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List of Articles

Volume 2 (2007)

Issue 1
Who are You, Who am I, and Where are We Going: Sustained Empathic Immersion in the Opening Phase of Psychoanalytic Treatment  1
Richard Geist, ED.D.
Treatment of a Severely Depressed, Suicidal Patient: A Self Psychological Perspective  27
David S. MacIsaac, Ph.D.
Freud, Kohut, Sophocles: Did Oedipus do Wrong?  53
Marcia W. Dunbar-Soule Dobson, Ph.D.
Finding Renee: A Clinical Symposium in Four Parts (Part Four)
Pseudo-Ending, New Beginning  77
Lucyann Carlton, J.D., Psy.D.
Risks and Rewards of the Suppression of Traumatic Fantasy by the Analyst's Preference for Idealization and Attachment: Comments on Case Presentation by Lucyann Carlton, J.D., Psy.D. Panel Four  89
Stephen Seligman, DMH
Renee's Struggle to Live Her Own Story: An Evolutionary-Existential Perspective: Discussion of Case Presentation by Lucyann Carlton, J.D., Psy.D.  99
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
Reply to Seligman and Slavin Panel Four  115
Lucyann Carlton, J.D., Psy. D.
The Associative Mind: Review and Commentary on The Dissociative Mind by Elizabeth Howell  117
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Editor's Note  127
William J. Coburn
Editor's Acknowledgement  129
William J. Coburn
Issue 2
How Does Analysis Cure? Understanding the Complexities of the Therapeutic Process Through Pluralistic Dialogue: An Integrative Overview and Summary of Finding Renee (A Clinical Symposium in Four Parts)  131
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
The Analyst's Participation in Cocreating the Analytic Relationship: Implicit and Explicit Dimensions of Analytic Change  147
James L. Fosshage, Ph.D.
Realizing the Self-What it Means to Be Real  163
Avramit Brodsky, M.A.
Heinz Kohut and the Homosexualities: A Brief Communication  187
Franco Paparo, M.D., Ph.D.
How Does Analytic Child Therapy Inform Adult Treatment? An Introduction  193
Rosalind Chaplin Kindler, MFA
Miss “Nicht” A Small Girl Who Was Betrayed of Her Childhood  195
Iris Hilke, M.A.
“Do You Believe in Magic?” Articulating a Coconstructed Dynamic Systems Approach to a Child Treatment: A Discussion of Hilke's “Miss Nicht”  209
Jacqueline J. Gotthold, PSY.D
How Does Analytic Child Therapy Inform Adult Treatment? A Discussion of Hilke's “Miss Nicht”  219
Rosalind Chaplin Kindler, M.F.A., R.D.T., DIPL. T.C.P.P.
We were all Once Children: Reflections on “Miss Nicht” and the Work of Iris Hilke, Rosalind Kindler, and Jacqueline Gotthold  227
Mark D. Smaller, Ph.D.
Review Essay
Practicing Intersubjectively: By Peter Buirski  235
Reviewed By Paula B. Fuqua, M.D.
Editor's Note  239
William J. Coburn
Issue 3
Tano: A Clinical Presentation  241
Gianni Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
Discussion of Gianni Nebbiosi's Clinical Presentation  251
Alan Kindler, MBBS, FRCP (C)
Deconstruction of a Clinical Impasse: A Discussion of Gianni Nebbiosi's Clinical Presentation  261
Margaret J. Black, C.S.W.
Response to Margaret Black and Alan Kindler  271
Gianni Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
Authenticity and Psychoanalytic Technique: A Reconsideration  275
Nancy Van Der Heide, PsyD.
The Unconscious in Self Psychology  291
Hans-Peter Hartmann, M.D., PsyD
Sustained Empathic Focus, Intersubjectivity, and Intimacy in the Treatment of Couples  315
Martin S. Livingston, Ph.D.
Boundaries and the Processing of Self  339
Laura Caghan, PsyD
The Development of the Person: The Minnesota Study of Risk and Adaptation From Birth to Adulthood: By L. A. Sroufe, B. Egeland, E. A. Carlson, and W. A. Collins: A Review  367
Roger Hastings, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Symposium on Loss, Recovery and Analytic Transformation
Prologue  381
William J. Coburn, Ph.D., PSY.D.
Analytic Transformation of Tragic Trauma and Loss: The Recovery of an Analysis Following the Analyst's Life-Threatening Head Injury  383
Bernard Brickman, M.D.
From the Couch: Trauma and Recovery after Analytic Impingement  405
Lynne Jacobs, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Mutual Healing and Its Limits in the Psychoanalytic Situation: Discussion of Brickman and Jacobs  423
Gary Rodin, M.D.
Reply to Gary Rodin's “Mutual Healing and Its Limits in the Psychoanalytic Situation”  429
Bernard Brickman, M.D.
Reply to Gary Rodin's “Mutual Healing and Its Limits in the Psychoanalytic Situation”  435
Lynne Jacobs, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Angels in My Consulting Room: Kohut and Others as Selfobjects for a Trauma Therapist  441
Stuart D. Perlman, Ph.D.
What is a Weeble Anyway, and What is a Wobble, Too? A Discussion of Phyllis E. DiAmbrosio's “Weeble Wobbles: Resilience within the Psychoanalytic Situation”  463
William J. Coburn, Ph.D., Psy.D
“Wobbly Weebles” and Resilience: Some Additional Thoughts: Response to William J. Coburn  475
Phyllis E. DiAmbrosio, Ph.D.
Review Essay
My Mother's Eyes: Holocaust Memories of a Young Girl: By Anna Ornstein Illustrations by Stuart Goldman  483
Janet Hadda, Ph.D.
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