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Volume 31 (2017)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Jessica Yakeley
An in-depth observational study of an acute psychiatric ward: combining the psychodynamic observational method with thematic analysis to develop understanding of ward culture  4
Rebecca Blacker, Arabella Kurtz and Anne Goodwin
Management of day-to-day organisational human relations: a Henri Rey perspective  21
Raman Kapur
Attachment theory within clinical supervision: application of the conceptual to the empirical  37
Elizabeth R. Wrape, Jennifer L. Callahan, Troy Rieck and C. Edward Watkins, Jr.
‘Mr K’ – A successful case of analytic oriented therapy documented empirically: the role of the therapeutic relationship and reflexive self-awareness  55
Josef Brockmann, Holger Kirsch, Katja Dembler, Dorothe König, Isolde de Vries, Claus-Udo Wancke and Monika Zabolitzki
Child psychoanalytic psychotherapy: a single case study  75
Vera Regina Röhnelt Ramires, Lucia Belina Rech Godinho, Cibele Carvalho, Marina Gastaud and Geoff Goodman
A systematic review of the effectiveness of psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: progress and challenges  94
Caroline Shepherd and Nigel Beail
Evidence-based psychoanalytic case study-prize  118
Book Reviews
Jacques Lacan. A critical introduction  123
Steve Bambrough
The poet’s voice in the making of mind  127
Gwen Adshead
Two titles from the ‘Forensic Focus’ series  131
Gabrielle Brown
Issue 2
Erratum  10
Editorial  137
Jessica Yakeley
What’s in a name? A psychoanalytic exploration of self and identity in transgender individuals who were assigned female at birth  140
Rachel Rodgers and John O’Connor
Digital lives in psychotherapy: ‘the other in the room’  160
Marc J. Kingsley, Tom Stockmann and Daniel Wright
The impact of organisational change on professionals working within a Community Mental Health Team (CMHT): a psychodynamic perspective  176
Bridget Hanley, Helen Scott and Helena Priest
Mentalisation-based therapy for parental conflict – parenting together; an intervention for parents in entrenched post-separation disputes  195
Leezah Hertzmann, Susanna Abse, Mary Target, Krisztina Glausius, Viveka Nyberg and Dana Lassri
Parents’ experience of child contact within entrenched conflict families following separation and divorce: a qualitative study  218
Mary Target, Leezah Hertzmann, Nick Midgley, Polly Casey and Dana Lassri
Book Reviews
From the couch to the circle. Group-analytic psychotherapy in practice  247
Daniel Riordan
Clinical implications of the psychoanalyst’s life experience: when the personal becomes professional  249
Rachel Hodgins
The therapeutic imagination: using literature to deepen psychodynamic understanding and enhance empathy  253
Arabella Kurtz
Psychotherapy with gay men and lesbians. Contemporary dynamic approaches  257
D. J. Connolly
Key concepts of Lacanian psychoanalysis  263
Ian Parker
Books Received List
Books available for review for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy as of May 2017  266
Issue 3 - Fundamentalism, Radicalisation and Terrorism - Part 1
Editorial  267
Jessica Yakeley
One man’s freedom fighter is another man’s terrorist: a selected overview of the psychoanalytic and group analytic study of terrorism  272
Pamela Kleinot
Fundamentalism, Radicalization and Terrorism. Part 1: terrorism as dissolution in a complex system  285
John Lord Alderdice
Fundamentalism, Radicalization and Terrorism. Part 2: fundamentalism, regression and repair  301
John, Lord Alderdice
Inflammatory projective identification in fundamentalist religious and economic terrorism  314
David Morgan
Rage and hatred in infants: conditions which facilitate development versus those which result in tragic delays or alarming distortions  327
Anne Alvarez
Book Review
The wisdom and value in therapeutic communities  336
Penelope Campling
Issue 4 - Fundamentalism, Radicalisation and Terrorism - Part 2
Original Articles
Terror, fundamentalism, and male adolescence  343
Elisabeth Rohr
Dreaming of Columbine: exploring an offender’s preoccupation with the Columbine Massacre  355
Maktuno Suit
Pathways into terrorism: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly  367
Monica Lloyd and Pamela Kleinot
Terrorism and mental disorder, and the role of psychiatrists in counter-terrorism in the UK  378
Jessica Yakeley and Richard Taylor
Working together to break the ‘circles of fear’ between Muslim communities and mental health services  393
Angela Byrne, Shirin Mustafa and Imam Qamruzzaman Miah
The challenge of radicalisation: a public health approach to understanding and intervention  401
Kamaldeep Bhui and Edgar Jones
Book Review
Infant observation and research: emotional processes in everyday life  411
R.D. Hinshelwood
When the sun bursts. The enigma of schizophrenia  414
Brian Martindale
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