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Volume 9 (2014)

Issue 1
Acknowledgments and Gratitude  1
William J. Coburn, Psy.D and Roger Frie, R. Psych
Traumatic Attachments: Intergenerational Trauma, Dissociation, and the Analytic Relationship  3
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Who Is Lotte Köhler?  16
Donna M. Orange, Psy.D.
On the Development of the Autobiographical Self and Autobiographical Memory—Implicit and Explicit Aspects  18
Lotte Köhler, M.D.
Insidious Emotional Trauma: The Body Remembers … 1  35
Lorraine B. Cates, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
“A Psychotherapy for the People: Toward a Progressive Psychoanalysis,” by Lewis Aron and Karen Starr: A Book Review Essay  54
Donna M. Orange, Psy.D
Does Neuroscience Contribute to Psychoanalysis? Reviews of Judith Rustin's “Infant Research and Neuroscience at Work in Psychotherapy,” Terry Marks-Tarlow's “Clinical Intuition in Psychotherapy: The Neurobiology of Embodied Response,” and Iain McGilchrist's “The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World”  67
Joye Weisel-Barth, Psy.D.
Review of “The Fundamentalist Mindset: Psychological Perspectives on Religion, Violence, and History,” Edited by Charles B. Strozier, David M. Terman, and James W. Jones, With Katharine A. Bond  76
Estelle Shane, Ph.D
Brief Communications
Undergoing the Situation: Emotional Dwelling Is More Than Empathic Understanding  80
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Embodied Silence and the Hermeneutics of Trust  84
Ernesto Vasquez, M.D.
Issue 2
Is It a Problem for Us to Say, “It Is a Coincidence That the Patient Does Well”?  87
Koichi Togashi, L.P.
Complex Contingencies: Discussion of “Is It a Problem for Us to Say, ‘It Is a Coincidence That the Patient Does Well’?” by Koichi Togashi  101
Margy Sperry, M.F.T.
From Search for a Reason to Search for a Meaning: Response to Margy Sperry  108
Koichi Togashi, L.P.
Authentic Solicitude: What the Madness of Combat Can Teach Us About Authentically Being-With Our Patients  115
Russell Bryant Carr, M.D.
Patient and Analyst in Crises: A Mutual Transformation Reflected in a Clinical Narrative and St. Exupery’s “The Little Prince”  131
Phyllis E. DiAmbrosio, Ph.D.
Personal Reflections
“You’re Giving Me What I Need, But I Have No Place to Put It:” Challenging Pathological Relational Templates Through Analytic Provision  144
Bruce Herzog, M.D.
Film Reviews
Review of the Movie “Amour”  157
Philip A. Ringstrom, Psy.D.
Review of “The Stories We Tell”  162
Joye Weisel-Barth, Psy.D.
Book Review
Failure Has a Great Future: A Review of Arnold Goldberg’s “The Analysis of Failure: An Investigation of Failed Cases in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy”  167
Lou Agosta, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Complications in Connectedness: Introduction to “Reaching the Difficult-to-Connect-With Patient”  177
Amy Joelson, L.C.S.W.
A 9-Year Analysis With a Connection-Resistant Patient: Theory, Reality, and the Messiness of Therapeutic Action  179
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
And We Shall Be Changed: To Hold Theory Lightly Is to Surrender Assumptions: Discussion of Clinical Narrative by Steven Stern  193
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Because Connection Takes Two: The Analyst’s Psychology in Treating the “Connection-Resistant” Patient  200
David Wallin, Ph.D.
Finding a Language of Shared Power: Reply to Donna Orange and David Wallin  208
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
Epilogue  217
Amy Joelson, L.C.S.W.
The Bonds of Empathy: Beyond the Selfobject Concept  222
Frank Summers, Ph.D.
Beyond Most Concepts: A Brief Discussion of Frank Summers’ “The Bonds of Empathy: Beyond the Selfobject Concept”  237
Steven Knoblauch, Ph.D.
Response to Steven Knoblauch  242
Frank Summers, Ph.D.
Addiction and Temporal Bandwidth  246
Daniel Goldin, M.A.
Rocking Stars  263
Joanne Jackson, Psy.D.
Issue 4
Editorial Board EOV  0
A Sense of “Being Human” and Twinship Experience  265
Koichi Togashi, Ph.D., L.P.
“Crimes Against Humanity” and the Societal Context of Trauma: Discussion of “A Sense of ‘Being Human’ and Twinship Experience” by Koichi Togashi  282
Doris Brothers, Ph.D.
Certain and Uncertain Aspects of a Trauma: Response to Doris Brothers  289
Koichi Togashi, Ph.D., L.P.
Learning to Love White Shame and Guilt: Skills for Working as a White Therapist in a Racially Divided Country  297
Lynne M. Jacobs, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Learning to Respond Affectively to Prejudice and Racism: Discussion of Lynne Jacob’s “Learning to Love White Shame and Guilt: Skills for Working as a White Therapist in a Racially Divided Country”  313
Roger Frie, Ph.D., Psy.D., R. Psych
Where Memory, Advantage and Emotions May Lead Us: Response to Roger Frie  321
Lynne M. Jacobs, Ph.D., Psy.D.
On Dreams  324
Charles Strozier, Ph.D., David Strug, Ph.D., Konstatine Pinteris, L.C.S.W. and Kathleen Kelley, M.Div.
In My Right Mind: Truth in the Guise of Illusion  339
Helen Grebow, Ph.D., Psy.D.
“Eat This Cookie and Call Me in the Morning”: Perspectives on the Magic of Metaphor  361
C. Roger Hastings, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Response to Helen Grebow  373
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Revisiting “Truths” in the Guise of Illusion: Response to Roger Hastings and Estelle Shane  383
Helen Grebow, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Context is Everything! Book Review of Psychoanalytic Complexity: Clinical Attitudes for Therapeutic Change  392
Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D.
Run  397
Harriet Marquis, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.
Erratum  398
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