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Volume 20 (2011)

Issue 1
Twenty productive years with the International Forum of Psychoanalysis  1
Christer Sjödin and Marco Conci
On paradoxes and the experience of duality  6
Hanoch Yerushalmi, PhD
A case of trauma and attempted suicide in an adolescent patient  18
Mônica Medeiros Kother Macedo and Blanca Susana Guevara Werlang
Trauma and deprivation: The relationship between early object relations and the constitution of a sense of self  26
Silvia Zornig and Lidia Levy
Analytic listening as a holding function of the dissociated parts of the patient  31
Giuseppe D'Agostino
When therapeutic worlds collide? On Bion's concept of reversible perspective: A brief review and clinical case illustration  38
Alistair D. Sweet, MA (PsyA), MSSc, Dip Couns (PsyD), MBACP
Transsexual surgery: A novel reminder and a navel remainder  45
Oren Gozlan
Between cure and literature: An interview with Leonard Shengold  53
Michele S. Piccolo and Gabriele Cassullo
Issue 2
Wilfred Bion's identity as a psychoanalyst in the light of his letters (1939–1951) to his first analyst, John Rickman, and of their multidimensional relationship–Our trainings (and our lives), our letters, and the history, transmission and practice of psychoanalysis  63
Marco Conci
Bion and his first analyst, John Rickman (1891–1951): A revisitation of their relationship in the light of Rickman's personality and scientific production and of Bion's letters to him (1939–1951)  68
Marco Conci
On Bion's analysis with Rickman  87
Howard B. Levine
Rickman, Bion, and the clinical applications of field theory  89
Lawrence J. Brown
The facilitation of genius: Rickman's mentoring of Bion  93
David Scharff
Grace under fire  97
Robert Caper
Some perhaps transgressive comments  100
Antonino Ferro
Rediscovering Bion and Rickman's leaderless group projects  103
Giovanni Foresti
Towards an ethics of responsibility  108
Giuseppe Civitarese
Linking Rickman's work with Bion's thinking  113
Heinz Weiß
Getting to know the “early” Bion  116
Rudi Vermote
Martti Siirala (November 24, 1922 – August 18, 2008): A seeker of human understanding and a unique language  119
Juhani Ihanus and Pirkko Siltala
Report from the XVIth IFP Forum, Athens, October 2010  125
Marco Conci
Issue 3
Comings and goings  127
Christer Sjödin
The role of imitation in the constitution of psychic reality: The contemporary psychoanalytic perspective of Thomas Ogden  129
Pedro Salem and Nelson Coelho, Jr.
The unpredictability of metaphor: Ignacio Matte-Blanco's bi-logic and the nature of metaphoric processes  138
John Fellenor
About rationalization and intellectualization  148
Siegfried Zepf
Fragments of the other: a psychoanalytic approach to the ego in schizophrenia  159
Luciane Loss Jardim, Mario Eduardo Costa Pereira and Claudia Maria de Souza Palma
Catching my balance in the countertransference: Difficult moments with patients in psychoanalytic treatment  167
Robert Waska
D.H. Lawrence's The daughter-in-law: Transforming a family system  176
Gertrude Schwartzman
A Dutch psychoanalyst in New York (1936–1950)  183
H.P.J. Stroeken
Issue 4 - Creative Dialogues: Clinical, Artistic and Literary Exchange
Editorial Board  0
Creative dialogue  191
Valerie Tate Angel and Iris Levy
Psychoanalysis and art: Dialogues in the creative process  193
Eva D. Papiasvili and Linda A. Mayers
The psychological birth of art: A psychoanalytic approach to prehistoric cave art  196
Harold P. Blum
Picasso according to Freud  205
Rosalind E. Krauss
Creativity in the clinical exchange  211
Joseph Lichtenberg
Supervision seminar: Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and the Kaunas Society for the Studies of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy  217
Valerie Tate Angel
The Laius complex: From myth to psychoanalysis  222
Iris Levy
On Franz Kafka's “Letter to my Father”  229
José Durval Cavalcanti de Albuquerque
What a blackbird told me is real and alive  233
Ona Lindquist
Response to “What a blackbird told me is real and alive” by Ona Lindquist, LCSW  239
Nick Piombino
A story of adaptation told from ego-psychological perspectives  242
Nobuko Y. Meaders
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