Journal Articles by BPSI Authors

Posted in History, Library Corner, Recent Work

If you would like to be featured on our blog, please email Librarian Veronica Davis at library@bpsi.org to have your works added! Fred Busch, PhD Busch, F. (2023). Review of Psychosomatics Today: 2nd Edition, by Marilia Aisenstein and Elsa Rapoport de Aisemberg (Editors). London: Routledge. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 72(1): In Press. Rodrigo Barahona, PsyaD, FIPA Barahona, R. (2023). Not-so-tristes...

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Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau: Mind in the Line of Fire

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BPSI Member Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD, recently co-edited the manuscript Mind in the Line of Fire: Psychoanalytic Voices to the Challenges of our Times. For more information or to purchase this work, please click here. About the Book Invited by the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) to participate in a worldwide short essay contest, in this book the winners, 120 authors from 34 countries, share their thoughts about the...

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Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau: Memento

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BPSI Member Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD, recently published her new manuscript Memento: A Novel in Dreams, Thoughts, and Images. For more information or to purchase this work, please click here. About the Book If Fellini met Kafka, the comical with the dark side of the absurd . . .Sine, a professor of creative writing, accompanies Sam, a neuroscientist, on a conference trip to a Hotel Castle. Sam wants to present a new device, the monitor....

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Don Lipsitt: Insights from a Sixty-Four-Year Case of Anorexia Nervosa

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BPSI Member Don Lipsitt, MD, published his new manuscript Insights from a Sixty-Four Year Case of Anorexia Nervosa this past April. For more information or to purchase this work, please click here. About the Book This volume offers rare insight into an enduring case of anorexia nervosa in a female patient and details the approaches to treatment taken by psychotherapists throughout the 64 year period 1938-2002. Through discussion and analysis of...

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Fred Busch: Psychoanalysis at the Crossroads: An International Perspective

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BPSI Member Fred Busch, PhD, is set to release his latest work on March 15th; Psychoanalysis at the Crossroads: An International Perspective. Preorders of the book can be made here. About the Book In this clear and thoughtful book, an international group of distinguished authors explore the central issues and future directions facing psychoanalytic theory and practice. The book explores four main questions in the development of psychoanalysis:...

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Andrea Celenza; Transference, Love, Being: Essential Essays From the Field

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BPSI Member Andrea Celenza’s newest manuscript Transference, Love Being: Essential Essays from the Field was released in 2022 and will be featured in BPSI’s Meet the Author event this October. Click the link here to purchase this book. Book Description Through a series of expansive essays, Transference, Love, Being explores the centrality of love in psychoanalytic practice. Starting with the immersion of the analyst, this...

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