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Volume 34 (2020)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Jessica Yakeley
Psychic room to breathe. Themes emerging within a staff Balint group on an eating disorder inpatient unit  4
Dimitrios Chartonas, Anneka John-Kamen, Robert Freudenthal and Rachel Gibbons
Short term psychodynamic psychotherapy (STPP) for clients with complex and enduring difficulties within NHS mental health services: a case series  18
Javier Malda Castillo, Sophie Valavanis and Guillermo Perez Algorta
The function of the art object: art-psychotherapy theory and practice  37
Liam Bierschenk
Psychoanalysis, the NHS and mental health work today: edited by Alison Vaspe, London, Karnac Books 2017, 320pp., £34.99 (paperback/E-book), ISBN 9781 78220 3681  52
David O’Driscoll
The challenges and mysteries of sexuality  56
Heather Wood
Violent states and creative minds (2 volume set): edited by John Adlam, Tilman Kluttig and Bandy X. Lee, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2018, £65.00 (paperback), ISBN 9781785920479  65
David Pilgrim
Holding time: human need and relationships in dementia care: by Esther Ramsay-Jones, London, Free Association Books, 2019, 240 pp., £14.99 (paperback), ISBN 10: 1-91-138325-6; £14.99 (paperback), ISBN 13: 978-1-91-138325-3  68
Phil McEvoy
Books available for review  71
Issue 2 - The State of the Psychoanalytic Nation
Editorial  73
Jessica Yakeley
Psychodynamic therapy in Canada in the era of evidence-based practice  78
Allan A. Abbass, Giorgio A. Tasca, Helen-Maria Vasiliadis, Jessica Spagnolo, David Kealy, Paul L. Hewitt, Catherine Hébert, Martin Drapeau and Norman Doidge
Access to psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in the US  100
Eric M. Plakun
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Austria  111
Karoline Parth, Melitta Fischer-Kern, Hemma Rössler-Schülein and Stephan Doering
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Finland  129
Olavi Lindfors and Matti Keinänen
Psychodynamic therapy in the public sector in Italy: then and now. The opportunity of evidence-based practice in the birthplace of ‘care-in-the-community’  147
Paolo Migone
Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy in the South African context  163
Yael Kadish and Cora Smith
Issue 3
Editorial  181
Jessica Yakeley
Balint groups with junior doctors: a systematic review  184
Emma Salter, Adrian Hayes, Roxanne Hart, Rose-Anne Orrell, Joseph Jameson, Christopher Knight, Jenny Pickhaver and Anna Baverstock
Tinnitus, paranoid psychosis, homicide and the identificate in an amiable man  205
Philip Lucas, MD FRCPsych
Gripped by the chaos: a psychoanalytically-informed qualitative exploration of adolescent ADHD  228
Johanna Clancy, John O’Connor and Clodagh Ni Mhaolain
Some very important people are depressed; get over it! A three-part narrative review of depression memoirs in the public sphere  246
Jeremy Clarke
The power of music, psychoanalytic explorations: by Roger Kennedy, Bicester, Phoenix House Publishing, 2020, 148 pp., £25 (paperback), ISBN 9781912691739  263
Penelope Campling
Books available for review  269
Arabella Kurtz
Evidence-based psychoanalytic case study-prize  270
Jeremy Clarke
Issue 4
Editorial  275
Paul Cundy
Is a ‘good enough’ experience possible for patients and clinicians through remote consultations? A guide to surviving remote therapy, based on psychoanalytic and neuroscientific literature  278
Angeliki Zoumpouli
An unthinkable and unbearable injury: psychoanalytically-oriented qualitative research with men who have experienced intimate partner violence  293
Laura Philpott and John O’Connor
A psychoanalytic contribution to the understanding of criminal tendencies  309
Giulio de Felice, Nicola Palmiero, Alessandra Mirabella, Agostina Belli, Alice Nese, Giuseppe Nese and Giuseppe De Vita
Some very important people are depressed. Get over it! A three-part narrative review of depression memoirs in the public sphere. Part 2: The pioneers and the unexpected rise of the depression memoir  325
Jeremy Clarke
Psychoanalytic perspectives on illegitimacy, adoption and reproduction technology: strangers as kin: by Prophecy Coles, London, Routledge, 2020, 221 pp., £29.99 (paperback), ISBN 9780367367428  346
Faye Carey
Books available for review  353
Evidence-based psychoanalytic case study-prize  354
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