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List of Articles

Volume 26 (2012)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Alessandra Lemma and Tom Pennybacker
Seeing, sitting and lying down: Reflections on the role of visual communication in analytic therapy  2
Jeremy Holmes
Suicide and trauma: A case discussion  13
Stephen Briggs, Mark J. Goldblatt, Reinhard Lindner, John T. Maltsberger and Georg Fiedler
In sickness and in health: An exploration of some of the unconscious processes involved in the decision by family caregivers to place a family member with dementia in residential care  34
Margaret Cairns
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy for bulimia nervosa: A manualized approach  48
Susanne Lunn and Stig Poulsen
A systematic review of the evidence-based psychosocial risk factors for understanding of borderline personality disorder  65
Matti T. Keinänen, Jeffrey G. Johnson, Elizabeth S. Richards and Elizabeth A. Courtney
Issue 2
Editorial  93
Alessandra Lemma and Brian Rock
Letter to the Editor  98
David Bell
Letter to the Editor  99
Bernard Ratigan
Psychoanalytic thinking in primary care: The Tavistock Psychotherapy Consultation model  102
Julian Stern, Anca Carrington and Brian Rock
A mentalization-based approach to the understanding and treatment of functional somatic disorders  121
Patrick Luyten, Boudewijn van Houdenhove, Alessandra Lemma, Mary Target and Peter Fonagy
Emotional processing and chronic fatigue syndrome  141
Trudie Chalder and Kirsty Hill
Is it time for Hippocrates and Freud to have a joint consultation? MUS patients – A reflection from the front line  156
Richard Taylor
Book Reviews
The master and his emissary  160
Jeremy Holmes
The manual of panic focused psychodynamic psychotherapy – Extended range  171
Arabella Kurtz
Therapeutic residential care for children and young people: An attachment and trauma-informed model for practice  174
Stuart Hannah
Books Received  176
Issue 3
Editorial  177
Alessandra Lemma
On the nature and standing of psychoanalytic psychotherapy  179
R. P. Hobson
Front-line services, complexity, research and policy  199
Andrew Cooper and Bernadette Wren
Dissatisfied psychotherapy patients: A tentative conceptual model grounded in the participants' view  211
Camilla von Below and Andrzej Werbart
‘Characters’ in psychoanalytic and interpersonal therapy: A comparison  230
Laurence Spurling
Rorschach human content responses as a prognostic indication of long-term recovery from psychosis  245
Sonja Levander and Ragnhild Holmqvist
Book Reviews
Broken Bounds: Contemporary reflections on the antisocial tendency  252
Jessica Yakeley
Psychoanalysis and Male Homosexuality: Twentieth-Anniversary Edition  256
Poul Rohleder
Books Received
Books Received  259
Issue 4
Editorial Board  i
Editorial  261
Jessica Yakeley
Research off the couch: Re-visiting the transsexual conundrum  263
Alessandra Lemma
Response to: Research off the couch: re-visiting the transsexual conundrum  282
Nicola Barden
Response to Alessandra Lemma – APP Lecture Research off the couch: revisiting the transsexual conundrum  290
Domenico Di Ceglie
The onset of a chronic disease as a traumatic psychic experience: A psychodynamic survey on type 1 diabetes in young patients  294
Franco D'Alberton, Laura Nardi and Stefano Zucchini
Mentalization-based therapy with maltreated children living in shelters in southern Brazil: A single case study  308
Vera Regina R. Ramires, Soraia Schwan and Nick Midgley
The empathizing–systemizing (E–S) model of autism and psychoanalytic theories of truth, play and symbolization  327
Christopher J. Merritt
Book Reviews
A brief introduction to psychoanalytic theory  338
Helen Barker
Responding to self-harm in children and adolescents. A professional's guide to identification, intervention and support  341
William Crouch
Childhood depression: a place for psychotherapy  343
Graham Music
Publications Received  347
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