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Psychodynamic Practice Individuals, groups and organisations
Volume 17 No. 4. November 2011
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Contents Editorial Mischka Byworth 383
Articles The Automaton Self: Defensive organisation, psychodynamics and treatment approaches Alistair D. Sweet 387
Uncovering and managing unconscious ways of ‘looking’: A case study of researching educational care Corinne McKamey 403
2010 ESSAY COMPETITION WINNER Transformation at a community mental health centre David Kealy 419
The aims of personal therapy in training Michael Jacobs 427
Open space Family storytelling and the attachment relationship Neil Frude and Steve Killick 441
Three weeks in October Maggie Turp 457
Book review essay Richard M. Billow, Resistance, rebellion and refusal in groups: The three R’s Caroline Garland, The Groups Book: Psychoanalytic group theory: Principles and practice including the groups manual: A treatment manual, with clinical vignettes Claire S. Bacha 461
Book reviews 469
Notes on contributors 491
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Psychodynamic Practice Managing Editor: Sue Kegerreis, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex, UK Submissions Editor: Eleanor Boulton, University of Hertfordshire, UK Assistant Submissions Editor: Mischka Byworth, University of Oxford, UK Open Space Editor: Alex Coren, University of Oxford, UK Book Reviews Editor: Jonathan Smith, South London and Maudsley NHS Mental Health Trust, London, UK Consultant Editor: Paul Terry, Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, UK Commissioning Editor: Ann Heyno, Birbeck College, University of London & Independent consultant Editorial Board Fran Acheson, BBC Radio Training, London, UK Dr Claire Bacha, Psychotherapist and group analyst, Group Analysis, North Manchester, UK Diana Bass, Guy’s Hospital GKT Medical School, King’s College, London, UK Elsa Bell, Director of Student Welfare and Counselling, University of Oxford, UK Sheila Ernst, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey NHS Mental Health Trust, UK Joan Foster, Chair,The Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC), UK John Lees, University of Greenwich, London, UK Susan Lendrum, Psychotherapist and counsellor in private practice, Edinburgh, UK Dr Jennifer Lisle, Joint Research and Health Advisers, London, UK Jane Maitland, Maitland Consulting, London, UK Craig McDevitt, Edinburgh University Counselling Service, UK Lesley Murdin,Westminster Pastoral Foundation and Institute of Psychotherapy and Counselling, London, UK Bernard Ratigan, Nottingham Psychotherapy Unit, UK Dr Rosemary Rizq, Roehampton University, London, UK Julia Segal, Brent Rehabilitation Services, Brent NHS Primary Care Trust, London, UK Lennox Thomas, Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre, London, UK Dr Maggie Turp, Tavistock Clinic, London Alison Vaspe, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist & Supervisor,Winchester, UK Ferelyth Watt, Association of Child Psychotherapists, London, UK Martin Weegman, Springfield Hospital, London, UK UK Advisory Board David Armstrong, Tavistock Clinic Consultancy Service, London, UK Dr Mark Aveline, Nottingham Healthcare NHS Trust, UK Lynn Barnett, Association of Child Psychotherapists and Iddesleigh House Clinic, Exeter, UK Nick Barwick, Institute of Group Analysis (London) & Tavistock Centre for Couple Relations, London, UK William Halton, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK Prof. Paul Hoggett, Centre for Social and Economic Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK Sue Holland, South Bucks NHS Trust, UK Dr Jeremy Holmes, North Devon District Hospital, Barnstaple, UK Michael Jacobs,Visiting Professor at the Institute of Health and Community Studies, Bournemouth
University, UK Antonia Murphy, Nottingham, UK Morris Nitsun, Group Analyst and Clinical Psychologist, Group Analytic Practice, London Marilyn Pietroni, Marylebone Health Centre and University of Westminster, London, UK Prof. Andrew Samuels, University of Essex and Society of Analytical Psychology, London, UK Revd Peter Speck, Southampton University, NHS Trust, UK Laurence Spurling, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK Peter Wilson,Young Minds, London, UK International Advisory Board Kerrie Collings, Queensland Psychotherapy Association, Brisbane,Australia Elisha Davar, University of Utrecht, Holland Anna Ewins, Anna Ewins Associates, Organizational and Management Consultancy, San Francisco, USA Trine Fredtoft, School of Business, Copenhagen, Denmark Marvin Geller, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA Dr James Gustafson, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin, USA Dr Jaswant Guzder, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, Canada Sudhir Kakar, Head of Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institure of Technology,
Delhi, India Janice Lieberman, Psychoanalyst,The Institute of Psychoanalytic Training and Research, New York, USA Robert May,Amherst College, Massachusetts, USA Harriet Meek, Cathedral Counseling Center and Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, USA Michael J. Patton, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, USA Michael Stadter, American University,Washington DC, USA Prof. Leslie Swartz, Chair, Department of Psychology, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Prof. Paolo Valerio, Naples University, Italy Dr Robert Waska, Psychoanalyst, Private Practice, San Francisco, USA Aims and Scope Psychodynamic Practice is a journal of counselling, psychotherapy and consultancy and is written for professionals in all fields who use psychodynamic thinking in their work. The journal explores the relevance of psychodynamic ideas to different occupational settings. It emphasizes setting and application as well as theory and technique and focuses on four broad areas: • Clinical practice • The understanding of group and organisational processes • The use of psychodynamic ideas and methods in different occupations settings (for example, education and
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