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List of Articles

Volume 17 (2018)

Issue 1
Microanalysis of Multimodal Communication in Therapy: A Case of Relational Trauma in Parent-Infant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  1
Tessa Baradon, MPH
Comment on Micro-Analysis of Multimodal Communication in Therapy: A Case of Relational Trauma in Parent-Infant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  14
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.
From Pathological Merger to a Reflective, Triangular Space: Parent-Infant Psychotherapy with a Mother with Borderline Personality Disorder  15
Alejandra Perez, Ph.D.
Zones of Proximal Emotional Development — Psychotherapy Within a Neuroaffective Perspective  28
Susan Hart, Ph.D. Student and Stine Lindahl Jacobsen, Ph.D.
Before He Becomes a Man: The Adolescence of Shakespeare’s Prince Hal1  43
Leon Hoffman, M.D.
Perceptions of Microaggressions: Implications for the Mental Health and Treatment of African American Youth  52
Jennifer I. Durham, Psy.D.
Assessment as Intervention: A Pilot Study of Short-Term Dyadic Treatment  62
Donna R. Weston, Ph.D., Jennifer Murphy Sims, PT, DPT, Marlene Crespo, PsyD and Lynette Wong, MS, CCC-SLP
Issue 2
In Memoriam
Elsa First July 1936-February 2018: A Memorial Statement  75
Susan C. Warshaw, EdD, ABPP, Editor-in-Chief
Playing Who We Are Together: Commentary on Henry Kronengold’s “Hey Toy Man”  77
Elsa First
Special Section: Thinking Developmentally: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspective. Part 1 ... Inspired by the conference of that name. Section Guest Editor: Marsha H. Levy-Warren
What Does It Mean to Think Developmentally in Doing Clinical Work?  84
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
Welcoming Remarks*  90
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
Thinking Developmentally: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspective  91
Sally Bloom-Feshbach, Ph.D.
Thinking Developmentally: Perspectives Following Loewald and Klein  96
Kay M. Long, Ph.D.
Room for Thought: A Developmental Perspective  101
Katherine Oram, Ph.D.
Bad Feelings: A Theory of Pathological Development in Childhood  105
Kenneth Barish, Ph.D.
Thinking Developmentally in Child and Adult Psychoanalysis  109
Justine Kalas Reeves, D. Psych
End Remarks  115
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
Mothers’ Mental State Talk and Preschool Children’s Social-Behavioral Functioning: A Multidimensional Account  119
Ozlem Bekar, Ph.D., Miriam Steele, Ph.D., Rebecca Shahmoon-Shanok, LCSW, Ph.D. and Howard Steele, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Trauma and Treading Carefully: Walking Delicate Tightropes Between Safeness and Emotional Challenge  135
Graham Music, Ph.D.
Mother-Infant Psychotherapy Informed by Polyvagal Theory  145
Linda M. Perez, Ph.D. and Cheryl J. Sundheim, M.A.
Adolescent Developmental Disruptions: Haunted by the Future, Guarded by Haunting Ancestors  154
Marsha H. Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
Ghosts, Guardians, & Time: Discussion of Marsha Levy-Warren’s Article  159
Christopher Bonovitz, PsyD
Autism—What Does Gender Have to Do With It?  163
Diane Selinger, Ph.D.
Psychodynamics of Suicide in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender Youth  178
Emeric Bojarski, M.D. and Zheala Qayyum, MBBS
Revisiting Bion’s “Notes on Thinking”: Implications for School Psychologists  187
Ionas Sapountzis, Ph.D.
Knowing What To Do, When, and How: An Integrative Approach to the Use of Psychoanalytic Play Therapy with Children Affected by Cancer  198
Carlos Pitillas, Ph.D. and Javier Martín, Ps. Lc.
“Vamos a la Escuelita Arte Terapia”: An Art Therapy Protocol for Promoting Resilience with Latino Farm Worker Children  213
Theresa Van Lith, Ph.D., ATR, AThR, Angela Quintero, Elissa Pizzutto and Joseph G. Grzywacz, Ph.D.
Issue 4 - Special Issue: Psychotherapy Integration: Challenges and New Pathways
Introduction to the Special Issue on Psychotherapy Integration  229
Tracy A. Prout, Ph.D.
Cycles of Understanding and Hope: Toward an Integrative Model of Therapeutic Change in Child Psychotherapy*  232
Kenneth Barish, Ph.D.
Multiple Points of Intervention as an Approach in Child Psychotherapy  243
Arthur Caspary, Ph.D.
Exploring the Use of an Integrative and Ecological Framework When Treating Children with Trauma  252
Mayowa Obasaju, Ph.D. and Pamela LiVecchi, Psy.D.
The Ward and the Womb: An Integrated Therapeutic Approach for Treatment Resistant Adolescents  265
Naama Gershy, Ph.D.
Playing Together: DIR and Child Psychodynamic Therapy  279
Diane Selinger, Ph.D.
Finding the Body of the Mind: Integrating Occupational Therapy’s Theories of Mutual Regulation and Dysregulation into Psychotherapy  295
Todd Germain, LCSW, OTR
Exploring In-Session Process with Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Psychotherapy with an Adolescent  310
Elisabeth Ness, M.D., Ph.D.-student, Hanne-Sofie Johnsen Dahl, Psy.D., Ph.D., Kenneth L. Critchfield, Ph.D. and Randi Ulberg, M.D., Ph.D.
A Mother, A Baby, and Two Treatment Approaches: Discussing A Switch Case from CBT and Mentalization Perspectives  328
Jordan Bate, Ph.D., Ozlem Bekar, Ph.D. and Inga Blom, Ph.D.
The Value of Integration: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Meets Ego Psychology in a Psychotherapy Group for Children  346
Sasha Rudenstine, Ph.D., Laurel Wright, MPH, Aura-Maria Morales, MA and Steven Tuber, Ph.D.
Bridging the Divide Between Psychodynamic and Behavioral Approaches for Children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder  364
Tracy A. Prout, Ph.D., Anil Chacko, Ph.D. , Anna Spigelman, M.S., Sophia Aizin, M.S., Mirjam Burger, M.A., Tania Chowdhury, M.A., Amrita Ramakrishnan, B.A, Sarah Peralta, M.A., Maria Michelle Vardanian, B.S., Timothy R. Rice, M.D. and Leon Hoffman, M.D.
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