David and Jill Scharff are co-founders of and supervising analysts at the International Psychotherapy Institute and clinical professors of psychiatry at Georgetown University Hospital. They are series editors of the Library of Object Relations at Jason Aronson and authors of many books including David's Refinding the Object and Reclaiming the Self and Jill's Projective and Introjective Identification and the Use of the Therapist's Self. They are in private practice as psychoanalysts with children and adults, couples, and families in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
AcknowledgmentsPrefaceChapter 1. The Interpersonal UnconsciousChapter 2.The LinkChapter 3.The Link, the Field, and Object RelationsChapter 4.The Link in Family DynamicsChapter 5.The Social UnconsciousChapter 6.The Social Link in Group DreamingChapter 7.Chaos Theory: Strange Attractors in MarriageChapter 8.Strange Attractors in Individual DreamingChapter 9.The Interpersonal Unconscious and the Somatic LinkChapter 10.Attachment Theory as Link and ContextChapter 11.The Interpersonal Unconscious in PracticeEpilogueReferences