MEMBERS' PUBLISHED WORK
The SIHR membership is a body of people working and thinking within a psychoanalytic /psychodynamic or systemic frame. Their learning and discussion within the SIHR feeds their work outwith it and equally individual's outside learning and discussion feeds back into the SIHR feeding the breadth and depth of our knowledge.
Over the past 32 years, members have published papers, contributed chapters to edited publications, or published books themselves, yet many of these are unknown to other members and there is as yet no collected list of member's publications. We would very much like to gather a list of these publications from you with the intention of periodically listing them in the newsletter along with a brief abstract and a note as to where they might be found. The list could then be held on the website for our own resources and for public information. A later development (depending on author's choice and copyright regulations) might be that some papers could be made accessible in full in sections of the website. Similarly lectures and papers not published but presented at conferences might be made available.
To begin this process we would like to hear details of your past publications giving a title, date, where it is to be found and a brief abstract. We can then begin a list that can give us a unique view of our collective and individual selves, our past and present interests and perhaps stimulate an on going interest in publishing to share our thoughts. Send to either office for Members Publication.
THEORY: The theories of psychoanalysis, psychodynamics, and systems theories, especially "Object Relations" have grown and developed over the last hundred years. We hope to build up some perspectives on this development through adding pages to this site. Please contribute.
OCCASIONAL PAPERS:The newsletter editor and team have been offered occasional papers written by members. These are in pdf format, and are listed below. Click on the title to reach the paper which you can download and print. Please send in papers which can be added to this bibliographical list.
Singh, Neville (2007) Reflections on a Freudian Classic : The Psychoanalytic Vision of Reality, by Roy Schafer.
We also want to collect papers which SIHR members have written and which we hope are of interest to others.
Crawford, Elspeth, 2003, Making and Mistaking Reality: What is Emotional Education? - a paper written for a conference on Process Thought