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Volume 25 (2011)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Alessandra Lemma
Finding a space to think and a way to talk  3
Antony Garelick
Psychosis as a defence against unbearable terrors: Discussant response to Antony Garelick's paper  13
Mary Brownescombe Heller
Experimenting with groups in a locked general psychiatry ward  16
John Steiner and Robert Harland
The role of psychoanalytic assessment in the management and care of a psychotic patient  28
Marcus Evans
The secluded minds of violent patients  38
Carine Minne
Discussion paper of Carine Minne's paper  52
Leslie Sohn
Psychotic processes in forensic institutions  55
Brian Darnley, Ronald Doctor, John Gordon and Gabriel Kirtchuk
Cognitive behavioural therapy and family intervention for psychosis – evidence-based but unavailable? The next steps  69
Elizabeth Kuipers
Psychosis: Psychodynamic work with families  75
Brian Martindale and Judith Smith
Bion's therapeutic applications  92
Gavin Ivey
Brief Report
Patients' experiences of forensic psychotherapy  105
Jessica Yakeley and Heather Wood
Book Reviews
A woman's unconscious use of her body. A psychoanalytical perspective  115
Joan Schachter
Work discussion: Learning from reflective practice in work with children and families  118
Jean Murray
Publications Received
Publications Received  123
Issue 2
Editorial  125
Alessandra Lemma
The internet and its role in the escalation of sexually compulsive behaviour  127
Heather Wood
Pinned against the ropes: Understanding anti-social personality-disordered patients through use of the counter-transference  143
Marcus Evans
Breakdown and development – A clinical case study  157
Estela Rubinstein Gloger
Psychotherapy with an adolescent boy who refused medical treatment  176
Simonetta M.G. Adamo and Wanda de Cristofaro
Emerging as a Personality Disorder Service  191
Barry Jones and Steve Miller
Book Reviews
Under the skin. A psychoanalytic study of body modification  209
Joan Schachter
The problem with psychoanalytic psychotherapy  212
Paul Foster
Invasive objects: Minds under siege  215
Brian Martindale
The initial psychotherapy interview: A gay man seeks treatment  218
Bernard Ratigan
Professor Carlo Lorenzo Cazzullo 30 January 1915 – 04 May 2010  221
Giuseppe Spoto, MRCPsych MA
Publications Received  225
Erratum  226
Issue 3 - Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Editorial  227
Alessandra Lemma
On the relations between autism and psychoanalytic thought and practice  229
R. Peter Hobson
Emotional life of autistic spectrum children: What do we want from child psychotherapy treatment?  245
Cathy Urwin
The ‘autistic’ level of the Oedipus complex  262
Maria Rhode
Treatment of self-harm in a learning-disabled woman using a combination of psychoanalytic and mentalization-based psychotherapy  277
Brian Turton
Book Reviews
Sex in psychotherapy: Sexuality, passion, love, and desire in the therapeutic encounter  292
William L. Edkins
Bion today  295
Tom C. Russ
Off the couch: Contemporary psychoanalytic approaches  298
Walter Gibson
Publications Received  302
Issue 4 - Psychoanalysis and Homosexuality
Editorial Board  i
Editorial  303
Jeremy Clarke and Alessandra Lemma
The queer relationship between psychoanalysts and their gay and lesbian patients  308
Michael King
The snows of yesteryear?  319
Malcolm Allen
Disrupting Oedipus: The legacy of the Sphinx  324
Nicola Barden
Lesbian and gay couple relationships: When internalized homophobia gets in the way of couple creativity  346
Leezah Hertzmann
Interview with Dr Mark Blechner  361
Jeremy Clarke and Mark Blechner
Book Reviews
Reading Winnicott/Between Winnicott and Lacan. A clinical engagement  380
Geraldine Shipton
The groups book. Psychoanalytic group therapy, principles and practice including the groups manual. A treatment manual with clinical vignettes/Difficult topics in group psychotherapy: My journey from shame to courage  385
Debra Nash
Publications Received  390
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