Handbook of Interpersonal Psychoanalysis
Edited by Marylou Lionells, John Fiscalini, Carola Mann, Donnel B. Stern
Published November 1st 1995 by Routledge – 928 pages
A decade in the making, the Handbook is the definitive contemporary exposition of interpersonal psychoanalysis. It provides an authoritative overview of development, psychopathology, and treatment as conceptualized from the interpersonal viewpoint.
"Interpersonal psychoanalysis has had an enormous, although largely unacknowledged, impact on contemporary psychoanalytic theory and clinical practice. This Handbook makes the interpersonal literature, indeed the entire interpersonal tradition, accessible in an integrated, systematic way for the first time. It is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in psychoanalytic ideas."
- Stephen Mitchell, Ph.D., Author, Relationality (Analytic Press, 2000)
Part I. Background. Lionells, Fiscalini, Mann, & Stern, Introduction to Interpersonal Psychoanalysis. Ortmeyer, History of the Founders of Interpersonal Psychoanalysis. Part II: Basic Issues. Lionells, The Interpersonal Self, Uniqueness, Will, and Intentionality. Schlesinger, Attachment, Relationship, and Love. Stern, Cognition and Language. Crastnopol, Anxiety. Buechler, Emotion. Grey, Creativity. Friedman, Protter, Gender and Sexuality. Part III: Development. Shafran, Infancy. Ross, The Childhood and Juvenile Eras. Pantone, Preadolescence and Adolescence. Mann, Adulthood and Aging. Part IV: Psychopathology. Jones, Conceptions of Diagnosis and Character. Fiscalini, Narcissism and Self-Disorder. Blechner, Schizophrenia. O'Leary, Watson, Jr., Paranoia. Youngerman, Borderline Conditions. Bose, Depression. Winckler, Obsessionalism. Lionells, Hysteria. Kowallis, Psychosomatic Disorders. Brisman, Addiction. Part V: The Analytic Process. Mann, The Goals of Interpersonal Psychoanalysis. Kavanagh, Processes of Therapeutic Action and Change. Fiscalini, Transference and Countertransference as Interpersonal Phenomena: An Introduction. Fiscalini, The Clinical Analysis of Transference. Hirsch, Therapeutic Uses of Countertransference. Moses, McGarty, Anonymity, Self-Disclosure, and Expressive Uses of the Analyst's Experience. Part VI: Aspects of Technique. Cooper, The Detailed Inquiry. Imber, The Nature and Use of Historical Data. Eisold, Clinical Uses of Dreams. Tenzer, Working Through. Part VII: Special Topics. Gaines, The Treatment of Children. Kantor, Interpersonal Treatment of Asolescents. Gartner, The Relationship Between Interpersonal Psychoanalysis and Family Therapy. Hegeman, Cross-Cultural Issues in Interpersonal Psychoanalysis. Sugg, Supervision.
Marylou Lionells, Ph.D., is Director of the William Alanson White Institute, where she is a Fellow and a Training and Supervising Analyst. Dr. Lionells is also a member of the Training Committee at the White Institute.
John Fiscalini, Ph.D., is a Fellow, Training and Supervising Analyst, and member of the Faculty at the William Alanson White Institute. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in the New York Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; and Director of Clinical Training, a member of the faculty, and Supervisor, Manhattan Institute of Psychoanalysis.
Carola H. Mann, Ph.D., is a Training and Supervising Analyst, Fellow, and member of the Faculty, and Director of Continuing Professional Education, William Alanson White Institute. Dr. Mann is also a member of the Faculty and a Supervisor at the Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D, is a Supervising Analyst and member of the Faculty, William Alanson White Institute, Manhattan Institute of Psychoanalysis, and the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. He is on the Editorial Boards of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Dialogues.