Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis - Vol.1 No.1

Editor : Joseph Schwartz

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Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis is a leading edge journal for clinicians working relationally with their clients; it is a professional journal, featuring cultural articles, politics, reviews and poetry relevant to attachment and relational issues; an inclusive journal welcoming contributions from clinicians of all orientations seeking to make a contribution to attachment approaches to clinical work. It includes up to date briefings on latest developments in neuroscience relevant to psychotherapy and counseling and is an international journal with contributions from colleagues from different countries and cultures.

Bowlby Centenary Issue

Contents:

Editorial

A Felicitous Meeting of Attachment and Relational Psychotherapy - Daniel N. Stern

Separated attachments and sexual aliveness: how changing attachment patterns can enhance intimacy - Susie Orbach
Sex, couples and attachment: the role of hedonic intersubjectivity - Jeremy Holmes

Poem: Vanishing Spell - Valerie Sinason

Who Am I? Some Thoughts around Adoption Issues - Catherine Mitson

Commentary on Who Am I? - Andrew Enever

Reflections on Race, Racism and Psychotherapy - Emerald Davis

BOWLBY CENTENARY

Attachment Here and Now: An Interview with Peter Fonagy

Keeping on pushing: An Interview with Richard Bowlby

Forty-four juvenile thieves: their characters and home life:
V) Notes on the Psychopathology of the Affectionless Character - John Bowlby
(Reprinted from International Journal of Psychoanalysis v.25, 1944)

Stop Thief! But What Has Been Stolen and by Whom? Commentary on Paper by John Bowlby - Paul Renn

We Need to Talk About.Attachment and Crime: Commentary on Paper by John Bowlby - Rachel Wingfield

Bowlby's Contribution for an ASBO Age
Commentary on Paper by John Bowlby - Will McMahon

Film review: The Wind That Shakes the Barley, dir. Ken Loach - Renee Stafford

Book review: "The Dying Patient in Psychotherapy: Desire, Dreams and Individuation" by Joy Schaverien - Angela Greenfield

Neuroscience : Eric Kandel: Biology and the Future of Psychoanalysis - revisited - Joseph Schwartz

List of Contributors



ATTACHMENT is a most welcome new journal, which promises to be both lively and accessible to practitioners. Theory and practice are joined in case material, poetry and anecdote in which the manifold workings of the attachment system are manifest.
- Judith Lewis Herman, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Director of Training at the Victims of Violence Program at The Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Research on attachment theory, without insights offered by clinical practice, risks the progressive loss of its present-time extraordinary impetus. It is therefore foreseeable that a journal like ATTACHMENT will become a must for the researchers, not only for the clinicians it is primarily --and most timely -- addressed to.
-Giovanni Liotti, psychiatrist and psychotherapist, on faculty of APC School of Psychotherapy and in the Post-graduate School of Clinical Psychology of the Salesian University, Rome, Italy.

This new journal fills a still significant gap in the existing, albeit large, volume of literature on attachment theory and research. With an exclusive focus on presenting, discussing and enhancing clinical work inspired by attachment theory and research, this new journal will be of immediate and enduring interest to all those who pursue fresh thinking and feeling in how best to achieve and maintain attachment security, and the resolution of mourning concerning past loss or trauma. This new journal speaks to the heart of all that John Bowlby devoted himself to for "whereas attachment theory was formulated by a clinician for use in diagnosis and treatment of emotionally disturbed patients and families, its usage hitherto has been to promote research in developmental psychology" (Bowlby, 1988, p. ix). In this centenary year since Bowlby's birth, there may be no greater tribute to him than the launch of Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis
- Howard Steele, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology, New School for Social Research, New York


About the Editor(s)

Joseph Schwartz is a training therapist and supervisor at the Bowlby Centre. He worked for over fifteen years in mental health research before becoming a clinician. He is the author of numerous papers on clinical practice, the history of psychoanalysis, and the lack of a role of genetics in mental distress. He has also written numerous books including Einstein for Beginners. He currently lives in London with his partner and two children.

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