During the last several months, Brett Kahr has had three journal articles accepted for publication. His paper on “ ‘How to Cure Family Disturbance’: Enid Balint and the Creation of Couple Psychoanalysis” will appear in the next issue of Couple and Family Psychoanalysis. His article on “Ursula Longstaff Bowlby (1916-2000): The Creative Muse Behind the Secure Base” will appear in the next issue of Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis. And his clinical essay on “A Psychoanalytical Approach to Profound Disability” will be published in the next issue of the British Journal of Psychotherapy.
He has also served as Series Editor for two publications which have appeared in his monograph series and for which he has written forewords. Dr. Anna Koellreuter’s book What is This Professor Freud Like?: A Diary of an Analysis with Historical Comments – the publication of her grandmother’s hitherto unknown diary of her analysis with Sigmund Freud in the 1920s – represents a crucial publication for Freud Studies. And Dr. Alan Corbett’s book on Psychotherapy with Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse: The Invisible Men, has already received recognition as a useful clinical contribution to this important area of psychological practice, following Corbett’s interview on Woman’s Hour. The former title appears in “The History of Psychoanalysis Series” from Karnac Books and the latter title in its “Forensic Psychotherapy Monograph Series”.