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Volume 10 (2011)

Issue 1 - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Integration of Cognitive, Neuropsychological, and Psychodynamic Theoretical Perspectives in Psychotherapy
Introduction: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and the Psychoanalytic Process  1
James McCarthy, Ph.D. and Francine Conway, Ph.D.
Articles
ADHD via Psychoanalysis, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Psychology: Why Haven't We Fielded a Team?  5
Lucy Zabarenko, Ph.D.
The Neural and Neurocognitive Determinants of ADHD  13
Chaya B. Gopin, Ph.D. and Dione M. Healey, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Treatment of ADHD Children in the Frame of Two Extraclinical Studies: The Frankfurt Prevention Study and the EVA Study  32
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Ph.D., Katrin Luise Laezer, Ph.D., Nicole Pfenning-Meerkoetter, Tamara Fischmann, Ph.D., Angelika Wolff and Jonathan Green, M.D.
Trauma and ADHD – Association or Diagnostic Confusion? A Clinical Perspective  51
Kate Szymanski, Ph.D., Linda Sapanski, M.A. and Francine Conway, Ph.D.
ADHD and Complex Trauma: A Descriptive Study of Hospitalized Children in an Urban Psychiatric Hospital  60
Francine Conway, Ph.D., Maria Oster, M.A. and Kate Szymanski, Ph.D
The Reality-Sampling Deficit and ADHD: Indication for an Active Technique  73
Barry Jones, MRCPsych
Psychoanalytic Conceptualizations of the Internal Object in an ADHD Child  87
Björn Salomonsson, Ph.D.
Trouble Paying Attention  103
Daniel Gensler, Ph.D.
Is ADHD a Real Neurological Disorder or Collection of Psychosocial Symptomatic Behaviors? Implications for Treatment in the Case of Randall E.  116
Burton Norman Seitler, Ph.D.
Psychodynamic Play Therapy With a Six-Year-Old African American Boy Diagnosed With ADHD  130
Gabrielle F. Cione, M.A., Lila A. Coleburn, Ph.D., Eric A. Fertuck, Ph.D. and Peter Fraenkel, Ph.D.
Issue 2 - Mothers, Infants, and Young Children of September 11, 2001: A Primary Prevention Project
Lucille Tortora photos
Lucille Tortora photos  iv
 
Project Therapists Photo
Project Therapists Photo  vi
 
Introduction
Introduction to Mothers, Infants, and Young Children of September 11, 2001: A Primary Prevention Project  145
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.
The Project
Description of the Project: A Longitudinal Primary Prevention Project for Mothers Pregnant and Widowed in the World Trade Center Tragedy of September 11, 2001, and Their Young Children  156
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. and Joseph Jaffe, M.D.
Theory and Research That Informed the Clinical Approach of the Project for Mothers, Infants, and Young Children of September 11, 2001  170
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. and Sara Markese, Ph.D.
The Evolution of the Project: Helping the Mothers, Infants and Young Children of September 11, 2001  187
Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D.
The Mothers' Experiences of the Project  202
Mothers of the Project, Anonymous
Mothers and Children in the Early Years of the Support Groups
Introduction to the Support Groups  205
K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D.
Early Years of Support Group I: Three Therapists' Views  207
Anni Bergman, Ph.D., Sally Moskowitz, Ph.D. and Donna Demetri Friedman, Ph.D.
Support Group II: An Evolving Approach: Reflections on Group Process in the Early Years  217
K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D.
Support Group II: Maternal Representation of the Lost Father  224
Rita Reiswig, L.P.
Themes Arising From the Support Groups
Primary Maternal Preoccupation Disrupted by Trauma and Loss: Early Years of the Project  229
Sally Moskowitz, Ph.D.
Creating Space for Mourning a Lost Father and Husband After September 11: A Therapist's Reflections  238
Rita Reiswig, L.P.
Mothers and Children in the Video Laboratory Context
Beyond the Face and Words: How the Body Speaks  242
Suzi Tortora, CMA
Children's Play in the Wake of Loss and Trauma  255
K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D. and Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D.
The Feedback Sessions
Video Feedback and the Impact of Multiple Therapists  273
Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D.
Mother-Child Treatment With a Team Approach
The Team Approach to the Treatment of a Traumatized Mother and Child: Christina and Bobby  286
Anni Bergman, Ph.D. and Andrea Remez, Ph.D.
Case Discussion of “The Team Approach to the Treatment of a Traumatized Mother and Child: Christina and Bobby,” by Anni Bergman and Andrea Remez  296
Susan W. Coates, Ph.D.
The Team Approach to the Treatment of a Traumatized Mother and Child: Lydia and Ryan  302
Anni Bergman, Ph.D., K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D., Suzi Tortora, CMA, Lydia (Ryan's mother), Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D. and Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.
The Therapists' Process
The Therapist Group: A Transformational Process  317
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D., Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D., Anni Bergman, Ph.D., Sally Moskowitz, Ph.D., K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D., Rita Reiswig, L.P., Suzi Tortora, CMA and Donna Demetri Friedman, Ph.D.
Perspectives on Early Trauma - Neuropsychological and Clinical Literature
Prenatal Maternal Stress and the Developing Fetus and Infant: A Review of Animal Models as Related to Human Research  326
Adrianne Lange, M.A.
Dyadic Trauma in Infancy and Early Childhood: Review of the Literature  341
Sara Markese, Ph.D.
Commentary
The Strength of Relationships in the Face of Trauma From Terror  379
Marsha Kaitz, Ph.D.
Project Conclusion
Project Conclusion  387
Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D.
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