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November 2019

The Betty Golde Smith Library at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute has 35 journal subscriptions available. Here is a sample of current articles that may be of interest to you. Please contact me at or 314-361-7075 (ext. 324) if you have questions about accessing journal articles.    –David Bachman, Librarian

American Journal of Psychoanalysis (2019; issue 3) (special issue: Supervisory Experiences and Their Context)

Otto Kernberg
Reflections on supervision


Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis (2019; issue 1)

Patrick J. Mahony
An Introduction to Clifford Scott: his theory, technique, manner of thinking and self-expression


Journal of the American (2019; issue 3)

Roy Schafer
Problems in Freud’s Psychology of Women


Journal of Child Psychotherapy (2019; issue 1)

Joshua Holmes
Anorexia and the Trojan Horse: a reflexive review of written psychoanalytic encounters with anorexic patients


Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy (2019, issue 2)

Susan Hart et al.
The emotional development scale: assessing the emotional capacity of 4-12-year-olds


Psychoanalysis, Self and Context (2019, issue 3)

Sally A. Howard
Building shelter in a chaotic world: the role of empathic imagination in recovery from trauma


Psychoanalytic Dialogues (2019, issue 3)

Joseba Achotegui
Migrants living in very hard situations: extreme migratory mourning


Psychoanalytic Dialogues (2019, issue 4)

Giuseppe Civitarese
Bion’s O and his pseudo-mystical path


Psychoanalytic Inquiry (2019; issue 5)

(special issue: Emerging Analytic Voices)

George Bermudez
Community psychoanalysis: a contribution to an emerging paradigm


Psychodynamic Review (2019; issue 4)

Carl Jacobs
On need, necessity, and the source of narcissism


Psychodynamic Review (2019; issue 3)

Peter B. Zimmerman
On leading and trailing edge: toward a new conceptualization of what is curative in psychoanalysis


Psychodynamic Psychiatry (2019, issue 3)

David V. Forrest, Dementia Reimagined: Building a Life of Joy and Dignity from Beginning to End, by Tia Powell (book review)

All of these journals are made available to you when you visit us at the Betty Golde Smith Library.  Stop by weekdays, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.