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List of Articles

Volume 33 (2019)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Jessica Yakeley
Something torn or burst or unbearable: a psychoanalytically-informed exploration of the experience of somatic symptoms  5
A. Byrne, J. O’Connor, J. Wilson O’Raghallaigh and S. MacHale
Trainee psychotherapy effectiveness at a psychodynamic training clinic: a practice-based study  20
David R. Paine, Chance A. Bell, Steven J. Sandage, David Rupert, Miriam Bronstein, Christopher G. O’Rourke, George S. Stavros, Sarah H. Moon and Lauren E. Kehoe
Influence of personal therapy on learning and development of psychotherapeutic skills  34
Katarina Åstrand and Rolf Sandell
Terror in the countertransference: extreme anxiety as a clinician and organisational leader and its effects  49
Raman Kapur
Book Reviews
Revealing the inner world of traumatised children and young people: an attachment-informed model for assessing emotional needs and treatment  62
Eleni Zacharia
British psychoanalysis: new perspectives in the independent tradition  65
Heather Wood
Authenticity in the psychoanalytic encounter: the work of Irma Brenman Pick  72
Jane Peringer
Issue 2
Editorial  75
Jessica Yakeley
Development of dynamic interpersonal therapy in complex care (DITCC): a pilot study  77
Amra S Rao, Alessandra Lemma, Peter Fonagy, Marta Sosnowska, Matthew P Constantinou, Malgorzata Fijak-Koch and Gilla Gelberg
Dynamic interpersonal therapy as experienced by young adults  99
Cajsa Landström, Lisa Levander and Björn Philips
Managing the monster in the mind: a psychoanalytically informed qualitative study exploring the experiences of people diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder  117
K. Mulhall, J. O’Connor and K. Timulakova
Short-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adolescents with depression. A treatment manual: by Simon Cregeen, Carol Hughes, Nick Midgley, Maria Rhode and Margaret Rustin, London, Karnac Books, 2017, 267 pp., £29.99 (paperback), ISBN: 978-1-78220-352.  133
Emma Tilbury
Mentalization-based treatment for children: a time-limited approach: by Nick Midgley, Karin Ensink, Karin Lindqvist, Norka Malberg, & Nicole Muller, Washington, DC, American Psychological Association, 2017, 268 pp., £49.38 (Hardcover), ISBN 978-1-4338-2732-7; £49.38 (Kindle Edition)  136
Holly Dwyer Hall
Textbook of applied psychoanalysis: edited by Salman Akhtar and Stuart Twemlow, Abingdon and New York, Routledge, 2018, 484 pp., £65 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-78220-187-8  142
Poul Rohleder
Process facilitation in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and social work: by Sylvia O’Neill, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge, 2019, 179 pp., £27.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-138-59109-7  145
Rachel Chaplin
Evidence-based psychoanalytic case study-prize  150
Books available for review  155
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