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Volume 29 (2015)

Issue 1
Editorial
Editorial  1
Jessica Yakeley
Papers
Toward a research-informed, evidence-based psychoanalytic supervision  5
C. Edward Watkins, Jr.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy with suicidal adolescents  20
Mark J. Goldblatt, Stephen Briggs, Reinhard Lindner, Mark Schechter and Elsa Ronningstam
Using the Inventory of Countertransference Behavior as an observer-rated measure  38
Jairo N. Fuertes, Charles J. Gelso, Jesse J. Owen and David Cheng
‘WITH PSYCHOSIS IN MIND’ – the reverberations of the psychotic encounter  57
Vincent Di Rocco and Magali Ravit
Measuring psychological mindedness: validity, reliability, and relationship with psychopathology of an Italian version of the Balanced Index of Psychological Mindedness  70
Luciano Giromini, Emanuela Brusadelli, Barbara Di Noto, Roberta Grasso and Margherita Lang
The incubator psyche  88
Shelley MacDonald
Book Reviews
Emotional communication. Countertransference analysis and the use of feeling in psychoanalytic technique  107
Petra Mohr
Addictive states of mind  111
Patricia Allan
Publications Received
Publications Received Since April 2014  114
 
Issue 2
Editorial
Editorial  115
Jessica Yakeley
Papers
Paradigms, politics and pragmatics: psychotherapy in primary care in City and Hackney – a new model for the NHS: Part 1: the historical, political and economic drivers behind the creation of the service  117
Julian Stern, Emily Hard and Brian Rock
Paradigms, politics and pragmatics: psychotherapy in primary care in City and Hackney – a new model for the NHS: Part 2: operational model, practice and outcomes  139
Emily Hard, Brian Rock and Julian Stern
An investigation into the effectiveness of Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) as a treatment for depression and anxiety in IAPT  160
Daniel Wright and Deborah Abrahams
Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT): application in the treatment of medically unexplained somatic symptoms  171
Gerrit Delfstra and Wilbert van Rooij
The development of a brief group intervention (Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy) for patients with medically unexplained somatic symptoms: a pilot study  182
Micha Selders, Rosanne Visser, Wilbert van Rooij, Gerrit Delfstra and Jurrijn A. Koelen
Book Review
Psychoanalytic therapy with infants and parents: practice, theory and results  199
Chau-Yee Lo
Issue 3 - Forensic Psychotherapy - Part 1
Editorial
Increasing the pro-social and decreasing risk; an overarching aim of forensic psychotherapy  205
Gill McGauley
Papers
Forensic psychotherapy  211
Estela Welldon
Female violence and toxic couples  228
Anna Motz
3 Man unlock: out of sight, out of mind Art psychotherapy with a woman with severe and dangerous personality disorder in prison  243
Jessica Collier
The place of psychoanalytic psychotherapy in the treatment of high-risk personality-disordered offenders  262
Celia Taylor
‘This is the pain I feel!’ Projection and emotional pain in the nurse–patient relationship with people diagnosed with personality disorders in forensic and specialist personality disorder services: findings from a mixed methods study  276
Anne Aiyegbusi and Daniel Kelly
Safety in numbers: group therapy-based index offence work in secure psychiatric care  295
Gwen Adshead
Issue 4
Editorial Board
Editorial Board  0
 
Editorial
Editorial  311
Jessica Yakeley
Articles
Working with the complexities of adolescent mental health problems: applying time-limited adolescent psychodynamic psychotherapy (TAPP)  314
Stephen Briggs, Monique Maxwell and Amanda Keenan
Burnout-or heartburn? A psychoanalytic view on staff Burnout in the context of service transformation in a crisis service in Leeds  330
Anuradha Menon, Claire Flannigan, Mary-Jane Tacchi and James Johnston
Pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy: the challenges of integrating two paradigms  343
Haroula Konstantinidou and Chris Evans
Neuroscience, mind and meaning: an attempt at synthesis in a Relational Affective Hypothesis  363
C.S. Mizen
The mindfulness status of psychoanalytic psychotherapy  382
Gavin Ivey
Is three a crowd? A perspective on countertransference challenges in psychoanalytic couple psychotherapy  399
Tertia Myers and Carol Long
On training supervision: unravelling a tangled web  416
Jennifer Napier
Book Reviews
Storr’s the art of psychotherapy  428
James Johnston
Learning about emotions in illness. Integrating psychotherapeutic teaching in medical education  434
Tim Dornan
Inquiries in Psychoanalysis. Collected papers of Edna O’Shaughnessy  436
Birgit Kleeberg
Books Received List
Publications received since May 2015  439
 
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