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Volume 29 (2019)

Issue 1
Isolation  1
Paul Williams, Ph.D.
Did You Say He Has a Hitler Mustache?: Analytic Vulnerability and Destabilization in the Face of Trauma  13
Sandra Silverman, LCSW
Inhabiting Mutuality—The Mutuality of Vulnerable States in Psychotherapy: A Discussion of “Did You Say He Has a Hitler Mustache?: Analytic Vulnerability and Destabilization in the Face of Trauma”  20
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
Uncanny Resonances: A Discussion of “Did You Say He Has a Hitler Mustache?: Analytic Vulnerability and Destabilization in the Face of Trauma”  28
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D., ABPP
Childless  35
Rebecca Harrington, LCSW
“Dying for a Baby” and Other “Confusions of Tongues”: A Discussion of “Childless”  51
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
What Women Want: A Discussion of “Childless”  59
Hillary Grill, LCSW
Collapsing Space: Reply to Gentile and Grill  69
Rebecca Harrington, LCSW
Bread and Roses: Empathy and Recognition  75
Rachel Kabasakalian McKay, Ph.D.
Discussion of “Bread and Roses: Empathy and Recognition”  92
Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Obituary
Lewis Aron (1952-2019)  103
Spyros D. Orfanos, Ph.D., ABPP
Transgenerational Hauntings: Toward a Social Psychoanalysis and an Ethic of Dis-Illusionment  105
Lynne Layton, Ph.D.
History’s Ethical Demand: Memory, Denial, and Responsibility in the Wake of the Holocaust  122
Roger Frie, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Excitations of Vengeance: The We-Ness of History  143
Sue Grand, Ph.D.
Meeting Across History: A Dialogue  151
Roger Frie, Ph.D., Psy.D. and Sue Grand, Ph.D.
Does Truth Matter? Introduction to Papers by Jody Davies, Shlomit Gadot, and Donnel Stern  159
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
Truth and Consequence: Alternative Facts and Discordant Realities  165
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Post-Truth, Hegemonic Discourse and the Psychoanalytic Task of Decentering  172
Shlomit Yadlin-Gadot, Ph.D.
Constructivism in the Age of Trump: Truth, Lies, and Knowing the Difference  189
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Taking the Sting Out: Manifesting Aggression and Containing Difficult States in a Relational Group Psychotherapy  197
Ravit Raufman, Ph.D.
Difficult Days: The Continuing Evolution of Relational Group Analysis: Discussion of “Taking the Sting Out: Manifesting Aggression and Containing Difficult States in a Relational Group Psychotherapy”  216
Robert Grossmark, Ph.D., ABPP
Discussion of “Taking the Sting Out: Manifesting Aggression and Containing Difficult States in a Relational Group Psychotherapy”  226
Haim Weinberg, Ph.D.
Difficult Days: On the Use of Theory in Group Psychotherapy Reply to Grossmark and Weinberg  233
Ravit Raufman, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Introduction
Introduction  239
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
A Postcard from the Fortress: Vulnerable Patients and Therapists in a Changing European Mindscape  243
Francesco Andreucci, M.D.
Migrants Living in Very Hard Situations: Extreme Migratory Mourning (The Ulysses Syndrome)  252
Joseba Achotegui, M.D., Ph.D.
Drops of Light into the Darkness: Migration, Immigration, and Human Rights  269
Spyros D. Orfanos, Ph.D., ABPP
I’mprovisation – Therapists’ Subjective Experience during Improvisational Moments in the Clinical Encounter  284
Assael Romanelli, Ph.D., Galia S. Moran, Ph.D. and Orya Tishby, Ph.D.
Therapists’ Subjective Experience during Improvisational Moments in the Clinical Encounter-Discussion of I’mprovisation  306
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
Discussion of “I’mprovisation–Therapists’ Subjective Experience during Improvisational Moments in the Clinical Encounter”  311
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D., Psy.D.
“Like Walking Backwards” – The Challenge of Theater Improvisation Paradigm within the Psychotherapeutic Discourse – Reply to Commentaries  321
Assael Romanelli, Ph.D.
Poetic Confluence: A Sociological Analysis of an Enigmatic Moment  328
Robin Wooffitt, Ph.D.
Mind Leaks: A Commentary on Wooffitt’s Poetic Confluence: A Sociological Analysis of an Enigmatic Moment  346
Etzel Cardeña, Ph.D.
Commentary on Robin Wooffitt’s Paper “Poetic Confluence: A Sociological Analysis of an Enigmatic Moment”  355
Anssi Peräkylä, Ph.D.
Reply to Commentaries  361
Robin Wooffitt, Ph.D.
The Bilingualism of the Language of the Victim and the Language of the Victimizer  367
Dana Amir, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Introduction  383
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Bion’s O and His Pseudo-Mystical Path  388
Giuseppe Civitarese, M.D., Ph.D.
Where are We When We are At-One? Discussion of Bion’s O and His Pseudo-Mystical Path  404
Peter Goldberg, Ph.D.
Civitarese on O: Bion’s Pragmatic and “Aesthetic-Intersubjective” Theory of Truth, the Growth of the Mind, and Therapeutic Action: Discussion of “Bion’s O and His Pseudo-Mystical Path”  418
Beth Steinberg, Ph.D.
Reply to Goldberg and Steinberg  427
Giuseppe Civitarese, M.D., Ph.D.
Airless Worlds: The Traumatic Sequelae of Identification with Parental Negation  435
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
Discussion: “Airless Worlds: The Traumatic Sequalae of Identification with Parental Negation” Steven Stern  451
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Double Binds, Unhealing Wounds: Discussion of “Airless Worlds: The Traumatic Sequelae of Identification with Parental Negation”  460
Daniel Shaw, LCSW
Breathing Together: Reply to Harris and Shaw  470
Steven Stern, Psy.D.
Who Has the Right to Mourn?: Relational Deference and the Ranking of Grief  477
Harvey Peskin, Ph.D.
Grieve with Me: Discussion of “Who Has the Right to Mourn?: Relational Deference and the Ranking of Grief”  493
Martin Stephen Frommer, Ph.D.
On Grief, Guilt, Shame, and Nostalgia. Discussion of “Who Has the Right to Mourn?: Relational Deference and the Ranking of Grief”  501
Thomas Rosbrow, Ph.D.
Who Suffered More? Rivalry for the Right to Be Loved: Discussion of “Who Has the Right to Mourn?: Relational Deference and Rankings of Grief”  507
Peter Shabad, Ph.D.
Issue 5
Navigating the Relational Psychic Economy of Disability: The Case of M  515
Brian Watermeyer, D.Phil., Xanthe Hunt, Ph.D., Leslie Swartz, Ph.D. and Poul Rohleder, D.Phil.
It Takes Time: Reflections on Aging
Some Reflections on Erikson’s Ninth Stage of Life: Introduction to the Panel on Aging  532
Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Not Me: The Vicissitudes of Aging  536
Barbara Pizer, Ed.D., ABPP
“That Time of Year Thou May’st in Me Behold”: An Analyst Encounters Aging  543
Stuart A. Pizer, Ph.D., ABPP
Getting Better All the Time?  548
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D., ABPP
The Therapeutics of the Fee in Psychoanalysis  560
David Pauley, LCSW
Discussion of “The Therapeutics of the Fee in Psychoanalysis”  575
Brenda Berger, Ph.D.
The Frame, Within and Without: Discussion of “The Therapeutics of the Fee in Psychoanalysis”  583
Rachel Sopher, LCSW
The Fee and the Analyst’s Life Cycle: Reply to Berger and Sopher  591
David Pauley, LCSW
Tyler in the Labyrinth: A Young Child’s Journey from Chaos to Coherence  594
Stephanie Pass, Ph.D.
Discussion of “Tyler in the Labyrinth: A Young Child’s Journey from Chaos to Coherence”  610
Phyllis Cath, M.D.
Disrupting the Narrative of Transgenerational Psychic Trauma: Discussion of “Tyler in the Labyrinth: A Young Child’s Journey from Chaos to Coherence”  619
Lauren Levine, Ph.D.
What Child Work Stands to Teach Us: Discussion of “Tyler in the Labyrinth: A Young Child’s Journey from Chaos to Coherence”  627
Rachael Peltz, Ph.D.
“A Place to Enter and in Which to Feel”: Reply to Cath, Levine, and Peltz  632
Stephanie Pass, Ph.D.
Issue 6
Old Objects Die Hard: Generational Ruptures  637
Jill Salberg, Ph.D., ABPP
Phantom Threads, Invisible Bridges: Discussion of “Old Objects Die Hard: Generational Ruptures”  653
Seth Aronson, Psy.D.
Listening to Fragments, Ongoing Conversation: Reply to Aronson  659
Jill Salberg, Ph.D., ABPP
Psychoanalysis in Real Time: Temporal Troubles in the Clinical Dyad  663
Sarah Schoen, Ph.D.
Time Waits for No One: Discussion of “Psychoanalysis in Real Time: Temporal Troubles in the Clinical Dyad”  676
Andrew B. Druck, Ph.D., ABPP
Dimensional Time: Discussion of “Psychoanalysis in Real Time: Temporal Troubles in the Clinical Dyad”  682
Jack Foehl, Ph.D.
Self, Interrupted: Temporal Enactments and the Loss of Going-On-Being: Reply to Druck and Foehl  689
Sarah Schoen, Ph.D.
Disguised Autobiography as Clinical Case Study  695
Chaim E. Bromberg, Ph.D. and Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
Contempt Management: You’re Crazy, I’m Not  711
Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D. and Jett Stone, Ph.D.
Hot Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, and Bad Objects: Discussion of “Contempt Management: You’re Crazy, I’m Not”  726
Amy Schwartz Cooney, Ph.D.
In the Land of the Antilibidinal Ego: Dependency, Denial, Dissociation, and Contempt: Discussion of “Contempt Management: You’re Crazy, I’m Not”  733
Brent Willock, Ph.D.
Topsy Turvy and the Relational Vortex: Reply to Schwartz Cooney and Willock  742
Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D. and Jett Stone, Ph.D.
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