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Volume 71 (2018)

Developmental and Psychosocial Aspects of Suicide: Treating Patients and Understanding Survivors
Developmental and Psychosocial Aspects of Suicide: Treating Patients and Understanding Survivors: An Introduction to the Section  1
Jane G. Tillman, Ph.D.
The Treacherous Path: Developmental Psychopathology and the Evolution of Risk for Suicide  5
Katie C. Lewis, Ph.D.
Emerging Adults, Identity Development, and Suicidality: Implications for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  20
Mark Schechter, M.D., Benjamin Herbstman, M.D., Elsa Ronningstam, Ph.D. and Mark J. Goldblatt, M.D.
Suicidality in LGBTQ+ Youth  40
Susan C. Vaughan, M.D.
Restoring Hope for the Future: Mentalization-Based Therapy in the Treatment of a Suicidal Adolescent  55
Shweta Sharma, PsyD and J. Christopher Fowler, Ph.D.
It’s Not Who You Know, It’s How You Think You Know Them: Suicide Exposure and Suicide Bereavement  76
Julie Cerel, Ph.D. and Rebecca L. Sanford, Ph.D.
The Child Analyst at Work
“Watch Me!” A Testimonial to the Importance of Bearing Witness in Child Analysis  97
Gabrielle Silver, M.D. and Karen Gilmore, M.D.
Marianne Kris Memorial Lecture
The Importance of Promoting a Sense of Self-Agency in Child Psychoanalysis  108
Alan Sugarman, Ph.D.
Heinz Hartmann Award Lecture
“Love’s Not Time’s Fool”: Some Continuities, Discontinuities, and Alterations in Psychoanalysis During My Lifetime  123
Anton O. Kris, M.D.
So You Want to Start a Psychoanalytic School? Succumbing to An Almost “Irresistible Temptation”
So You Want to Start a Psychoanalytic School? Succumbing to An Almost “Irresistible Temptation” An Introduction to the Section  130
Denia G. Barrett, M.S.W.
The Hietzing Years  137
Elizabeth Ann Danto, Ph.D.
The Hanna Perkins School: Reflections on Change  149
Barbara U. Streeter, M.S.
The Lucy Daniels Center: From School to Community Agency  164
Donald L. Rosenblitt, M.D.
“Let’s Get Together and …”: Starting and Continuing Allen Creek, a Psychoanalytic School  170
Kerry Kelly Novick, AB, BA and Jack Novick, Ph.D.
Postscript: The New School in the Heights  183
Felecia Powell-Williams, ED.D. and Diane Daniels Manning, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytically Informed School Consultation as Seen from the Point of View of a School: “Invisible Mending”  190
Carol Mason Wolfe, M. Ed.
So You Want to Start a Psychoanalytic School? Succumbing to An Almost “Irresistible Temptation”: Discussion for the Section  201
Denia G. Barrett, M.S.W.
Celebrating Western New England’s 60th Anniversary: Hans Loewald’s Enduring Contribution to Psychoanalysis
Opening Remarks: Celebrating Western New England’s 60th Anniversary: Hans Loewald’s Enduring Contribution to Psychoanalysis: The Western New England Psychoanalytic Society Symposium, March 28th, 2015  205
Angela Cappiello, MD, PhD
Internalization, After Loewald: A Powerful and Clinically Useful Concept for Psychodynamics  208
Rosemary H. Balsam, F.R.C. Psych (London), M.R.C.P. (Edinburgh)
The Play’s the Thing: Loewald’s Metaphors of the Theater and the Force-Field  217
Elizabeth A. Brett, Ph.D.
Love, Respect, and Being Centered Upon: Loewald’s Image of Development in Childhood and the Consulting Room  224
Nancy J. Chodorow, Ph.D.
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