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Volume 62 (2017)

Issue 1
Editorial  3
Susanna Wright
A Lemma Science of Mind: The Potential of the Kegon (Flower Ornament) Sutra  6
Shin'ichi Nakazawa
The Emergence of the Ecological Mind in Hua-Yen/Kegon Buddhism and Jungian Psychology  20
Joe Cambray, Ph.D.
Soul in the World: Symbolic Culture as the Medium for Psyche  32
Warren Colman
From Freudian Narcissism to the Buddhist Notion of Anatman, via Jung's Idea of Identity  50
François Martin-Vallas
Where East Meets West: In the House of Individuation  67
Murray Stein, Ph.D.
Supervising Away from Home: Clinical, Cultural and Professional Challenges  88
Henry Abramovitch and Jan Wiener
What is a Jungian Analyst Dreaming When Myth Comes to Mind? Thirdness as an Aspect of the Anima Media Natura  107
August J. Cwik, Psy.D.
Floating Worlds and Their Phantoms in the Aftermath of Social Catastrophes  130
Samuel Kimbles, Ph.D.
Mottainai: a Japanese Sense of Anima Mundi  147
Yuriko Sato, M.D.
Book Reviews
West, Marcus. Into the Darkest Places. Early Relational Trauma and Borderline States of Mind. London: Karnac. 2016. Pp. xxv + 334. Pbk. £29.99  155
Carola Mathers
Hill, Daniel. Affect Regulation Theory. A Clinical Model. (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology). New York: W.W Norton & Co. 2015. Pp. 320. Hbk. £20.  157
Jean Knox
Abramovitch, Henry. Brothers and Sisters: Myth and Reality. College Station: Texas A&M University Press. 2014. Pp. xx + 161. Hbk. £25.95.  160
Ruth Williams
Hinshaw, Robert (ed.). Haruki Murakami goes to meet Hayao Kawai. Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag. 2016. Pp. 7-154. Hbk. $/CHF 29.50.  164
Ann Casement
Naiburg, Suzi. Structure and Spontaneity in Clinical Prose: a Writer's Guide for Psychoanalysts and Psychotherapists. New York and London: Routledge. 2015. Pp. 284. Hbk. £126. Pbk. £30.  166
Linda Carter
Meares, Russell. The Poet's Voice in the Making of Mind. London: Routledge. 2016. Pp. 228. Hbk. £100. Pbk. £27.  168
Judith Pickering
Contributors to the Issue  173
Applications are Invited for the Post of US Editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology  176
Issue 2
Editorial  185
David Sedgwick
Identification - Obstacle to Individuation, or: On How to Become ‘Me’  187
Alessandra Cavalli, Ph.D.
Psychological Implications of a Vision Disorder  205
Brian E. Weber, Ph.D.
Disintegration of the Self and the Regeneration of ‘Psychic Skin’ in the Treatment of Traumatized Refugees  227
Monica Luci, Ph.D.
Inching towards Wholeness: C.G. Jung and his Relationship to Judaism  247
Steve Zemmelman, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Autistic Phenomena in The Adventures of Pinocchio  263
Adrian Smith, MSC
Bridging Worlds: Participatory Thinking in Jungian Context  284
Robin S. Brown, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Clay, Catrine. Labyrinths: Emma Jung, Her Marriage to Carl and the Early Years of Psychoanalysis. London: William Collins. 2016. Pp. 406. Hbk. £20.Gaudissart, Imelda. Love and Sacrifice: The Life of Emma Jung. Translated from the French by Kathleen Llamwarne. Asheville, NC: Chiron Publications. 2015. Pp. 189. Hbk. $60. Pbk. $25.  305
Murray Stein
Beebe, John. Energies and Patterns in Psychological Type: The Reservoir of Consciousness. New York: Routledge. 2016. Pp. 232.Hbk. $190. Pbk. $52.95.  308
Angelo Spoto
Critchley, Simon & Webster, Jamieson. Stay, Illusion! The Hamlet Doctrine. New York: Pantheon Books. 2013. Pp. xi +269. Pbk. $15.95.Williams, Meg Harris. Hamlet in Analysis: Horatio's Story - A Trial of Faith. London: Karnac Books. 2014. Pp. xii + 203. Pbk. $40.95.  311
Ronald Jalbert
Film and Culture
Mustang: Learning From Experience  318
Roselyn Abbott, M.A.
A Different Way of Being in the World: The Attitude of the Patient Screenwriter  323
Chiara Tozzi, Ph.D.
The Mercurius Prize for Films of Excellence in Depth Psychological Awareness  328
Contributors to the Issue  329
Issue 3 - Special Issue: Jung and Technology
Guest Editorial: Jung and Technology  335
Raya A. Jones, Ph.D.
Archaic Man Meets a Marvellous Automaton: Posthumanism, Social Robots, Archetypes  338
Raya A. Jones, Ph.D.
Analytical Practice: Do the New Technologies Have an Impact?  356
Davide Favero and Stefano Candellieri
Tele-Analysis: The Use of Media Technology in Psychotherapy and its Impact on the Therapeutic Relationship  372
Christian Roesler
Rediscovering the Ritual Technology of the Placebo Effect in Analytical Psychology  395
Erik Goodwyn, M.D.
Advances in Functional Brain Imaging Technology and Developmental Neuro-Psychology: Their Applications in the Jungian Analytic Domain  415
Leon Petchkovsky
Other Articles
A Response to Steve Myers: The Transcendent Function is Different in Kind  434
Barbara Helen Miller, Ph.D. and James Graham Johnston
Response to Miller and Johnston  442
Steve Myers
Book Reviews
Stein, Murray. Soul: Treatment and Recovery: The Selected Works of Murray Stein. East Sussex and New York: Routledge. 2016. Pp.xvi + 194. Hbk. $160.00.  446
Patricia Vesey-McGrew
Wachtel, Ellen. F. The Heart of Couple Therapy: Knowing What to Do and How to Do It. New York: Guilford Press. 2017. Pp. vii + 276. Hbk. $35.  448
Leslye Noyes
McCabe, Ian. Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous. The Twelve Steps as a Spiritual Journey of Individuation. London: Karnac, 2015. Pp. 188. Pbk. £22.99.  451
Mary Addenbrooke
Escamilla, Michael. Bleuler, Jung, and the Creation of the Schizophrenias. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag. 2016. Pp. 278. $40.00.  454
Joseph McFadden
Book Review Essay
Nettleton, Sarah. The Metapsychology of Christopher Bollas. London: Routledge. 2016. Pp xii + 114. Hbk. £80. Pbk. £19.99  456
David Hewison
Contributors to the Issue  465
Issue 4
Editorial  471
David Sedgwick
Trauma, Innocence and the Core Complex of Dissociation  474
Donald E. Kalsched, Ph.D.
Unformulated Experience, Dissociation, and Nachträglichkeit  501
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Mind, Brain and Body. Healing Trauma: The Way Forward  526
Margaret Wilkinson, B.A, Dip. Ed, Dip. Th.
The Possessions at Loudun: Tracking the Discourse of Dissociation  544
Craig E. Stephenson
The Latency Complex: The Dead Hand of Anti-Development  567
Barry D. Proner, M.D.
Self-Disclosure, Trauma and the Pressures on the Analyst  585
Marcus West
Book Reviews
Borossa J., Bronstein, C., Pajaczkowska, C. (eds). The New Klein-Lacan Dialogues. London: Karnac Books. 2015. Pp. 352. Pbk: £26.99; $43.95.  602
Ann Casement
Ferrer, Jorge N. Participation and the Mystery: Transpersonal Essays in Psychology, Education, and Religion. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. 2017. Pp. ix + 376. Hbk. $95.  605
Robin S. Brown
Journal Reviews
Ogden, T.H. (2016). ‘Destruction reconceived: on Winnicott's “The use of an object and relating through identifications’”. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 97, 5, 1243-62.  608
Jinny Sumner
Birksted-Breen, D. 2016. ‘Bi-ocularity, the functioning mind of the psychoanalyst’. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 97, 1, 25-40.  610
Constance Romero
Stiffell, G. & Holtam, R. (2016). ‘Beware the song of the sirens: reflections on the seductive face of narcissism’. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 32, 1, 37-52.  614
Joanna de Waal
Gentile, K. (2016). Generating subjectivity through the creation of time. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 33, 2, 264-83.  616
Deborah Bryon
Maldonado, J.L. & Solimano, A.L. (2016). ‘Reflections on trauma, symbolization and psychic pain in a case of neurosis and a case of psychosis’. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 97, 5, 1299-1320.  619
Diana Moffat
Corbett, L. & Whitney, L. (2016). ‘Jung and non-duality: some clinical and theoretical implications of the self as totality of the psyche’. International Journal of Jungian Studies, 8, 1, 15-27.  622
Brigitte Vienne
Contributors to the Issue  625
Issue 5
Editorial  631
Tom Kelly
Articles: ‘Whither Jungian Analysis?’
The Future of Jungian Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats (‘SWOT’)  636
Andrew Samuels
The Historicity and Potential of Jungian Analysis: Another View of ‘SWOT’  650
Toshio Kawai, Ph.D.
Brief Remarks on Toshio Kawai's Response to My SAP Lecture  658
Andrew Samuels
Bureaucracy and Creativity: Do They Make Companionable Bedfellows?  660
Jan Wiener
The Wrong Side of History  670
Warren Colman
Articles: Proceedings: Journal of Analytical Psychology Conference, New York, 20-23 April 2017
Transgenderism and Transformation: An Attempt at a Jungian Understanding  678
Michael A. Marsman
God of the Hinge: Treating LGBTQIA Patients  688
Annie Boland, M.D.
Chilled to the Bone: Embodied Countertransference and Unspoken Traumatic Memories  701
Luisa Zoppi, Ph.D.
Unconscious Choice: The Dissociation of Creative Animus among Writers and Psychotherapists  710
Alison Clark
The Words We Work with That Work on Us: Clinical Paradigm and Cumulative Relational Trauma  720
Birgit Heuer, Ph.D.
‘Clemency on the Way to the Gallows’: Death, Dreams and Dissociation†  732
Kenneth Kimmel
Treatment of Developmental Stress Disorder: Mind, Body and Brain - Analysis and Pharmacology Coupled  744
Joseph McFadden
Preliminary Thoughts on the Neurobiology of Innate Unconscious Structures and the Psychodynamics of Language Acquisition  756
Susan Mizen
Book Reviews
Marzi, Andrea. Psychoanalysis, Identity, and the Internet: Explorations into Cyberspace. London. Karnac Books. 2016. Pbk. $45  771
Michael J. Loeffler
Brewster, Fanny. African Americans and Jungian Psychology: Leaving the Shadows. New York: Routledge. 2017. Pp. xvi + 136. Hbk. $190. Pbk. $52.95.  775
Allison F. Avery
Film and Culture
Andrei Tarkovsky: Stalker of the Unconscious  778
Elena Pourtova
David I. Tresan (1937-2016)  787
Betsy Cohen
Contributors to the Issue  789
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