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List of Articles

Volume 1 (2007)

Issue 1
Editorial  vii
A Felicitous Meeting of Attachment and Relational Psychotherapy  1
Daniel N. Stern
Separated Attachments and Sexual Aliveness: How Changing Attachment Patterns Can Enhance Intimacy  8
Susie Orbach
Sex, Couples, and Attachment: The Role of Hedonic Intersubjectivity  18
Jeremy Holmes, M.D., FRCPsych
Vanishing Spell  30
Valerie Sinason
Who am I? Some Thoughts around Adoption Issues  32
Catherine Mitson
Discussion of ‘Who am I?’  45
Andrew Enever
Reflections on Race, Racism, and Psychotherapy  50
Emerald Davis
Bowlby Centenary
Attachment Here and Now: An Interview with Peter Fonagy  57
Kate White and Joseph Schwartz
Keeping on Pushing: An Interview with Richard Bowlby  62
Joseph Schwartz
Forty-Four Juvenile Thieves: Their Characters and Home-Life (II)  65
John Bowlby
Stop Thief! But What Has Been Stolen and by Whom? Discussion of Paper by John Bowlby  71
Paul Renn
We Need to Talk about … Attachment and Crime: Discussion of Paper by John Bowlby  78
Rachel Wingfield
Bowlby's Contribution for an ASBO Age: Discussion of Paper by John Bowlby  86
Will McMahon
Film Review
The Wind That Shakes the Barley  94
Renee Stafford
Book Review
The Dying Patient in Psychotherapy: Desire, Dreams and Individuation by Joy Schaverien (Palgrave Macmillan, October 2002).  99
Angela Greenfield
Neuroscience Update
‘Biology and the Future of Psychoanalysis’ by Eric Kandel (1999), American Journal of Psychiatry, 156: 505-524; Eric R. Kandel (2000), The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine,; Eric Kandel (2006), In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind, New York: Norton.  104
Joseph Schwartz
Contributors  109
Issue 2
On Genetic Fundamentalism  vii
The Infanticidal Attachment  117
Brett Kahr
The Wounded Client is Not Always My Priority  133
Doron Levene
The Way That You Say it: Poetry in Psychotherapy  149
Jane Kitsen
Discussion of ‘The Way That You Say it: Poetry in Therapy’  159
Sonya Aleksic
Poems  163
Joan Woodward
Are There Meaningful Relationships between Psychosocial Self and Physiological Self?  165
Roger J. Booth
Attachment, Immigration and Race
Racism as Trauma: Some Reflections on Psychotherapeutic Work with Clients from the African-Caribbean Diaspora from an Attachment-based Perspective  179
Stephanie Davis
I've Always Hated Fractions  200
Christine Fremantle
Separation and Loss: The Impact on the Emotional Health of Afro-Caribbean Young People  213
Elaine Arnold, Ph.D.
Letter from South Africa  221
Margaret Green
The Illusion of Return: An Interview with Samir El-Youssef  232
Irris Singer
Film Review
Babel (2006) dir. Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu  243
Donatella Landi
Contributors  251
Issue 3
The Perversion of the Professional Caring Relationship  vii
Being Disabled: Psychotherapy with a Man with Cerebral Palsy and a Learning Disability  259
Mark Linington
The Internal Oppressor: The Veiled Companion of Racial Oppression  269
Aileen Alleyne
Discussion of ‘The Internal Oppressor: The Veiled Companion of Racial Oppression’  275
Lennox Thomas
Crying is a Two-Person Behaviour: A Relational Perspective Based on Attachment Theory  280
Judith Kay Nelson
Subjectivity or Intimacy? The Chicken or the Egg? What Comes First?  294
Gülcan Sutton Purser
Infanticidal Attachment: Symbolic and Concrete  297
Adah Sachs
The Infanticidal Attachment in Schizophrenia and Dissociative Identity Disorder  305
Brett Kahr
Trauma at the Threshold: An Eight-Year-Old Goes to Boarding School  310
Simon Partridge
Discussion of Trauma at the Threshold: The Impact of Boarding School on Attachment in Young Children  313
Annie Power
Spring Afternoon  321
U. A. Fanthorpe
Comment on ‘Spring Afternoon’  322
Natasha Roffe
Coming into Mind. Contemporary Neuroscience, Attachment, and the Psychological Therapies: A Clinical Perspective  323
Margaret Wilkinson
A Cognitive Therapist Meets John Bowlby  331
Giovanni Liotti, M.D.
The Nature of a Student's Tie to the Teacher: Reminiscences of Training and Friendship with John Bowlby  334
Victoria Hamilton
Conference Review
2007 International Attachment Conference 11-13 July 2007, Braga, Portugal Changing Troubled Attachment Relations: Views from Research and Clinical work  348
Joseph Schwartz
Film Reviews
This is England, dir. Shane Meadows  353
Roxy Wilding
Tarnation, dir. Jonathan Caouette  356
Orit Badouk Epstein
Book Reviews
Sex and the Psyche, by Brett Kahr  360
Valerie Sinason
Contributors  364
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