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NIP’s Annual Psychoanalytic, Integrative 
& Creative Publications Program
 
NIP’s Psychoanalytic, Integrative & Creative Publications Program recognizes papers published by the NIP community in the past year.  In addition to providing recognition to individual authors, this program keeps members of the NIP community up to date with each other’s creative and scholarly work and, hopefully, serves to inspire further contributions.
 
This year, we are recognizing the papers and books listed below, published between June 1, 2013, and May 31, 2014.


Psychoanalytic, Integrative & Creative Publications 
June 1, 2013 – May 31, 2014

Aibel, Matt

Aibel, M. (2014). Being railroaded: A candidate's struggle to stay on track. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11(2), 140-163.

Atlas, Galit

Atlas, G. (2014). Fireworks. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 10, 390-391.

Atlas, G. (2014). Sex Lies and psychoanalysis.  In S. Kuchuck (Ed.): When the Personal Becomes Professional: Clinical Implications of the Psychoanalyst’s Life Experience (pp. 26-35). New York: Routledge.

Bernstein, Kim
Frank, K.A., & Bernstein, K. (2014). Reply to James L. Fosshage: Therapeutic action and self psychology.  Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11(1), 7-13.

Frank, K.A., & Bernstein, K. (2014).  A final response to James L. Fosshage: Some further thoughts on our respective positions on Kohut and therapeutic action.  Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11(1), 18-22.

Cataldo, Lisa

Cataldo, L. M. (2013). Can there be a psychoanalytic spirituality? A response to Kenneth Porter. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 10, 270-284.

Cataldo. L. M. (2013). I know that my redeemer lives: A relational perspective on trauma, dissociation and faith. Pastoral Psychology 62(6), 791-804.

de Peyer, Janine

de Peyer, J. (2014). Telepathic entanglements: Where are we today? Commentary on paper by Claudie Massicotte. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 24(1), 109-121.

DiAmbrosio, Phyllis

DiAmbrosio, P.E. (2014). Patient and analyst in crises:  A mutual transformation reflected in a clinical narrative and St. Exupery's "The Little Prince." International Journal Of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 9(2), 131-143.

Fosshage, James

Fosshage, J. (2013).  Forming and transforming self-experience. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 8(4), 437-451.

Fosshage, J. (2013). Transforming self-experience: A brief discussion of Annette Richard's "Journeying back home together."  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 8(4), 465-471.

Fosshage, J. (2014). Issues on therapeutic action and self psychology: A  commentary. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11(1), 1-6.

Fosshage, J. (2014).  A brief reply to Kenneth A. Frank and Kim Bernstein.  Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11(1), 14-17.

Frank, Alan

Frank, A., Seidman, S., & Clough, P. (2013). A new world of relational lifeNew York: Routledge.

Frank, Ken

Frank, K.A., & Bernstein, K. (2014). Reply to James L. Fosshage: Therapeutic action and self psychology.  Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11(1), 7-13.

Frank, K.A., & Bernstein, K. (2014).  A final response to James L. Fosshage: Some further thoughts on our respective positions on Kohut and therapeutic action.  Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11(1), 18-22.

Gentile, Jill

Gentile, Jill (2014). On mattering, materiality, and “transitional memory”: A discussion of Jonathan Slavin’s essay. Psychoanalytic Perspectives,11,  35-43.

Guralnik, Orna

Guralnik, O. (2013). My Hot Toddler.  Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 14 (2)122-126.

Guralnik, O. (2013).  Being and having an identity: Catherine Opie. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 14(3), 239-244.

Guralnik, O. (2013). Zen and the ART of making babies: Commentary on Simon's “Spoken Through Desire”, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 14(4), 318-326.

Guralnik, O. (2014). History dislocated in a nightmare: Responses to Commentaries. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 24(2), 167-174.

Guralnik, O. (2014). The Dead Baby. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 24(2), 129-145.

Kavaler-Adler, Susan

Kavaler-Adler, S. (2013). Dialectics of mortality and immortality: Time as an internal and transitional world object experience: Time as a persecutory versus a holding object.  Issues in Psychoanalytic Psychology, 35, 47-61.

Kavaler-Adler, S. (2013).  The compulsion to create: Women writers and their demon mothers. New York:  ORI Academic Press. (republication of the former 1993 Routledge book, and the 2000 Other Press book, with new editing and illustrations)

Kavaler-Adler, S. (2014). Fear of intimacy.  In Salman Akhtar (Ed.), Fear (pp. 85-121). London: Karnac.

Kavaler-Adler, S. (2014).  The Klein-Winnicott dialectic: Transformative new metapsychology and interactive clinical theory.  London: Karnac.  

Kuchuck, Steven

Kuchuck, S. (2014). Clinical implications of the psychoanalyst's life experience: When the personal becomes professional (Relational Perspectives Book Series).  New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

Novak, E.

Novak, E. (2013). Combining traditional ego state theory and relational approaches to transactional analysis in working with trauma and dissociation. Transactional Analysis Journal, 43(3),186-196.

Skolnick, Neil

Skolnick, N.J.  (2014).  The analyst as good object: A Fairbairnian perspective. In C.S. Clarke & D.E. Scharff, (Eds.), Fairbairn and the Object Relations Tradition (pp.249-262), London: Karnac.
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