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Volume 19 (2003)

Preface  xi
Mark J. Gehrie, Ph.D.
Introduction  xv
Henry J. Friedman, M.D.
I Theory
Chapter 1 “To Be or Not to Be?” The Question of Authenticity, Therapist Subjectivity, and the Role of Interpretive Moments in Treatment  3
Stan T. Dudley, Ph.D. and Todd F. Walker, Psy.D.
Chapter 2 Consequences of “Empathy” Rereading Kohut's “Examination of the Relationship Between Mode of Observation and Theory”  21
Lester Lenoff, M.S.W.
Chapter 3 Twinship Selfobject Experience and Homosexuality  41
Diane Lawson Martinez, M.D.
Chapter 4 Empathy and Self-Expression: Confessions of a Sometimes Angry Self Psychologist  57
Marc L. Miller, Ph.D.
Chapter 5 Survival and Recovery: Psychoanalytic Reflections  85
Anna Ornstein, M.D.
Chapter 6 Selfhood and the Dance of Empathy  107
Jan L. Rieveschl, Ph.D. and Michael A. Cowan, Ph.D.
Chapter 7 Psychic Survival versus Psychic Freedom: Reflections on Symington's Theory of Narcissism  133
Michael Shoshani, Psy.D. and Batya Shoshani, D.S.W.
II Clinical
Chapter 8 Working with Adolescents: A Time for “Reconsideration”  155
Mark D. Smaller, Ph.D.
Chapter 9 A Case of Sexual (Dis-)Orientation with Thoughts on Sexuality, Sexual Orientation, and Psychoanalysis  171
Jeffrey Stern, Ph.D.
Panel: The Role of the Relationship in the Therapeutic Process
Chapter 10 The Case of Patient J and Discussions: Introduction  195
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
The Case of Patient J  199
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.D., Psy.D.
A Ruthless Examination of an Empathic Clinical Presentation: A Discussion of Joye Weisel-Barth's Clinical Case  207
Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
On the Impossibility of Immaculate Perception—There Is No Relationship without Interpretation, and There Is No Interpretation without Relationship: A Discussion of Joye Weisel-Barth's Clinical Case  217
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Reply to the Discussions  225
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Commentary on Discussion by Stolorow and Aron  245
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
III Applied
Chapter 11 Death in Venice: A Selfobject Perspective on Thomas Mann's Homolimerence  251
Richard M. Childs, M.D.
Chapter 12 John Adams and Benjamin Rush Exchange Dreams  269
Miriam Elson, M.A.
Chapter 13 Making Contact with the Perception World of a Child: Undetected Disabilities in Sensory Motor Integration and the Effects on the Development of Self-Esteem  287
Eva Rass, ED.D.
Chapter 14 Tragic Man and Narcissistic Disturbance in the Films of Ingmar Bergman  309
Gordon A. Schulz, Psy.D.
Chapter 15 The Applicability of Self Psychology to Psychotherapy with the Elderly: With Emphasis on Twinship Selfobject Needs and Empathy as a Mode of Observation  331
Hideki Wada, M.D.
IV A Personal Memoir
Chapter 16 A Personal and Professional Reminiscence of Heinz Kohut  347
Constance Goldberg, M.S.
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