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Volume 23 (2013)

Issue 1
Hidden in Plain Sight: Thoughts on Imagination and the Lived Unconscious  1
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
Reports from the Front: The Effects of Hurricane Katrina on Mental Health Professionals in New Orleans  15
Ghislaine Boulanger, Ph.D., Linda M. Floyd, Ph.D., Kathryn L. Nathan, Ph.D., Deborah R. Poitevant, BACS and Elsa Pool, Ph.D.
Fearful Symmetry: Shared Trauma in New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina  31
Ghislaine Boulanger, Ph.D.
Entering Night Country: Reflections on Self-Disclosure and Vulnerability  45
Stephanie R. Brody, Psy.D.
When the Analyst's Protected Space is Breached: Commentary on Paper by Stephanie R. Brody  59
Martin Stephen Frommer, Ph.D.
Navigating Night Country: Self-Disclosure, Mortality, Community  72
Maureen Murphy, Ph.D.
Response to Commentaries on Entering Night Country: Analytic Self-Disclosure as Divergent Conflict  75
Stephanie R. Brody, Psy.D.
The Systems Metaphor in Therapy Discourse: Introducing Systems Intelligence  80
Frank Martela, Ph.D. and Esa Saarinen, Ph.D.
Psychotherapy is an Emergent Process: In Favor of Acknowledging Hermeneutics and Against the Privileging of Systematic Empirical Research  102
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
There is Room for Even More Doublethink: The Perilous Status of Psychoanalytic Research  116
Peter Fonagy, FBA
Response to Fonagy  123
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Corrigendum  128
 
Issue 2
The Development of a Personal View of the Psychoanalytic Field  129
Otto F. Kernberg, M.D.
Moments of Truth and Perverse Scenarios in Psychoanalysis: Revisiting Davies' “Love in the Afternoon”  139
Jonathan H. Slavin, ABPP
From Truth or Dare to Show and Tell: Reflections on Childhood Ritual, Play, and the Evolution of Symbolic Life  150
Jill Gentile, Ph.D.
My Enfant Terrible is Twenty: A Discussion of Slavin's and Gentile's Retrospective Reconsideration of “Love in the Afternoon”  170
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
The Fetish in Nicole Krauss' Great House and in Clinical Practice  180
Joye Weisel-Barth, Psy.D.
Why Psychoanalysis Must not Discard Science and Human Nature  197
Carlo Strenger, Ph.D.
Because the Rock Will not Read the Article: A Discussion of Jeremy D. Safran's Critique of Irwin Z. Hoffman's “Doublethinking our way to Scientific Legitimacy”  211
Philip Cushman, Ph.D.
Response to Strenger  225
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Solving Clinical Puzzles: Memory as Relational Process  230
Lucyann Carlton, Psy.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Analytic Enclaves and Analytic Outcome: A Clinical Mystery  243
Joyce Slochower, APBB
Corrigendum  259
 
Issue 3
Credo  261
Martin S. Bergmann, Ph.D.
Introduction: A Dialectical Constructivist Understanding of Self-Interest and Social Responsibility  269
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
Dialectical Constructivism in Historical Context: Expertise and the Subject of Late Modernity  271
Lynne Layton, Ph.D.
Response to Layton: Considering the Sociopolitical Context of Dialectical Constructivism  287
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Meaning, Mortality, and the Search for Realness and Reciprocity: An Evolutionary/Existential Perspective on Hoffman's Dialectical Constructivism  296
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
Response to Slavin: Considering the Evolutionary and Existential Contexts of Dialectical Constructivism  315
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
The Unseen Spouse: Pitfalls and Possibilities for the Individual Therapist  324
Carla Leone, Ph.D.
The Analyst and the Significant Other: Two's Company, Three's a Crowd: Commentary on Paper by Carla Leone  340
Mary-Joan Gerson, Ph.D.
The Refused Rescue: Commentary on Paper by Carla Leone  349
Richard H. Fulmer, Ph.D.
Reducing Pitfalls, Enhancing Possibilities: Reply to Commentaries  352
Carla Leone, Ph.D.
Attachment and Artistic Expression  356
Clemens Loew, Ph.D.
Out of Darkness: Reverberations of Trauma and its Creative Transformations  362
Sophia Richman, ABPP
Coming out of Hiding: How the Analyst Faces and Transforms his or her Story and its Influence on Clinical Work: Commentary on Papers by Clemens Loew and Sophia Richman  377
Sandra G. Hershberg, M.D.
Issue 4
Intersubjective-Systems Theory: A Phenomenological-Contextualist Psychoanalytic Perspective  383
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Toward a Classical-Relational Synthesis: Introduction to a Case of “Perversion”  390
Stephen Seligman, D.M.H.
The Chameleon Language of Perversion  393
Dana Amir, Ph.D.
On Making Reparation to the Analyst's Idolized Countertransference: Commentary on Paper by Dana Amir  408
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
Talking With Chameleons: The Role of Language-Games and Setting: Commentary on Paper by Dana Amir  418
Francisco J. Gonzalez, M.D.
The Word That Expropriates the Flower: Reply to Commentaries  423
Dana Amir, Ph.D.
On Being, Disappearing, and Becoming: A Journey of Surrender  426
Mitchel Becker, Psy.D. and Boaz Shalgi, Ph.D.
Movement Requires Nothing: Commentary on Paper by Becker and Shalgi  439
Francisco J. Gonzalez, M.D.
The Whole of the No-thing: Reply to Commentary  445
Mitchel Becker, Psy.D. and Boaz Shalgi, Ph.D.
God at an Impasse: Devotion, Social Justice, and the Psychoanalytic Subject  449
Sue Grand, Ph.D.
The Transference is Indeed a Cross: Commentary on Paper by Sue Grand  464
Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
The Self, the Other, and God: Commentary on Paper by Sue Grand  475
Jeff Wells, M.Div.
Reply to Commentaries  481
Sue Grand, Ph.D.
Issue 5
Introduction to Two-Part Panel on the Concept of the “Analytic Field”  485
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
Field Theory in Psychoanalysis, Part I: Harry Stack Sullivan and Madeleine and Willy Baranger  487
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Field Theory: Commentary on Paper by Donnel B. Stern  502
John C. Foehl, Ph.D.
Field of Vision: Radical Uncertainty and the Analyst's Conduct: Commentary on Paper by Donnel B. Stern  514
Don Troise, LCSW
Why is Comparative Psychoanalysis so Difficult? Response to Commentaries by Foehl and Troise  523
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Meditations on Aggression, Loss, Discovery, and Influence in Psychoanalysis  528
Marc Rehm, Ph.D.
Shaping and Discovering: Thoughts About Marc Rehm's Meditations  542
Joyce Slochower, ABPP
Response to Joyce Slochower  548
Marc Rehm, Ph.D.
Introduction: The Immigrant Analyst: Journeys Beyond Otherness  551
Hazel Ipp, Ph.D.
The Immigrant Analyst: A Journey From Double Consciousness Toward Hybridity  554
Glenys Lobban, Ph.D.
On Leaving Home and the Flight From Trauma  568
Dori Laub, M.D.
“Poison Cookies”: Glimpses From the Psychoanalytic Laboratory: Introduction to Case Presentation and Commentaries  581
Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
“Poison Cookies”  589
Katherine Oram, Ph.D.
Discussion of Katherine Oram's Case  599
Sheldon Bach, Ph.D.
Backing Into the Fray: Commentary on Paper by Katherine Oram  602
Mary-Joan Gerson, Ph.D.
On Love and Fortitude: A Relational Discussion of “Poison Cookies”  608
Sue Grand, Ph.D.
Dysregulated Rhythms and the “Grip” of the Context: A Discussion of the Paper “Poison Cookies” by Katherine Oram  613
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
Response to “Poison Cookies” Discussions  620
Katherine Oram, Ph.D.
Announcement  625
 
Issue 6
Miscellaneous
Editorial Board EOV  0
 
Introduction to the Second Panel on the Concept of the “Analytic Field”  627
John C. Foehl, Ph.D.
Field Theory in Psychoanalysis, Part 2: Bionian Field Theory and Contemporary Interpersonal/Relational Psychoanalysis  630
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Analysts in Search of an Author: Voltaire or Artemisia Gentileschi? Commentary on “Field Theory in Psychoanalysis, Part 2: Bionian Field Theory and Contemporary Interpersonal/Relational Psychoanalysis” by Donnel B. Stern  646
Antonino Ferro, Ph.D. and Giuseppe Civitarese, Ph.D
Fields of Thought and Action in Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Paper by Donnel B. Stern  654
Peter Carnochan, Ph.D.
Field Conditions: Discussion of Donnel B. Stern's Field Theory in Psychoanalysis  660
Rachael Peltz, Ph.D. and Peter Goldberg, Ph.D.
Comparing Field Theories  667
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Responses to Commentaries by Ferro and Civitarese, Carnochan, Peltz and Goldberg, and Levine  674
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Putting our Heads Together: Mentalizing Systems  683
Margy Sperry, MFT
Discussion: Putting our Heads Together; Mentalizing Systems  700
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
A Fluctuating Capacity to Mentalize: Affect Scripts and Self-State Systems as (not so) “Strange Attractors”: A Discussion of Margy Sperry's “Putting our Heads Together: Mentalizing Systems”  708
Richard A. Chefetz, M.D.
Response to Commentaries  715
Margy Sperry, MFT
Trauma Triangles and Parallel Processes: Geometry and the Supervisor/Trainee/Patient Triad  720
Dana L. Castellano, Psy.D.
Messages Conveyed in Supervision: Commentary on Paper by Dana L. Castellano, Psy.D.  733
Sandra Buechler, Ph.D.
Ethics, Boundaries, and Supervision. Commentary on Trauma Triangles and Parallel Processes: Geometry and the Supervisor/Trainee/Patient Triad  737
Elizabeth Goren, Ph.D.
All in the Family: Reply to Commentaries  744
Dana L. Castellano, Psy.D.
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