This volume ofPsychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in China continues the tradition we began last year of featuring cultural issues that confront analysts and therapists as they apply psychoanalytic thinking to their work with Chinese patients and students. Therapy and work with institutions is embedded in the civilization in which we work, so the issues facing China and its people confront us every day that we conduct therapy,consultation, and training there.
Table of Contents
EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION /David Scharff -- ARTICLES -- Xie Yi Painting: A Chinese Cultural Therapy /Richard Wu -- A Contribution to the Psychodynamics of Tolerance /Tomas Plänkers -- Psychoanalysis and the Understanding of Chinese Life Experience /Alf Gerlach -- Creativity and Transformation of the Psyche: Expressive Image Therapy /Cai Chenghou -- A Commentary on Cai Chenghou’s “Creativity and Transformation of the Psyche” /Marta Tibaldi -- What are the Characteristics and Concerns of High and Low Raters of Psychodynamic Treatment to Chinese Students Over VCON? /Robert M. Gordon, Jane Tune, and Xiubing Wang -- Mother, Infant, and Woman’s Identity /Jun Tong -- Interview of Sverre Varvin /Jia Xiao-Ming -- BOOK REVIEWS -- Book Essay: A Bridge for Introducing Psychoanalysis to China. Five Concepts Proposed to Psychoanalysis by François Jullien Reviewed by Almatea Usuelli -- Evil Hours: A Biography of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder by David J. Morris Reviewed by Sverre Varvin -- When the Sun Bursts: The Enigma of Schizophrenia by Christopher Bollas Reviewed by Ronald Abramson -- THEATRE REVIEW -- Chimerica by Lucy Kirkwood Reviewed by David Scharff -- NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS -- LIST OF REVIEWERS -- INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS.