From the Editors

By Christina Emanuel (USA) and Maria Tammone (Italy)

Dear IARPP Community,

We are pleased to present the Bookshelf edition of the IARPP eNews, in which we feature the recent scholarly contributions made by members of our international community.

Our members have recently published a diverse array of books and articles, including a Spanish translation of Philip Bromberg’s classic The Shadow of the Tsunami (La Sombra del Tsunami), translated by a group led by Carlos Rodríguez Sutil (Spain).  Additionally, Paul Renn (UK) recently edited an issue of Psychoanalytic Inquiry in which the authors take up attachment theory in the clinical process.

We would also like to highlight several members’ chapters published in Susan Lord’s book, Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis: Interaction and Change in the Therapeutic Encounter.  News of various presentations around the world made by IARPP members completes this issue of the Bookshelf.

See below for a detailed list and links to all articles in this issue of the IARPP Bookshelf.  Also, please see below for information about submitting items to an upcoming issue of the IARPP Bookshelf or eNews.  The next deadline for submissions is January 31, 2018.

Sincerely,

Christina Emanuel and Maria Tammone

Book Announcements:

sutilcoverimageB2017wLa Sombra del Tsunami:  Presentación del Libro de Philip Bromberg en Español,
by Carlos Rodríguez Sutil (Spain)

 

cooperwhitecoverimage1117wOld and Dirty Gods: Religion, Antisemitism, and the Origins of Psychoanalysis,
by Pamela Cooper-White (USA

 

buechlercoverimage1117wPsychoanalytic Reflections: Training and Practice,
by Sandra Buechler (USA)

 

ofercoverimage1117wA Bridge over Troubled Water:  Conflicts and Reconciliation in Groups and Society,
by Gila Ofer (Israel)

 

browncoverimage1117wRe-Encountering Jung: Analytical Psychology and Contemporary Psychoanalysis,
by Robin S. Brown (USA)

 

josephscoverimage1117wThe Dynamics of Infidelity and Restoring Trust After Infidelity (Book and Video),
by Lawrence Josephs (USA)

 

aradcoverimage1117wIntegrating Relational Psychoanalysis and EMDR:
Embodied Experience and Clinical Practice,
by Hemda Arad (USA)

 

barthcoverimage1117wI Know How You Feel: The Joy and Heartbreak of Friendship in Women’s Lives,
by Diane Barth (USA)

 

Book Chapters:

Sleeping/Dying: “Now Moments” in Clinical Space
by Edie Boxer (USA)

Moments of Truth in Psychoanalytic Treatment
by Jonathan Slavin (USA) and Miki Rahmani (Israel)

Mutual Discoveries Emerging from Secrets, Lies, Deceptions, and Truths
by Linda Beeler (USA)

Presentation and Program Announcements:

Listening to Transmissions Between Generations:  Working with Intergenerational Secrets, Wounds and Strengths – Psychoanalytic and Relational Approaches
by Jill Salberg (USA)

Four Presentations
by Jonathan Slavin (USA) and Miki Rahmani (Israel)

Two Presentations,
by Ruth Lijtmaer (USA)

Article and Journal Announcements:

Creative Attachments: Clinical Practice Through an Attachment Theory Lens
by Paul Renn (UK)

A Flexible Frame: Holding the Patient in Mind
by Betsy Cohen (USA)

Daniel Stern: Microanalysis and the Empirical Infant Research Foundations
by Beatrice Beebe (USA)

Maternal Self-Critical and Dependent Personality Styles and Mother-Infant Communication
by Beatrice Beebe (USA) and Frank Lachmann (USA)

Who are the Torturers and Suicide Bombers?
by Ruth Lijtmaer (USA)

(Click here to go to December 2017 Bookshelf)

Submissions to the Bookshelf:

We invite all IARPP members to submit announcement of their publications and presentations.  Our next deadline for submissions will be January 31, 2018.
 Please read below for instructions to submit pieces for future editions of the Bookshelf and eNews.

When submitting articles to the Bookshelf, please include the following:

  1.  The title of your book, article, or presentation
  2.  A brief description of the content, such as an abstract
  3.  A link to a publisher if there is one
  4.  Artwork or a photo of the book cover if applicable
  5. For presentations, please spell out all acronyms and include the location
  6. A photograph of yourself in jpeg format
  7.  Your professional contact information for our readers as you would like it to appear publicly

Please send all submissions to Maria Tammone: irene97@libero.it
 and Christina Emanuel: christinaemanuel@sbcglobal.net

Christina Emanuel, MFT, PsyD
16 S. Oakland Ave., Suite 201
Pasadena, CA 91101 USA
email:  christinaemanuel@sbcglobal.net

 

 

Maria Tammone, MD
Via Montegrappa 46
00048 Nettuno/Roma Italia
email:  irene97@libero.it