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Volume 27 (2017)

Issue 1
Credo: My Psychoanalytic Adventure—A Quest to Conceptualize Therapeutic Efficacy  1
Howard Bacal, M.D.
The Problem of Thinking in Black and White: Race in the South African Clinical Dyad  20
Yvette M. Esprey, B.A. Hons. M.A.
Wishing to Be White: Begging to Be Black  36
Gillian Straker, Ph.D.
Thoughts from a Safe Harbor: Commentary on The Problem of Thinking by Yvette Esprey  43
Neil Altman, Ph.D.
Reclaiming a Mind: Commentary on Paper by Yvette Esprey  47
Melanie Suchet, Ph.D.
Penetrating Subjectivity: Response to Commentaries  52
Yvette M. Esprey, B.A. Hons. M.A.
Introduction to Panel: Ghosts that Haunt—Sexual Boundary Violations in our Communities  61
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D. ABPP
Through a Glass, Clearly  67
Seth Aronson, Psy.D.
Are You Sure It Was with a Patient? What We Talk About When We Talk About Sexual Boundary Violations  73
Nancy Crown, Ph.D.
Candidates’ Responses to Sexual Boundary Violations  79
Carina Grossmark, Ph.D.
Holistic Thinking and Therapeutic Action: Building on Louis Sander’s Contribution  89
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
The Principle of Necessity, and the Necessity of Principle: Commentary on Steven Stern’s Paper “Holistic Thinking and Therapeutic Action: Building on Louis Sander’s Contribution”  104
William J. Coburn, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Issue 2
Working in the Shadow of the Election: The Day After At Work in the Aftermath of the Trump Victory: Editors’ Introduction  111
Stephen Seligman, Hazel Ipp and Anthony Bass
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Jason’s Dream  113
Barbara Pizer, Ed.D., ABPP
Shock and the Search for Allied Power  115
Stuart A. Pizer, Ph.D., ABPP
Trump Trauma  117
Ken Corbett, Ph.D.
The Day After in Therapy  119
Eyal Rozmarin, Ph.D., ABPP
External Crises and Analytic Symmetry  122
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
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Theory and Patients as Friends to My Post-Election Shock  124
Peter N. Maduro, J.D., Psy.D., Psy.D.
Horton Hears a Who, and I Do Too!  127
Susan Bodnar, Ph.D.
“Unbearable Knowledge”: Managing Cultural Trauma at the Royal Commission  130
Kathleen McPhillips, Ph.D.
Cultural Trauma and Countertransference Experiences of Therapists Dealing With Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Response to Kathleen McPhillips  147
Judith Pickering, Ph.D.
Collectively Speaking: The Many Meanings of Naming and Sharing Group Trauma  156
Sally Swartz, Ph.D.
Who Will Sing With the Perpetrator?  164
Gerard Webster, Psy.D.
Breathing Underwater—Swimming in the Sea of Collective Trauma  172
Kathleen McPhillips, Ph.D.
In Memory of Harold Searles: 1918–2015  182
Lewis Aron, Ph.D. and Amy Lieberman, LCSW
Written 1948/1949 Published 1978-1979 International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Edited by Robert Langs, M.D. and the Editorial Board Volume Seven, 1978-79
Concerning Transference and Countertransference  192
Harold F. Searles, M.D.
Introduction to Panel: Therapists Coping with Cancer:Personal Accounts of Living and Working through Illness in the Consulting Room  211
Joseph Newirth, Ph.D., A.B.P.P
Overcoming the Shame of Cancer  213
Joseph Newirth, Ph.D., A.B.P.P
Man on Wire: Walking the Therapeutically Transformative Tightrope of the Analyst’s Cancer  218
Adam Kaplan, Ph.D.
On Visitations: The Appearance of Sustaining Thoughts When Processing the Therapist’s Illness with Patients  227
James L. Cooper, Ph.D.
When the Analyst Suffers Illness and Loss  237
Sandra Buechler, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Time-Soaked: How Trauma Submerges In and Out of Time  241
Bob Bartlett, Ph.D.
Wade in the Water: Transference Actualization and the Ethics of Memory—Discussion of Bartlett’s “Time-Soaked”  255
William F. Cornell, M.A.
Dreams and Self Rebirthing  264
Brent Willock, Ph.D.
Dwelling in Possibility: Response to Willock and Cornell  278
Bob Bartlett, Ph.D.
Going Too Far: Relational Heroines and Relational Excess  282
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
“Going Too Far” or Shifting the Paradigm? An Intergenerational Response to Dr. Slochower’s Relational Heroines  300
Amy Schwartz Cooney, Ph.D.
Pitfalls on our “New Royal Road”: Commentary on Paper by Joyce Slochower  307
Emanuel Berman, Ph.D.
Contexts, Polarities, and Pluralism. Discussion of Slochower’s “Going Too Far: Relational Heroines and Relational Excess”  313
Thomas Rosbrow, Ph.D.
Understanding the Sexuality of Infants Within Caregiving Relationships in the First Year  320
Frances Thomson-Salo, Ph.D. and Campbell Paul, M.B., B.S.
The Joyfully Sexual Infant in the Room: A Response to Frances Thomson-Salo and Campbell Paul  338
Dimitra Bekos, B.A., B.S.W., M.C.P.P. and Teresa Russo, M.B., B.S., M-MHS
In the Night Kitchen: What Are the Ingredients of Infantile Sexuality?  344
Susan C. Vaughan, M.D.
Out of the Night Kitchen and Into Clinical Practice: Response to Commentaries  349
Frances Thomson-Salo, Ph.D. and Campbell Paul, M.B., B.S.
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Working in the Shadow of the Election: The Day After, Part II At Work in the Aftermath of the Trump Victory: Editors’ Introduction  354
 
Dignified Melodrama and Cheap Passion  358
Spyros D. Orfanos, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
The Fragility of the Frame  361
Mitchell Wilson, M.D.
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Democrazy  363
Orna Gurlanik, Psy.D.
A White Woman in a Red Prius: Encounters With Race, Disability, and Donald Trump  364
Christina Emanuel, Psy.D.
A Tale of Two Firefighters and Trump  366
Warren Spielberg, Ph.D.
Radioactive Identifications and the American Election: An Introduction  368
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
We’ve Come Undone: Shape Shifting the Frame After the 2016 U.S. Election  370
Kim Rosenfield, L.C.S.W.
Toxic Misogyny and (in?) Me  371
Scott Pytluk, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
Continuity of Self in the Midst of Overwhelming Change or How to Stay Human When the World Has Gone Mad  373
Susan Klebanoff, Ph.D.
Hitting Home  374
Kristin Long, L.C.A.T., L.P.
After the Trumpede  376
Veronica Csillag, L.C.S.W.
Hidden in Plain Sight  377
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Plan B  378
Diane Fremont, L.C.S.W.
The Good, the Bad, and the Amiable  380
Fintan Boyle
Shame and the Question of Responsibility  382
Larry S. Sandberg, M.D.
She, Trump, and I  383
Lama Z. Khouri, C.A.P.C., L.M.S.W., M.S.
The Day After  384
Glen O. Gabbard, M.D.
Gender and Politics in the Dollhouse  385
Lorraine Caputo, L.C.S.W.
Issue 4
A Panel on Ethics: Introduction  389
Adrienne E. Harris, Ph.D.
On “That Is Not Psychoanalysis”: Ethics as the Main Tool for Psychoanalytic Knowledge and Discussion  392
Dominique Scarfone, M.D.
Discussion of Dominique Scarfone’s Paper, “On ‘That Is Not Psychoanalysis’: Ethics as the Main Tool for Psychoanalytic Knowledge and Discussion”: Terminable and Interminable Discussion  401
Janine Puget, M.D.
The Task of the Translator  406
Eyal Rozmarin, Ph.D.
Ethics and the Psychoanalytic Hard Problem  414
Warren S. Poland, M.D.
Reaching for the Untranslatable: A Response to Poland, Puget, and Rozmarin  423
Dominique Scarfone, M.D.
A Bridge Across Silent Trauma: Enactment, Art, and Emergence in the Treatment of a Traumatized Adolescence  433
Heather B. MacIntosh, Ph.D.
Emmy Grant: Immigration as Repetition of Trauma and as Potential Space  454
Veronica Csillag, L.C.S.W.
Immigration, Belonging, and the Tension Between Center and Margin in Psychoanalysis  470
Eyal Rozmarin, Ph.D.
Iteration and Homologies of Difference: A Discussion of Veronica Csillag’s “Emmy Grant: Immigration as Repetition of Trauma and as Potential Space”  480
Francisco J. González, M.D.
Discussion of “Emmy Grant: Immigration as Repetition of Trauma and as Potential Space”: Commentary on Paper by Veronica Csillag  487
Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, Ph.D.
We Are All Much More Simply Unsettled Than Otherwise: Reply to Commentaries by González, Rozmarin, and Tummala-Narra  496
Veronica Csillag, L.C.S.W.
Issue 5
The Relationality of Everyday Life: The Unfinished Journey of Relational Psychoanalysis  503
Paul L. Wachtel, Ph.D.
Relational Lacunae: Gaps in the Relational Literature and Clinical Practice? Commentary on Paper by Paul Wachtel  522
Paul Renn, D.S.W.
Building on Wachtel’s Points About Implications of Mitchell’s Ideas: Suggestions Based on the Participatory Philosophical Perspective for Locating the Person in the World of Practical Activities  530
Michael A. Westerman, Ph.D.
A Procedural, Contextual, Action-Focused Understanding: Response to Renn and Westerman  546
Paul L. Wachtel, Ph.D.
Considering Gestational Life  557
Thomas Cohen, DMH
In the Nutshell: Gestational Experience as Liminal Space: Commentary on Thomas Cohen’s Paper “Considering Gestational Life”  574
Lauren Levine, Ph.D.
Commentary on “Considering Gestational Life” by Thomas Cohen  582
Paul Williams, Ph.D.
Reconsidering “Considering Gestational Life”: Reply to Commentaries by Levine and Williams  588
Thomas Cohen, DMH
When Avoidance Is Mutual Regulation: Disorganized Attachment and Analytic Attunement  595
Linda Jacobs, Ph.D.
Contributions of Attachment Research to Understanding Dissociative Attunement  609
Nancy Kaplan, Ph.D.
What Is Enactment What Is Dissociation  621
Jeremy P. Nahum, M.D.
Broadening the Contours of Attachment Experience and Implicit Relational Knowledge: Reply to Commentaries by Dr. Kaplan and Dr. Nahum  630
Linda Jacobs, Ph.D.
Issue 6
Who Is the Sufferer and What Is Being Suffered? Subjectivity in Times of Social Malaise  635
Nancy Caro Hollander, Ph.D.
Reflections on Hollander’s “Hegemonic Mind” and How to Treat It  651
Dorothy Evans Holmes, Ph.D.
Neo Homo Economicus and the End of the Subject  658
Eyal Rozmarin, Ph.D.
Mapping Aggression and Hegemony in the Neoliberal Era  669
Nancy Caro Hollander, Ph.D.
The “Activist Client”: Social Responsibility, the Political Self, and Clinical Practice in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis  678
Andrew Samuels, D.H.L.
Hamilton: The “Activist Client” Is No Longer an Academic Exercise  694
Susan Bodnar, Ph.D.
The Politics of Language: A Discussion of Andrew Samuels’s “The ‘Activist Client’”  703
Philip Cushman, Ph.D.
Working Together, We Get the Job Done: Responses to Susan Bodnar and Philip Cushman  712
Andrew Samuels, D.H.L.
Becoming a Telepathic Tuning Fork: Anomalous Experience and the Relational Mind  719
Sharon K. Farber, Ph.D.
Traversing the Ineffable: Commentary on Sharon Farber’s “Becoming a Telepathic Tuning Fork”  735
Janine de Peyer, LCSW-R
Reply to Janine de Peyer’s “Traversing the Ineffable: Commentary on Sharon Farber’s ‘Becoming a Telepathic Tuning Fork’”  741
Sharon K. Farber, Ph.D.
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