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Terrorism and the psychoanalytic space : international perspectives from Ground Zero

Author: Joseph A Cancelmo
Publisher: New York : Pace University Press, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph A Cancelmo
ISBN: 0944473636 9780944473634
OCLC Number: 51838923
Notes: Based on a conference.
Description: 185 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface / Joan Hoffenberg and Hattie Myers --
Introduction : Terrorism and the psychoanalytic space : International perspectives from Ground Zero. Conceptual crossroads-clinical challenges / Joseph A. Cancelmo [and others] --
Opening address / Joseph A. Cancelmo --
Part I. Conceptual crossroads : the altered psychoanalytic space. Reflections on the fate of unsymbolized trauma and the interplay of objective and subjective experience --
Introduction / Isaac Tylim --
Terrrorism and the psychoanalytic space / John Alderdice --
The altered psychoanalytic space / Shmuel Erlich --
Social catastrophe and mental space / Marcello Vinar --
Part II. Developmental effects on children and adolescents : developmental and educational aspects of the experience of terrorism. Trauma born failure to symbolize and mourn and its impact on identity formation --
Introduction / Maribeth Rourke --
Children and war : consequences and treatment / Myrna Gannagé --
Terror, trauma and identity formation / Shmuel Erlich --
Discussion : Developmental effects of terror and trauma / Irving Steingart --
The effect of terror on the capacity for symbol formation : case studies from Afghanistan and New York / Martha Bragin --
Terror, persecution and dread revisited / Karen Komisar Proner --
A young girl's reaction to 9/11 / Laura Kleinerman --
Part III. Clinical challenges : navigating the altered psychoanalytic space --
Introduction / Ruth Stein --
Vengeance and sacrifice in the therapeutic setting / Caroline Garland --
The setting and the psychoanalytic field in social disasters, war and terrorism / Mordechai Benyakar --
Mental space and survival in times of terror / Sverre Varvin --
Part IV. Psychoanalysts' response to terrorism and the expansion of the psychoanalytic space --
Working as a psychoanalyst in the midst of violence and terror / Naama Kushnir-Barash --
Understanding terrorism at close quarters / John Alerdice and Hattie Myers --
The frame and the psychoanalytic space in the face of war and terror / Mordechai Benyakar and Danielle Knafo --
Perspectives from Ground Zero : snapshots of coping (or not) from high school and college students / Beth Hart and Herbert Krauss --
In the aftermath of September 11 : the analyst as container for the parents on the real and imagined threat to a child / Phyllis Beren and Corliss Parker --
The destabilization of attachment processes in children and adolescents : clinical material from the Oklahoma City bombing / Ann Early and Kay Ludwig --
Thinking analytically about the unthinkable : framing crisis management in a psychoanalytic paradigm with special emphasis on "debriefing" and the importance of "forbidden" affect / Abby Adams-Silvan --
Terrorism comes to the analytic counsuling room : methods and techniques of coping based on diagnostic assessments / Maria Bergmann --
From the loss of the leader to the leader of the lost : the patient escorts the therapist on a guided tour of Hell / K. William Fried and Edith Schwartz --
Marginalized groups : challenges to healthy identity / Gilead Nachmani [and others] --
The aftermath of survival : effects on survivors, perpetrators and the next generation / Deena Harris --
Instances of genocide in the modern world : the Bosnian and Jewish holocausts / Valentina Vrtikapa and Leon Anisfeld --
The treatment of traumatized refugees / Sverre Varvin --
Subjectivity under extreme conditions / Marcello Vinar and Isaac Tylim.
Responsibility: edited by Joseph A. Cancelmo [and others].

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