Postmodern Self Psychology (Progress in Self Psychology) 〈18〉

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Postmodern Self Psychology, the last volume of the Progress in Self Psychology series under the editorship of Arnold Goldberg, charts the path of self psychology into the postmodern era of psychoanalysis. It begins with Goldberg's thoughtful consideration of the several tributaries of self-psychological thought in the decades after Kohut and continues with Mark Gehrie's elaboration of "reflective realism" as a self-psychological way out of epistemological quagmires about the "essential reality" of the analytic endeavor. Clinical contributions offer contemporary perspectives on clinical themes that engaged Kohut in the 1970s: a study of the effect of "moments of meeting" on systems of pathological accomodation; a reappraisal of empathy as a "bi-directional negation"; and an assessment of the diverse clinical phenomena that justify a prolonged "understanding only" phase of treatment. The theory section of Volume 18 comparably charts the movement of self psychology toward a postmodern sensibility. Contributors reappraise intersubjectivity theory as a contextualist treatment approach consistent with dynamic systems theory; return to Kohut's concept of selfobject relationships, with special attention to the separate subjective and intersubjective components of selfobject experiences; and develop one of Kohut's early ideas into a theory of "forward edge" transferences that strengthen normal self-development. In all, Volume 18 is a richly insightful progress report on the current status of self psychology and a fitting capstone to Arnold Goldberg's distinguished tenure as editor of the Progress in Self Psychology series.

Table of Contents

Contributors                                       vii
Introduction ix
Arnold Goldberg
Self Psychology Since Kohut 1 (14)
Arnold Goldberg
Heinz Kohut Memorial Lecture: Reflective 15 (18)
Relativism and Kohut's Self Psychology
Mark J. Gehrie
I CLINICAL
Shattering the Template: The Effect of 33 (14)
Moments of Meeting on Enduring Systems of
Pathological Accommodation
Gary Taerk
From an Empathic Stance to an Empathic Dance: 47 (16)
Empathy as a Bidirectional Negotiation
Lynn Preston
Ellen Shumsky
Kohut's Understanding and Explaining Steps: 63 (14)
Clinical Considerations Influencing the Need
for a Prolonged Understanding-Only Phase
Jeffrey J. Mermelstein
The Interpretive Process with a Phobic Young 77 (10)
Woman
Salee Jenkins
Interpreting and Negotiating Conflicts of 87 (26)
Interests in the Analytic Relationship: A
Discussion of Salee Jenkins's Clinical Case
Daniel Kriegman
The Role of Empathy and Interpretation in the 113(16)
Therapeutic Process: A Discussion of Salee
Jenkins's Clinical Case
Marian Tolpin
II THEORY
Thinking Dynamically in Psychoanalytic Theory 129(20)
and Practice: A Review of Intersubjectivity
Theory
Gabriel S. Trop
Melanie L. Burke
Jeffrey L. Trop
Selfobject and Selfsubject Relationships 149(18)
Jan Tønnesvang
Doing Psychoanalysis of Normal Development: 167(26)
Forward Edge Transferences
Marian Tolpin
III APPLIED
Religious Experience as Selfobject Experience 193(14)
Pamela J. Holliman
Self and Other in the Self-Psychological 207(10)
Approach to Religion: A Discussion of Pamela
Holliman's ``Religious Experience as
Selfobject Experience''
Celia Brickman
The Iconic 1960s English Film Darling: 217(26)
Portrait of the Contemporary Empty Self
Gordon A. Schulz
Author Index 243(4)
Subject Index 247