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Volume 19 (2005)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Maureen Marks
The ‘Other 23 Hours’: Special Problems of Psychotherapy in a ‘Special’ Hospital  4
Sameer P. Sarkar, M.D.
On the Processes of Working through Loss Caused by Severe Illnesses in Childhood: A Psychoanalytic Approach  17
Karina Codeço Barone
The Use of ‘Case Study’ in Psychotherapeutic Research and Education  35
Dennis Greenwood and Del Loewenthal
Private Theories and Psychotherapeutic Technique  48
Björn Philips, Andrzej Werbart and Johan Schubert
Modernization or Privatization? the Future of the NHS and Implications of Governmental Reforms for Psychotherapy Services  71
Marco Chiesa
Book Reviews
Three Faces of Mourning: Melancholia, Manic Defense and Moving on edited by Salman Akhtar (Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ, 2002). 234 pp. US$ 40 hardback.  86
Maria Podlejska-Eyres
New Clinical Realms by Salman Akhtar (Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ, 2003). £36.50 hardback.  89
Damian Gamble
Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience: Creating Connections edited by Viviane Green (Hove and New York, Brunner-Routledge, 2003). 248 pp.  93
Kay Goddard
The Ethical Attitude in Analytic Practice edited by Hester McFarland Solomon and Mary Twyman (London & New York, Free Association Books, 2003). 183 pp. Paperback £18.99.  96
Adrian Sutton
From Toxic Institutions to Therapeutic Environments; Residential Settings in Mental Health Services edited by Penelope Campling, Stefan Davies and Graeme Farquharson (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2004). 286 pp. £25.00.  98
Kevin Healy
Issue 2
Papers
Aplying Psychoanalytic Thinking in A Staff Support Group to Reflect on Service Change and Clinical Practice in A Specialist Psychiatric Service  103
Flavia Morante
Contributing to A Treatment Trial of Group Therapy: ‘Psychotherapy Supervisor’ or ‘Therapeutic Consultant’?  121
Adrian Sutton
Mothers’ Thinking and Babies’ Survival  135
Anne Ward
On Aggression Turned against the Self  160
Anthony Parfitt
Book Reviews
Untying the Knot: Working with Children and Parents by A. H. Brafman (Karnac Books, London, 2001). 166 pp. £19.99.  174
Rosemary Loshak
In Pursuit of Psychic Change — the Betty Joseph Workshop edited by Edith Hargreaves and Arturo Varchevker. Published in association with the Institute of Psychoanalysis (Brunner-Routledge, Hove, 2004). 206 pp. £18.99.  177
Deborah Blessing
Attachment Trauma: Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder and Multiplicity edited by Valerie Sinason (Brunner-Routledge, Hove, East Sussex; Taylor & Francis, New York, 2002). 280 pp.  180
Judith Issroff
Review: Masud Khan: the Myth and the Reality by Roger Willoughby with Foreword by Pearl King (Free Association Books, London, 2005). 320 pp. Hardback, £25.  182
Judith Issroff
Culture and Psychotherapy: A Guide to Clinical Practice edited by Wen-Sing Tseng and Jon Streltzer (Psychiatric Press, Washington & London, 2001). 313 pp. £36.95. Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition edited by Mervat Nasser, Melanie Katzman and Richard Gordon (Taylor & Francis, Hove, 2002). 224 pp. £18.99.  186
Eia Asen
Issue 3
EDITORIAL  191
Maureen Marks
PURE GOLD OF PSYCHOANALYSIS OR PURE CHEMISTRY? HOW CAN WE HANDLE THE COUNTER-TRANSFERENCE AND THE PSYCHOANALYST'S SUPER-EGO CONFLICTS IN COMBINED TREATMENT?1  193
Michael Günter
THE MEANING AND FUNCTION OF SILENCE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO A THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY TREATMENT PROGRAMME*  205
John Gale and Beatriz Sanchez
DANGEROUS LIAISONS: PSYCHOSIS AND VIOLENCE – WORKING IN A PSYCHIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT  221
Paul Terry
CONSCIOUSNESS-RAISING AND WELL-BEING IN PUBLIC SPHERE ORGANIZATIONS: A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF PSYCHOANALYTICAL APPROACHES  233
Gary Winship
BOOK REVIEWS
BOOK REVIEWS  247
 
Issue 4
SEXUAL ATTACHMENTS: A THEORETICAL PSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVE ON INCEST  259
Chris Theunissen
‘IF EACH COULD BE HOUSED IN SEPARATE IDENTITIES…’. THERAPY AS CONVERSATION WITH CONTRADICTORY PARTS OF THE SELF  279
Martin Weegmann
SETTING UP A COUNSELLING SERVICE FOR PARENTS, INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN  294
Maria E. Pozzi and Beverley Tydeman
BECOMING ANOREXIC: ON LOSS, DEATH AND IDENTIFICATION AND THE EMERGENCE OF ANOREXIA NERVOSA  310
Sarah Huline-Dickens
BOOK REVIEWS
BOOK REVIEWS  330
 
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