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Volume 16 (2006)

Issue 1
What's a Good Object to Do?  1
Neil J. Skolnick, Ph.D.
Diagnosis-of-the-Moment and What Kind of Good Object the Patient Needs the Analyst to be: Commentary on Paper by Neil Skolnick  29
Jay Frankel, Ph.D.
The Action's in the Action: Reply to Commentary  39
Neil J. Skolnick, Ph.D.
“I'm in the Milk and the Milk's in Me”: Eros in the Clinical Relationship  45
Susan Bodnar, Ph.D.
“The Gift of an Apple or the Twist of an Arm” Negotiation in Couples and Couple Therapy  71
Barbara Pizer, ED.D., ABPP and Stuart A. Pizer, Ph.D., ABPP
Signing with a Scar: Understanding Self-Harm  93
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
Sexual Boundary Violations in the Office: When is a Couch Just a Couch?  113
Andrea Celenza, Ph.D.
Issue 2
A Note From the Editors: The Editors  129
Neil Altman, Ph.D. and Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Introduction: The Editors  131
Pandora Meets the NICU Parent or Whither Hope?  133
Zina Steinberg, ED.D.
So the Cradle Won't Fall: Holding the Staff who Hold the Parents in the NICU  149
Susan B. Kraemer, Ph.D.
It's Rarely Cold in the NICU: The Permeability of Psychic Space  165
Susan B. Kraemer, Ph.D. and Zina Steinberg, ED.D.
Bearing Witness: Across the Barriers in Society and in the Clinic  181
Chana Ullman, Ph.D.
I, Thou, and Us: Relationality and the Interpretive Process in Clinical Practice  199
Juan Tubert-Oklander, M.D.
The Elusiveness of the Relational Unconscious: Commentary on Paper by Juan Taubert-Oklander  217
Samuel Gerson, Ph.D.
On the Inherent Relationality of the Unconscious: Reply to Commentary  227
Juan Tubert-Oklander, M.D.
Issue 3
Facilitating Analysis with Implicit and Explicit Self-Disclosures  241
Helen K. Gediman, Ph.D., ABBP
The Psychoanalytic Other: Commentary on Paper by Helen K. Gediman  263
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D., ABPP
Disclosure, Dis-closure, Diss/clothes/sure: Commentary on Paper by Helen K. Gediman  273
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
The Illusion of Certainty in Self-Disclosure: Commentary on Paper by Helen K. Gediman  293
Christopher Bonovitz, PsyD
Reply to Commentaries  305
Helen K. Gediman, Ph.D., ABBP
“I Have a Lower Class Body”  317
Mary E. Sonntag, CSW
Words Just Don't Cut It: Commentary on Paper by Mary E. Sonntag  333
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
Containers Without Lids  341
Peter G. M. Carnochan, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Symposium: On the Interface of Kleinian and Intersubjectivist Approaches to a Clinical Case  363
Stephen Seligman, DMH and Malcom Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
Unconscious Experience: Relational Perspectives  365
Meira Likierman, Ph.D.
Crash: What We Do When We Cannot Touch: Commentary on Paper by Meira Likierman  377
Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D.
How a Kleinian Analysis Also Tells a Relational and Intersubjective Story: Commentary on Paper by Meira Likierman  387
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
The Analyst's Theoretical Persuasion and the Construction of a Conscientious Analysis: Commentary on Paper by Meira Likierman  397
Stephen Seligman, DMH
Some Questions About Divergences and Similarities Between Kleinian and Intersubjective Approaches: Reply to Commentaries  407
Meira Likierman, Ph.D.
Introduction to Papers from the Conference Dionysius' Ear: Trauma, Tragedy, and Psychoanalytic Listening  413
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Tragedy and Healing  417
Maurizio Pinato, Ph.D.
Shattering the Analytic Mirror: Corinna and the Interweaving of Trauma and Tragedy in Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Paper by Maurizio Pinato  431
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
Between Fate and Destiny: Oedipus and Reactive Certainty in the Consulting Room  445
Suzi Naiburg, Ph.D., LICSW
“Earth, Speak to Me, Grass, Speak to Me!” Trauma, Tragedy, and the Crash Between Cultures in Medea  465
Susanna Federici-Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
Mythos and Logos  481
Spyros D. Orfanos, Ph.D., ABPP
Issue 5
From Lifegiver to Mutual Nurturance: A Relational Perspective on Symington's Monadic View of Narcissism  499
Batya Shoshani, D.S.W., Michael Shoshani, Psy.D. and Mitchel Becker, Psy.D.
Foreclosed Futures: Working in Clinical Gray Zones  519
Maureen Murphy, Ph.D.
Where We Both Have Lived  527
Sandra Silverman, L.C.S.W.
Ghosts, Unhealable Wounds, and Resilience: Commentary on Papers by Sandra Silverman and Maureen Murphy  543
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Our Histories are with Us: Reply to Commentary  553
Sandra Silverman, L.C.S.W.
Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious: Humor as a Fundamental Emotional Experience  557
Joseph Newirth, Ph.D., ABPP
And Now for Something Completely Different: Humor in Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Paper by Joseph Newirth  573
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
The Analyst as Comic and the Comic in Analysis: Reply to Commentary  579
Joseph Newirth, Ph.D.
Termination, Terminable and Interminable: Commentary on Paper by Jody Messler Davies  585
Heather Craige, M.S.W.
Termination and Its Discontents: Commentary on Paper by Jody Messler Davies  591
Kim Rosenfield, LCSW
A Letter to Jody Messler Davies  595
Sarah Hill, LCSW
Time Passes: Commentary on Paper by Jody Messler Davies  599
Bruce Reis, Ph.D.
Terminations, Self-States, and Complexity in Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Paper by Jody Messler Davies  603
William J. Coburn, Ph.D., PSYD
Reply to Commentaries  611
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Issue 6
At the Nexus of Love, Lust, and Attachment  617
Margaret Crastnopol, Ph.D.
“Let's Do It Again”: Further Reflections on Eros and Attachment  619
Virginia Goldner
On the Subjectivity of Lustful States of Mind  639
Martin Stephen Frommer, Ph.D.
The Times We Sizzle, and the Times We Sigh: The Multiple Erotics of Arousal, Anticipation, and Release  665
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
The Rub: Sexual Interplay as a Nexus of Lust, Romantic Love, and Emotional Attachment  687
Margaret Crastnopol, Ph.D.
Love, Desire, Jouissance: Two out of Three Ain't Bad  711
Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, Ph.D.
Sitting with Eros and Psyche on a Buddhist Psychoanalyst's Cushion  725
Harriet Kimble Wrye, Ph.D., ABPP
Opening what has been Closed, Relaxing what has been Clenched: Dissociation and Enactment Over Time in Committed Relationships  747
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Unforgetting and Excess, the Re-creation and Re-finding of Suppressed Sexuality  763
Ruth A. Stein, Ph.D.
Love, Sex, Romance, and Psychoanalytic Goals  779
Mark J. Blechner, Ph.D.
Tanya and the Adaptive Dialectic of Romantic Passion and Secure Attachment  793
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
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