Journal Articles and Book Chapters by BPSI Authors

Posted in Recent Work

Penelope Moore, LICSW (2020). Incest from a Young Age … Lasting a Lifetime. Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 48(1), 41-54. Judith L. Kantrowitz, PhD (2020). A Psychoanalytic Memoir: The Analyst Enabled and Disabled by What is Personal. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 68(1), 83–100. Cuneyt Iscan, MD (2020). Learning Along the Way: Further Reflections on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy by Patrick Casement, Routledge, Abingdon and...

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Trauma and Resilience in Holocaust Memoir

Posted in Library Corner, Recent Work

Trauma and Resilience in Holocaust Memoir: Strategies of Self-Preservation and Inter-Generational Encounter with Narrative (Rowman & Littlefield, 2020) is a new book by a BPSI Academic Partner, Shira Birnbaum, PhD. Through narrative analysis of the memoirs of six holocaust survivors from a single extended family, Trauma and Resilience in Holocaust Memoir: Strategies of Self-Preservation and Inter-Generational Encounter with...

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Dear Candidate

Posted in Library Corner, Recent Work

In this first-of-kind book, edited by a BPSI Member, Fred Busch, PhD, senior psychoanalysts from around the world offer personal reflections on their own training, what it was like to become a psychoanalyst, and what they would like most to convey to the candidate of today. With forty-two personal letters to candidates, this edited collection helps analysts in training and those recently entering the profession to reflect upon what it means to...

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Memory’s Eyes

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Memory’s Eyes: A New York Oedipus Novel is a new book by a BPSI Member, Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD. It is written for readers who enjoy playing with concepts and storylines, here namely the classical Oedipus myth, Sophocles’ three Theban plays, the psychoanalytical concept of the Oedipus complex, and its pop-cultural adaptations in cartoons and jokes. Consequently, this novel is meant to be tragic and funny, playful, but also uncomfortable....

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Toward a Theory of Child-Centered Psychodynamic Family Treatment: The Anna Ornstein Reader

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Toward a Theory of Child-Centered Psychodynamic Family Treatment: The Anna Ornstein Reader (Routledge, 2020) offers a clear introduction to Anna Ornstein’s ground-breaking work on psychoanalytic child orientated family therapy. Drawing on her writing from across her long career and including new material, the book sets out her important theoretical work on the mind, self, development, and parental influences, and the therapeutic consequences of...

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The Role of the Patient-Analyst Match in the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis

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Cover art by Jonathan Palmer, MD The Role of the Patient-Analyst Match in the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2020) is a new book by a BPSI member, Judy Kantrowitz, PhD. The volume is a compilation of her previously published papers on the patient-analyst “match” and its effect on the process and outcome of psychoanalysis. Check out this flyer for a 20% discount when you order the book from Routledge! The match...

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