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List of Articles

Volume 14 (2020)

Issue 1
Attachment to Australia as it Burns: A Personal Reflection  vii
Jewel Jones
Thalassa, “Confusion of the Tongues,” “The Unwelcome Child and his Death-Instinct”: Sándor Ferenczi's Unfolding Model of Trauma  1
Adrienne E. Harris
My Questions about Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) and a Few Answers  23
Anne Power
A Response to “My Questions about Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) and a Few Answers” by Anne Power  42
Gülcan Sutton Purser
Just Imagine! The Transformative Potential of the Imagination and its Place in Psychotherapy  45
Sue Wright
Fairbairnian Approaches to King Roger, the Opera by Karol Szymanowski  66
Graham S. Clarke
Double Binds, Dissociation, and Attachment to the Perpetrator in Families and Oppressive Groups  87
Ruth A. Blizard, Ph.D.
Internal Attachment Relationships: The Five Cs versus the Two Ds  99
Sue Richardson
Depression is a Thirty-Ton Whale … and it Sings in the Wrong Key  107
David Taransaud
Brexit and Attachment  115
Angela Neustatter
Poetry  122
Book Reviews
Forced Endings in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis: Attachment and Loss in Retirement, by Anne Power, published by Routledge, 2016, 260 pages, ISBN: 978-0-415-52765-1 (paperback)  125
Karen Fisher
Dancing between Hope and Despair: Trauma, Attachment and the Therapeutic Relationship by Sue Wright, published by Palgrave, 2016, 232 pages, ISBN: 978-1-137-44123-2 (paperback)  128
Alexandra Maeja Raicar
Notes on Contributors  131
Issue 2
My Lockdown Experience, Our Lockdown Experiences  vii
Gülcan Sutton Purser
“What is Brave is Being Part of a Majority and Standing Out, Not Being Normal”: Remembering Lennox Thomas  139
Mary Lynne Ellis, B.A
Between the Screen and the Mask: On Life and Teletherapy in the Time of the Pandemic  143
Orit Badouk Epstein
An Attachment-Based Model of Family Therapy Provided Online  151
Daniel Hughes, Ph.D.
A Brief Attachment Perspective on Hoarding  168
Linda Cundy
Attachment and Survival in the Face of Covid-19  171
Arturo Ezquerro
On Isolation and Identity: An Experience of Self-Discovery during Lockdown  188
Tamar Posner
The Joy of the Session (Notes from the Pandemic Quarantine)  193
Matt Aibel, LCSW
Cellos in the Dark: Managing Attachment Bonds in the Time of Covid-19  204
Brenda Rowlandson
“You Have to Do This, and Only This”: A Plea for Clinical Flexibility at the Time of Coronavirus  214
Adriano Bugliani, Ph.D.
Remote or Close? Notes on Working Psychoanalytically by Videoconference  227
John Sloane
Film Review
The Color of Fear (1994). Director: Lee Mun Wah  242
Wayne Davis
Poetry  247
Book Reviews
Trauma and Dissociation-Informed Psychotherapy: Relational Healing and the Therapeutic Connection, by Elizabeth Howell, published by W. W. Norton, New York, 2020. ISBN: 9780393713732 (hardcover), ISBN: 9780393713749 (epub)  251
George Halasz
Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience: Creation Connections, edited by Viviane Green, published by Brunner-Routledge, 2003, 236 pages, ISBN: 978-1-538-391135-8  253
Hazel Leventhal
Psychoanalysts, Psychologists and Psychiatrists Discuss Psychopathy and Human Evil, edited by Sheldon Itzkowitz and Elizabeth F. Howell, Routledge, 2020. ISBN: 9780367205850 (paperback)  256
Gordon Alderson
Attachment Theory: Working Towards Learned Security, by Rhona M. Fear, published by Karnac, 2017, and Routledge, 2019, 254 pages. ISBN: 978-1-78220-429-9 (paperback)  263
Alexandra Maeja Raicar Cunningham
Notes on Contributors  266
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