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PEP-Web Tip of the Day

To start PEP-Easy without first opening your browser–just as you would start a mobile app, you can save a shortcut to your home screen.

First, in Chrome or Safari, depending on your platform, open PEP-Easy from pepeasy.pep-web.org. You want to be on the default start screen, so you have a clean workspace.

Then, depending on your mobile device…follow the instructions below:

On IOS:

  1. Tap on the share icon Action navigation bar and tab bar icon
  2. In the bottom list, tap on ‘Add to home screen’
  3. In the “Add to Home” confirmation “bubble”, tap “Add”

On Android:

  1. Tap on the Chrome menu (Vertical Ellipses)
  2. Select “Add to Home Screen” from the menu

 

For the complete list of tips, see PEP-Web Tips on the PEP-Web support page.

 
List of Articles


Volume 28 (2014)

Issue 1
Editorial
Bridging the gaps  1
Jessica Yakeley
Articles
Evidence for psychodynamic psychotherapy in specific mental disorders: a systematic review  4
Falk Leichsenring and Susanne Klein
Article
Intersubjectivity in therapeutic interaction: a pragmatic analysis  33
Jean Knox and Georgia Lepper
Mind–body splitting and eating disorders: a psychoanalytic perspective  52
Antonella Granieri and Adriano Schimmenti
Book Reviews
The Maternal lineage: identification, desire and transgenerational issues  71
Geraldine Shipton
Psychoanalytic thinking in occupational therapy  75
Geraldine Shipton
The thinking heart: three levels of psychoanalytic therapy with disturbed children  79
Arabella Kurtz
Infant research and neuroscience at work in psychotherapy: expanding the clinical repertoire  83
Graham Music
The internal world of the juvenile sex offender  86
John Woods
Miscellany
Publications received since September 2013  89
 
Issue 2
Editorial
Survival and creativity in a changing world  91
Jessica Yakeley
Papers
Surviving as a personality disorder service  94
Barry Jones and Thomas Bradshaw
The outcome of psychodynamic psychotherapies with individuals diagnosed with personality disorders: a systematic review  115
Donna Haskayne, Rachel Hirschfeld and Michael Larkin
Does psychoanalytic psychotherapy offset use of mental health services and related costs in severe borderline personality disorder? – A case study  139
Maria Grazia Turri and Lucia Andreatta
Learning from women with psychosis  159
Siobhan O'Connor
Objects of desire and the mediated self: addictions, compulsions and fetishism in the technoculture arena  176
Alistair D. Sweet
‘I'm beyond caring’, a response to the Francis Report: the failure of social systems in health care to adequately support nurses and nursing in the clinical care of their patients  193
Marcus Evans
Some thoughts and responses to The Francis Report  211
Jane Garner
Book Reviews
Secret passages: the theory and technique of interpsychic relations  220
Salman Akhtar
Lacanian psychotherapy: theory and practical  224
Steven Bambrough
Donald Winnicott today  229
Chau-Yee Lo
Psychoanalytic diagnosis: understanding personality structure in the clinical process (2nd ed.)  233
Stephen Blumenthal
Understanding and treating dissociative identity disorder: a relational approach  235
Joanne Stubley
Publications Received
Publications Received Since January 2014  240
 
Issue 3 - Papers from the British Psychoanalytic Council PP NOW Conference 2013
Editorial
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy NOW 2013: ‘Getting to grips with society's ills: a psychoanalytic perspective’  241
Jessica Yakeley
Papers
The ‘blame and shame society’  244
Jean Knox
Perverting the course of therapy: the fetishisation of governance in public sector mental health services  249
Rosemary Rizq
The ultimate taboo? An exploration of female violence and perversion  267
Anna Motz
Lucy, Major Tom, Bion and the psychotic vacuum†  282
Gary Winship
Psychoanalysis, the secure society and the role of relationships  295
Susanna Abse
Developing therapeutic couple work in dementia care – the living together with dementia project  304
Andrew Balfour
What the National Dementia Strategy forgot: providing dementia care from a psychodynamic perspective  321
Sandra Evans
Psychoanalytically-informed clinical supervision of staff in probation services  330
Heather Wood and Gabrielle Brown
Psychologically Informed Planned Environment (PIPE): a group analytic perspective  345
Marion Brown
Issue 4
Editorial Board
Editorial Board  0
 
Editorial
Editorial  355
Jessica Yakeley
Papers
Towards a Relational Affective Theory of personality disorder  357
C. Susan Mizen
The elephant tied up with string: a clinical case study showing the importance of NHS provision of intensive, time-limited psychoanalytic psychotherapy treatments  379
Simon Shaw
Changes in anaclitic–introjective personality dimensions, outcomes and psychoanalytic technique: a multi-case study  397
Andrzej Werbart and David Forsström
Book Reviews
Further learning from the patient, the analytic space and process (2nd ed.)  411
Judith Trowell
Transformation: Jung's legacy and clinical work today  413
Richard Mizen
The embodied analyst: from Freud and Reich to relationality  416
Salman Akhtar
Mothering without a home: attachment representations and behaviours of homeless mothers and children  420
Gabrielle Brown
Give sorrow words: working with a dying child  426
Janine Sternberg
Thinking space: promoting thinking about race, culture, and diversity in psychotherapy and beyond  429
Philip John Archard
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