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List of Articles

Volume 11 (2012)

Issue 1
Editor Introduction
Editor Introduction  1
Susan C. Warshaw, ABPP
The Clinical Implications of Aspects of a Child's Degree of Psychological Mindedness in Dynamically Oriented Child Psychotherapy  3
Steven Tuber
Holding the Line: Limits in Child Psychotherapy  21
Karen Zilberstein and Sarah Abel
What the Children Said: Children's Narrative Constructions of the Events of 9/11 in Psychotherapy  32
Theresa Aiello
Observing Snack Time at a Psychoanalytic Parent-Toddler Group: Affect Regulation and Therapeutic Possibilities *  39
Joshua Holmes
Adolescent Attachment and Entitlement in a World of Wealth  53
Allison M. Rothman and Janice M. Steil
Issue 2
Psychodynamic Considerations in the Treatment of a Young Person with Autistic Spectrum Disorder: A Case Report  67
Leon Hoffman and Timothy Rice
Autism Spectrum Disorder in DSM-V: Differential Diagnosis and Boundary Conditions  86
Daniel Gensler
Separate and Connected: A Side-by-Side Model for Intervening with Mother-Child Dyads in Small Groups  96
Joan Musitano and Alice Rosenman
MySpace, Your Space, Whose Space? The Use/Abuse of Technology in the Treatment of an Adolescent  113
Brenda Lovegrove Lepisto
Adolescent Girls and the Transgenerational Relational Catch  121
Laurel M. Silber
Haunted: Treatment of a Child Survivor of Human Trafficking  133
Laura M. Bennett-Murphy
Working Obliquely with Children  149
Michael O'Loughlin and Almas Merchant
Out of Destruction, a Terrible Beauty Is Born  160
Theresa Aiello
Issue 3 - Application of Psychodynamic Thinking in the Practice of School Psychology
Application of Psychodynamic Thinking in the Practice of School Psychology  169
Susan C. Warshaw
Introduction  172
Ionas Sapountzis and Stephen Hyman
Creating Continuities and Reversing Perspectives: Psychodynamic Contributions in School Psychology  177
Ionas Sapountzis
Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together: A Mentalization-Based Approach to Early Intervention in Primary Schools  190
Norka T. Malberg, Natalia Stafler and Ellie Geater
The School as a Holding Environment  205
Stephen Hyman
Examining the Achievement Gap with a Psychodynamic Lens: Implications for Practice  217
Jennifer I. Durham
Personality Assessment for School Psychologists: Considerations and Issues for Contemporary Practice  229
Tony D. Crespi and Natalie N. Politikos
Neurotic Factors beyond Learning Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder  238
Jill Savege Scharff
Analyst in Wonderland: Psychodynamic Thinking in the Looking-Glass World of School-Based Behaviorists  251
Jill Bellinson
Assessment as Consultation: Working with Parents and Teachers  257
Linda Jacobs
The Adolescent Teacher: A Psychoanalytic Note on Regression in the Professions  272
Deborah P. Britzman
Contractual School-Based Psychotherapy: A Critical Analysis and Guide for Training  284
Audrey J. Dunn
Issue 4 - Therapeutic Challenges: Interrupting the Cycles of Early Loss, Trauma, and Abuse
Introduction  297
Toni Heineman
“Terrible Twos” and “Terrible Teens”: The Importance of Play  299
Joan Raphael-Leff
Containment, Trauma and Coherence: A Case Presentation and Discussion  316
Marian Birch and Quen Zorrah
The “Dead Mother Syndrome” and the Child in Care: A Framework for Reflecting on Why Some Children Experience Multiple Placement Breakdowns  342
Carolyn Hart
When the Lullaby is Missing: Healing from an Infancy in Foster Care  356
Amy L. Cooper
Relationship Violence and Teenage Parents  368
Ambra Born
Fostering Healthy Attachment Between Substance Dependent Parents and Their Infant Children  376
June Madsen Clausen, Rosana M. Aguilar and Mark E. Ludwig
Fostering Relationships with Children Who are “Too Much to Handle”  387
Saralyn Ruff and Julia Baron
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