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Volume 32 (2018)

Issue 1
Editorial
Editorial  1
Jessica Yakeley
Articles
Going backstage: a psychoanalytically informed study with amateur musicians in adult mental health services  4
Lorcan Fingleton, John O’Connor and Greg Stynes
The Vasarhelyi method of child art psychotherapy: an adjunctive treatment in childhood depression  19
Aynur Coşkunlu, Ezgi Tanıl, Anne Coffey, Dicle Büyüktaşkın and Aisling Mulligan
Falling outside of the ‘nice little binary box’: a psychoanalytic exploration of the non-binary gender identity  40
Mairéad Losty and John O’Connor
Balint groups in undergraduate medical education: a systematic review  61
Alice Monk, Daniel Hind and Helen Crimlisk
Book Reviews
Melanie Klein revisited: pioneer and revolutionary in the psychoanalysis of young children  87
Jenny Kenrick
The trouble with illness: how illness and disability affect relationships  91
Julian Stern
Issue 2 - The social and interpersonal origins of depression today
Editorial
Guest Editorial  95
Jeremy Clarke
Epistemological flaws in NICE review methodology and its impact on recommendations for psychodynamic psychotherapies for complex and persistent depression  102
Susan McPherson, Felicitas Rost, Joel Town and Allan Abbass
The interpersonal structure of depression  122
Matthew Ratcliffe
Original Articles
The active ingredients of dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT): an exploration of clients’ experiences  140
Venetia Leonidaki, Alessandra Lemma and Imogen Hobbis
The process of change in ethnic minority males undergoing psychodynamic psychotherapy: a detailed comparison of two cases  157
Tohar Dolev, Sigal Zilcha-Mano, Harold Chui, Marna S. Barrett, Kevin S. McCarthy and Jacques P. Barber
The secret sorrows of men: impact of Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy on ‘masculine depression’  181
Joanna S. Dognin and Cory K. Chen
‘Post-natal’ depression in fathers, or Early Fatherhood Depression  197
Sameer P. Sarkar
Influence of childhood trauma on depression in the INDDEP study  217
Anna Lea Docter, Almut Zeeck, Jörn von Wietersheim and Heinz Weiss
Review Essay
Suicide and survivalism: a public sector perspective on two new books  235
Rachel Hodgins
On being surrounded by loss  243
Paul Hoggett
Issue 3
Editorial  247
Jessica Yakeley
Team splitting and the ‘borderline personality’: a relational reframe  249
Huw Green
I, Me, You & Us: can a psychodynamic model provide a relational perspective on psychosis?  267
Justin Stephenson
The theoretical basis of the Conversational Model of Therapy  282
Else Guthrie and Jim Moorey
Suicide risk in the detachment from reality: failures in the quest for love that saves  301
Maurizio Pompili
Book Review
Screen relations: the limits of computer-mediated psychoanalysis and psychotherapy  315
Malika Verma
Psychotherapy for people diagnosed with schizophrenia  321
Bent Rosenbaum
Unrepressed unconscious, implicit memory, and clinical work  326
Cathryn Richardson
Issue 4
Editorial  331
Jessica Yakeley
Catch 22: the inflammatory nature of insight  335
Marcus Evans
Mobilizing self through short-term dynamic interpersonal psychotherapy: a preliminary report  351
Janine Stevenson, Joan Haliburn, Shaun Halovic, Anthony Korner and Loyola McLean
A process study of long-term treatment: comparing a successful and a less successful outcome  368
M. Drapeau, K. Stelmaszczyk, D. Baucom, M. Henry and C. Hébert
Receiving slaps, receiving words. The violence of separation in a public service time limited psychotherapy group for adolescents  385
Laura Balottin, Valentina Palvarini and Maurizio Salis
Book Review
The new analyst’s guide to the galaxy: questions about contemporary psychoanalysis  396
Sarah Jones
Art therapy for psychosis: theory and practice  398
Swapna Kongara
For where you are gathered, I will be: experiencing the third  401
Claire Bacha
Beyond Doer and Done to: Recognition Theory, Intersubjectivity and the Third  407
Haroula Konstantinidou
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