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Volume 15 (1999)

Acknowledgment  v
 
Introduction  xv
James M. Fisch, M.D.
Chapter 1 From the Kohut Archives  1
Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D.
I The Clinical Situation
Chapter 2 The Selfobject Transferences Reconsidered  15
Crayton E. Rowe, Jr., M.S.W.
Chapter 3 The Selfobject Function of Interpretation  31
Peter Buirski, Ph.D. and Pamela Haglund, Psy.D.
Chapter 4 The Optimal Conversation: A Concern About Current Trends Within Self Psychology  51
Allen M. Siegel, M.D.
II Theory Of Technique
Chapter 5 On Boundaries and Intimacy in Psychoanalysis  83
Mark J. Gehrie, Ph.D.
Chapter 6 Analytic Boundaries as a Function of Curative Theory: Discussion of Mark Gehrie's “On Boundaries and Intimacy in Psychoanalysis”  95
Linda A. Chernus, M.S.W.
Chapter 7 Surface, Depth, and the Isolated Mind  107
Barry Magid, M.D.
III Klein and Kohut
Chapter 8 Melanie Klein and Heinz Kohut: An Odd Couple or Secretly Connected?  123
James S. Grotstein, M.D.
Chapter 9 Insight, Empathy, and Projective Identification  147
Craig Powell, M.B., B.S.
IV Case Studies
Chapter 10 A Life of One's Own: A Case Study of the Loss and Restoration of the Sense of Personal Agency  163
Dorthy M. Levinson, M.S.W. and George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
Chapter 11 An Instrument of Possibilities: A Discussion of Dorothy M. Levinson and George E. Atwood's “A Life of One's Own”  183
William J. Coburn, Ph.D.
Chapter 12 Response to Coburn  191
Dorthy M. Levinson, M.S.W. and George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
Questions and Responses Regarding Levinson and Atwood's Chapter  193
 
Chapter 13 The Case of Joanna Churchill  197
Alan Kindler, MBBS
Chapter 14 Tracking Alan Kindler's Case Report: A Self and Motivational Systems Perspective  207
James L. Fosshage, Ph.D.
Chapter 15 The Centrality of the Selfobject Transferences: A Discussion of Alan Kindler's “The Case of Joanna Churchill”  215
Paul H. Ornstein, M.D.
Chapter 16 Antidotes, Enactments, Rituals, and the Dance of Reassurance: Comments on the Case of Joanna Churchill and Alan Kindler  229
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Chapter 17 Reply to the Three Discussions  233
Alan Kindler, MBBS
Summation of Discussions  241
James M. Fisch, M.D.
Chapter 18 Changing Patterns in Parenting: Comments on the Origin and Consequences of Unmodified Grandiosity  245
Anna Ornstein, M.D.
Chapter 19 The Therapeutic Partnership: A Developmental View of Self-Psychological Treatment as Bilateral Healing  259
Doris Brothers, Ph.D. and Ellen Lewinberg, C.S.W.
V Affects
Chapter 20 Affects and Affect Consciousness: A Psychotherapy Model Integrating Silvan Tomkins's Affect- and Script Theory Within the Framework of Self Psychology  287
Jon T. Monsen, Ph.D. and Kirsti Monsen
Chapter 21 The Self and Its Past: On Shame and the “Biographical Void”  307
Martin Gossmann, M.D.
Chapter 22 Death and the Self  321
Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D.
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