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Professional Opportunity: Join a Clinical Seminar for discussion of Theory and Technique – first Tuesday of each month, 9:55AM – 10:55AM. Inquiries: Arnold D. Richards, MD, at arniedr@gmail.com.

Study Group Openings: Readings in Relational Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy

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The group is led by Susan Gill, PhD, LCSW, BCD.  Dr. Gill is a training analyst, supervisor and faculty member at the former Psychoanalytic Institute of Postgraduate Center, and at the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center. Her most recent paper, “The Therapist as Psychobiological Regulator” was published in the Clinical Social Work Journal, 2010.

Meetings are once a month in Dr. Gill’s downtown office. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, September 22nd at noon.

For further information, please contact her at 212-727-8132 or at susanbgill@gmail.com.


Susan Gill, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.
24 East 12th Street, Suite 401
New York, New York 10003
Tel. 212 727-8132
susanbgill@gmail.com

Employment – Jobs Offered

Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Clinical Program: Half-time Non-Tenure Track Faculty Position. Responsibilities include directing the externship and internship training and placement process, advising students, teaching a year-long professional seminar, representing the program, and assisting the director with administrative responsibilities related to running the program. The applicant must have experience in training and have strong interpersonal, administrative, and quantitative skills. The candidate must have a doctorate in clinical psychology and be licensed as a clinical psychologist in New York State. Salary is competitive/ 12 months with benefits.

Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology is Located on Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine Campus, New York.  The Clinical Program has been in effect since 1979 and has been an APA-accredited Doctor of Psychology program since 1984. Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology offers three APA-accredited doctoral programs: Clinical, School-Clinical-Child and Clinical Health and offers one NY State Certified Master of Arts program in counseling psychology. We welcome applications from men and women of all backgrounds. Applications from minority candidates are especially encouraged. Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer.  Applications review will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.  Please send in copies of vita, evidence of required credentials, and three letters of reference via mail to Dean Lawrence Siegel, PhD, ABPP, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Rousso Building, 1300 Morris Park Ave., Bronx NY 10461 and via email to fgspclinicalprogram@gmail.com. Both print and e-copies are required

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WANTED!

Mandarin-speaking psychoanalysts to participate in an internet-based CAPA (Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance) psychodynamic
psychotherapy teaching program, for academic year 2010-2011, for a special group of non-English speaking mental health professionals in
China. A small honorarium is available.

Please contact Dr Elise Snyder elise.snyder@yale.edu  or 212 533-0310 to discuss your interest and availability.

Employment – Jobs Wanted

Nannies and Caregivers

Housing Offered

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

I am leaving (not retiring) – and want to sell – an expanded Princeton Township home convenient to bus and shopping center, .6 mile from Princeton University.  The best aspect of this house is its separate and large private therapist office and waiting room. 

The office and waiting room with half bath and private entrance are separate from the main house, and soundproof.  There is easy parking for several cars in the spacious driveway.  The street is the first cleared in the township in bad weather.  Because I’m on the street of the police station, there is excellent protection.  The alarm system is high tech, and both FIOS and copper (works in power outage unlike FIOS) phone lines are in good working order.

Additionally, this home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, with Jacuzzi in master bedroom, beautiful fenced in yard, one car garage, hardwood floors, central air, new Trex deck,  and wonderful fireplace in living room . Additionally, there is storage space (in office, house, and large attic), central air (three zones for economy), and many technological specialty things . The house has been emptied for easy walk through and showing.  Call Roberta Parker or me to set up a showing convenient to your schedule.

You may click the link below for a photo of the office. You may also click the website, then click Property 5 of 16 followed by clicking on the photo of the house.  All specifics are there.

Please call me if you have any interest or know anyone who might!  Thanks very much,

Judy

Judith Logue, Ph.D.
159 Valley Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
609-921-0828

You may also call Dr Douglas Logue 609-921-1243, or my listing agent Roberta Parker, 609-915-0206 (Cell) or 609-924-1600 (Office) for more details and an immediate reply.

Website: www.RobertaSellsPrinceton.com
Office Photo: http://robertaparker.smugmug.com/RealEstateListings-1/159/23095727_ZqRFRX#!i=1859328306&k=4Xp3RLd&lb=1&s=A

A psychoanalyst colleague from Rome Italy, wishes to swap his lovely home located in the heart of Rome at Campo Di Fiori , for home in New York, during the week immediately following Christmas and New Year. Apartment should sleep 4, the parents and a boy and a girl ages 16 and 19.
Please contact me or Riccardo Lombardi M.D directly.
I know the home and can give information.
aliciaguttman@erols.com
dr.riccardolombardi@libero.it
Thank you
Alicia Guttman M.D
New York

Office Space – Offered

OFFICE FOR RENT on Wednesdays & Fridays

 

Fully furnished, cozy, professional, convenient, freshly painted office in a professional 3-office suite in Columbus Circle (250 West 57th @ Broadway). The office building has 24-hour security and is located near the Time Warner Center, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Central Park, and future Nordstrom flagship location, and accessible to the A/C, B/D, 1, N/R/Q, and F subway trains. The building’s lobby, elevators, and public bathrooms are all renovated and modern.
Rent: $786/month

About the office (pictures are attached):
* Room Dimensions: 9′ 5″ x 11′ 3″
* 1 window (4′ x 4′)
* Fully furnished (therapist chair, couch, rug, 2 side tables, desk w/ chair, bookcase, lamps)
* Conveniently located in the heart of Columbus Circle
* Accessible to the A/C, B/D, 1, N/R/Q, and F subway trains
* Sound-proofed office door
* HIPAA-compliant wi-fi access, large computer monitor, wireless printer, fridge, & microwave
* Daily trash and cleaning service
Another office in the suite is also available on Tuesdays.
For more information, please contact Ricardo Rieppi at 917.338.7431 or ricardo.rieppi@nyu.edu

Chelsea Office Suite

Steps to Herald Square/Penn Station 
A new suite of five windowed offices in a 24/7 doorman building, this tenth floor suite offers an ideal value and flexibility to any therapist. Partial rentals Or full-time  furnished Or unfurnished. Steps from main transportation hubs of Herald Sq And Penn Station A,C,E,1,2,3,N,Q,R,B,D,F,M And The W33rd Path Station. 
The suite has new sound proofing, keyless entry, central air & heat, weekly cleaning, wifi Etc.
The five Spaces are Rented By The Month, Hour, Part Of Day, And Day
Check out our website:                      www.psyrent.com/chelsea
interested? Email us at:                     thomas.vega@psyrent.com

Elegant, furnished office space is currently available for a mental health practitioner at 925 Park Avenue.  For more information, please contact Dr. Ahron Friedberg at 212 737 5099.

 

Colleagues:

Three large and one small office available for rent full-time in a newly
renovated psychotherapy suite on East 13th Street, convenient to Union
Square and all public transportation. All offices have windows. There is a
large waiting room, newly renovated bathroom, closet for therapists,
intercom system, and private street-level entrance to the suite. Available
immediately. Subleases are permitted with prior approval, and shares and
part-time rentals are also a possibility.

Please contact: Dr. Stefan R. Zicht via email at:  <mailto:srz2@rcn.com>
srz2@rcn.com
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The group is organized around carefully chosen readings written from a relational perspective. Texts are chosen with regard to specific clinical phenomena such as trauma and dissociation, self and mutual regulation, the importance of non-verbal communication, and other topics of current interest. The readings often serve as a springboard for discussions of participants’ own clinical cases.
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Office on East 92nd
Street off of Park Avenue.
Joy Levinson
Email: joy@drlevinson.org

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Beautiful, large (16 X 12) corner office with southern and eastern facing windows, 2 large closets, 400 SqFt. patio. In a quiet 2-office suite with shared waiting area, full kitchen, bathroom. Conveniently located doorman building on 77th St., near Lexington Avenue (steps from the #6 train).
Full-time only (no sublets). Adult practice only.
Please contact:
Margery Kalb, PsyD
212-737-3967
margerykalb@gmail.com
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E. 96th St ( 5th Ave./Madison) full-time office

Moderate-sized full-time office for psychotherapy/psychoanalysis in 3rd floor office suite of doorman building, Mount Sinai vicinity.   Has built-in bookcases, closets, and own lavatory. East 96th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues with excellent transportation access and security.
Rental: $1800, including electricity and cleaning service.   Available June 15th.

Contact Dr. Stephen Firestein at (212) 831-4554.

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Half- time furnished psychotherapy office available Mon thru Thursday after 2 PM plus all day Fri and Sat. Convenient UWS location 86th St off CPW.
Contact Herbert M Wyman MD 212-362-6792
or hmwymanmd@optonline.net

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Part-time office available, Upper West Side (NYC)

This is a sunny, quiet, spacious office with elegant furnishings, including analytic couch, available 3 afternoons/evenings starting at 4:30 (earlier on Fridays) plus a few additional hours on other 2 days if necessary.
Location is 81st St. and West End Avenue.
Please contact Lisa Deutscher, M.D. (212-501-0726 or lisadeutscher@gmail.com) for more information.

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Beautiful offices across Madison Square Park. (pictures available)

Tow offices(210 sq ft. and 200 sq.ft) for: $1,250 and $1,000

Excellent spaces for psychoanalysts and psychotherapists.

Situated in a landmark building with 24/7 attendance.

Offices are sound proof with 11 foot ceilings, oversize windows with great natural light, newly refinished floors.

Spacious and peaceful waiting area.

Minutes from Union Square. Easy access to public transportation (R,W,F).

Call Stav at: 917-545-7656 or email:stavefart@aol.com


Dvora Efrat, Ph.D.
1133 Broadway
Suite 1127
New York, NY 10010
646 610 3056
dvoraefrat@gmail.com
www.theflatirongroup.org

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Spacious, newly furnished office available for Sublet August-October with analytic couch. Excellent location 50 E 78th Street (between Park and Madison). Please email me at lorisidman@yahoo.com or call 212-794-0979 if interested.

-Lori Sidman, MD

50 E 78th Street
Suite 9D
New York, NY 10075
212-794-0979

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Psychotherapy office (7’x11’) available for rent, in Columbus Circle area, midtown Manhattan. Separate office in established suite of like professionals. Sublets allowed. First floor of art deco, 24/7 doorman Building centrally located on W. 57th Street between 8th and 9th Aves. Easily accessible via public transportation. Waiting room inside suite, daily cleaning service, microwave and refrigerator access included. $1150/month plus utilities. Contact Fred Millán, PhD, ABPP at 212-541-8869 or fredmillan@nyc.rr.com for information or appt to view.


Fred Millán, Ph.D., ABPP
333 West 57th St., Ste. 103
NY, NY 10019
212-541-8869

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$1600 per month including electricity and once weekly cleaning.   Large office in 2 office suite with Psychiatrist occupying the second space.  Currently occupied by a psychoanalyst.  5 chair waiting area and shared bathroom. Central air conditioning.   Ideal location on 74th street between 3rd and Lexington.    Felix Kleyman, MD Cell: 917-887-2028 Office: 212-472-1356

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Luxury Park Ave Office -P/T or F/T (Upper East Side)

Prestigious, private Park Ave office space, East 60’s. 24/7 concierge, fully renovated with built-in desk, shelves and bookcases, upholstered walls and wall-to-wall carpet. Quiet with private entrance on Park Ave. Separate waiting room. Short walk to trains and buses. Available for immediate rental, part or full-time.

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Full time office available after June 8th at 30th Street between first and second. Office is part of two office suite in a beautiful townhouse. +Wifi.
Rent is $1750/month. If interested call Eli Greenberg at 646 330 4991

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Two offices for rent.
At IPTAR East side Suite:  A bright office with windows can be rented FT or the day.

At IPTAR West we have a bright office with windows that can be rented FT.
Please share this information with any colleagues who might be interested.

For information or to see the office please contact:
leni winn,
IPTAR Office Administrator
psyoneff@aol.com

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Office for Rent – 90th and Lexington.
Full time only. Renovated, Attractive, Quiet 10X17 office with thru
the wall A/C in a 4 person suite shared with 3 psychoanalysts.
$1800/month.  Available June 1.
Jonah Schein
212 876 2324
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My office mate is about to list his half of our Park Avenue office  for sale with a broker.  His ground floor, lobby entrance office is large,
quiet, light, airy and serene and shares the common areas (including a kitchen) with only one other office, mine.  If you are interested,  please
call  Mrs.  Richard Kopff at 914 644-8730.
Gail S. Reed

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Full time office available in 3 office suite in great CPW doorman building. Central Park West / 91 St; 7.6×20 with window. Lovely desk/ bookcase/file furniture included if desired.  Available 6/1/2010.
7.6 x 20 ft Separate entrance to office suite – part of the Ardsley – doorman building Rent: $1600 / month
Cleaning: $70 / month Electric: approx. $50 / month To see and for more info contact:
Lynn Montz, M.D.
320 Central Park West, Suite 1E
New York, NY  10025
212-874-7312
lmontz@verizon.net

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Upper East Side – 80th & Lexington
Full-time psychotherapy office available July 1
One of three offices in suite, with shared waiting room and bath
Entrance through lobby in beautiful pre-war, doorman building Approx 9’ x 12’, bright, window to street, high ceilings, central A/C
Wireless internet access $2,500/month, including electric and weekly cleaning

Call 212-737-1950 or email kjs@boswellgroup.com

Office Space – Requested

I’m looking for a full-time psychotherapy office in the Columbus Circle area. Please get in touch with me (ricardo.rieppi@nyu.edu or 917-338-7431) if you know of anything and please forward this to any colleagues who may be interested.

Thanks in advance,
Ricardo

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Experienced, congenial therapist looking for one or two full time offices on the Upper West Side for Summer or Fall, 2012.
Please call:
Madelyn Hoffman, LCSW
917 660 4966

madelynhoffman@yahoo.com

21 West 86th Street
New York City, NY 10024

 

Therapist looking for a full time office space in Chelsea/ West Village area. Willing to sublet or take over a lease. Please contact Christina Carrad at 973 769 5215 or chcarrad@AOL.com

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Looking for an full time psychotherapy office on the Upper East Side
Please call or email

Francine Godet, Psy.D.
170 East 77th Street, Suite 2E
New York, NY 10075
Tel (212) 327-3498
Fax (212) 396-2741
francinegodet@aol.com

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Apartments for Rent

LINCOLN CENTER GEM  

Steps from Central Park, this apartment is located on the best block, in the best neighborhood in NYC. This one bedroom is in a prewar elevator building with a live-in super. This home boasts a windowed, renovated eat-in-kitchen, with stainless steel appliances. There are hardwood floors throughout the rest of the apartment, along with high beamed ceilings, great closet space, and a generous bedroom. This location cannot be beat. It is across the street from the famed “Reebok Sports Club”, “Loew’s Cineplex. The Food Emporium is around the corner as well as amazing restaurants and boutiques. Not to mention steps from Lincoln Center and the subway…truly a gem in the heart of the upper west side.

Anita Filice, VP
Halstead Property, LLC
(212) 381-2255

Other Items for Sale

Items Wanted for Purchase

Looking to purchase Paintings or drawings by Serge Pankejeff (The Wolfman)Please contact Dr. Ralph Fishkin
rfishkindo@gmail.com

Services – Editing

Editor, Developmental Editor, Writing Coach:
Clinician, teacher, and award-winning author to shape ideas for publication, whip existing manuscripts into shape, or help beginners develop reliable writing skills. Specialties: psychoanalysis and related fields, cultural and intellectual history. More information at www.eve-golden.net. Contact: mail (at) eve-golden (dot) net; 617-354-7065.

Services – Translation

Translations from German:
Broad background in the cultural and intellectual history of 19th- and 20th-century central Europe. Specialties: diaries and correspondences; old German scripts; books and papers of cultural and historical interest. Most recent published translation: Hubert Wolf. Pope and Devil. Harvard University Press, 2010. More information at www.kfkronenberg.com. Contact: kfkronenberg (at) earthlink (dot) net; 617-868-8070.

Services – Bookkeeping

Vacation Rentals

Books for Sale

You may place a credit card order via email or telephone for any of these books. Contact Tamar Schwartz (PsyPsa@aol.com – 718-728-7416)

aronharris_relational.jpgAron, Lewis & Harris, Adrienne, Editors (2005). Relational Psychoanalysis: Volume 2. Innovation and Expansion. Relational Psychoanalysis Book Series, Vol. 28. (Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 512 pp) — $48.95. “The papers published in Volume 2 reflect an important aspect of psychoanalytic evolution, and indicate some the pathways that relational authors have been pursuing. The volume attests the growth and discrimination of the relational sensibility….the collection is an important contribution to the field….it will be useful and enlightening for psychoanalysts of all persuasions, at all levels of training and expertise.” —Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association.

Bach, Sheldon (2006).Getting from Here to There: Analytic Love, Analytic Process. (The Analytic Press) — $33

Bach, Sheldon (1999). The Language of Perversion and the Language of Love. (Jason Aronson/Rowman and Littlefield ) — $34

Bach, Sheldon (1995). Narcissistic States and the Therapeutic Process. (Jason Aronson/Rowman and Littlefield) — $38

Brody, Sylvia. The Development of Anorexia Nervosa: The Hunger Artists (Revised Edition) (IUP, 300 pp, paperback) — $39.95. “…this Remarkably Fruitful work by Sylvia Brody unites the best of longterm direct child observation with the wisdom of psychoanaltic experience. The adaptive horrors of anorexia nervosa are brought to life with a richness and depth never befor available.” – Warren S. Poland, M.D.

Cohen, Fern (2007). From Both Sides of the Couch: Reflections of a Psychoanalyst, Daughter Tennis Player and Other Selves. (BookSurge Publishing) — $16.75. “After more than fifteen years of gestation, incubation, editing and who knows what else, I am very happy to announce the publication of my book, From Both Sides of the Couch … reflections of a psychoanalyst, daughter, tennis player, and other selves … A memoir intended for the general public (but not excluding professionals), the book is about the nature of our earliest relationships to shape us and the power of psychoanalysis to free us from our ghosts, in my case, my father, a legendary jurist with whom tennis became an very early link. I am hopeful (perhaps naive or possibly manic), that if the book gets enough of a readership, it will help demystify our very misunderstood, beleagured profession although my original intent so many years ago was to tell a story as best I could.”

Doidge, Norman (2007). The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science. James H. Silberman Books– $16.00. Using personal stories from the heart of this neuroplasticity revolution, BESTSELLING AUTHOR Dr. Norman Doidge explores the profound implications of the changing brain for understanding the mysteries of love, sexual attraction, taste, culture and education. “Arguably the most important breakthrough in neuroscience since scientists first sketched out the brain’s basic anatomy, this revolutionary discovery, called neuroplasticity, promises to overthrow the centuries-old notion that the brain is fixed and unchanging.” Mind-bending, miracle-making, reality-busting stuff with implications for all human beings, not to mention human culture, human learning and human history. — The New York Times.

Frankel, Steven A. Making Psychotherapy Work: Collaborating Effectively with Your Patient (IUP, 366 pp, paperback) — $47.00. “In the field of psychotherapy there is no more important question than what makes therapy work. In this important new book, Steven Frankel explores this complex issue with characteristic openness, honesty, and originality. By identifying and explicating those elements that are essential to change, Frankel accomplishes what few authors before him have been able to achieve. He provides a clear, thoughtful and practically useful answer to the question of how psychotherapy actually heals. And in doing so he provides an invaluable contribution to our field.” Theodore J. Jacobs, M.D., Author of Uses of the Self, International Universities Press.

Frattaroli, Elio (2001) Healing the Soul in the Age of the Brain: Becoming Conscious in an Unconscious World (Hardcover and Paperback,Viking Adult) — $12 soft or hardcover. “I wrote Healing the Soul in the Age of the Brain because I believe that our society is in a state of moral crisis. Our lives are so consumed by the dehumanizing forces of materialism that we have lost touch with the deeper needs and values of the soul. Culturally, we value physical appearances, material possessions, creature comforts, and addictive pleasures, as if we really believed that the one who dies with the most toys wins. We then rationalize the emptiness of these materialistic values by invoking another kind of materialism—that of modern science, which gives credence only to what can be seen and measured and believes that only the physical is real.

Gargiulo, Gerald J. (2004). Psyche, Self and Soul (London: Whurr/Wiley)–$34.00. “In this searching and gracefully written book, Gerald J. Gargiulo reclaims the soul as the proper study of psychoanalysis. It is hard to write about phenomena that defy description, but Gargiulo’s achievement is to find metaphors and allusions that illuminate the meaning of meaning. Gargiulo, whose spiritual ancestry includes a panoply of philosophers, theologians, scientists, poets and analysts, has the passionate conviction and relentless curiosity that characterize the most creative contributors to the psychoanalytic canon. Psyche, Self and Soul will be inspiring to readers inside and outside the analytic community who seek the experience of the learner, the wisdom of the seeker.”–Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D.

Gargiulo, Gerald J.  (2008). Broken Fathers/ Broken Sons  (Rodopi Publications) –$20.00. “The subtitle is A Psychoanalyst Remembers. After reading this potent,  poignant and moving, beautifully written memoir, we appreciate what the meaning is of the psychoanalytic idea of placing emphasis on remembering.   This means trying to recapture the truth of the past  experiences in their actual context, rather than act out distorted portions to preserve our own  self-justifying pictures of the past in order to vindicate our own sense of injury. What is it we must remember? The title is Broken Fathers, Broken  Sons, a picture of the familial trauma of conflict over generations. What’s presented is the pain of a particular consciousness struggling to come into being, so that we see an individualized version of the common experience of the effort to achieve the dignity of autonomous selfhood that we all can  recognize”…Dr Lee Jenkins, The Psychoanalytic Review. Oct. 2009.(Amazon, Kindle).
 

Goldberg, Arnold (February , 2007). Moral Stealth: How “Correct Behavior” Insinuates Itself into Psychotherapeutic Practice (University Of Chicago Press, Hardcover, 1st edition) — $30.00. “Arnold Goldberg is one of the most innovative and exciting contributors to psychoanalysis today. This fascinating volume examines the moral and ethical foundations of the field and, not surprisingly, Goldberg finds that many of our comfortable core assumptions-confidentiality, honesty, neutrality, appropriate superego functioning, and more-turn out to be devilishly complex when examined carefully. His meticulous and constructive explorations, sharp and witty, are in the service of understanding and enlightening our professional morality, much of which operates automatically, without scrutiny. Reading Moral Stealth will make you a more thoughtful-and better-psychoanalyst and psychotherapist.” –Arnold M. Cooper, author of The Quiet Revolution in American Psychoanalysis and past president of the American Psychoanalytic Association.

good_seduction.jpgGood, Michael I., Editor. The Seduction Theory in Its Second Century: Trauma, Fantasy, and Reality Today (IUP, 339 pp, paperback) — $39.95. “Not many books can be stamped ‘significant’ from their inception, but this one can. It has a measure of historic significance by reason of drawing together contributions from the major psychoanalytic groups operating in the United States. Moreover, it achieves a high level of conceptual and clinical significance in the scope of its subject matter and the competence of the respective contributors.” — W. W. Meissner, S.J., M.D., Training and Supervising Analyst, Psychoanalytic Institute of New England, East.

hall_deepening.jpgHall, Jane S. (1998) Deepening the Treatment — Reg Price $40 Sale Price $31.95. “Drawing on her long and thoughtful experience as a clinician supervisor, and teacher of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy, Jane Hall has produced a helpful, down-to-earth, and easily readable book of guidance for those practitioners who are less experienced and less secure. Her attitude is a model of respectfulness, empathy, patience, and benign curiosity, and she uses clinical examples to demonstrate how, from the first contact with the patient, one may continuously deepen the treatment on the way to reaching significant insights. Psychoanalytic work emerges in its true light as an individualized and collaborative search for routes toward a self-fulfilling life.” — Roy Schafer, Ph.D.

hall_roadblocks.jpg Hall, Jane S. (2004) Roadblocks on the Journey of Psychotherapy — Reg Price $45 Sale Price $35.00. “Hall has a strong, intelligent, sensible voice, and it is a voice of a veteran. The latter comes through loud and clear. Her explication of her work with (as she puts it) is “the most difficult roadblock of all…the need to hold on to internalized sadomasochistic object relationships” (p. 213) is exquisite. I have not seen elsewhere such a compelling presentation of theory (with succinct and illuminating references) and demonstrations of technique–and solid recommendations about technical approaches with specific aspects of s-m transference-countertransference–all hand-in-hand with case presentations that are written in the language of experience.” — Fred L. Griffin, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Alabama School of Medicine.

kernberg_reflection.jpgKernberg, Paulina F. (2007) Beyond the Reflection: The Role of the Mirror Paradigm in Clinical Practice — Reg Price $26 Sale Price $22.95. “A landmark book! An essential reference for all psychiatrists, pediatricians, mental health professionals, and educators who work with children.” — Cynthia R. Pfeffer, MD, Director, The Childhood Bereavement Program, Weill Cornell Medical College. “A brilliant conceptualization of the use of the mirror as an educational and therapeutic tool….Highly recommended to clinicians and educators.” — Judith Wallerstein, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer Emerita, UC Berkeley.

kramer_freud.jpgKramer, Peter D. (2006) Freud: Inventor of the Modern Mind (Harper Collins, hardcover) List Price: $21.95 Sale Price: $14.75. “Looking closely at Freud’s approach to specific patients and revisiting some of his lesser-known publications (including a vigorous campaign in support of cocaine as a mood-enhancer and anesthetic), Kramer finds in this irreverent biography a man who “displayed bad character in the service of bad science.”…Kramer’s study is a refreshing and thorough work that readers of all levels of familiarity with Freud’s work can appreciate.” — Publishers Weekly.

langs.jpgLangs, Robert (2007). Beyond Yahweh and Jesus: Bringing Death’s Wisdom to Faith, Spirituality, and Psychoanalysis (Jason Aronson) — $tba. An exceptional book about religion, its wide range of influence on human life, and its illuminating interactions with the fields of human psychology and psychoanalysis.

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Lombardo, Gregory T. (2006) Understanding the Mind of Your Bipolar Child: The Complete Guide to the Development, Treatment, and Parenting of Children with Bipolar Disorder (St. Martin’s Press) — List Price: $24.95 Sale Price: $16.40. Read review in Psychiatric Times

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Markari, George (2008).  Revolution in Mind: The Creation of Psychoanalysis.  (Harper-Collins).  –$32.50.

Prochnik, George. (2006) Putnam Camp: Sigmund Freud, James Jackson Putnam, and the Purpose of American Psychology — Reg Price $29.95 Sale Price $19.75. “This delightfully written, erudite book intertwines the lives and works of Freud and Putnam, along with cultural and intellectual movements of the time, such as Progressivism, spiritualism, transcendentalism and American Hegelianism.” — Publihers Weekly.

rangell_road.jpgRangell, Leo. (2006) The Road to Unity in Psychoanalytic Theory — Reg. Price $34.95 Sale Price $29.99. “Leo Rangell, like a good North Star, here powerfully and eloquently articulates his longstanding conviction that psychoanalysis is a unitary theory of the mind, broad and deep enough to encompass innovative findings within the mainstream.” — K. Lynne Moritz, M.D., President, American Psychoanalytic Association. “In particular, this volume should make valuable reading for beginning therapists who may be teased into selecting a narrow and partial vision as an alternative to a complex, integrated, and total vision of psychoanalysis.” — Joseph Reppen, PhD, editor, Psychoanalytic Psychology.

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Reeder, Jurgen (2004). Hate and Love in Psychoanalytical Institutions: The Dilemma of a Profession. (NY: Other Press, pp. 308) — $28.00

Renik, Owen (2006). Practical Psychoanalysis for Therapists and Patients.  (NY: Other Press Books, pp. 192)–$24.00.

Schachter, J. (2005) Ed. Transforming Lives. Analyst and Patient View the Power of Psychoanalytic Treatment. (Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson/Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 192) — $34.00. “This unique well-written and well-edited book offers an invaluable peek into the psychoanalyst’s consulting room. If you are a practicing or training psychoanalyst or a clinician who is interested in the discipline, this book has a blessed absence of jargon and a rich offering of casematerial, practical methods, and insight into process. …Fulfilling its promise to open a new vista of detailed case material, including patients writing alongside their analysts about their analyses, this book has something to teach all of us.” — Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D., Author of Subject to Change and The Resilient Spirit.

Willock, Brent (2007). Comparative-Integrative Psychoanalysis: A Relational Perspective for our Disciplines Second Century. (Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press) — $39.95.