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List of Articles


Volume 9 (2010)

Issue 1 - Hey Toy Man: Multiple Perspectives on a Case of Dramatic Play
Introduction: The Case of “Hey Toy Man”  1
Christopher Bonovitz, PsyD
Hey Toy Man  3
Henry Kronengold, Ph.D.
COMMENTARIES
Earning Reality: A Comment on Henry Kronengold's “Hey Toy Man”  18
Peter Carnochan, Ph.D.
Playing Who We Are Together: Commentary on Henry Kronengold's “Hey Toy Man”  25
Elsa First
Whose Control? A Discussion of Henry Kronengold's “Hey Toy Man”  33
Jo Lang, Ph.D.
Missing Pieces and Incoherence: An Interpersonal/Relational Perspective on Dr. Kronengold's Clinical Material  37
Susan C. Warshaw, Ed.D. and ABPP
RESPONSE
A Walk in the Woods: Reply to Carnochan, First, Lang, & Warshaw  41
Henry Kronengold, Ph.D.
Issue 2-3
Making Meaning Together: Helping Survivors of Violence to Learn at School  47
Martha Bragin, Ph.D. and LCSW and Gideon Karl Bragin, M.P.P.
The Impact of Opposite-Sex Younger Siblings: A Hypothesis Concerning Gender Differences  68
Leon Hoffman, M.D.
Reading Classical Theory in the 21st Century: A Discussion of Leon Hoffman's “The Impact of Opposite-Sex Younger Siblings: A Hypothesis Concerning Gender Differences”  86
Orna Guralnik, Psy.D.
A “Motion Portrait” of a Psychodynamic Treatment of an 11-Year-Old Girl: Exploring Interrelations of Psychotherapy Process and Outcome Using the Child Psychotherapy Q-Set  94
Celeste Schneider, Ph.D., Nick Midgley, Psych.D. and Adam Duncan, M.Sc.
Exploring Object Relations in Hospitalized Children With Caregiver Loss  108
Francine Conway, Ph.D., Maria Oster, M.A. and James McCarthy, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Multiple Meanings of Primitive Symbolic Play: Whose Poop Is It? Case Presentation of the Four Year Treatment of a Latency Age Girl  119
Skye Haberman, Psy.D.
Commentary on Skye Haberman's “Multiple Meanings of Primitive Symbolic Play: Whose Poop Is It? Case Presentation of the Four Year Treatment of a Latency Age Girl”  128
Anni Bergman, Ph.D.
Siblings in the Nursery and Beyond  133
Jane W. Bloomgarden, Ph.D.
When Something More Is Too Much: The Case of Paul  141
Robin Donath
The Impact of Nightmares on the Treatment of a 10-Year-Old Girl  151
Yvette Gonzalez
Discussion of Paul and Danielle: Betrayal and Loyalty in Child Treatment  162
Brenda Lovegrove Lepisto, Psy.D.
Something More, Something Too Much: The Relentless Search for “Just Right”  167
Jacqueline J. Gotthold, Psy.D.
ERRATUM  172
 
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