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Volume 3 (2013)

Issue 1
Editorial  vii
Molly Ludlam
Personal View  1
Marion Bower
Love as Creative Illusion and Its Place in Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy  3
Julie Friend, LCSW
Couples and Perversion  15
Anna Maria Nicolò
From Regression to Recovery: Tracking Developmental Anxieties in Couple Therapy  28
Timothy Keogh and Sylvia Enfield
Aggression in Couples: An Object Relations Primer  47
David Scharff, M.D.
The Synergy of Concurrent Couple and Child Therapies Viewed through the Lens of Link and Field Theories  61
Caroline Sehon, M.D., FRCP(C)
Clinical Narrative and Discussion
A Couple Who Lost Joy  72
Pierre Cachia, CPsychol and Jill Savege Scharff, M.D.
Commentary on Previously Published Articles
Jones, S., & Bunston, W. (2012) The “Original Couple”: Enabling Mothers and Infants to Think about What Destroys as Well as Engenders Love, When There Has Been Intimate Partner Violence. Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 2(2): 215-232.  87
Robert Monzo and Maria Pozzi-Monzo
Meeting the Author
An Interview with Pauline Hodson  94
Catriona Wrottesley, M.A.
Book Reviews
Keeping Couples in Treatment. Working from Surface to Depth, by Carl Bagnini, Jason Aronson, 2012.  103
David Hewison, Ph.D.
How Couple Relationships Shape Our World: Clinical Practice, Research and Policy Perspectives, edited by Andrew Balfour, Mary Morgan, and Christopher Vincent, Karnac, 2012.  105
Stanley Ruszczynski
The Sibling Relationship—A Force for Growth and Conflict, by Joyce Edward, Jason Aronson, 2011.  108
Elspeth Morley, M.A.
The Business of Therapy: How to Run a Successful Private Practice, by Pauline Hodson, McGraw Hill, 2012.  111
Laura Gibbons
Privat på jobbet, Stockholm: Krus, 2012 available at  113
Viveka Nyberg
Notes on Contributors  116
James Fisher (1937-2012)  120
An Appreciation by Philip Stokoe, BSC, MSC, CQSW, F.Inst.Psychoanal
Douglas Haldane MBE (1926-2012)  125
An Appreciation by Una McCluskey and An Appreciation by Christopher Clulow, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Editorial  ix
Molly Ludlam
Personal View
Three Modest Proposals to Repair the Relationship between Couple Therapists and Couples Researchers  133
Philip A. Cowan and Carolyn Pape Cowan
Psychic “Geodes”—The Presence of Absence: 18th Enid Balint Memorial Lecture 2013  137
Joan Raphael-Leff, Ph.D.
Response to Psychic “Geodes”—The Presence of Absence: 18th Enid Balint Memorial Lecture 2013 Given by Professor Joan Raphael-Leff  156
Christopher Clulow, Ph.D.
When a Problem Shared is a Problem … Whose Illness is it Anyway? Questions of Technique When Working with a Borderline Couple  163
Susanna Abse
Further thoughts on When a Problem Shared is a Problem … Whose Illness is it Anyway?: Questions of Technique When Working with a Borderline Couple  178
Susanna Abse
Mentalizing: An Exploration of its Potential Contribution to Understanding the Challenges Faced by Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors in Couple Therapy  188
Heather B. Macintosh
Mentalization for Whom? Commentary on Article by Heather MacIntosh  208
Avi Shmueli
The Intergenerational and Cultural Transmission of Trauma in Chinese Couple Relationships  214
Janine Wanlass, Ph.D.
Clinical Narrative and Discussion: Planned Ending of Therapy with a Couple Who Recovered Joy  229
Pierre Cachia, CPsychol and Jill Savege Scharff, M.D.
Meeting the Author: An Interview with Deborah Cohen  244
Catriona Wrottesley, M.A.
Book Reviews
Family Secrets: Living with Shame from the Victorians to the Present Day, Deborah Cohen, Viking, 2013.  251
Caroline Medawar
Doctor in the House Seat: Psychoanalysis at the Theatre, by Jill Savege Scharff and David Scharff, International Psychotherapy Institute, 2013.  253
Stella Vaines
Object Relations and Relationality in Couple Therapy: Exploring the Middle Ground, by James L. Poulton, Jason Aronson, 2012.  256
Lin Coleman
Men and Mothers—The Lifelong Struggle of Sons and Their Mothers, by Hendrika C. Freud, Karnac, 2013  258
Pierre Cachia, CPsychol
Arts Reviews
Amour, Director Michael Haneke (2012)  261
Christopher Vincent
Richard III, by W. Shakespeare, directed by Andrew Hilton, The Tobacco Factory, Bristol (16 March 2013)  263
Phillip Stokoe, BSc, MSc, CQSW, F. Inst. Psychoanal.
Reports: The International Institute for Psychoanalytic Couple and Family Training in Israel and the International Psychotherapy Institute (IPI) in Washington: A Collaborative Training Effort  267
Hanni Mann-Shalvi
Gail Palmer Introducing Emotionally Focused Therapy in Scotland: AFT Scotland Conference, 26 April 2013, Edinburgh  269
Nick Child
Rome Couple and Family Attachment Lab  270
Giulio Cesare Zavattini
Notes on Contributors  272
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