RESULTS

A PARTIAL LIST OF WORK PUBLISHED BY OUR STUDENTS AND ALUMNI

“To conserve space, authors are limited to one publication. This list is compiled to give prospective students a sense of the range of writing engaged in by our students and alumni during and after their participation in the program.” Note that first names of our students and alumni are spelled out, other first names are not. When there are multiple authors, put the piece in the ND person’s place in the alphabet, not the first person’s place (Eg: From the 2015 brochure, see Etezady & Davis which is in Davis’s place in the alphabet).

Adelman, Anne, Ed. (2018). Psychoanalytic Reflections on Parenting Teens and Young Adults: Changing Patterns in Modern Love, Loss and Longing. London: Routledge.

Adelstein, Devra (2018). Parenting My Disabled Sister. In Anne Adelman (Ed.), Psychoanalytic Reflections on Parenting Teens and Young Adults: Changing Patterns in Modern Love, Loss, and Longing. London: Routledge.

Ambrose, Catherine (2009). A Meeting of Minds. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy. 45 (2): 24-27.

Arad, Hemda (2018). Integrating Relational Psychoanalysis and EMDR: Embodied Experience and Clinical Practice. New York: Routledge.

Arenella, Jessica (2005). In Search of Better Homes and Gardens. ISPS-US Newsletter. 6(1)

Baker-Pitts, Catherine (2013). “Precious Illusion”: Cosmetic Surgery as Compromise Formation. In Jean Petruceli (Ed.), Body-States: Interpersonal and Relational Perspectives on the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Routledge: NY.

Baum-Baicker, Cindy & Sisti, Dominic (2012). Clinical Wisdom and Evidenced-Based Medicine Are (Indeed) Complimentary: A Reply to Bursztajn and Colleagues. The Journal of Clinical Ethics. Spring 2012: 37-40.

Bergman, Linda S. (2014). Failure to Contain Unbearable Affect: Rupture and E-repair. In Willock, B. & Curtis, R., Understanding and Coping with Failure: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. London: Routledge.

Bieber, Michael R. (2006). Narcissism and Gender Identity. In Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender, Macmillan Reference, USA.

Blessing, Deborah (2014). Casting a Long Shadow: Implications of Sibling Loss. In Skrzypek, K. & Maciejewska-Sobczak, B. (Eds.), Siblings: Envy and Rivalry, Coexistence and Concern. London: Karnac Books.

Bloomberg, Karen (2013). Separateness and Separation (an updated commentary). Voices 49(3).

Boldt, Gail (2014). Psychoanalysis in Childhood Studies. Oxford Bibliography of Childhood Studies, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Borenstein, Lynn (2006) I am, I can: An Unfinished Writing Duet with Marian Tolpin. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, Summer 2010

Boxer, Edith (2009). A Portion of the Backstory: A Connection Between Judy and Me. Other/Wise: Online Journal of the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education. 2

Cahn, Rita Karuna (2014). Bearing Witness in Israel/Palestine: Finding my Voice. In “Analytic Lives in a Wounded World,” Psychoanalytic Inquiry 34(7): 731-740.

Chase, Carola (2012). The Aging of the Anna Freud Diagnostic Profile: A Re-Examination and Re-Application of the Psychoanalytic Assessment with Older Adults. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child. 65.

Chefetz, Richard. A. (2015). Intensive Psychotherapy for Persistent Dissociative Processes: The Fear of Feeling Real. New York: W.W. Norton.

Cochran, Teresa (2008). “The Grey Cat” Pads Softly: Hearing Loss and Denial. Hearing Loss Magazine. 29(3). Cummins, Mary. Self-published children’s book, Polly Peevish, illustrated by Irene Landsman’s daughter, Liz. Davis, Mary and Etezady, M. Hossein (2018). Narcissism: How It Develops and How It Appears. In Etezady, M.H., Blom, I., and Davis, Mary (Eds). Psychoanalytic Trends in Theory and Practice. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Etezady, M.H. & Davis, Mary (Eds.) (2013). Clinical Perspectives on Reflective Parenting: Keeping the Child’s Mind in Mind (The Vulnerable Child: Studies in Social Issues and Child Psychoanalysis). Rowman & Littlefield.

Decker, Beverly (2005). Manifold Permutations: Reflections on “The Mystery of Homosexuality.” In The Family: The Magazine for Queer People and Their Loved Ones. 10:24.

DeGangi, Georgia A. and Nemiroff, Marc (2009). Kids’ Club Letters: A Narrative Therapy Tool for Stimulating Group Process for Children and Adolescents. New York: Routledge.

Donovan, Molly W. (2017). An Unspoken Language. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy. (53)2: 49-51.

Dowling, Michael (Micheál) (2017). Across the Divides. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy. 53(2): 19-22.

Dukes, Lee (2007). Memories and A Blessing for Years to Come. United Methodist Endorsing Agency Bulletin. January.

Durham, Mary (2000). The Therapist’s Encounters with Revenge and Forgiveness. London: Jessica Kinglsley, Ltd.

Earle, Karen (2018). Parenting Through Enactments of Loss. In Anne Adelman (Ed.), Psychoanalytic Reflections on Parenting Teens and Young Adults: Changing Patterns in Modern Love, Loss, and Longing. London: Routledge.

Eill, Julie (2008) Cooling. Carve Magazine. Felberbaum, Sheila (2014). Mourning and Creativity: Finding the Write Words. Psychoanalytic Social Work. 21(1-2): 40-54.

Flescher, Sylvia (2012). Googling for Ghosts: A Meditation on Writer’s Block, Mourning and the Holocaust. Psychoanalytic Review. 99.1.

Flynn, Susan (2006). A Transformational Moment. In P. Cooper, Into the Mountain Stream: Psychoanalysis and Buddhist Experience. New York: Jason Aronson.

Fodor, Iris (2015). A Female Therapist’s Perspective on Growing Older. Journal of Clinical Psychology: in Session. 71(11): 1115-1120.

Freed, Paula (2015). Doppelgänger. Hippocampus Magazine.

Friedman, Sandie (2013). Three essays on the literary website The Nervous Breakdown: The Flip-Turn: A Lesson in Unlearning; Warhol’s Last Starlet: Notes on the Unlived Life; Fear to Step.

Gibbons, Martha B. (2017). Widening the Window: The Body in Psychotherapy and Life. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy. 53(1).

Goldberg, Samuel T. and Goldstein, William N. (2006). Using the Transference in Psychotherapy. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Gozlan, Oren. The Tenderness of Gender Meets the Harshness of the Clinic. DIVISION/Review. 1(4), Winter. Greenman, Andrea (2013). Eating for Emptiness, Eating to Kill: Sadomasochism in a Woman with Bulemia. In Basseches, H., Ellman, P., Goodman, N.R. (Eds.), Battling the Life and Death Forces of Sadomasochism. Karnac Press.

Griffin, Fred (2009). Constructing Ernest Jones. International Journal of Psychoanalysis. 90(5): 1169-1180.

Guerra, Linda (2008). A Review of David Wallin’s Attachment in Psychotherapy. Psychologist/Psychoanalyst (APA Division 39 publication). 28 (Spring): 35-36.

Harty, Michael (2012). After Memorial Day. Texas Poetry Calendar.

Hayman, Gina (2008). Election Eve. www.fieralingue.org.

Houlding, Sybil (2009). Tender is the Night: Romantic Tragedy or the Tragedy of Boundary Violations. Psychoanalytic Quarterly.

Hunter, Dianne M. (2018) The Spanish Tragedy Redux. Language and Psychoanalysis. 7 (Feb), online first.

Iasenza, Suzanne (2010). What is Queer About Sex? Expanding Sexual Frames in Theory and Practice. Family Process, 49(3), 291-308.

Ireland, Mardy (2015). Commentary: Becoming Human, Ready or Not. In Gaia, G. & Moseley, D. (Eds.), Philosophy and Psychiatry: Problems, Intersections and New Perspectives. New York: Routledge Press.

Jarratt, Kent (1999). Opera on the Couch. Opera News. 64: 48-50. Johnson, Mary Hollis; Holzman,

Phillip; and Levy, Deborah (2005). The Use of the Rorschach for Assessing Formal Thought Disorder. In R. Bornstein and J. Masling (Eds.), Scoring the Rorschach: Seven Validated Systems. J

ohnson, Robert E. (2006). Itchy Bump. A Kinda Wild thing. (Children’s Story) Jordan, Mary Ellen (2004) Katies Ponder “What’s Supposed to be Going on Here?” In Anderson, Nancy J. et al., The Reflective Woman. Acton, MA: Copley.

Kaplan, Betty Ann (2004). A Freudian Slip. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy. 40(2): 71-72.

Katz, Liat (2016). How I Went From Social Worker to Psychiatric Unit Patient. Washington Post. February 8.

Kessman, Libby (2006). January Lament. New York Times, Metropolitan Diary. January 30.

Kullberg, Karol & The Chestnut Lodge Study Group. Untangling Psyche and Soma: A Traumatized Adolescent with Lyme Disease. In O’Loughlins, M., Psychodynamic Perspectives on Working with Children, Families and Schools. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.

Kullman, Alitta (2018). Hunger for Connection: Finding Meaning in Eating Disorders. London: Routledge.

Ahmed, S.M, Hershberger, P, and Lemkau, Jeanne P. (2015). Psychosocial Influences in Health. In Rakel R. (Ed.), Textbook of Family Medicine (9th Ed). Saunders.

Lemkau, Jeanne (2010). Lost and Found in Cuba: A Tale of Midlife Rebellion. Yellow Springs, OH: Orton Road Press. Liebermann, Joan V (2017). Inauguration Day 2017. ROOM 5.17.

Lindquist, Ona (2011). What a Blackbird Told Me is Real and Alive. International Forum of Psychoanalysis.

Lovinger, Robert J. & Lovinger, Sophie L. (2003) Religious Cross-Matches Between Therapists and Clients. In P. Scott Richards & A. Bergin (Eds.), Casebook for a Spiritual Strategy in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Washington, DC. American Psychological Association.

Lovinger, Sophie L. (2005). Conversion Hysteria in a Pre-adolescent Girl. Psychoanalytic Social Work. 12(2): 47-61.

Lyon, Maureen E., Garvie, Patricia; Kao, Ellen; Briggs, Linda: He, Jianping; Malow, Robert; D’Angelo, Lawrence; and McCarter, Robert (2010). Is it Safe? Talking to Teens with HIV/AIDS about Death and Dying: A 3 month Evaluation of Family Centered Advance Care (FACE) Planning – Anxiety, Depression, Quality of Life. HIV/AIDS – Research and Palliative Care. 2:1-11.

MacGaffin, Kristina C. (2007). Crows on Corcoran Street. Beyond the Couch, The Online Journal of the American Association of Psychoanalytic Clinical Social Work. Vol 2 (December)

Magagna, Jeanne (2015). Dream Life and Psychotherapy with Young People. In Williams, M. H. (Ed.), Teaching Meltzer. London: Karnac.

Mahlendorf, Ursula (2009). The Shame of Survival: Working Through a Nazi Childhood. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press.

Malawista, Kerry; Adelman, Anne and Anderson, Catherine (2011). Wearing My Tutu to Analysis and Other Stories: Learning Psychodynamic Concepts from Life. New York: Columbia University Press.

Malawista, Kerry & Adelman, Anne (2013). The Therapist in Mourning: From the Faraway Nearby. NY: Columbia University Press.

Martin, Martha B. (2001). Me? I’m a Writer. Muse-ings. 1:6-8. Mayer, Julia (2014). A Fleeting State of Mind.

McCormack, CC (2004). An Object-Relations Approach to the Treatment of Personality-Disordered Marriages.

In M.M. MacFarlane (Ed), Family Treatment of Personality Disorders: Advances in Clinical Practice. New York: Haworth Press.

McKamy, Elizabeth (2018). Retirement from Psychotherapy Practice: A Mutually Generative Rite of Passage. In Lord, S. (Ed.), Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis: Interaction and Change in the Therapeutic Encounter. London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis. Migdow, J. (2011). The Problem with Pleasure: Part II. The Research. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation. 12(5): 549-572.

Mills, Joy (2012). Shared Praxis Circle Process. In Lindahl, K; Hurty, K and Cheen, G, Women Spirituality and Transformative Leadership: Where Grace Meets Power. VT: Skylight Paths.

Neubauer, Ruth (2017). “Grief.” New Directions Journal. Pass, Stephanie (2014). The Mummy at the Door: Play Therapy and Surviving Loss. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 13(2): 152-163.

Pinney, William (2001). Swimming Against the Tide. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst. 31: 20-21.

Pivnick, Billie A. (2017). Transforming Collapse: Applying Clinical Psychoanalysis to the Relational Design of the National September 11 Memorial Museum. International Forum of Psychoanalysis: Violence, Terror and Terrorism Today: Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Part II. 26(4): 248-257.

Platt, Christie (2014). Book Review, Brown, L., Intersubjective Processes and the Unconscious: An Integration of Freudian, Kleinian and Bionian Perspectives. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis 74: 407-409.

Reeves, Deborah (2015). Stolen Freedom. In Nayar-Akhtar, M. (Ed.), Identities in Transition: The Growth and Development of a Multicultural Therapist. Karnac Books.

Rittenhouse, JoAn (2007). Suppose, Suppose. Edgz. 14:21.

Rizzolo, Gregory S. (2011). Rethinking Tavistock: Enactment, the Analytic Third, and the Implications for Group Relations. Psychoanalytic Psychology. 28(4)

Rosenberg, Sally (2008). On Psychoanalysis: Openness to Life, Love, Loss and Surrender. The Affiliate Council Newsletter, American Psychoanalytic Association 10(3):1.

Rubinfine, Penny (2016). In the Pursuit of Absence: Reimagining Early Loss within the Psychotherapy Relationship. Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 26(5): 549–563.

Sangster, Gina (2018). Viewpoint: Therapist in Her 60’s. “Coming Out.” Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy. 53(3): 61-63.

Sarasohn, M. Kim (2004). Balanced on the Horns of a Dilemma: Observations on Work with Chronic Depression. Clinical Social Work Journal. 32(2): 171-183.

Schmidt, Erika (2009). Child Psychoanalysis and Child Psychotherapy in Chicago, 1932 – 2008. The Annual of Psychoanalysis. 36/37: 45-61.

Shaft, Peter (2011). Finding the Pot of Gold: Using Psychotherapy to Assist the Emotional Development of a Four-Year-Old Girl Diagnosed with Asperger’s Disorder. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. 31(3).

Sherby, Linda B. (2013). Love and Loss in Life and in Treatment. NY: Routledge Press.

Singer, Elizabeth (2011). Flying Blind. Other/Wise, the online journal of the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education.

Smith, Irene Hoge (2018). The Dress. District Lines, Volume V (Spring).

Somerstein, Lynn (2010). The Great Mistake. Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Fall 259-278. (nominated for a Gradiva Award.)

Spencer, Patti S. (2015). Your Estate Matters. Bloomington, IN: Authorhouse.

Prengel, S. & Somerstein, Lynn (Eds.) (2013). Defining Moments for Therapists. LifeSherpa.

Sprengnether, Madelon (2018). Mourning Freud. New York, London, New Delhi, Oxford, Sydney: Bloomsbury.

Stein, Judith (2002). “He Survives Everything”: A Latency-Aged Child with Play Disruption in the Face of Trauma and Early Object Loss. Clinical Social Work Journal. 30(2): 145-155.

Tenbusch, Lynne. Lurking Around the Edges. Huron River Review. Thomas, Elizabeth H. (2017). Stories from the Edge: Divorce as Redemption. In Akhtar, S. (Ed.), Divorce: Emotional Impact and Therapeutic Interventions. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Turkus, Joan (2013). The Shaping and Integration of a Trauma Therapist. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation.

Volper, Hilary (2011). Notes from a Therapist’s Diary. The Sound and Town Report. September 29.

Walker, Lenore (2017). The Battered Woman Syndrome 4th Edition. New York, NY: Springer.

Wallace, E. (2007). Losing a Training Analyst for Ethical Violations: A Candidate’s Perspective. International Journal of Psychoanalysis.

Weeks, Kaja (2017). The Silver Swan and Her Stroke: First Songs as Last Songs. Ars Medica: A Journal of Medicine, The Arts, and Humanities. 11(3): 18-27.

Weinstein, Carol (2011). “Make Yourself Necessary“: A Business Biography of Marcus M. Weinstein and Weinstein Properties (1926- 2011).

Weissman, Michaele (2008) God in a Cup. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Whelan, Barbara (2010). Clare’s Story. Canadian Medical Association Journal.

Whitworth, Stephen (2006). Where Excess Begs All: Shakepeare, Freud, and the Diacritics of Melancholy. In Sharon-Zisser, S. (Ed.). Critical Essays on Shakespear’s “A Lover’s Complaint” Suffering Ecstasy. London: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. Wisdom, Joy (2011). Shared Praxis Circle Process. In Schaff, K. & Lindahl, K. (Eds.), Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership.

Wolf-Palacio, Donna (2011). What I Don’t Know. Kentucky: Finishing Line Press.