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List of Articles


Volume 4 (1989)

Issue 1
When it is Not the Patient Who Pays  1
de Leo Nobel
A Quality Assurance Programme for Psychotherapy—The Finnish Experience  13
Kari PylkkäNen
Some Thoughts about the Function of Gaze-Avoidance in Early Infancy: a Mother-Baby Observation  23
Luigi Caparrotta
The Internal Family and the Facts of Life  31
Deborah Steiner
How can Psychotherapists Influence Psychiatry?  43
Jonathan Pedder
Psychoanalysis and the Political Process  55
Anton Obholzer
Becoming Dependent again: The Fears of Some Elderly Persons and their Younger Therapists  67
Brian Martindale
App Conference Summary: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Services in Europe  77
 
Book Reviews
Melanie Klein Today. Volume I Mainly Theory; Volume II Mainly Practice. The Library of Psychoanalysis edited by Elizabeth Bott-Spillius. London: Routledge. £14.95 per vol.  92
Jon Sklar
Borderline and Narcissistic Patients in Therapy edited by Nonna Slavinska-Holy. New York: Int. Univ. Press.  93
John Lawrence
Issue 2
Disavowal and Assessment for Psychotherapy  97
Victor Sedlak, Ph.D.
The Aim of Psychoanalysis  109
John Steiner
Evaluating the Performance of Departments of Psychotherapy  121
Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., DIPPSYCH and Anna Higgitt, BSC, M.B., B.S., MRCPSYCH, M.D.
Different Origins and Meanings of Acute Acting-out in an Inpatient Psychotherapeutic Setting  155
Marco C. Chiesa, M.D., MRCPSYCH
Remembering and Repeating in Multiple Personality  169
Ely Garfinkle, M.D., FRCP(C)
The Development of an Institute for the Caring Professions  183
Alan Harrow, Murray Leishman and Judith Brearley
Letter to the Editor  197
Isobel H Hunter-Brown
Reply from Brian Martindale [Compiler Of The APP Conference Report]  197
 
Issue 3
Lines of Advance in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  201
Jonathan Pedder, M.A., MRCP, FRCPSYCH
Psychotherapy as One form of Rehabilitation Provided by the Finnish Social Insurance Institution  219
Kalevi Seppälä and Heikki Jämsén
Countertransference as a Complex Tool for Understanding the Patient in Psychotherapy  233
Joscelyn M Richards
Supervision: A Didactic or Mutative Situation  245
Imre Szecsödy
The Gnostic Syndrome: Anorexia Nervosa  263
Deirdre Barrett, Ph.D. and Harold J Fine, Ph.D.
Working with Incest Survivors  271
David Mann, Janne Sumner, Joy Dalton and Denise Berry
Book Reviews
Development and Psychopathology. Studies in Psychoanalytic Psychiatry by Clifford Yorke, Stanley Wiseberg & Thomas Freeman. New Haven & New York: Yale Univ. Press. Pp. 243 £22.50.  283
Brian Martindale
From Vienna to Managua: Journey of a Psychoanalyst by Marie Langer. London: Free Association Books. £27.50 hardback £12.95 paperback.  284
David Bell
Closely Observed Infants edited by Lisa Miller, Mary Rustin, Michael Rustin and Judy Shuttleworth. London: Duckworth. Pp. 221. £10.95 paperback.  285
Joan Schachter
Examination Notes for the MRCPsych by B.K. Puri and J. Sklar. Part I. London: Butterworth. Pp. 165 £9.95 paperback. UCH Textbook of Psychiatry: An Integrated Approach edited by H. Wolff, A. Bateman and D. Sturgeon. London: Duckworth. Pp. 788. £19.95 paperback.  286
Denis Carpy
Group work: Perspectives and Practice by Harry Wright. London: Scutari Press. Pp. 226.  287
Sheena Grunberg
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