Recognitions

RECOGNITIONS

 

Lisa Buchberg, DMH, published a review of “Oedipus in Brooklyn: Reading Freud on women, watching Lena Dunham’s Girls,” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 83:1, 2014.

Stephen Seligman, DMH, co-edited Infant and early childhood mental health: Core concepts and clinical practice. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, 2014 (Co-edited by Kristie Brandt, CNM, DNP; Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD; Stephen Seligman, DMH; and Ed Tronick, PhD). Dr. Seligman contributed a chapter: “Attachment, intersubjectivity, and mentalization within the experience of the child, the parent, and the provider.”

Mali A. Mann, MD, presented her paper “Attachment patterns and disorders in infancy and early childhood”, on February 19, for a class of Stanford Students at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science.

Mali A. Mann, MD, from North America is the discussant of her paper “Some thoughts on the topic of new family”, at the IPA’s web site. She is a contributor to an ongoing debate on “ New Family” along with two other discussants from other continents. The debate will last for a period of three months.

Robert Waska, LPCC, MFT, PhD has the following recognitions

Journal Publications
Waska, R (2013) Review of Projective Identification: The Fate of a Concept, Psychodynamic Practice, 19:3

Waska, R (2013) Working with Psychotic Process: Noticing the Counter-Transference and Transference Dynamic in Early Analytic Treatment, Fort Da, Spring Issue,1; 57-67

Waska, R (2013) Working to Understand Our Role in the Patient’s Mind: Counter-transference and the Problems of Immersion, British Journal of Psychotherapy, 29:4, 466-480

Waska, R (2014) Couples Treatment with a Kleinian Focus on Pathological Organizations and Psychic Retreats, American Journal of Psychotherapy, in press

Waska, R (2014) Object Relational Disturbances That May Underlie The Diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder in Adult, International Forum of Psychoanalysis, in press

Recommended Reading Lists
Waska, R (2007) Addictions, in The Concept of Analytic Contact: A Kleinian Approach to Reaching the Hard to Reach Patient, Chapter 8, by Robert Waska, Routledge, London

Recommended Reading List for Tavistock Institute, London, 2013 Post Graduate Diploma Third Year Class

Waska, R (2007) Addictions, in The Concept of Analytic Contact: A Kleinian Approach to Reaching the Hard to Reach Patient, Chapter 8, by Robert Waska, Routledge, London

Recommended Reading List for Tavistock Institute, London, 2014 Masters Course, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Class

Book Chapters
Waska, R (2014) Jung, Modern Kleinian Therapy, and Participation Mystique, in Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond, Edited by Mark Winborn, Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press

Waska, R (2014) Tales of Glory: The Narcissistic Ideal as Defense against Being Forgotten, in Narcissism, New York, Novo Science Publications, in press

New Books
Waska, R (2013) A Practical Casebook of Time-Limited Psychoanalytic Work: A Modern Kleinian Approach, Routledge, London

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