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Volume 18 (2004)

Issue 1 - THE FACTS OF LIFE: The impact of the therapist's pregnancy on the treatment of the borderline patient
Issue Editor: Nollaig Whyte
Papers
Foreword  1
John Steiner
Introduction  5
Nollaig Whyte
Review of the Literature  15
Nollaig Whyte
The Analyst's Pregnancy: A Non-Negotiable Fact: The Challenge to Existing Object Relations  27
Nollaig Whyte
Pregnancy: An Unthinkable Reality  44
Sharon Hopkins
Reliving Abandonment in the Face of the Therapist's Pregnancy  67
Elizabeth Gibb
Two is Too Much: The Impact of a Therapist's Successive Pregnancies on a Female Patient  86
Isabel Hernandez Halton
The Psychotherapist's Miscarriage and Pregnancy as an Obstacle to Containment  99
Denise Cullington-Roberts
Introduction  111
Kate Dufton
Overview and Discussion  125
Nollaig Whyte
Bibliography  139
 
Book Reviews
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in the Independent Tradition edited by Sue Johnson and Stanley Ruszczynski (Karnac, London, 1999). 188 pp. £19.99.  140
Jessica Yakeley
Melanie Klein: Her Work in Context by Meira Likierman (Continuum, London and New York, 2002). 238 pp. £14.99.  143
Julia Segal
Anna Freud: A View of Development, Disturbance and Therapeutic Techniques by Rose Edgcumbe (London: Routledge, 2000). 232 pp. £16.99.  145
Jenny Stoker
Issue 2
Papers
Attachment Disorganization in Infancy: Relation to Psychoanalytic Understanding of Development  151
Scott Ferris, MRCPSYCH, Gill McGauley, MBBS, BSC, MRCPSYCH and Patricia Hughes, M.D., FRCPSYCH
In-Depth Work with Patients Who Self-Harm: Doing the Impossible?  167
Jack Nathan
Psychiatric Patients' Self-Image and Staff Feelings towards them Related to Gender Combinations  182
Rolf Holmqvist, Ph.D. and Kerstin Armelius, Ph.D.
The Surviving Sibling: The Effects of Sibling Death in Childhood  202
Geraldine Crehan
Dropping Out or Dropping in? A Re-Examination of the Concept of Dropouts using Qualitative Methodology  220
Mona Wilson and David Sperlinger
Book Reviews
The Internal and External Worlds of Children and Adolescents: Collaborative Therapeutic Care edited by Lesley Day and Denis Flynn (Karnac, London, 2003). 188 pp. £15.99.  238
Rosemary Loshak
Therapeutic Care for Refugees: No Place Like Home edited by Renos K. Papadopoulos. Tavistock Clinic Series (London, Karnac). 319 pp. £16.99.  240
Kamaldeep Bhui
Conversations at the Frontier of Dreams by Thomas H. Ogden (Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ, London, 2001). 255 pp. US $40.00.  242
Maria Podlejska-Eyres
3 Minute Consultations with America's Greatest Psychotherapists edited by Jason Aronson (Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ, 2000). 217 pp. £6.95.  245
Mary Eckert
How to Choose a Psychotherapist text by Neville Symington, cartoons by Joan Symington, edited by Andrew Symington, conceived by David Symington (Karnac, London & New York, 2003). 62 pp.  248
Sotiris Zalidis
Issue 3
Papers
Psychoanalytically-Informed Work with Interpreters  255
Liv Darling
The Management of Depression — Analytic, Antidepressants or Both?  268
Richard Lucas
A Mole Leaves his Hole an Exploration of Psychoanalytically-Informed Service Development in the Community  285
Graham Music
Thinking about Voices: A Clinical Framework for Using Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy to Recover a Non-Psychotic Self-Representation in a Schizophrenic Patient  305
Flavia Morante
Reflective Borderline Group Therapy: The Patients' Experience of Being Borderline  324
Peter Whewell, Ravi Lingam and Roy Chilton
Book Reviews
Learning from our Mistakes: Beyond Dogma in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy by Patrick Casement (Brunner-Routledge, London, 2002).  346
Ronald Doctor and Suzette Doctor
Dangerous Patients: A Psychodynamic Approach to Risk Assessment and Management edited by Ronald Doctor (Karnac, London & New York, 2003). 140 pp. £17.99. 2003).  347
John Gordon
Understanding Experience: Psychotherapy and Postmodernism edited by Roger Frie (Brunner-Routledge, London & New York, 2003). 224 pp. Postmodernism for Psychotherapists: A Critical Reader edited by Del Loewenthal and Robert Snell (Brunner-Routledge, Hove & New York, 2003). 204 pp.  351
Alistair D. Sweet
The Third Reich in the Unconscious by Vamik D. Volkan, Gabrielle Ast and William F. Greer, Jr. (Brunner-Routledge, New York, 2002). 211 pp. $34.95 (hardback).  355
Damian Gamble
Issue 4 - Eating Disorders
Issue Editors: Marilyn Lawrence, Roberta Modadori, Ann Simpson and Gianna Williams
Editorial  361
 
Ongoing Work with Sarah: A 13-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Anorexia Nervosa  362
Justine Duranti
The Case of the Bulimic Mafia and the Tools of their Trade  374
Elizabeth A. Reilly
Thinking about Feelings: Working with the Staff of an Eating Disorders Unit  390
Patricia Land
The Fragmented Core of Multi-Impulsive Bulimia: An Extended Assessment  404
Alexandra Willner
On the Issue of Resistance in Anorexia  418
Michelle Washington
Need, Greed and Envy in Anorexia Nervosa and the Challenge they Present  432
Martin Davies
Book Review
Working with Eating Disorders: A Psychoanalytic Approach by Geraldine Shipton (Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2004). 149 pp.  445
Ann Simpson
The Generosity of Acceptance: Volume 1, Exploring Feeding Difficulties in Children; Volume 2, Exploring Eating Disorders in Adolescents edited by Gianna Williams, Paul Williams, Jane Desmarais and Kent Ravenscroft (Karnac, London, 2004)  447
Flo Smith
To Die For—A Young Woman's Battle with Anorexia by Carol Lee (Century, London, 2004). 287 pp. £9.99.  450
Roberta Mondadori
Figures of Lightness. Anorexia, Bulimia and Psychoanalysis by Gabriella Ripa di Meana (Jessica Kingsley, London, 1999). 269 pp. £18.95.  452
Marilyn Lawrence
Psychotherapy with Young People in Care—Lost and Found by Margaret Hunter (Brunner-Routledge, London, 2001). 193 pp. £15.99.  455
Beverley Tydeman
A Correction to a Review in the Last Issue  458
 
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