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Volume Seven (2011)

Volume Seven • Table of Contents


1      Editor’s Introduction

               David B. Klein, Ph.D.




2     Who Am I to Treat This Person? What It Feels Like to Treat a Seriously Disturbed Patient.

               Bertram P. Karon, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.


25   A New Preface to “After A Long Pause”: How To Read Dora as History

               Karin Ahbel-Rappe, Ph.D., M.S.S.W.


30   “After A Long Pause”: How To Read Dora as History

              Karin Ahbel-Rappe, Ph.D., M.S.S.W.


69    Providing Psychological Safety in Clinical Practice: Case Examples

              David B. Klein, Ph.D.


92    The Traumatic Flashback as One Basis of Misunderstanding between Patients and Law Enforcement Officers

             Elizabeth A. Waiess, Psy.D.

             Betram P. Karon, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.


Candidate’s Graduation Paper


101  The Sounds of Silence: Understanding the Nuances of an Enactment in the Treatment of a Silent Patient

             Michele L. Rivette, L.M.S.W., A.C.S.W., B.C.D.


Writers’ Workshop


123   The Transformation of Reece May: Reflections on the Creation of the Therapist’s Idiom

             Michael Rudy, A.C.S.W., CFP®, EA


Guest Features


145   Ferenczi’s Forgotten Messenger: The Life and Work of Izette de Forest

             B. William Brennan, M.A., L.M.H.C.


174   The American Independent Tradition: Loewald, Erikson, and the (Possible) Rise of Intersubjective Ego Psychology

            Nancy Chodorow, Ph.D.


Book Reviews


202   Psychotherapy Is Worth It: A Comprehensive Review of Its Cost-Effectiveness. Susan G. Lazar (Editor)

             Robert Cohen, Ph.D.


206   Breaking Psychic Chains to the Past A review of Robert Hooberman’s Forgiving,

Forgetting and Moving On: Living a Less Conflicted Life.

            Michael Singer, Ph.D.

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