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List of Articles


Volume 23 (2016)

Issue 1
Articles
An Integrative Approach to Conceptualizing and Treating Complex Trauma  1
Donna Mahoney and Brandon Markel
Demeter's Compromise: Separation, Loss, and Reconnection in Mothers with Daughters Entering Adulthood  23
Wendy Winograd
Womanhood as Experienced in Childbirth: Psychoanalytic Explorations of the Body  42
Caroline Hall
Transference-Love and Institutional Involvement in a Case of Psychotherapy Supervision  60
Rony Alfandary
BOOK REVIEWS
Myths of Termination: What Patients Can Teach Psychoanalysts About Endings: edited by J. L. Kantrowitz (2015). New York, NY: Routledge, 172 pages, $46.95.  72
Jean Kotcher, PhD, MFT
A Psychotherapy for the People: Toward a Progressive Psychoanalysis: edited by L. Aron, & Starr, K. (2013). New York, NY: Routledge, 402 pages, $56.95.  77
Whitney Daly van Nouhuys, MFT, PhD
Issue 2
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Articles
Between the Ability to Imagine and Actually Seeing: The Intersubjective in Reclamation  83
Yaakov Roitman, Ph.D.
The Analytic Principle and Attitude: Mobilizing Psychoanalytic Knowledge to Maximize Social Work Students' Practice Competence  99
Les Fleischer and Eunjung Lee
Working Through Physical Disability in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy With an Adolescent Boy  119
Aliki Florou, Marie-Ange Widdershoven, George Giannakopoulos and Stylianos Christogiorgos
Seeking Security in the Face of Fear: The Disorganized Dilemma  130
Colin F. Hollidge and Emily O. Hollidge
The Self As a Complex Adaptive System Part III: A Revised View of Development  145
Joseph Palombo, M.A.
Book Reviews
A Relational Psychoanalytic Approach to Couples Psychotherapy: edited by P. A. Ringstrom (2014). New York, NY: Routledge, 290 pp., $49.95.  165
Gary L. Dick, Ph.D.
A Therapist Retires: Working Through Issues of Loss and Betrayal: Forced Endings in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis: Attachment and Loss in Retirement, by A. Power (2016). New York, NY: Routledge, 246 pages, $44.95.  171
Linda A. Chernus, LISW-S, BCD
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