Publications

  • Forthcoming When is vicarious trauma a necessary therapeutic tool? Psychoanalytic Psychology
  • Forthcoming 2017 Voir double, être double: Desir, appartenance, reconnaissance, et évasion au cours du travail psychodynamique avec des immigrants, Le Coq-Heron
  • Forthcoming 2017 Some Dark Reality: A community develops skills to cope with shared trauma. In Psychoanalysis, Trauma and Community: History and Contemporary Reappraisals, Alpert, J. and Goren, L., eds., London and New York, Routledge, forthcoming
  • Forthcoming 2016 For the Greater Good of Psychoanalysis: Response to Canessa’s paper:  Psychoanalysis and dictatorship in Chile:  a non-existing relationship.  Psychoanalytic Dialogues, forthcoming
  • 2016 (t)rauma with a small t?  Review of Microtrauma by P. Crastnopol.  Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Vol 52, pp143-149
  • 2016 Being Double, Seeing Double: Belonging, Recognition, and Evasion in Psychodynamic work with immigrants. In: J. Beltsiou,ed, Immigration in Psychoanalysis: Locating Ourselves. New York, London, Routledge
  • 2015 Being Double, Seeing Double: Belonging, Recognition, and Evasion in Psychodynamic Work with Immigrants. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis.  Vol 75, pp 287-303
  • 2014 The Continuing and Unfinished Present: Psychoanalysis and Oral History. In Listening on the Edge: Oral History in the Aftermath of Crisis. M. Cave and S. Sloan, eds., New York: Oxford University Press
  • 2013 Reports from the Front: The Effects of Hurricane Katrina on Mental Health Professionals in New Orleans. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 23: 15-30.
  • 2013 Fearful Symmetry: Shared Trauma in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 23:31-44
  • 2013 No K and Katrina Brain: Lessons Learned from the Therapists of New Orleans about Living and Working in a Devastated Community. Division/Review, #8 pp5-6.
  • 2013 A Relational Psychoanalyst and Trauma Theorist’s Commentary on Mrs. H. in Psychotherapy in the Wake of War: Discovering Multiple Psychoanalytic Traditions, B. Huppertz, ed. Lanham, Aronson. P265-273.
  • 2012 Psychoanalytic Witnessing: Professional Obligation or Moral Imperative, Psychoanalytic Psychology, 29, 318-324
  • 2012 Plea for a Measure of Imagination: Discussion of Harvey Peskin’s paper, ‘Man is a Beast to Man.’ Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 22:206-210
  • 2012 Staying the Course: Review of Beyond the Reach of Ladders by Elizabeth Goren, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, #48:278-283
  • 2011 Arguing with Myself: Thoughts on Taking an Integrative Approach. Clinical Social Work Journal: Volume 39, Issue 2 (2011), Pp 201-204
  • 2011 Chapter 19 in After the Fall, Clark, M.M.Clark, P. Bearman, C. Ellis, S. Smith, eds., After the Fall. New York, London, The New Press
  • 2010 The Psychoanalytic Politics of Catastrophe in First Do No Harm, Harris and Botticelli, eds., The Analytic Press.
  • 2009 American Psychological Association Sees No Evil by Ghislaine Boulanger, ACLU Blog of Rights, June 16, 2009. Link to Blog Article
  • 2008 Witnesses to Reality: Working Psychodynamically with Survivors. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, #18, 638-657
  • 2008 Refusing to be considered complicit. The Psychoanalyst Activist. #14, p. 5-7.
  • 2007 Wounded By Reality: Recognizing and Treating Adult Onset Trauma. New Jersey, The Analytic Press
  • 2006 Definition of Trauma. In The Edinburgh International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis, Ed., R. Skelton. Columbia University Press, NY
  • 2005 From Voyeur to Witness: The Recovery of Symbolic Function After Massive Psychic Trauma. Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol 22 #1
  • 2004 Lot’s Wife, Cary Grant and the American Dream: Psychoanalysis with Emigrants. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 40, 3 pp 353-374
  • 2003 The Strength Found in Innocence: Resistance to Working Psychodynamically with trauma survivors. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 20, #2, pp119-136
  • 2002 Integrating a traumatic legacy: Review of A Wolf in the Attic by Sophia Richman. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, Volume XXII, 4,
  • 2002 The Survivor: An Anatomy of Life in the Death Camps by Terence Des Pres. Review article in Continuing Education Section on sectionfive.org website
  • 2002 Wounded by Reality: The Phenomenology and Treatment of Adult Onset Trauma, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 38 #1, 17-44
  • 2002 Surviving Catastrophe: Psychoanalysis with Adult Onset Trauma, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 38: 1 45-76
  • 1995 Analysts Fallible and Infallible. Readings, Vol 10, #2.
  • 1994 Psychiatry’s Stepchild. Tikkun, Volume 9, #2.
    June 1990 A State of Anarchy and A Call To Arms. The Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, Volume 20, #1
  • 1988 Working With the Entitled Patient. The Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, Volume 18, #2
  • 1986 The Vietnam Veteran Redefined: Fact and Fiction with Charles Kadushin (eds).N.J., Lawrence Erlbaum
  • 1986 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Valid Diagnosis? with Charles Kadushin, David Rindskopf, M.A.Carey in The Vietnam Veteran Redefined, op.cit.
  • 1986 Predisposition to Stress Disorders in The Vietnam Veteran Redefined, op.cit.
  • 1986 The Violent Veteran. In The Vietnam Veteran Redefined, op.cit.
  • 1985 309.81 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: An Old Problem with a New Name. In The Trauma of War: Stress and Recovery in Vietnam Veterans. Sonnenberg and Talbott, eds., Washington D.C. A.P.A.
  • 1981 Legacies of Vietnam: The Comparative Adjustment of Vietnam Veterans and Their Peers. Vol IV with C. Kadushin and J. Martin. Veterans Administration US Govt. Printing Office.

Selected Translations

  • 1971 The Life and Work of Wilhelm Reich, by Michel Cattier. The Horizon Press, N.Y.
  • 1971 The Affair of Gabrielle Russier, Introduction by Mavis Gallant, Preface by Raymond Jean. Alfred A. Knopf, N.Y.
  • 1971 The Fig Tree, a novel by Francoise Xenakis. Walker and Company, N.Y.
  • 1970 My Sister Edith Piaf, by Simone Berteaut. London; Allen
  • 1968 Negritude and Jewishness in Dominated Man, by Albert Memmi. Orion, N.Y.