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Volume 22 (2008)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Noel Hess
The patient in hospital*  7
Michael B. Conran
Self-representing dreams*  20
R. Peter Hobson
A psycho-analytical approach to the assessment of a psychotic patient*  31
Murray Jackson
Disavowal and assessment for psychotherapy*  43
Victor Sedlak
The psychotic wavelength*†  54
Richard Lucas
Book Reviews
The Couch and the Silver Screen. Psychoanalytic Reflections on European Cinema, edited by Andrea Sabbadini, London & New York, Brunner-Routledge, 2003, 280 pp., £21.99  64
Maria Eyres
Dual realities: The Search for Meaning: Psychodynamic Therapy with Physically Ill People, edited by Ruth Archer, London, Karnac Books, 2006, 182 pp., £19.99  67
Julia Segal
Phil Richardson, 1950–2007  70
Peter Fonagy
Issue 2
Referrals to tertiary psychotherapy services: A road to nowhere?  75
Marco Chiesa
Can anybody hear me? Reacting to pressures from psychotic states of mind  88
Marcus Evans
A Kleinian view of psychoanalytic couples therapy: Part 1  100
Robert Waska
A Kleinian view of psychoanalytic couples therapy: Part 2  118
Robert Waska
Book Reviews
Developmental science and psychoanalysis. Integration and innovation  133
Wild thoughts searching for a thinker. A clinical application of W.R. Bion's theories  138
111 Common therapeutic blunders  141
The soul, the mind and the psychoanalyst. The creation of the psychoanalytic setting in patients with psychotic aspects  143
Psychotherapy and the treatment of cancer patients: Bearing cancer in mind  146
Issue 3
Editorial  153
Maureen Marks
‘Beyond forgetfulness’: How psychoanalytic ideas can help us to understand the experience of patients with dementia  155
Sandra Evans
Young adults re-enacting in psychotherapy their relationship with a mentally disturbed parent  177
Björn Philips
Being ordinary in extraordinary places: Reflective practice of the total situation in a total institution  196
Daniel C. Riordan
Multiple integrated treatment of borderline personality disorders  218
Euro Pozzi, Maria Elena Ridolfi, Dario Manganaro, Daniel Benyamin Daniel and Domenico Berardi
Book Reviews
Working through setbacks in psychotherapy: crisis, impasse and relapse  235
Psychosomatics: The uses of psychotherapy  237
Psychosemiosis as a Key to Body-Mind Continuum  239
A.P.P.  243
Issue 4
DR RICHARD NEIL LUCAS OBE, FRCPsych, F Inst Psychoanal 1943 – 2008  245
Tony Garelick
Tuning into the psychotic wavelength: Psychoanalytic supervision for mental health professionals  248
Marcus Evans
Understanding, respecting and integrating difference in therapeutic practice  262
Louise Benns-Coppin
Challenges of patient-led mental health services to psychoanalytic clinicians  285
Flavia Morante
Book Reviews
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow  304
Tennyson Lee
The Embodied Self. Movement and psychoanalysis  306
Carola Gross
A.P.P.  312
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