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Barbre, C. (2012). Confusion of wills: Otto Rank’s contribution to understanding childism. American Journal of Psychoanalysis. (72):409-417.


Bass, A. and Moss, D. (2012). On keeping thought erotic: Some problems in contemporary theory and practice. Division Review, 6:29-33.


Brickman, C. (2018). Race in Psychoanalysis: Aboriginal Populations in the Mind.  Routledge, Relational Perspectives Book Series. 

Brickman, C. (2015). "Jungian Studies: time for some new wine in some new bottles." Pastoral Psychology. 64 (6), 883–898. 

Brickman, C. (2014).  “Shared Histories, Emerging Horizons: Reflections on David Wallin’s Attachment in Psychotherapy.” In George Stravros & Steven Sandage(ed), The Skillful Soul of the Psychotherapist: The Link Between Spirituality and Clinical Excellence. Rowland & Little, 89 – 104.

Brickman, C. (2011). Encyclopedia entry on Freud. In Mark Juergensmeyer and Wade Clark Roof (eds.),  Encyclopedia of Global Religion and Society. Sage Publications, 414- 417.

Brickman, C. (2010).“Psychoanalysis and Judaism in Context.” In Lewis Aron and Libby Henik(eds.). Answering a Question with a Question: Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Jewish Thought. Academic Studies Press, 25 -53. 

Brickman, C. (2008). “The Persistence of the Past: Framing Symbolic Loss and Religious Studies in the Context of Race” in Diane Jonte-Pace, William Parsons, Susan E. Henking (eds).  Mourning Religion: Method, Meaning, and Identity in a Post-Modern World. Virginia University Press, 44-62.

Brickman, C. (2005). “Psychoanalysis and Race Redux” in The American Psychoanalyst,  39(3).

Brickman, C. (2004).  “Split Personality:” Review of Eli Zaretsky, Secrets of the Soul: A Social and Cultural History of Psychoanalysis (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2004)in The Chicago Tribune.

Brickman, C. (2002). “Primitivity, Race and Religion in Psychoanalysis.” Journal of Religion. 82 (1), 53 -74.

Brickman, C. (2002). “Self and Other in the Self-Psychological Approach to Religion.” in Arnold Goldberg (ed.) Postmodern Self Psychology: Progress in Self Psychology, 18:207-215. 

Brickman, C. (2001). Review of James DiCenso, The Other Freud: Religion, Culture and Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 1999),  in Journal of the History of Religions, 40:4.


Burke, N, Michaels, L., and Muhr, Janice. (2021). Psychotherapy Action Network: Seeing beyond the crossroads. Psychoanalytic inquiry. 41(8):558-564.


Charles, M. (2011. Falling man: Encounters with catastrophic change. Psychoanalytic Review., 98: 425-450.

Charles, M. (2012). A life of one’s own: A review of the work of Marion Milner. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 72:287-304.

Charles, M. (2012). Mind bogging: Stories from the bog: On Madness, philosophy, and psychoanalysis (Contemporary psychoanalytic studies) by Patrick B. Kavanaugh. Division Review, 6:4-5.

Charles, M. (2013). An accident of hope: The therapy tapes of Anne Sexton, by Dan Skorczewski. Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 41:492-500.

Charles, M. (2013). Coercion in groups: Finding one’s voice; knowing one’s mind. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 33:105-115.

Charles, M. (2014). Klein and Lacan meet 21st century schizoid man: Fairy tales for the modern era. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 50:548-570.

Charles, M. (2014). Working at the edge: Meaning, identity, and idiosyncrasy. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 50:549-570.

Charles, M. (2015). Caring for the Caregivers: Building resilience. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 35:682-695.

Charles, M. (2015). Fragmenting foundations. Annual of Psychoanalysis, 38:105-118.

Charles, M. (2016). Ashes of remembrance: Reconfiguring the phoenix. Psychoanalytic Review, 103:41-67.

Charles, M. (2016). Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and his years of pilgrimage. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 33:137-152.

Gomez, K.L. and Charles, M. (2020). Mythological bridge between intergenerational transmission of unmourned loss and addiction. Psychoanalytic Review, 107:153-174.

Charles, M. (2021). Remembering Bert Karon. Division Review, 23:11-13.

Charles, M. (2021). What can a woman know? Subjectification, desire, perversion, and possibility. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 22:96-104.


Delboy, S. (2020). A country of two: Race and class in an immigrant therapeutic dyad. Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 30:90-101.

Delboy, S. and Michaels, L. (2021). Going beneath the surface: What people want from therapy. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. 41(8):603-623.


Downing, D.L., Dershowitz, A. and Higgins, B. (2012). Inclusion of psychoanalytic thought in doctoral programs of psychology: Results of a survey of APA- and CPA- accredited programs. Division Review, 5:38-41.

Downing, D.L. (2014). Book Review: The Christopher Bollas reader, by Christopher Bollas. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 31:151-156.

Johnson & Downing

Johnson, E.B. and Downing, D.L. (2014). The how-to book for students of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, by Sheldon Bach. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 31:299-292.

England, Ganzer, and Tosone

England, S., Ganzer, C. and Tosone, C. (2015). Memory’s stories and sites in Driving Miss Daisy. Storytelling, 7-25.


Ganzer, C. (2016). Becoming visible: The case of Colette. Clinical Social Work Journal, 44:334-337.

Ganzer, C. (2016). How I work, then and now: My response to the commentaries. Clinical Social Work Journal, 44:377-380.

Ganzer, C. (2018). Psychoanalytic psychotherapy at the margins: The case of Ana Ortega, a relational perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 46:18-25.

Ganzer, C. (2019). Mourning the melancholy object: Giving voice to traumatic experience. In Susan A. Lord (Ed.). Reflections on long-term relational psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. London: Routledge.


Gross, L. (2020). Reflections on a Therapeutic Milieu. Psychoanalytic Social Work. 27(2):170-176.


Hassert D. L. (2023). Self and others: Empirical and neuropsychoanalytic considerations of superego and conscience. The Psychoanalytic Review110(1), 1–22. 

Hassert, D.L. (2019). A neuropsychological analysis of self-injurious behavior. The Neuropsychotherapist, 7 (3), 29-39.

Hassert, D.L. (2019). “Why does my brain hate me?” Resistance as relearning. The Neuropsychotherapist, 7 (1), 5-13.

Hassert, D.L. (2016) The psychiatrist as sociopathic god. In J. Westfall (Ed.) Hannibal Lecter and Philosophy: The Heart of the Matter. Chicago, IL: Open Court.

Clark, K.B., & Hassert, D.L. (2013). Undecidability and opacity of metacognition in animals and humans. Frontiers in Psychology: Cognition, 4, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00171

Hassert, D.L. (2011). Between mind and brain: Final and efficient causation in relation to neuroplasticity. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry13 (3), 194-208.

CCP candidate Derrick Hassert’s “Self and Others” has been published as the lead essay in the March 2023 issue of The Psychoanalytic Review


Krohn and Ganzer

Krohn, D. and Ganzer, C. (2018). Clinicians’ reverie as privaye enactments. Clinical Social Work Journal, 46:8-17.

Krohn, D. and Ganzer, C. (2018). The therapist’s needs: Beyond mutual recognition. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 25:89-106.

Krohn, D. and Ganzer, C. (2018). The therapist’s needs: Beyond mutual recognition. Clinical Social Work Journal, 46:89-106.


Levy, A.J. (2011). Psychoanalytic approaches to play therapy. Charles A. Schaefer (Ed.). Foundations of Play Therapy. New York: Wiley.

Levy, A.J. and Frank, M.G. (2011). Clinical work with children. In Jerrold R. Brandell (Ed.). Theory and practice in clinical social work (Second Edition). Los Angeles: Sage.

Levy, A.J. (2011). Neurobiology and the therapeutic action of psychoanalytic play therapy with children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39:50-60.

Levy, A.J. (2011) Psychoanalytic psychotherapy for children with Asperger’s syndrome: Therapeutic engagement through play. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 8:72-91.

Levy, A.J. (2015). The Interpersonal tradition: The origins of psychoanalytic subjectivity. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 12:91-98.

Levy, A.J. (2016). Hiding in plain sight: The significance of recognizing what is hidden. Clinical Social Work Journal, 44:360-364.

Levy, A. J. (2018). Holding while being held: A review of the Collected Works of D.W. Winnicott, Edited by Lesley Caldwell and Helen Taylor Robinson. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 15:250-254.

Levy, A.J. and Levy, J.A. (2020). Clinical work with children. In Jerrold R. Brandell (Ed.). Theory and practice in clinical social work (Third Edition). San Diego: Cognella.

Reinhart, Barsky, Chen, Dawes, Eran, and Taksler

Chen, D.L., Levonyan, S., Reinhart, E., Taksler, G. (2019). Mandatory disclosure: Theory and evidence from industry-physician relationships. Journal of Legal Studies, 48(2):409-440.

Reinhart, E.  and Chen, D.L. (2020). Incarceration and its disseminations. Health Affairs, 39(8).

Reinhart, E. and Eran, A. (2020). The neocoloniality of who cares: US underinvestment in medical education exacerbates global inequities. British Medical Journal, 371.

Reinhart, E. and Dawes, D. (2021). Structural Medicine: towards an economy of care. The Lancet, 397:1691-1693.

Reinhart, E. and Chen, D.L. (2021). Carceral-community epidemiology, structural racism, and COVID-19 disparities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(21):

Barsky, B.A., Reinhart, E. Farmer, P. and Keshavjee, S. Vaccination plus decarceration-Stopping Covid 19 in jails and prisons. New England Journal of Medicine, 384:1583-1585.


Selinger, D. (2018).  Autism-what does gender have to do with it?  Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy 17(3): 163-177.

Selinger, D. (2018).  Playing together:  DIR and child psychodynamic therapy.  Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy 17(4): 279-294.


Shabad, P. (2011). The dignity of creating: The patient’s contribution to the ‘reachable enough’ analyst. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 21:619-629.

Shabad, P. (2016). Will you miss me when I am gone? Death and our significance to others: A discussion of ‘Frommer’s death is nothing at all. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 26:26:391-399.

Shabad, P. (2017). The vulnerability of giving: Ethics and the generosity of receiving. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 37:359-374.

Shabad, P. (2019). Who suffered more? Rivalry for the right to be loved: Discussion of ‘Who has the right to mourn?: Relational deference and rankings of grief’. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 29:507-513.

Shabad, P. (2021). Left behind and the need to belong. Psychoanalytic dialogues, 31:129-130.


Summers, F. (2021). The analyst’s vision of the patient and the dialectic of interpretation. Psychoanalytic Social Work. 28(2):134-148.

Summers, F. (2011). Doing it by art: Reply to Dobson and Reis. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. 6:327-339.

Summers, F. (2011). Kohut’s vision and the nuclear program of the self. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. 6:289-305.

Summers, F. (2011). Psychoanalysis: Romantic not wild. Psychoanalytic Psychology 128:13-32.

Summers, F. (2011). The credibility of the Ethics Committee and the change in Standard 1.02. Division Review.1:34.

Summers, F. (2012). Creating new ways of being and relating: Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 22:143-161.

Summers, F. (2012). Psychoanalysis, the tyranny of objectivism and the rebellion of the subjective. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies. 9:35-47.

Summers, F. (2012). Reflections on the roundtable discussion of the division practice survey. Division Review, 6:27-28

Summers, F. (2012). Reply to commentaries. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22:182-189.

Summers, F. (2014). Ethnic invisibility, identity, and the analytic process. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 31:410-425.

Summers, F. (2014). Response to Steven Knobloch. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 9:242-245.

Summers, F. (2014). The bonds of empathy: Beyond the selfobject concept. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 9:222-236.

Summers, F. (2015). Mended by the Muse: Creative Transformations of Trauma, by Sophia Richman. American Journal of Psychoanalysis. 75:110-112.

Summers, F. (2015). Of pajamas, tuxedos, and nighthawks: What am I doing in this dream?: Commentary on a sample dream reported by Dorothy Grunes. Annual of Psychoanalysis, 38:190-195.

Summers, F. (2015). The conflict of power in the analytic dyad. Division Review, 12:22-23.

Summers, F. (2015). To live in a dream. Annual of Psychoanalysis, 38:232-243.

Summers, F. (2015). What is psychoanalysis doing in the world of social justice? Commentary on Gobodo-Madikizela. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 63:1159-1168.

Summers, F. (2015). Working with trauma: Lessons from Bion and Lacan, by Marilyn Charles. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 32:366-370.

Summers, F. (2106). The dialectics of psychoanalytic decision-making. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 36:538-547.

Summers, F. (2016). The United States of America and the glorification of violence. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 36:488-496.

Summers, F. (2017). Counter revolution. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 14:152-160.

Summers, F. (2017). Fear and its vicissitudes. International Forum of Psychoanalysis., 26:186-192

Summers, F. (2017). Sexual relationships between patient and therapist: Boundary violation or collapse of the therapeutic space? Psychoanalytic Psychology, 34:175-181.

Summers, F. (2019). Skin in the game. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 16:38-47.

Summers, F. (2020). From resistance to analytic truth. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 30:73-83.

Summers, F. (2021). What is psychoanalysis” A brief commentary on Bornstein and Frank. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 41:315-326.

Summers, F. (2021). Frank Summers responds: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 46:995-1001.

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