New Associations 20

NA 20, Spring 2016

Editorial:
A precarious balance - Gary Fereday

The social unconscious and the herd - Lene Auestad

The Surviving work survey:
Start where you are - Elizabeth Cotton

Can we bear to think about retirement? - Gill barratt, Georgina Hardie, Judith Philo, Ruth Pitman

Opinion:
It's time to get out of our heads - Johnathan Sunley
Turning a blind eye - Richard Sherry

Recalibrating our models - Ruth Schmidt Neven
Time-limited psychodynamic psychotherapy with children and adolescents towards a paradigm shift

On 'not knowing' - Carolyn Butler
Thoughts on a trainee placement at the Maudsley Hospital

News:
Young people are under too much pressure
Longer-term therapeutic approaches
Psychological therapy professional bodies respond to 'The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health'

Reviews:
Murdered Father: Dead Father: Revisiting the Oedipus Complex, Rosine Pereleberg, Routledge 2015 - Rosmary Davies
When the Sun Bursts, Christopher Bollas, Yale University Press, 2015 - Annie Pesskin

Culture:
Birdman, or the reality of unreality - Clea McEnery-West

Interviews:
Tea with Brett Khar - Leanne Stelmaszczyk

 

Number: 
20
Date: 
Wednesday, 6 January, 2016