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List of Articles

Volume 2 (2002)

Issue 1
Parent Work in Analysis II—Children, Adolescents, and Adults: Recommendation, Beginning, and Middle Phases of Treatment  1
Kerry Kelly Novick and Jack Novick, Ph.D.
Relational Horizons in Child Psychoanalysis  29
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
Adoption, Attachment, and Reenactment in the Therapeutic Setting: A Case Study of an Adolescent Girl  39
Adrian Tubero, M.A.
Holding and Treating the Traumatized Child: A Preschooler's Resilience in Mastering His Fears and Making Sense of His Life  67
Adela Castillo, M.S. and Jean Bailey, Ph.D.
Healing Damaged Attachment Relationships in Young Foster Care Children  95
Jane Fixman, Ph.D.
A Love of Things Irreconcilable: The Narration of Metaphor in Child Psychotherapy  107
Catharine DuB. Fincke, C.S.W.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: An Alternative Viewpoint  125
Robert A. Furman, M.D.
Self-Esteem and Depression in Adolescents with Specific Learning Disability  145
Stephen Migden, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Trends in Child Development and the Family  1
Judith Wallerstein, Ph.D.
Parent Work in Analysis: Children, Adolescents, and Adults. Part Three: Middle and Pretermination Phases  17
Jack Novick, Ph.D. and Kerry Kelly Novick
Parent Work in Analysis: Children, Adolescents, and Adults. Part Four: Termination and Post-Termination Phases  43
Kerry Kelly Novick and Jack Novick, Ph.D.
Locating the Metaphor and Sensing the Poetic: Psychotherapy with Children in States of Nonexperiencing  57
Ionas Sapountzis, Ph.D.
Introduction  77
Elizabeth Kandall, Ph.D.
Geraldine: On the Way Out of Foster Care  79
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
Not for Love or Money: A Discussion of a Case Presentation  85
Neil Altman and Toni Vaughn Heineman, DMH
Beyond Love and Money: Response to Discussion  93
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
Afterword: Response to Neil Altman  95
Toni Vaughn Heineman, DMH
Interactive Movement Patterns as Ports of Entry in Infant-Parent Psychotherapy: Ways of Seeing Nonverbal Behavior  97
K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D.
Clinical and Observational Psychoanalytic Research: Roots of a Controversy by André Green and Daniel Stern  133
Phyllis Ackman, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Video Feedback with a Depressed Mother and Her Infant: A Collaborative Individual Psychoanalytic and Mother-Infant Treatment  1
Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D. and Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.
Discussion of “Video Feedback with a Depressed Mother and Her Infant”  57
Phyllis Ackman, Ph.D.
Commentary on “Video Feedback with a Depressed Mother and Her Infant”  67
Anni Bergman, Ph.D.
Using the Children's Play Therapy Instrument to Measure Change in Psychotherapy: The Conflicted Player  73
Saralea E. Chazan, Ph.D. and Jonathan Wolf, M.D.
Object Relations in Action, or “The Impossible Profession Revisited”  103
Marcia Kaufman, Ph.D.
The Case of Alicia: Understanding Selective Mutism and Alopecia within a Cultural Framework  121
Carmen Inoa Vazquez, Ph.D. and Loma Myers, Ph.D.
“I'm Not Smiling, I'm Frowning Upside Down”: Exploring the Concept of the claustrum and its significance in work with an adolescent girl  131
Debbie Hindle, B.A, (HONS), CQSW, MACP and D. Psych Psych
Joining In: An Account of a Latency Group  157
Kate Henderson, B.A, M.A.
Issue 4
Introduction  ix
Morris Eagle, Ph.D. and Gary Cox-Steiner, Ph.D.
Moments of Regulation and the Development of Self-Narratives  1
Arietta Slade, Ph.D.
Some Clinical Issues in the Light of Attachment Research and Theory  11
Morris Eagle, Ph.D.
Attachment in Developmental Perspective  19
Alan Sroufe, Ph.D.
The Internal Working Model or the Interpersonal Interpretive Function  27
Peter Fonagy, Ph.D.
Brief Comments on Attachment and Psychopathology  39
Judith Crowell, M.D.
The Increasing Differentiation and Nontransferability of Ways of Being Together  47
E. Z. Tronick, Ph.D.
Organizing Principles of Interaction from Infant Research and the Lifespan Prediction of Attachment: Application to Adult Treatment  61
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. and Frank Lachmann, Ph.D.
Attachment Representations in School-Age Children: The Early Development of the Child Attachment Interview (CAI)  91
Mary Target, Ph.D., Yael Shmueli-Goetz, Ph.D. and Peter Fonagy, Ph.D.
The Two-Person Construction of Defenses: Disorganized Attachment Strategies, Unintegrated Mental States, and Hostile/Helpless Relational Processes  107
Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Ph.D.
The Clinical Implications of Current Attachment Research for Interventions with Borderline Patients*  121
Diana Diamond, Ph.D., John F. Clarkin, Ph.D., Kenneth N. Levy, Ph.D., Hilary Levine, Ph.D. and Pamela Foelsch, Ph.D.
Intervening with Attachments in Mind  151
Mary J. Ward, Ph.D.
Clinical Implications Drawn from the New Biology of Attachment  157
Myron Hofer, M.D.
Why the “Transmission Gap” in Attachment Research: Differential Susceptibility to Rearing Influence?  163
Jay Belsky, Ph.D.
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