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List of Articles

Volume 51 (2006)

Issue 1
Editorial  v
Jean Knox and Michael Horne
Conference Papers: ‘Clinical Developments in Analytical Psychology Over 50 Years’ St Anne's College, University of Oxford, April 7th to 10th, 2005
Towards the Feeling of Emergence  1
Joe Cambray, M.A.
Imagination and the Imaginary  21
Warren Colman
The Dreaming Mind-Brain: A Jungian Perspective  43
Margaret Wilkinson, BA Hons, Dip. Ed
Response to Margaret Wilkinson  61
Dyane N. Sherwood, Ph.D.
A Spinozan Lens onto the Confusions of Borderline Relations  67
Giles Clark, M.A.
Panel: The Complementary Roles of the IAAP and the JAP in Developing Jungian Clinical Practice  87
A. Casement, BSc, FRAI, FRSM, T. B. Kirsch and B. Wharton
1. The interdisciplinary approach to Jungian clinical practice in the IAAP and the JAP  87
Ann Casement, BSc, FRAI, FRSM
2. The IAAP and the JAP: A Brief History of their Management of Theoretical Diversity  94
Thomas B. Kirsch, M.D.
3. The Complementary Roles of the IAAP and the JAP in Developing Jungian Clinical Practice  101
Barbara Wharton, M.A.
The Analyst's Body as Tuning Fork: Embodied Resonance in Countertransference  109
Martin Stone
The Developmental/Emergent Model of Archetype, its Implications and its Application to Shamanism  125
John Merchant
Endnotes: Clinical Developments and Organizational Containment  145
Hester McFarland Solomon, M.A.
Book Reviews
Schenk, Ronald. The Sunken Quest, the Wasted Fisher, the Pregnant Fish: Postmodern Reflections on Depth Psychology. Wilmette, Illinois: Chiron Publications, 2001. Pp. 176. Pbk. £15.99.  149
Michael Horne
Yarom, Nitza. The Matrix of Hysteria. Psychoanalysis of the Struggle between the Sexes as Enacted in the Body. London & New York: Routledge, 2005. Pp. 243. Hbk. £29.95.  151
Marica Rytovaara
Greenwood Lynn. Violent Adolescents: Understanding the Destructive Impulse. London: Karnac Books, 2005. Pp. xviii+103. Pbk. £19.99.  153
Mary Addenbrooke
Solomon, Marion F. & Siegel, Daniel J. Healing Trauma: Attachment, Mind, Body and Brain. New York & London: W.W. Norton, 2003. Pp. 357. Hbk. £30.00/$40.00.  155
Joe McFadden
White, Kate (Ed.). Attachment and Sexuality in Clinical Practice. The John Bowlby Memorial Conference Monograph 2004. London: Karnac, 2005. Pp. 97. Pbk. £9.99.  156
Susanna Abse Tavistock
Botella, César & Botella, Sára. The Work of Psychic Figurability: Mental States without Representation. London & New York: Routledge with the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London/The New Library of Psychoanalysis, 2004. Pp. 212. Pbk. £18.99.  158
Angela Connolly
Paul Roazen: (14 August 1936-3 November 2005)  160
Joe Cambray
Issue 2
Conference Papers: ‘Clinical Developments in Analytical Psychology Over 50 Years’ St Anne's College, University of Oxford, April 7th to 10th, 2005
Through the Iron Curtain: Analytical Space in Post-Soviet Russia  173
Angela Connolly
‘Held in Mind’ or ‘Hell in Mind’: Group Therapy in Poland  191
Dale Mathers, Fiona Palmer Barnes and Amélie Noack
The Art of the Tincture: Analytical Supervision  209
August J. Cwik, PsyD
Fifty Years on: A Training for the 21st Century, from Couple to Community  227
Jan Wiener and Christopher Perry
Who's Afraid of the Wolfe Couple: the Interlocking Traumatic Scene  251
Judith Pickering
How the Mind Understands Other Minds: Cognitive Psychology, Attachment and Reflective Function  271
Massimo Giannoni, M.D. and Marina Corradi, M.D.
Jung, the Trickster Writer, or what Literary Research can do for the Clinician  285
Susan Rowland, M.D., Ph.D.
From: Maria Ellen Chiaia & Lauren Cunningham, San Francisco September 2005  301
Book Reviews
From: Joy Schaverien, Leicester, UK October 2005  304
From: David H. Rosen, College Station, Texas May 2005  306
Singer, Thomas & Kimbles, Samuel L. (EDS.). The Cultural Complex. Contemporary Jungian Perspectives on Psyche and Society. Hove & New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2004. Pp. xiv+279. Pbk. £ 18.99.  307
Jean Thomson
Rowland, Susan. Jung as a Writer. Hove & New York: Routledge, 2005. pp. xiii+222. Pbk. £19.99.  310
Lee Roloff
Judith Hubback: (23 February 1917-6 January 2006)  321
Philip Tyler Zabriskie: (6 March 1928-25 December 2005)  324
Erratum  328
Issue 3
Conference Papers: ‘Clinical Developments in Analytical Psychology Over 50 Years’ St Anne's College, University of Oxford, 7th to 10th April 2005
Editing as a Psychological Practice  329
John Beebe, M.D.
Group Process in Jungian Analytic Training and Institute Life  357
Jean Kirsch, M.D. and Suzy Spradlin, M.D.
The Analysis of the Homoerotic and the Pursuit of Meaning  381
Barry Miller, Ph.D.
Queering Gender: Anima/Animus and the Paradigm of Emergence  401
Susan McKenzie, M.S.
A Word about Words  423
Barry D. Proner, M.D.
Postmodern Consciousness in Psychotherapy  437
Toshio Kawai, M.D.
Attachment-Dissociation Network: Some thoughts about a Modern Complex Theory  451
Gustav Bovensiepen, M.D.
Response  467
Richard Carvalho, M.D., FRCPsych
Book Reviews
Austin, Sue. Women's Aggressive Fantasies. A Post-Jungian Exploration of Self-Hatred, Love and Agency. London: Routledge,. 2005 Pp. 270. Hbk. $90.00; Pbk. 19.99.  473
Leslye Noyes
Bradway, Kay, Chambers, Lucia & Chiaia, Maria Ellen. Sandplay in Three Voices: Images, Relationships, the Numinous. London: Routledge, 2005 Pp. 212. Hbk. 29.95.  475
Margaret Baron
Richebächer, Sabine. Sabina Spielrein. ‘Eine fast grausame Liebe zur Wissenschaft’. Zürich: Dorlemann Verlag. 2005 Pp. 396.  476
Barbara Wharton
Field, Nathan with Trudy Harvey & Belinda Sharp (eds). Ten Lectures on Psychotherapy and Spirituality. London/New York: Karnac. 2005 Pp 201. Pbk. 19.99.  480
Martin Schmidt
Nardone, Giorgio, Milanese, Roberta & Verbitz, Tiziana. Prison of Food. Research and Treatment of Eating Disorders. London: Karnac Books, 2005. Pp. 287. Pbk. $19.99.  483
Andréa Fiuza Hunt
Issue 4
Articles: Historical Paper
Tina Keller's Analyses with C. G. Jung and Toni Wolff, 1915-1928  493
Wendy Swan Sullivan, Ph.D.
Response to ‘Tina Keller's Analyses with C.G. Jung and Toni Wolff, 1915-1928’  512
Coline Covington, Ph.D.
Response to Wendy Swan's Account of Tina Keller's Analyses  517
Joe Cambray, Ph.D.
Reply to Coline Covington and Joe Cambray  525
Wendy Swan, Ph.D.
Sabina Spielrein: Out from the Shadow of Jung and Freud  527
Brian R. Skea, Ph.D., MED
Articles: Archetypes and clinical practice
Synchronicity and the Capacity to Think: A Clinical Exploration  553
Annie Reiner, LCSW
A Narratological Methodology for Identifying Archetypal Story Patterns in Autobiographical Narratives  574
Christian Roesler, D.PHIL
Book Review
Shamdasani, Sonu. Jung Stripped Bare By His Biographers, Even. London: Karnac Books, 2005. Pp. x + 132. Pbk. £9.99.  587
George B. Hogenson
Agnel, Aimé. Jung: La Passion de l'Autre. Toulouse, France: Les Essentiels Milan, 2004. Pp. 63. Pbk. € 5,50.  593
Angela Connolly Dragosei
Case, Caroline. Imagining Animals: Art, Psychotherapy and Primitive States of Mind. London & New York: Routledge, 2005. Pp. 241. Hbk. €50.00/Pbk. €18.99.  594
Joy Schaverien
Journal Review
Grotstein, James S. ‘Projective transidentification: An extension of the concept of projective identification’, Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2005, 86, pp. 1051-69.  596
Barry D. Proner
Orange, Donna M. ‘For whom the bell tolls: context, complexity, and compassion in psychoanalysis’, International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 2006, 1, 1, pp. 5-21.  598
Kimbrough A. Besheer
Andrade, Victor Manoel (2005). ‘Affect and the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis’, Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2005, 86, Part 3, pp. 677-97.  600
Margaret Wilkinson
Brothers, Leslie. ‘The trouble with neurobiological explanations of mind’, Psychoanal. Inq., 2002, 22, 5, pp. 857-70.  603
David Tresan
Casement, Patrick. ‘The Emperor's clothes: Some serious problems in psychoanalytic training’, Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2005, 86, Part IV, pp. 1143-60.  607
David Hewison
Ogden, T. H. ‘On psychoanalytic supervision’, Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2005, 86, Part 5, pp. 1265-80.  610
Christine Driver
Zizek, Slavoj. ‘Jews, Christians and Other Monsters’, lacanian ink, 2004, 23, pp. 83-98.  611
Bonnelle L. Strickling
Thibaudier, Viviane ‘The mystique of masochism’. Cahiers jungiens de psychanalyse, September 2005, 115, pp. 13-23.  613
Ann Kutek
Hollan, Douglas. ‘Self systems, cultural idioms of distress, and the psycho-bodily consequences of childhood suffering’, Transcultural Psychiatry, 2004, 41, pp. 62-79.  615
Devon E. Hinton
Hinshelwood, R. D. ‘The individual and the influence of social settings: a psychoanalytic perspective on the interaction of the individual and society’, British Journal of Psychotherapy, Winter 2005, 22, 2, pp. 155-66.  617
Victoria Graham Fuller
Issue 5
Article: Clinical and Theoretical Perspectives
The Transferential Chimera: A Clinical Approach: Winning Article of the Special Michael Fordham 50th Anniversary Prize  627
François Martin-Vallas
The Week the Couch Arrived  643
Robert F. Tyminski, DMH
Collective Complexes—Total Perspectives  661
Päivi Marjaana Alho, MSC
Discontinuities in the Male Psyche: Waiting, Deadness and Disembodiment. Archetypal and Clinical Approaches  681
Phil Goss, MSC
Article: Psychoanalytic Literary Study
The Death of a Mind: A Study of Shakespeare's Richard III  701
Maxine K. Anderson
Response: Response to John Beebe's ‘Editing as a psychological practice’ Journal of Analytical Psychology, June 2006, 51, 3, 329-56)  717
Susan Greenberg
Book Reviews
Papadopoulos, Renos K. The Handbook of Jungian Psychology: Theory, Practice and Applications. London & New York: Routledge, 2006. Pp. xiv + 394. Hbk. £55.00; Pbk. £19.99.  719
Joseph Reppen
Hauke, Christopher. Human Being Human: Culture and the Soul. London & New York: Routledge, 2005. Pp. xviii + 217. Hbk. £40.00; Pbk. £i2.99/$22.95.  721
Sylvester Wojtkowski
Mattoon, Mary Ann. Jung and the Human Psyche: An Understandable Introduction. Hove, East Sussex: Routledge, 2005. Pp. 201. Hbk. £50.00; Pbk. £15.99.  723
David Hewison and Madeleine Morrissey
Agnel, Aimé, with Cazenave, Michel; Dorly, Claire; Krakowiak, Suzanne; Leterrier, Monique; Thibaudier, Viviane. Le Vocabulaire de Jung. Paris: Editions Ellipses, 2005. Pp. 106. Pbk. €6, 50.  725
George Bright
Marlan, Stanton. The Black Sun: The Alchemy and Art of Darkness. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press, 2005. Pp. xiii + 2.66. Hbk. $29.95.  726
Kathleen Martin
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