Member Publications

Section VIII Member Publications Bibliography*

Alperovitz, S. (2006). Learning to call the game: Some observations for the couple therapist.  The International Journal of Infant Observation, 9 (1), 65-72.

Ashman, N. (2012). Connecting the dots: The first three years of private practice. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy: Journal of the American Academy of Psychotherapists, 48(1), 50-56.

Bagnini, C. (2012). Keeping couples in treatment: Working from surface to depth. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson Publishing.

Barnett, A. J. (2012), (Ed.) The Analyst’s Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32/3 (May-June).

Baum-Baicker, C. & Sisti, D. (2012). Clinical wisdom in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy: A philosophical and qualitative analysis. The Journal of Clinical Ethics, 23 (1), 13-27.

Cohen, P. (2012). Video feedback and the impact of multiple therapists. In Beebe, B., Cohen, P., Sossin, M.  & Markese, S. (Eds.), Mothers, infants and young children of September 11, 2001: A primary prevention project, (pp. 128-140). London, England: Routledge. **

Brok, A. (2011). Working with couples from a psychodynamic perspective using cognitive maps.  In D. K. Carson & M. Casado-Kehoe (Eds.), Case studies in couples Therapy (pp. 53-64). New York, NY: Routledge.

Caplan, R. (2011).  Someone else can use this time more than me: Working with college students with impaired siblings. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 25(2), 120-131.

Carsky, M. & Yeomans, F. (2012).   Overwhelming patients and overwhelmed therapists Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 40(1), 75 – 89.

Caruso, N. (2011).  The entangled nature of attachment and sexuality in the couple relationship.  Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 1(1), 117-135.

Gerson, M.J. (2009).  The embedded self: An integrative psychodynamic and systemic perspective on couple and family therapy. New York: Routledge.

Goodman, N.R., & Meyers, M.B. (Eds.). (2012). The power of witnessing: Reflections, reverberations, and traces of the holocaust. New York: Routledge.

Goldklank, S. (2009) The Shoop Shoop Song: A guide to psychoanalytic-systemic couple therapy.  Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 45 (1), 3-25

Greenspon, T.S. (2007). Desire, vulnerability, and interweaving worlds of experience:  An intersubjective systems sensibility in couples’ therapy. Group, 31(3), 153-170.

Iasenza, S. (2010). What is queer about sex: Expanding sexual frames in theory and practice. Family Process, 49(3), 291-308.

Layton, L. (2009). Who’s responsible? Our mutual implication in each other’s suffering. Psychoanalytic Dialogues 19(2), 105-120.

Leader, J. (2007).  Ghosts of early sibling relationships in couples. In Nyberg, V. & Ludlam, M. (Eds.). Couple attachments: Theoretical and clinical studies (pp. ). London: Karnac, 79-92.

Maltas, C. P. (1998), Concurrent therapies when therapists don’t concur. Journal of Clinical Psychoanalysis, 7(3), 337-355.

Nathans, S. (2012)  Infidelity as Manic Defence.  Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 2(2).

Shimmerlik, S. M. (2008) The implicit domain in couples and couple therapy.  Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 18, 371-389.

* Section VIII Member name indicated in bold type face.

** Author contributed multiple chapters to book.