  5
A Roundtable Discussion with Neil Altman, Ph.D., Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D., Paul Wachtel, Ph.D. and Ted Jacobs, M.D.
Politics and/of/in/for Psychoanalysis  39
Andrew Samuels, D.H.L.
What Dare We (Not) Do? Psychoanalysis: A Voice in Politics?  49
Cleonie White, Ph.D.
Something's Gone Missing  57
Muriel Dimen, Ph.D.
Political Identity: A Personal Postscript  65
Amanda Hirsch Geffner, M.A., C.S.W.
Gender and Intersubjectivity
Remote Control: Mothers, Sons, and Subjectivity  75
Luise Eichenbaum, C.S.W.
Creative Literary Arts
Crumbs  88
Thomas Ogden, M.D.
For You, Time  89
Emily B. Ogden, B.A
Book Review
Is There Something Happening Here? Buddhism and Psychoanalysis: Psychoanalysis and Buddhism: An Unfolding Dialogue, edited by Jeremy D. Safran (2003). Somerville, MA: Wisdom Publications, 443 pages.  91
Kenneth Porter, M.D.
Conference Review
Afterthoughts: Comments and Reactions to the N.I.P. 15th Annual Conference: Shame and Sexuality  101
Ronnie Levine, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Letters to the Editors  1
Susan Bodnar, Ph.D.
Commentary on Roundtable: “Is Politics the Last Taboo in Psychoanalysis?”  3
Lynne Layton, Ph.D.
Meeting Lew Aron's Mind: An Interview  9
Beth Dorfman, L.C.S.W. and Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
Introduction  27
Judith Becker Greenwald, L.C.S.W.
Discussions of “When the Trauma is Terrorism and the Therapist is Traumatized Too: Working as an Analyst Since 9/11,” by Mary Gail Grawley-O'Dea, Ph.D.
Who's Who and What to do When Catastrophe Strikes: Considerations for Psychoanalysis in Post-9/11 America  29
Elizabeth Goren, Ph.D.
Did 9/11 Change Everything?: Terrorism and its Challenges to the Psychoanalyst  51
Michael D. Clifford, M.Div., L.C.S.W.
9/11: What do We Call it? How do We Work with it?: Response to Elizabeth Goren and Michael Clifford  67
Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea, Ph.D.
From the Crumbs of a Cookie: The Poetics of the Subjective in the Therapeutic Encounter  75
Ionas Sapountzis, Ph.D.
Creative Literary Arts
A Note from the Creative Literary Editor  93
Bonnie Zindel, L.C.S.W.
The Day of Michelangelo  95
Bonnie Zindel, L.C.S.W.
My Body Grew on Me  105
Esther Hanoch, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.
Book Review
Walking the Fine Line of Enactment: Elasticity of Technique with Traumatized Patients: Playing Hard at Life: A Relational Approach to Treating Multiply Traumatized Adolescents, by Etty Cohen (2003). Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 230 pages.  107
Elizabeth K. Krimendahl, Psy.D.
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